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Greatest Science Fiction Shows, Vol. 3 Audiobook

Greatest Science Fiction Shows, Vol. 3

Author: Black Eye Entertainment Narrator: A Full Cast Release Date: April 2020

This collection contains fifteen of the greatest science-fiction broadcasts from the Golden Age of radio, including episodes of X Minus One, Dimension X, Suspense, The CBS Radio Workshop, Escape, The Lux Radio Theatre, and others. Radio’s finest actors perform before the microphones in adaptations from the past masters of science fiction. Relive the best radio sci-fi shows from yesterday and the legendary stars that made them amazing in this incredible collection. The Lux Radio Theatre, 2/8/55 - “The War of the Worlds” (1 hour)The Mysterious Traveler, 4/9/44 - “Beware of Tomorrow”Tom Corbett, Space Cadet, 5/20/52 - “The Greatest Show in the Universe Pt. 1”Tom Corbett, Space Cadet, 5/22/52 - “The Greatest Show in the Universe Pt. 2”The CBS Radio Workshop, 9/15/57 - “Time Found Again”The CBS Radio Workshop, 11/11/56 - “Report on the We’ans”Escape, 2/22/48 - “How Love Came to Professor Guilda”Escape, 10/22/50 - “The Time Machine”Lights Out, 12/22/42 - “The Meteor Man”X Minus One, 5/22/55 - “Knock”X Minus One, 5/29/55 - “The Man in the Moon”X Minus One, 8/11/55 - “Almost Human”Dimension X, 11/5/50 - “The Professor Was a Thief”Suspense, 6/8/58 - “The Invisible Ape”

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Greatest Science Fiction Shows, Vol. 4 Audiobook

Greatest Science Fiction Shows, Vol. 4

Author: Black Eye Entertainment Narrator: A Full Cast Release Date: April 2020

This collection contains sixteen of the greatest science-fiction broadcasts from the Golden Age of radio, including episodes of X Minus One, Suspense, The CBS Radio Workshop, Escape, The Weird Circle, and others. Radio’s finest actors perform before the microphones in adaptations from the past masters of science fiction. Relive the best radio sci-fi shows from yesterday and the legendary stars that made them amazing in this incredible collection. The Weird Circle, 9/17/44 - “The Ghost’s Touch”Family Theatre, 8/23/50 - “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea”Beyond Tomorrow, 4/11/50 - “Incident at Switchpath”Beyond Tomorrow, 4/18/50 - “The Outer Limits”Tom Corbett, Space Cadet, 1/19/52 - “Vanadium Hijackers”Tom Corbett, Space Cadet, 2/7/52 - “Operation Hide and Seek”The CBS Radio Workshop, 2/16/57 - “The Space Merchants (Pt. 1)”The CBS Radio Workshop, 2/24/57 - “The Space Merchants (Pt. 2)”Escape, 3/26/59 - “The Adaptive Ultimate”Escape, 8/23/53 - “The Man from Tomorrow”X Minus One, 8/18/55 - “Courtesy”X Minus One, 2/1/56 - “The Cave of Night”X Minus One, 2/22/56 - “Junkyard”X Minus One, 4/3/56 - “How To”Space Patrol, 11/15/52 - “The Queen of Space”Suspense, 1/21/62 - “2462”

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Drama Shows from the Golden Age of Radio, Vol. 1 Audiobook

Drama Shows from the Golden Age of Radio, Vol. 1

Author: Black Eye Entertainment Narrator: A Full Cast Release Date: April 2020

This collection contains fifteen of the greatest drama shows ever broadcast during the Golden Age of Radio—including episodes of and many others. Relive the best radio drama shows from yesterday and the legendary stars that made them amazing in this incredible collection. Gang Busters, 11/1/40 - “The Case of the Ape Bandit”The Cavalcade of America, 5/8/44 - “Autobiography of an Angel”The Screen Guild Theater, 1/7/46 - “The Lost Weekend”Arch Oboler’s Plays, 6/7/45 - “Night”Strange Wills, 3/21/47 - “The Girl in the Cell”Studio One, 6/29/48 - “Arabesque” (1 hour)Big Town, 10/28/48 - “Angel of the Street”The Hallmark Playhouse, 12/30/48 - “Lost Horizon”Cloak and Dagger, 6/10/50 - “People in the Forest”The Story of Dr. Kildare, 8/10/50 - “Buffalo Barney McClure Internal Bridgework”Hollywood Star Playhouse, 8/9/51 - “Such a Wonderful Disposition”Night Beat, 8/7/52 - “Somebody Stop Annie”The Chase, 10/26/52 - “Iron Curtain Express”Dangerous Assignment, 4/1/53 - “Caribbean Training Men for a Revolt”I Was a Communist for the FBI, 6/14/53 - “Use Only as Directed”

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Greatest Mystery Shows, Vol. 3 Audiobook

Greatest Mystery Shows, Vol. 3

Author: Black Eye Entertainment Narrator: A Full Cast Release Date: April 2020

Enjoy sixteen of the greatest mystery shows from radio’s Golden Age and the Hollywood celebrities that starred in them. The Golden Age of radio had incredible mystery shows that kept Americans glued to their radio sets. Families gathered around their living room radios to hear their favorite Hollywood stars in spine-chilling radio mystery and horror. In this collection of sixteen episodes, you’ll hear Lights Out! with Arch Oboler; three episodes of Suspense starring Joseph Cotten, William Powell, and Herbert Marshall; Mystery in the Air starring Peter Lorre; Studio One starring Glenn Ford and Mercedes McCambridge; and many more! Lights Out!, 11/17/42 - “Come to the Bank”The Sealed Book, 5/6/45 - “Stranger in the House”The Sealed Book, 5/13/45 - “Out of the Past”The Molle’ Mystery Theatre, 3/29/46 - “The Creeper”The Molle’ Mystery Theatre, 4/5/46 - “Murder in the City Hall”The Unexpected, 1947 - “Revenge”The Unexpected, 1947 - “The Cripple”The Hermit’s Cave, 3/24/47 - “The Story Without End”Mystery in the Air, 8/21/47 - “The Horla”Studio One, 3/23/48 - “The 39 Steps”Suspense, 3/30/50 - “Blood Sacrifice”NBC Short Story, 3/28/51 - “Shadow of Evil”Inner Sanctum Mystery, 5/28/45 - “The Unforgiving Corpse”Suspense, 3/1/54 - “The Barking Death”Suspense, 2/22/54 - “Murder by Jury”Escape, 7/17/54 - “Eye of Evil”

