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Lux Radio Theater 50-12-25 (726) The Wizard of Oz (HQ)

In 1938, Judy Garland was cast in the main role as Dorothy Gale in The Wizard of Oz (1939), a film based on the children's book by L. Frank Baum. This is a high quality recording from Lux Radio Theater with Judy Garland reprising her role as Dorothy.

Lux Radio Theater 50-12-25 (726) The Wizard of Oz (HQ).mp3

Judy Garland (part 2)

Judy Garland (part 2).mp4

Judy Garland (part 1)

Judy Garland (born Frances Ethel Gumm; June 10, 1922 – June 22, 1969) was an American singer, actress, and vaudevillian. She was renowned for her vocals and attained international stardom which continued throughout a career that spanned more than 40 years as an actress in musical and dramatic roles, as a recording artist, radio performances and on concert stages.

Judy Garland (part 1).mp4

Jack Benny s09e06 Jack Goes to the Doctor

Oscar Levant suspects Jack is suffering from a nervous breakdown, so he takes him to see his doctor.

Jack Benny s09e06 Jack Goes to the Doctor.mp4

Lux Radio Theater 37-02-15 (120) Brewster's Millions.mp3

Jack Benny Program 47-01-05 (603) Guests - Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall.mp3

Jack Benny

Jack Benny (born Benjamin Kubelsky; February 14, 1894 – December 26, 1974) was an American comedian, vaudevillian, radio, television, and film actor, and violinist. Recognized as a leading American entertainer of the 20th century, Benny portrayed his character as a miser, playing his violin badly. In character, he would be 39 years of age, regardless of his actual age.

Jack Benny.mp4

Adventures of Babe Ruth 16 Superstition.mp3

Adventures of Babe Ruth 15 Rocky Far, Instigator.mp3

Adventures of Babe Ruth 14 A Practical Joke on Don Brush.mp3

Adventures of Babe Ruth 13 Feud with Tim Daily, Ump.mp3

Babe Ruth

George Herman "Babe" Ruth, Jr. (February 6, 1895 – August 16, 1948) was an American baseball player whose Major League career spanned 22 seasons, from 1914 through 1935. Nicknamed "The Bambino" and "The Sultan of Swat", he began his MLB career as a stellar left-handed pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, but achieved his greatest fame as a slugging outfielder for the New York Yankees.

Babe Ruth.mp4

Lux Radio Theater 51-03-12 (737) She Wore a Yellow Ribbon.mp3

Father Knows Best S01E19 Father Of The Year


Dark Fantasy 41-11-14 (01) The Man Who Came Back


The Beatles In America - 1964 (Part 2)

The Beatles In America - 1964 (Part 2).mp3

The Beatles In America - 1964 (Part 1)

A lively two-hour montage of rare archival audio, concert recordings, and new interviews on The Beatles' first U.S. grand tour.
The Beatles In America - 1964 (Part 1).mp3

Elvis Presley Young Man With The Big Beat

1956 was the year Elvis Presley became a household name.  The national spotlight turned on the 21 year old singer, and his life changed forever.  Elvis had a new record deal, his first movie deal and a brand new manager named Colonel Tom Parker.

In this one-hour radio special you'll hear about what happened that year from Elvis and the Colonel, plus band members, friends and historians.

Elvis Presley Young Man With The Big Beat.mp3

Pursuit 50-04-11 (23) Pursuit - And The Man Who Confessed.mp3

Pursuit 50-02-07 (16) The Pursuit on Lundy Island.mp3

Pursuit 50-01-06 (11) The Tall Man.mp3

Pursuit 49-11-10 (03) Three for All

PURSUIT (CBS 1949 - 1952) was a detective series that presented the cases of the fictional Scotland Yard Inspector Peter Black. (The leading character was called Inspector Harvey in the audition show and the first episode.) The Inspector was a dedicated policeman, a man hunter, who once on the case, would not rest until the wrongdoer was brought to justice. Black was assisted in cases by Sgt. Moffet.

The series was unusual in that it featured dual narration. Starting in the Spring of 1950, Bill Johnstone provided the opening and closing narrations and sometimes, bridges between commercials. Inspector Black furnished the change of scenes and overall case narrations.

Standard Opening: Spoken by the Narrator:

"PURSUIT. "A criminal strikes and fades quickly back into
the shadow of his own dark world. . . and then, the man
from Scotland Yard, the famous Inspector Peter Black, and
the relentless, dangerous pursuit. . When man hunts man!"

Pursuit 49-11-10 (03) Three for All.mp3

Agatha Christie - The Body in the Library

Dolly Bantry, mistress of Gossington Hall, is enjoying a doze when her dreams take a strange turn. The housemaid Mary is telling her that there is a body in the library. When she awakes, she finds its true. But who is the strange blonde lady dressed in an evening gown who is lying strangled on the library hearth rug?

Agatha Christie - The Body in the Library.mp4
Agatha Christie - The Body in the Library.mp3


Agatha Christie's Marple

Dolly Bantry calls upon her old friend Miss Marple when the strangled corpse of an unknown blonde girl is found in the library of her home, Gossington Hall.
Agatha Christie's Marple 1x01.mp4

Gunsmoke 2x10 Greater Love

Killer Jed Butler takes Doctor Adams hostage to help his dying partner, and learns the true meaning of love for a friend, when Matt risks his life to rescue the good doctor.
Gunsmoke 2x10 Greater Love.mp4

Gunsmoke 2x09 The Mistake

When a man suspected of murder can't establish his alibi, Matt arrests the man. After the prisoner draws a gun on Chester and escapes, evidence suggests he might not be guilty.
Gunsmoke 2x09 The Mistake.mp4

Gunsmoke 2x08 Legal Revenge

Doc comes upon a new homesteader confined to bed with a badly infected leg and a gun under the bedclothes for protection against his wife.
Gunsmoke 2x08 Legal Revenge.mp4

Elvis - The Early Years

Elvis grows from his childhood in Tupelo and Memphis to become, at various times, the King of Rock & Roll, a threat to America's moral fiber, an honorable soldier serving his country, and one of Hollywood's biggest film stars. Close friends (Jerry Schilling, Patty Parry) and historians (Pete Guralnick, Ernst Jorgensen) detail his earliest influences, struggles and successes on his path to stardom alongside Elvis' own words and some of his best known recordings.

Elvis - The Early Years.mp3

Wyatt Earp by Dan Gordon 4 of 4

Dan Gordon, a Hollywood screen-writer, wrote and novelized the script for Kasdan's film Wyatt Earp. He also wrote this audio adaptation, which follows the film, chronicling such well-known events as the shoot-out at the O.K. Corral.

Wyatt Earp by Dan Gordon 3 of 4

Wyatt Earp by Dan Gordon 2 of 4

Wyatt Earp by Dan Gordon 1 of 4

Screen Director's Playhouse 51-09-07 (119) Broken Arrow

Broken Arrow from Screen Director's Playhouse aired September 7, 1951. Starring in their original roles is James Stewart as Tom Jeffords, Jeff Chandler as Cochise and Debra Paget as Sonseeahray (Morningstar). Broken Arrow is the story of a land, of the people who lived on it in the year 1870, and of a man whose name was Cochise. He was an Indian leader of the Chiricahua Apache tribe. The performances of James Stewart, Jeff Chandler and Debra Paget are outstanding and Broken Arrow is one of the first westerns to portray Native Americans in a balanced, sympathetic way. It was nominated for three Academy Awards, and won a Golden Globe. Interesting is that the world premier was at the Nusho Theater in downtown Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

Screen Director's Playhouse 51-09-07 (119) Broken Arrow.mp3