Old time radio's greatest westerns. Collection 2 : 12 half-hour original radio broadcasts / published by Black Eye Entertainment.
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Summary:The golden age of radio had incredible western shows that kept Americans glued to their radio sets. Families gathered around their living room radios to hear western heroes catch the bad-guys and save ladies in distress.
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|Baker County Library||791.447 .O445w V.2 (Text)||37814003347474||AUDIO - NEW||Audiobook CD||System_Only_3months||05/03/2021||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781721362516
- Physical Description: 6 audiodiscs (6 hr. 19 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- Edition: Unabridged.
- Publisher: Grand Haven, Michigan : Brilliance Audio, 
- Copyright: ℗©2018
"Full cast audio drama" --Spine.
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Red Ryder "$40,000 in gold is stolen on Ghost Mountain" 12-28-46 / with Brooke Temple -- Gunsmoke "Chester's murder" 1-15-55 / with William Conrad and Parley Baer -- The Cisco Kid "The black kerchief" 10-5-54 / with Jack Mather & Harry Lang -- Tales of the Texas Rangers "The white suit" 11-5-50 / with Joel McCrea -- Wild Bill Hickok "Warpath or peace" 8-19-51 / with Guy Madison & Andy Devine -- Straight arrow "The wasteland" 1-4-51 / with Howard Culver -- Escape "Wild Jack Rhett" 12-17-50 / with John Dehner & Parley Baer -- Doctor Six-Gun "Sing for a drink cowboy" 12-12-54 / with Karl Weber -- The Lux Radio Theatre "She wore a yellow ribbon" 3-12-51 / with John Wayne & Mel Ferrer -- The Tom Mix Ralston Straightshooters "The mystery of the black cat" 12-1-41 / with Curley Bradley -- The Lux Radio Theatre "Winchester '73" 11-12-51 / with Jimmy Stewart & William Conrad -- The Tom Mix Ralston Straightshooters "The mystery of the flying city" 8-14-46 / with Curley Bradley.
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Starring: Jimmy Stewart, John Wayne, Joel McCrea, William Conrad, John Dehner, Guy Madison, Andy Devine, Mel Ferrer.
The golden age of radio had incredible western shows that kept Americans glued to their radio sets. Families gathered around their living room radios to hear western heroes catch the bad-guys and save ladies in distress.
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