Frank Proctor selects, and then describes some of the greatest shows from the golden age of radio the 1930s and 1940s like The Shadow and Fibber McGee & Molly. A half-hour of drama, mystery or suspense is followed by a half-hour of comedy.
Crime Wave & The Man in the Fur Cap
Crime Wave followed by The Man in the Fur Cap.
Dennis Sells Insurance & Homicide
Dennis Sells Insurance followed by Homicide.
The Dress Code Protest & Overture in Two Keys
The Dress Code Protest followed by Overture in Two Keys.
The House is Sold and The Manor House Case
The House is Sold followed by The Manor House Case.
At The Beach & The Dog Bed Caper
At the Beach followed by The Dog Bed Caper.
The Corpse Said Ouch & Special Guest Tony Curtis
The Corpse Said Ouch followed by Special Guest Tony Curtis.
I love these golden age stories
I like them the original radio shows interesting to listen to