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Post by lasombra on 11/18/2018, 2:17 pm

Here are the last two you requested, Buck Benny.

Kraft Music Hall 12-23-48
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Kraft Music Hall 12-30-48
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Post by Geezer on 11/20/2018, 10:01 am

I'm looking for complete episodes of Old Gold Time. There were 39 programs starting 1947-09-24 and ending 1948-06-18. Confusing things a little, the show was also referred to as Frank Morgan Show, Don Ameche Show, The Bickersons (usually show up as just fragments), or Old Gold Show.

The only complete (or near complete) shows I have are:
480109 (16) Frank discusses architecture with Richard Neutra
480305 (24) Jimmy Durante SUbs for Frank AFRS #108
480423 (30) Frank vs the Process Server
480507 (33) Bickersons cat is about to have kittens
480528 (35) Frank the Auto Racer

Even these aren't in very good shape.

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Post by kschriever on 11/20/2018, 10:22 am

Jeez, Geez... I had determined long ago that only if I am permitted to make it to 90 years of age with full control of my faculties and a persisting passion for OTR would I consider making a run at organizing all things involving the Bickersons (and Baby Snooks, for that matter). Impressed to see that you are made of sterner stuff.

My disorganized mess along these lines appears to be entirely under a "The Bickersons" banner. I have two files for you that I think fit the bill, although they're unchecked:

November 19, 1947
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May 14, 1948
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(lousy sound...sorry!)

As for me, I am missing the 480109 and 480305 shows you seem to have... would you mind posting those? I'll be glad to stumble across them again in 2048!
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Post by BobbyP on 11/20/2018, 1:20 pm

Here are a few episodes, or partial episodes.

December 24, 1947, Christmas Eve at the Bickersons'

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February 13, 1948, The Accident Insurance Policy

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April 16, 1948, Vacation Trailer

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April 30, 1948, Streetcar Conductor

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June 11, 1948, Income Tax Refund

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Post by BobbyP on 11/20/2018, 1:26 pm

kschriever wrote:Jeez, Geez... I had determined long ago that only if I am permitted to make it to 90 years of age with full control of my faculties and a persisting passion for OTR would I consider making a run at organizing all things involving the Bickersons (and Baby Snooks, for that matter).  Impressed to see that you are made of sterner stuff.

My disorganized mess along these lines appears to be entirely under a "The Bickersons" banner.  I have two files for you that I think fit the bill, although they're unchecked:

November 19, 1947
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May 14, 1948
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(lousy sound...sorry!)

As for me, I am missing the 480109 and 480305 shows you seem to have... would you mind posting those?  I'll be glad to stumble across them again in 2048!

I think the May 14, 1948, episode you posted is actually from May 7, 1948. Episode #33.
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Post by Geezer on 11/20/2018, 4:22 pm

Thanks guys! I'll go through these. At first glance some appear to be the Bickerson half of the show (most of the ones I've found so far are partials) The Frank Morgan parts were edited out. Unfortunately he was at the beginning of the show where they always mentioned the episode number.

Kurt, if it helps any, know that I am frequently reduced to tears as I plod through the Snooks/Morgan and Bickersons/ Morgan shows. Frank's segments are usually missing. The Bickersons reuse a LOT of gags and titles often refer to a joke or two and aren't necessarily part of the plot....if indeed there is a plot...sheeesh!

I think I might start a thread for this series including what I've pieced together for a program log. I'm sure it will either be ripped to shreds (it can't hurt me more than it already has) or be a useful tool for some brave soul of the future
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Post by Buck Benny on 11/21/2018, 7:31 pm

lasombra wrote:Here are the last two you requested, Buck Benny.

Kraft Music Hall 12-23-48
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Kraft Music Hall 12-30-48
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You are completely awesome! Thank you for embracing the Thanksgiving season and being so giving to me! Very Happy

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Post by Buck Benny on 11/21/2018, 7:34 pm

i'm looking for a few things:

Any Elgin Thanksgiving specials.

and the following two Hardy Family shows:

1949-12-27 The Hardys' 25th Anniversary

1950-01-17 The Princeton Graduate

Any help on any of these would be very appreciated!

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Post by BobbyP on 11/23/2018, 10:20 pm

Buck Benny wrote:i'm looking for a few things:

Any Elgin Thanksgiving specials.

and the following two Hardy Family shows:

1949-12-27 The Hardys' 25th Anniversary

1950-01-17 The Princeton Graduate

Any help on any of these would be very appreciated!

