Have Gun Will Travel s01e02 The Outlaw.mp4
The podcast is comprised mostly from selected old time radio shows that are the highest quality I can find and the favorite episodes of many old time radio fans; plus some old Classic TV, history, or anything of a nostalgic nature from time to time. Enjoy!
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Have Gun Will Travel s01e01 Three Bells to Perdido.mp4
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SNT 75-05-31 Dick Francis - Blood Sport.mp3
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SNT 74-06-07 James Follett - The Light of a Thousand Suns.mp3
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Mohr was born in New York City, the son of Henrietta (née Neustadt), a singer, and Sigmond Mohr. He was educated in Dwight Preparatory School in New York City, where he learned to speak fluent French and German and also learned to ride horses and play the piano. At Columbia University, where he was on a course to become a doctor, Mohr was struck with appendicitis and was recovering in a hospital when another patient, a radio broadcaster, realised Mohr's pleasant baritone voice would be ideal for radio. Mohr was hired by the radio station and became a junior reporter. In the mid-1930s, Orson Welles invited him to join his formative Mercury Theatre. During his time with Welles, Mohr gained theatrical experience on Broadway in The Petrified Forest and starred in Jean Christophe.
Mohr made more than five hundred appearances in radio roles throughout the 1930s, 1940s and early 1950s. He starred as Raymond Chandler's hardboiled detective, Philip Marlowe, 1948–1951, in 119 half-hour radio plays. He also starred in The Adventures of Bill Lance, was one of the actors who portrayed Archie Goodwin in Nero Wolfe, frequently starred in The Whistler and acted in different roles in multiple episodes of Damon Runyon Theater and Frontier Town. Other radio appearances include Our Miss Brooks, The Shadow of Fu Manchu, Box 13, Escape and Lux Radio Theater.
WRVO Playhouse - Gerald Mohr I.mp3
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She is chiefly known for her role as Endora on the television series Bewitched.
While rarely playing leads in films, Moorehead's skill at character development and range earned her one Primetime Emmy Award and two Golden Globe awards in addition to four Academy Award and six Emmy Award nominations. Moorehead's transition to television won acclaim for drama and comedy. She could play many different types, but often portrayed haughty, arrogant characters.
During the 1940s and 1950s, Moorehead was one of the most in demand actresses for Suspense. During the 946 episodes run of Suspense, Moorehead was cast in more episodes than any other actor or actress. She was often introduced on the show as the "first lady of Suspense". Moorehead's most successful appearance on Suspense was in the legendary play Sorry, Wrong Number, written by Lucille Fletcher, broadcast on May 18, 1943. Moorehead played a selfish, neurotic woman who overhears a murder being plotted via crossed phone wires and eventually realizes she is the intended victim. She recreated the performance six times for Suspense and several times on other radio shows, always using her original, dog-eared script. In 1952, she recorded an album of the drama, and performed scenes from the story in her one-woman show in the 1950s. Barbara Stanwyck had played the role in the 1948 film version.
radio dramas, especially on the CBS show
WRVO Playhouse - Agnes Moorehead.mp3
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Sherlock Holmes - Silver Blaze read by David Timson.mp3
"Destry Rides Again" from the series Lux Radio Theater, November 5, 1945, stars Jimmy Stewart and Joan Blondell. It is about how a corrupt and violent town can be cleaned up without relying entirely on physical force. Tom Destry, son of a legendary frontier peacekeeper, doesn't believe in gunplay. Thus he becomes the object of widespread ridicule when he rides into the wide-open town of Bottleneck.
TPW 010 Lux Radio Theater 451105 Destry Rides Again
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Dragnet 50-10-19 (071) The Big Grandma (HQ).mp3
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