Brando Classic Old Time Radio Podcast
Summary: We feature classic old time radio shows in all genres. Check out a new Episode each week.
Welcome to the Friday 4 pack for Friday, July 31, 2015. This Week’s winner is Mayor of the Town. Hope you enjoy the show. Mayor of the Town was a old time radio comedy drama starring Lionel Barrymore and Agnes Moorehead which aired on NBC CBS and ABC from 1942 – 1949 ans was written by Jean Holloway, Leonard St. Clair, Howard Blake, Howard Breslin, Charles Tazwell, and Erna Lazarus. Mayor of the Town was directed by Jack Van Nostrand and produced by Murray Bolan. The show dealt with some pretty serious subject matter and Was very well written, acted, And directed. I think you’ll really enjoy the show.
Bold Venture was an amazing old time radio program featuring Slate Shannon, a Cuban hotel owner who shelters treasure hunters, revolutionaries and other shady characters. His trusty sidekick is Sailor Duval. Together they will get tangled up with modern-day pirates and other exciting situations while navigating the waters around Havana. The Bold Venture is the name of the boat they sail on. There is plenty of adventure, intrigue, mystery and romance in the sultry settings of tropical Havana and the mysterious islands of the Caribbean. Bold Venture is this week’s Friday 4 pack winner. The show stars Humphrey Bogart as Slate Shannon and Lauren Bacall as Sailor Duval.
Case Dismissed was a short lived old time radio program that ran on NBC in 1954. It was created to show just how fragile our Freedom and Liberties are and how important the US justice system is in protecting them.
My Friend Irma was an old time radio comedy staring Cathy Lewis—and Joan Banks as Jane Stacy and her Scatterbrained Stenographer, Irma Peterson, played by Marie Wilson. Irma’s Boyfriend, Al, Played by John Brown, has more get rich quick schemes than Don Lapre. He also refers to Irma by the pet name, Chicken. The Radio Series ran from 1947-1954. There were also 2 feature films, My Friend Irma, in 1949 which also featured Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin, and My friend Irma Goes West in 1950.
This weeks winner is Crime Club. The 4 episodes we have chosen are “Death Blew out the Match”, “Mr. Smith’s Hat”, “Death is a Knockout”, and “Fear Came First”. We sure hope you enjoy these shows and we encourage you to vote for next weeks 4 pack!!
Inner Sanctum was a popular old-time radio program that aired from January 7, 1941 to October 5, 1952 and was created by Himan Brown. 526 episodes were broadcast and this week you will here 4 of them. They are The Man Who Couldn’t Die,The Wailing Wall,The Dark Chamber,and The Undead
Bob Hope a man who Appeared in over 70 films, hosted the academy awards 14 times Made 57 tours with the USO entertaining the U.S. Armed forces was also a Sports enthusiast who enjoyed playing golf and Boxing and was also a partial owner of the Cleveland Indians.Today You'll hear 4 classic Bob Hope broadcasts featuring Al Jolson, Robert Young, Jack Benny and Fred Allen
This week’s winner is Candy Matson. Candy Matson ran for nearly 2 years Between 1949 and 1951. The Show was created by Monty Masters who originally was going to star as the Lead Private investigator, but was convinced by his mother-in-law to make the lead female, so Monty employed his wife, Natalie Parks, to take on the lead as Candy Matson. This was a huge breakthrough for the time for female radio actresses. I hope you enjoy these 4 episodes and please be sure to vote in next week’s 4 pack poll. Enjoy and have a great Weekend
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There he goes, into that drugstore.He’s stepping on the scales.Weight: 239 pounds.Fortune: Danger.Who is it? The Fat Man. Hello and welcome to the Friday four pack for Friday, May 15, 2015. Today we will feature for you 4 episodes of the fat man This is a show best known for It’s great plots, Fantastic acting, and a few great plot twist thrown in as well. We hope you enjoy The Fat Man And be sure to vote at http://brandoclassicotr.com for next week’s 4 pack on Friday, May 22.
Welcome to the Friday 4 pack for Friday, May 8, 2015. This weeks winner is Groucho Marx And You Bet Your Life We hope you enjoy the four episodes that we picked out for you today. Be sure to vote For the 4 pack For May 15. We get also sure use your support to help keep the station up and running. You can send us a donation By Clicking the donate button in the toolbar or by becoming a monthly, yearly, Or lifetime subscriber By going to http://brandoclassicotr.com/subscribe Or if you want to own 36,000 old-time radio shows on an affordable Toshiba 1 TB Hard drive you can do so by going to the http://brandoclassicotr.com/1tb And pick one up for only $139!! Thank You for your support and enjoy Groucho Marx and You Bet Your Life
Hello and welcome to podcast 43 from Brando classic old-time radio. Today we feature a short 15 minute episode From a show that started back in 1935, but first appeared as a comic strip in the NewsPapers back and 1920's. It's called Strange as it Seems. Gayne Whitman was the host of Today's episode and it will tell the story of how Pennsylvania got its name. We want to Encourage you to vote for the Friday 4 pack at http://www.brandoclassicotr.com to Contribute to our website And Vote on your favorite show to hear. Last week's winner was and So far this week, as of this recording, Is in the lead. So, if you don't want to hear you better go to http://brandoclassicotr.com And vote for something else Today!!.We also encourage anyone who has not purchased our 1 TB Toshiba Portable USB hard drive with over 36,000 time radio shows to pick it up today for only $139. Fully portable, Windows and Mac compatible, And like I said, it currently features over 36,000 old time radio program so check that out at http://brandoclassicotr.com/1tb
Today is April 15, 2015 you know that means. Yep, it's Jackie Robinson day. Today all Major League baseball players will be wearing number 42. But that's not what I want to talk about. Today is also the most dreaded day of the year for most people, It's tax day. And today we have a very special show for you. It's the Honest Harold show Starring Harold Perry. Harold Perry made famous the character of the great Gildersleeve on the Fibber McGee and Molly show Which later spun off into his own show called the Great Gildersleeve. Then he becaeme Honest Harold, the happy home maker. In today's episode he will be struggling to get his taxes done. To help celebrate this wonderful day of the year called tax day We are going to allow you to purchase the 1 TB Portable USB hard drive Preloaded with over 36,000 old-time radio programs For only $99. This price will only be good today and tomorrow, the 15th and 16th of April 2015.
Welcome to the Friday 4 Pack for April 10th 2015. The winner this week is Benjamin Kubelsky a.k.a. Jack Benny. The four episodes we're going to play for you Aired In the year 1950 Between February and October. In these 4 episodes, you're gonna hear Jack try to raise money for the heart fund, Jack's gonna get a haircut, you will find out how Jack met his cast, and Jack's going to listen to the World Series and the Dempsey Tunney fight. We sure hope you enjoy these four episodes of the Jack Benny show. Thank you once again for listening to Brando classic old time radio And be sure to vote for next week's 4 pack.
Hello and welcome to podcast number 40 for Brendo Classic Old time Radio. It is a little different this week as we go from the horror and suspense stuff to something a bit more fun. How about a game show!! If at first you don't succeed, there's always a Second Chance. Today's podcast will be Second Chance hosted by Johnny Olsen. The show Often times is very funny with a few surprises thrown in. The show aired during the mid 50s and not very many episodes are available. The one that we will play for you today aired on August 3, 1955 and is called, Mr. Marx. We hope you enjoy this episode of Second Chance.