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Space Patrol, Volume 4 - 6 hours [Audio CDs] #RA834
Space Patrol, Volume 4
 
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Space Patrol
Volume 4
 
 
“High adventure in the wild, vast reaches of space! Missions of daring in the name of interplanetary justice! Travel into the future with Buzz Corey, commander-in-chief of the Space Patrol!”
 
Space Patrol included tropes and traits borrowed from other genres, like the western or the police procedural, albeit loosely, but also it had an advantage, shared by other science fiction shows. Instead of happening just down the street in a big city or on the already well worn trails of the Wild West, Space Patrol offered a brand new world, actually an entire universe to protect and provided heroes strong enough and villains dastardly enough to entertain kids every week.
 
Set in the Thirtieth Century, Space Patrol recounted the exploits of a police organization tasked to protect the United Planets, including Venus, Jupiter, Mars, Mercury, and of course Earth. Led by Buzz Corey, a hero voiced by Ed Kemmer and definitely cast in the strong, strapping adventurous good guy mold, the Patrol also consisted of a stalwart crew. Buzz’s right-hand Cadet Happy, played by Lyn Osborn, followed his leader into battle, often signaling trouble was ahead with his catch phrase ‘Smokin’ Rockets!’ Ken Mayer played the brawn of the crew as Major ‘Robbie’ Robertson, the Patrol’s security chief, and Carol Karlyle, voiced by Virginia Hewitt, found her way into various adventures as the daughter of the Secretary General of the United Planets.
 
If evidence were needed of just how successful the Space Patrol proved in its duties, the show provided it in Tonga, a villainous character portrayed by Nina Bara. Originally evil and greedy, Tonga proved so popular with listeners that she eventually reformed and became a near member of the Space Patrol, fighting on the side of right until the show’s end.
 
Save the universe with Buzz Corey and his valiant crew in twelve episodes of science fiction action and adventure on Space Patrol Volume 4, restored to sparkling audio quality by Radio Archives!
 
Under the Sea of Planet X
Saturday, November 14, 1953 - 30:00 - ABC, sponsored by Ralston Cereals
 
The Sea Monster of Planet X
Saturday, November 21, 1953 - 30:00 - ABC, sponsored by Ralston Cereals
 
The Revolt of The Space Rats
Saturday, November 28, 1953 - 30:00 - ABC, sponsored by Ralston Cereals
 
Bacaratti's Secret Weapon
Saturday, December 5, 1953 - 30:00 - ABC, sponsored by Ralston Cereals
 
The Lost Condor
Saturday, December 12, 1953 - 30:00 - ABC, sponsored by Ralston Cereals
 
The Venus Dulanium Mystery
Saturday, December 19, 1953 - 30:00 - ABC, sponsored by Ralston Cereals
 
The Lost Dimension
Saturday, December 26, 1953 - 30:00 - ABC, sponsored by Ralston Cereals
 
The Wistful Wizard of Neptune's Moon
Saturday, January 2, 1954 - 30:00 - ABC, sponsored by Ralston Cereals
 
In the Claw of Venus
Saturday, January 9, 1954 - 30:00 - ABC, sponsored by Ralston Cereals
 
The Martian Masquerade
Saturday, January 23, 1954 - 30:00 - ABC, sponsored by Ralston Cereals
 
The Treasure of Mount Rollcab
Saturday, January 30, 1954 - 30:00 - ABC, sponsored by Ralston Cereals
 
The Revenge of Dr Yeager
Saturday, February 13, 1954 - 30:00 - ABC, sponsored by Ralston Cereals
 

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