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5 of 5 Excellent September 26, 2022
Reviewer: Stephen K Lau from Atlanta, GA United States  
Great excellent quality

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5 of 5 June 25, 2022
Reviewer: Paul DePastine from Smithfield, RI United States  


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5 of 5 June 23, 2022
Reviewer: James Mote from Woodbury, TN United States  


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5 of 5 Radio Shows from the past...... May 28, 2022
Reviewer: Richard McLeod from RIVERSIDE, CA United States  
This entire set of 8 Volumes presents an overview of the great radio shows from the Golden Age of Radio not often heard, but are a compilation consisting of rare radio broadcasts from the past, some going back to the early 1930's.  Very enjoyable and each program is restored to its' original audio and tonal quality, probably better than when originally broadcast.  I know a better sound quality cannot be found.  Rare shows such as Chester Morris as the original Boston Blackie, the Pineapple Picador, to The Seal of the Don and many others can be found in this varied and unique collection never before released to my knowledge. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED  for fans desiring to hear rarely heard shows from the Golden Age of Radio.

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5 of 5 Another Excellent Remaster June 6, 2020
Reviewer: Mike from Germany  
I see you added some well thought out milestones in this collection including the "The Nineteenth Pearl" the very first episode of The Fat Man. Also it was interesting to hear the special radio announcement that interrupted the Arch Oboler WW II military themed play "Parade" of August 8, 1945, and which informed listeners that the second atomic bomb had been dropped on Japan.

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5 of 5 May 27, 2019
Reviewer: Scott Galley from Toronto, ON Canada  


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