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  • Louis L'amour

    Case Closed — No Prisoners Ride with legendary Texas Ranger Chick Bowdrie as he helps out a small town with a big problem. Someone has brutally murdered the local banker and made off with forty thousand dollars–and it appears to be the work of a criminal who knows his way around...read more

  • Louis L'amour

    Desert Death Song Powder Basin - the broken, rugged country at the edge of a dry, forbidding desert - holds more hiding places than most men could find. Nat Bodine knows most of them; holed up in the Basin hills by a posse of over a hundred men, he needs them more than ever before. Jim Morton knows that if anyone is going to escape this posse, it's Bodine, just as he knows that Bodine is the kind of man who wouldn't commit the crime of which he's accused - and who, if forced, would seek his freedom in the savage desert...read more

  • Louis L'amour

    Louis L'Amour brings you the Wild West as you've never heard it before. This classic story, complete with a full cast, stirring music and authentic sound effects, sweeps listeners back to the rough and ready days of America's frontier, where a man had to live by his wits...and his gun. Death is no stranger to Almagre, a rough boomtown in which the local cemetery, Boot Hill, is almost as crowded as the saloons. Almagre had sprung up in just under two years with a silver strike, and in that short time, it had buried three town marshals. Into this wild and bloody town rides Texas Ranger Chick Bowdrie, trailing a Pecos bank robber who left two men dead. All Bowdrie has to go on is an...read more

  • Louis L'amour

    Few men were as deadly–or troublesome–with a gun as the Mohave Kid. Ab Kale, marshal of Hinkley, had warned the Kid to stay away from his town. Even as he trained his own adopted son, Riley, to handle a gun, he worried for both of them. He knew the Kid was the bloodthirsty sort who would one day force a showdown. But he couldn’t know when…or prepare Riley for the test of his young...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    The Mercury Theatre was an independent repertory company founded in New York City in 1937 by Orson Welles and producerJohn Houseman, who is best known for his Oscar-winning performance as Professor CharlesKingsfield in the The PaperChase. After a series ofacclaimed stage productions, Welles and his Mercury Theatre were offered theirown weekly hour-long radio program over the CBS radio network. Here Welles-along with Agnes Moorehead, RayCollins, Joseph Cotten, Alice Frost, Martin Gabel, and others-presentedpowerful adaptations of literary classics with Bernard Herrman as composer and conductor. Considered by many critics as the finest dramatichour on radio, The MercuryTheatre on the Air was...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    From 1947 to 1954, CBS's Escapewas radio's leading high-adventure anthology series. The show's famousopening, delivered by Paul Frees and William Conrad, asked: "Tired of theeveryday grind? Ever dream of a life of romantic adventure? Want to get awayfrom it all? We offer you ... Escape!"This was followed by another announcer adding, "Escape! Designed to free you from the four walls of today for ahalf-hour of high adventure!" Many of the episodes, which included both original storiesand adaptations, centered on a protagonist facing a life-or-death situation.Numerous actors made appearances on the show, including Elvia Allman, EleanorAudley, Parley Baer, Harry Bartell, William Conrad, Ted de...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    Taking its name from a popular series of mysterynovels, Inner Sanctum Mysteries debuted over NBC's BlueNetwork in January 1941. It featured one of the most memorable and atmosphericopenings in radio history: an organist hit a dissonant chord, a doorknobturned, and the famous "creaking door" slowly began to open. Every week, InnerSanctum Mysteries told stories of ghosts, murderers, and lunatics.Produced in New York, the cast usually consisted of veteran radio actors, withoccasional guest appearances by such Hollywood stars Boris Karloff, PeterLorre, and Claude Rains. What made Inner Sanctum Mysteries uniqueamong radio horror shows was its host, a slightly sinister sounding felloworiginally...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    This collection contains twelve of the greatest Christmas radio shows ever broadcast during the golden age of radio! You’ll hear Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll in Amos ’n’ Andy, Lucille Ball in My Favorite Husband, Laurence Olivier as Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, Jim and Marian Jordan in Fibber McGee & Molly, Harold Peary in The Great Gildersleeve, Eve Arden as Connie Brooks on Our Miss Brooks, William Bendix as Chester A. Riley on The Life of Riley, Edmund Gwenn recreating his Academy Award performance as Kris Kringle in Miracle on 34th Street, plus many more! Relive these classic Christmas radio shows from yesteryear and the legendary stars that made them great in this...read more

  • Night Kitchen Radio Theatre

    The Night Kitchen Radio Theater performance is based on the classic story Pinnocchio--a talking wooden puppet who yearns to become a real...read more

  • Deborah Frieze

    The top western stars of the silver screen are featured in the All-Star Western Theatre, a highly entertaining series of shows first heard in 1946. Hosted by Cottonseed Clark and highlighted by the music of Foy Willing and the Riders of the Purple Sage, the 20 Broadcasts in this collection offer a virtual round-up of singing cowboys, including Tex Ritter, Eddie Dean, Jimmy Wakely, and Ken Curtis, as well as favorites like Tim Holt, Wild Bill Elliott, Alan Rocky Lane, and Johnny Mack Brown. If you ever sat in a theater thrilled to an exciting chase on horseback, rooting for the hero and booing the bad guys, you're going to love the sparkling and fully restored sound of the All-Star ...read more