Here's the 1947 Thanksgiving special.

The first tune is "It's a Grand Night for Singing." Jimmy Durante and Garry Moore perform together for the first time "since getting shows of their own." "News Scoops From Hollywood," Candy Candido appears as "Mr. Ripple." Fifteen year old Mary Jane Smith sings. Sir Lancelot sings a calypso watch commercial! Larry Storch does impersonations. Margaret Whiting and Vera Vague join Jimmy Durante singing a clever original parody about a possible woman president (to the tune of "Feudin', Fightin' and Fussin'"). The Page Cavanaugh Trio sings a delightful Elgin commercial to the tune of, "The Lady From Twenty-nine Palms." Bob Sweeney and Hal March drive to the studio (don't ask them what an "Oh For Goodness Sakes" sandwich is). The winners of the SPEBQSA competition sing barbershop harmonies. Yehudi Menuhin plays "Habanera" by Sarasate (accompanied by his sister on the violin). He then plays a duet with another violinist...Jack Benny! Artie Auerbach does an Elgin commercial as "Mr. Kitzel. Cathy and Elliott Lewis are featured in a well written story about a housewife's last day. Good radio! "A Child's Thanksgiving" features Red Skelton as "The Mean Widdle Kid." After he says grace, Clem Kaddiddlehopper finds himself in one of the Elgin watch commercials!

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Post by pnussbaum on 11/26/2018, 2:09 pm

I have a request for myself and a colleague. Does anyone have any recordings of the Voice of America from the otr era? Of course, the Library of Congress and the New York Public Library have many, but I wonder if a shortwave enthusiast might have made recordings.
Fingers crossed.
Many thanks.
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Post by Wildcat44 on 11/27/2018, 7:13 pm

Here are some Elgin Holiday Specials
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Post by Buck Benny on 12/8/2018, 12:19 pm

BobbyP wrote:
Buck Benny wrote:i'm looking for a few things:

Any Elgin Thanksgiving specials.

and the following two Hardy Family shows:

1949-12-27 The Hardys' 25th Anniversary

1950-01-17 The Princeton Graduate

Any help on any of these would be very appreciated!

Here's the 1947 Thanksgiving special.

The first tune is "It's a Grand Night for Singing." Jimmy Durante and Garry Moore perform together for the first time "since getting shows of their own." "News Scoops From Hollywood," Candy Candido appears as "Mr. Ripple." Fifteen year old Mary Jane Smith sings. Sir Lancelot sings a calypso watch commercial! Larry Storch does impersonations. Margaret Whiting and Vera Vague join Jimmy Durante singing a clever original parody about a possible woman president (to the tune of "Feudin', Fightin' and Fussin'"). The Page Cavanaugh Trio sings a delightful Elgin commercial to the tune of, "The Lady From Twenty-nine Palms." Bob Sweeney and Hal March drive to the studio (don't ask them what an "Oh For Goodness Sakes" sandwich is). The winners of the SPEBQSA competition sing barbershop harmonies. Yehudi Menuhin plays "Habanera" by Sarasate (accompanied by his sister on the violin). He then plays a duet with another violinist...Jack Benny! Artie Auerbach does an Elgin commercial as "Mr. Kitzel. Cathy and Elliott Lewis are featured in a well written story about a housewife's last day. Good radio! "A Child's Thanksgiving" features Red Skelton as "The Mean Widdle Kid." After he says grace, Clem Kaddiddlehopper finds himself in one of the Elgin watch commercials!

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Post by Buck Benny on 12/8/2018, 12:19 pm

Wildcat44 wrote:Here are some Elgin Holiday Specials
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Thank you so much!

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Post by BobbyP on 12/8/2018, 2:40 pm

pnussbaum wrote:I have a request for myself and a colleague. Does anyone have any recordings of the Voice of America from the otr era? Of course, the Library of Congress and the New York Public Library have many, but I wonder if a shortwave enthusiast might have made recordings.
Fingers crossed.
Many thanks.

The only ones I have are "Halls of Ivy" rebroadcasts.
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Post by pnussbaum on 12/8/2018, 3:28 pm

Thanks, Bobby. You've helped me a lot over the years.
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Post by kdmarket on 12/15/2018, 8:05 am

looking for shows

June Dairy Month - from 1952-1955 a 15 min show

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Post by lasombra on 12/16/2018, 3:04 pm

kdmarket wrote:looking for shows

June Dairy Month - from 1952-1955 a 15 min show

thanks

This is the only one I have. I'd like to have more.
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Post by kdmarket on 12/17/2018, 1:03 am

I have the same show  thanks

Here's two shows

June Dairy Month(55-06-00) w Bob Hope, Jerry Colonna, Burns & Allen

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June Dairy Month(53-06-00) w Hoagy Carmichael, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Burns & Allen

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Post by Tom-In-Ohio on 12/17/2018, 1:14 pm

Wow, thanks for these. It definitely has been an exciting ride around Cobalt the last few months. I can see why the much, much older otr collectors miss the much, much earlier days on the internet. It must have been a blast.

