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"All of us have schnozzles . . . if not in our faces, then in our character, minds or habits. When we admit our schnozzles, instead of defending them, we begin to laugh, and the world laughs with us." He butchered the English language. He sang as if he gargled with gravel. He dropped pearls of wisdom disguised as one-liners. And he had a nose that got everywhere ten minutes before he did. All of this and a genuine love for his craft and the people who enjoyed it made Jimmy Durante a...
Topic: The Jimmy Durante Show
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ABC Mystery Time came on the air late enough in the Golden Age of Radio that all of the episodes should have survived. This is doubly sad because it was such a terrific program. The network and its affiliates tinkered with the title of the program at times, calling it Masters Of Mystery, Mystery Time Classics, and just plain old Mystery Time. The official name of the program, hosted by Don Dowd, was always ABC Mystery Time. The program did have enough to attract some serious star power,...
Topic: ABC Mystery Time
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The Hermit's Cave was a syndicated radio horror series which aired from 1930 to 1944. The show was originally broadcast from WJR AM in Detroit, Michigan, but later moved to KMPC AM in Los Angeles, California, with William Conrad as producer. Over 800 episodes were produced but less than 40 are currently available. Show sponsors included the Carter Coal Company which advertised its home-heating coal product, Olga Coal, and the Simoniz Company which promoted its various automotive care products...
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Topic: The Hermit's Cave
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Kraft Music Hall was created to promote a new product in the Kraft family, Miracle Whip. Miracle Whip caught on like wildfire, making it a household name in a short period of time, thanks to the folks at Kraft Music Hall . Kraft Music Hall went through several different periods with different popular hosts: Whiteman hosted the show from 1933 to 1935. He was a character, billing himself as "The King of Jazz, although he didn't really play jazz per se. However, he did play with some of the...
Topic: Kraft Music Hall
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Arguably the most iconic old radio show of all time, The Adventures of Superman is one of the longest running programs in the history of American radio. This series spanned over 11 years from the time it was first syndicated as a radio show at WOR station in New York on February 12, 1940. Adapted from a DC comic book series created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, Superman later became one of the most popular action hero’sof the century. Although it was originally positioned as a radio...
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Topics: The Adventures of Superman, Superman