  • Jerry Stearns

    IN THE EMBERS An Independent Feature-Length Audio Drama by Brian Price and Jerry Stearns Length: 215 minutes (3 hours, 35 minutes, 50 seconds) Authors: Brian Price; Jerry Stearns Narrators (in this order): Edwin Strout, Robin Miles, Olivia DuFord, Dawn Krosnowski, Gordon Smuder, Susanne Becker, Tom Joyal, Charlie Meitzner, Dean Johnson, Jacquie Maddix, E. G. Bailey, (interview extras: Joe Bevilacqua, Jerry Stearns, Brian Price) (c) (p) 2015 Brian Price and Jerry Stearns, Great Northern Audio, in association with Waterlogg Productions Description: A song, a pressed flower, and the sound of two girl's voices recovered from a burned wooden beam by using a brand new laser...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    Produced in New York, Murder at Midnight came to ABC radio in September of 1946 and featured crime dramas and supernatural thrillers. Raymond Morgan, a former Long Island minister who had left the cloth for the excitement of radio, was the foreboding host who each week uttered the lines: "Midnight, the witching hour when the night is darkest, our fears the strongest, and our strength at its lowest ebb. Midnight, when the graves gape open and death strikes." Over its six-year run in syndication Murder at Midnight had a relatively high production budget which helped it pull respectable audience shares. The supporting players were New York's best, including: Lawson Zerbe, Karl Swenson, Berry...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    Created by Frances and Richard Lockridge, Mr. & Mrs. North were fictional amateur detectives appearing in novels, motion pictures, radio, and television. The Norths were not professional detectives, but simply a well-to-do New York couple who stumbled across a murder or two every week and felt compelled to solve the crimes. A 1942 MGM movie starred William Post Jr. and George Burns' wife, Gracie Allen. That same year, it debuted on radio and was soon generating top ratings with a weekly audience of twenty million fans. Joseph Curtin and Alice Frost originally voiced the radio roles of Jerry and Pam North. Later, Richard Denning and Barbara Britton were cast as the Norths, staying on for its...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    The first volume of the perennial favorite sitcom The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet Ozzie Nelson was Red Skelton's bandleader on the populare radio series The Red Skelton Show. Ozzie's wife, Harriet Hilliard, was Skelton's singer. When Skelton was drafted in March of 1944, Ozzie was prompted to create his own family sitcom radio series. The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet launched on CBS radio October 8, 1944, making a mid-season switch to NBC in 1949. It starred Ozzie as the head of the Nelson household that included his wife, Harriet, and their two boys, David and Ricky. Each week, the Nelsons found themselves in another amusing situation, much to the delight of the listeners. In 1952,...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    The Lux Radio Theatre was one of the longest running-and most extravagant-shows from radio's golden age. The show featured the greatest stars in Hollywood appearing in hour-long radio adaptations of their biggest motion pictures. Cecil B. DeMille was the host for the lavish production of what was to become a veritable checklist of many of Hollywood's best films from the mid-1930s through the mid-1950s. The stars of the movie usually appeared in their audio counterparts, although sometimes contracts or schedules meant that another actor took the part. The productions were live, with a full orchestra, and many Hollywood legends were not used to performing in public without the benefit of...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    Damon Runyon was a newspaperman and writer. He was best known for his short stories celebrating the world of New York City's Broadway that grew out of the Prohibition era. He created a little world of characters that live on even today in such classic movies as Little Miss Marker and Guys and Dolls, both based on Runyon's stories. Actor Alan Ladd's Mayfair Productions brought Runyon's short stories to radio in the early 1950s. Each episode of The Damon Runyon Theatre is told through the eyes of a hoodlum with a heart of gold named "Broadway," who takes the listener inside the world of some of the Big Apple's toughest yet most charming perpetrators. Broadway and the many thugs, touts,...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    Here are original broadcasts of the old-time radio show featuring amateur detective Boston Blackie Created by author Jack Boyle, Boston Blackie was a master safecracker and hardened criminal who served time in a California prison. Rehabilitated, he decided to use his knowledge of the underworld to fight crime as an amateur detective. Known as "an enemy to those who make him an enemy, friend to those who have no friend," Boston Blackie's exploits were adapted to film, radio, and television. While investigating cases, Blackie would invariably encounter harebrained Police Inspector Faraday and always solve the crime before Faraday could. The initial friction between Blackie and Faraday...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    The Weird Circle radio show was an anthology of classic thrillers from the pens of the world's best-known and respected fiction authors of the nineteenth century. The focus was on stories of horror, suspense, and the supernatural by such authors as Edgar Allan Poe, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Mary Shelley, with an occasional drama by the likes of Emily Brontë, Charles Dickens, and George Eliot. For The Weird Circle, produced in New York by NBC and offered in syndication, the announcer sat in a cave beside a restless sea and instructed a bell keeper to "toll the bell so all may know that we are gathered again in the weird circle for another strange and weird story from out of the...read more

  • Enid Blyton

    The Secret Seven are siblings Peter and Janet, and Jack, Barbara, Pam, Colin and George. Together they are The Secret Seven - ready to solve any mystery, any time - in Enid Blyton's classic series of 15 mystery novels. Book 1: The Secret Seven It's their first adventure and the Secret Seven super-sleuths are already on the trail of a mystery! The gang are dressed in disguise, following a lead to a spooky old house in the snow... Book 2: Secret Seven Adventure In book two a priceless pearl necklace goes missing. The Secret Seven are first off the mark to catch the thief. Why? Because they saw him making his escape! Now all they have to do is find the necklace. First published in...read more

  • Enid Blyton

    The Secret Seven are siblings Peter and Janet, and Jack, Barbara, Pam, Colin and George. Together they are The Secret Seven - ready to solve any mystery, any time - in Enid Blyton's classic series of 15 mystery novels. Book 5: Go Ahead, Secret Seven A sinister-looking man gets George in trouble with the police. The Secret Seven are outraged. Spying on him, the gang are certain he's bad news, but what exactly is he up to? They need to investigate, and solve the mystery, once and for all. Book 6: Good Work, Secret Seven Peter and Janet are the only witnesses when a car is stolen. They saw the thieves, and now the whole of the Secret Seven are involved. But when they realise they're on...read more