I just wish I just had something to share. - Thanks again, Tom

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Post by lasombra on 12/17/2018, 1:42 pm

Thanks, kdmarket.

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Post by Buck Benny on 12/23/2018, 1:29 pm

Jello again,

I'm now looking for hq copies of the Kraft Music Hall starring Al Jolson and Oscar Levant from January and February of 1949. I actually need all the episodes from 1949, but I'm trying not to be too much of a pest. Thank you so very much.

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Post by hotmix99 on 12/23/2018, 4:43 pm

See Kraft thread Buck

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Post by kdmarket on 12/27/2018, 8:32 am

looking for shows thanks

America Salutes The President's Birthday. January 30, 1943. Pool feed. Sponsored by: March Of Dimes fund appeal. The program is also known as, "A Moment Of The Nation's Time." The program partially originates from the Waldorf Astoria in New York. The first tune is, "The President's Birthday Ball," written for the occasion by Irving Berlin. "The Four Freedoms," a drama written by Norman Corwin, is presented. Basil O'Connor (president of The March Of Dimes) appeals for contributions. The Great Lakes Band plays Stephen Foster tunes from the Great Lakes Naval Training Station. Sergeant Gene Autry sings, "The Yellow Rose Of Texas" from Luke Field, Arizona. Captain Christie Mathewson (son of the famous baseball player) speaks about the Chinese pilots he's training to fight in the Pacific. From Fort Des Moines, The WAAC Band plays, "The Field Artillery March" ("Those Caissons Go Rolling Along") and the chorus sings, "The WAAC Is In Back Of You." From Hollywood: Fibber McGee and Molly appear, and the closet is heard. Artie Shaw and His Orchestra play, "Begin The Beguine" from Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Bing Crosby (in Hollywood) sings, "Home On The Range" for the president. Dick Powell sings "Anchors Aweigh." Billy Williams (vocal), Norman Corwin (writer), Bernard Herrmann (composer), Basil O'Connor, Eleanor Roosevelt, Tommy Ryan, Frank Sinatra, The Great Lakes Band, Gene Autry, Christie Mathewson, The WAAC Band, Jim Jordan, Marian Jordan, Artie Shaw and His Orchestra, Warren Cunningham (announcer), Bing Crosby, Perry Botkin (guitar), Charles Dant and His Orchestra, Dick Powell, Florence George, Clifton Fadiman (New York host), Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra. 59:38

America Salutes The President's Birthday. January 30, 1945. Pool feed/NBC net/KDKA then Mutual/WCAE after 61 mins., Pittsburgh. Sponsored by: March Of Dimes Fund Appeal. The first tune heard is, "I Didn't Know About You." The New York portion originates from the Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria. Don Wilson (announcer), Bing Crosby (Hollywood host), Frank Sinatra, Axel Stordahl and His Orchestra, Judy Garland, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, Basil O'Connor (President of the March of Dimes, makes an emotional appeal for dimes), Quentin Reynolds (m.c.), Woody Herman and His Orchestra, Joan Edwards, Jack Benny (plays a violin solo, "To A Wild Rose"), Larry Stevens, Phil Harris, Eddie Anderson, David Frank Stamp (Postmaster of Dimebox, Texas), Louis Casuri (from Dimebox, Texas), Eleanor Roosevelt (reads a letter from Franklin), The Great Lakes Naval Training Center Orchestra (plays, "Our Waltz" from the Navy Base in Illinois), The Great Lakes Naval Training Center Chorus (of 1000 voices), The Santa Ana Orchestra and Chorus (from Santa Ana, California), Eddie Dunstedter (conductor), Ken Carpenter (announcer). 1:08:27
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Post by BobbyP on 12/27/2018, 1:17 pm

Here's the 1943 version: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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Post by bicho on 12/27/2018, 1:23 pm

thanks a lot, bobbyp, for me, artie shaw´s contribution was always the most rare item of this broadcast.
merry Christmas to you all and
Keep boppin´
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