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The Jack Carson Show, Vol. 1 Audiobook

The Jack Carson Show, Vol. 1

Author: Black Eye Entertainment Narrator: A Full Cast Release Date: April 2020

Comedian Jack Carson stars in sixteen of his radio-comedy-variety programs with guest stars and music to boot! Jack Carson had a long radio career beginning in 1943 and ending in 1956. The Jack Carson Show also made the transition to television in 1954. On the radio and TV series, Carson played himself in a factualized version of his home life. Supported by Agnes Moorehead, Arthur Treacher, Normal Jean Nilsson, Irene Ryan, Jane Morgan, and Mel Blanc, the shows often included guest stars. Now, enjoy sixteen half-hour comedy episodes of The Jack Carson Show starring Jack Carson and all his gang. 1/1/47 - “Prepares for a Film Role”1/8/47 - “Movie Magazine Interview”1/15/47 - Guests George Burns and Gracie Allen1/22/47 - “A Date with Irene Ryan”1/29/47 - “Who Is Sending Threatening Letters?”2/5/47 - “Hires a Bodyguard”2/12/47 - “Fixing a Radio”2/19/47 - “Tanya”2/26/47 - “14 Days to Live”3/5/47 - Guest Howard Duff as Sam Spade3/12/47 - “Jack Writes His Will”3/26/47 - “Ad in the Personal Column”4/2/47 - “Unpaid Bills”4/9/47 - “Baby at the Doorstep”4/16/47 - “Taking Care of the Baby”4/23/47 - “Lease Forbids Keeping a Baby in the Apartment”

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Classic Radio Spotlight: Bing and Bob, Vol. 1 Audiobook

Classic Radio Spotlight: Bing and Bob, Vol. 1

Author: Black Eye Entertainment Narrator: A Full Cast, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope Release Date: April 2020

Bing Crosby and Bob Hope are heard together and separately in ten of the greatest shows from the Golden Age of radio! Bing Crosby and Bob Hope each had long careers in radio, the movies, and on television. They each had their own radio programs and often appeared together. This collection contains ten radio broadcasts, some with Bing and Bob together and others with them appearing separately. Some of the supporting players include Penny Singleton and Arthur Lake, Judy Garland, Orson Welles, Virginia Bruce, Mel Blanc, Ralph Bellamy, Carole Lombard, and Cecil B. DeMille! The Bob Hope Show, 12/20/38 - Guests Blondie and DagwoodThe Bob Hope Show, 3/9/39 - Guest Judy GarlandThe Lux Radio Theatre, 1/15/40 - “Sing You Sinners” (1 hour)The Lux Radio Theatre, 9/16/40 - “Love Is News” (1 hour)The Lux Radio Theatre, 3/10/41 - “The Awful Truth” (1 hour)The Lux Radio Theatre, 6/9/41 - “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” (1 hour)The Lux Radio Theatre, 10/19/42 - “My Favorite Blonde” (1 hour)The Lux Radio Theatre, 4/5/43 - “The Road to Morocco” (1 hour)The Bob Hope Show, 9/28/43 - Guest Orson WellesThe Cavalcade of America, 10/11/43 - with Bob Hope

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Old-Time Radio Legends, Vol. 1: Humphrey Bogart Audiobook

Old-Time Radio Legends, Vol. 1: Humphrey Bogart

Author: Black Eye Entertainment Narrator: A Full Cast Release Date: March 2020

One of Hollywood’s true screen legends, Humphrey Bogart, is spotlighted in this collection of radio broadcasts that he starred in. Humphrey Bogart began his screen career mostly playing gangsters due to his resemblance to John Dillinger. Bogart’s breakthrough from supporting roles to A-list stardom came with his performances in High Sierra and The Maltese Falcon. His first true romantic lead role, Casablanca, co-starred Ingrid Bergman. He and Lauren Bacall fell in love when they appeared together in To Have and Have Not. They continued acting on the screen together in The Big Sleep, Dark Passage, and Key Largo. Bogart would win an Academy Award for his performance in The African Queen co-starring Katharine Hepburn. In the 1950s he was still going strong with The Caine Mutiny, Sabrina, and The Barefoot Contessa. In between film work, he enjoyed appearing on radio, often with his wife, Lauren Bacall. Here are fourteen examples of his radio work spanning 1943 until 1952. Academy Award Theatre, 7/3/46 - The Maltese FalconSuspense, 3/8/45 - Love’s Lovely CounterfeitThe Screen Guild Theatre, 4/26/43 - CasablancaThe Jack Benny Program, 1/5/47 - Guests Humphrey Bogart and Lauren BacallThe Eddie Cantor Show, 10/8/48 - Guest Humphrey BogartThe Humphrey Bogart Theatre, 9/17/49 - Dead ManThe Lux Radio Theatre, 12/15/52 - The African Queen (1 hour)The Lux Radio Theatre, 4/18/49 - The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1 hour)Bold Venture, 2/11/52 - Dentist’s GoldBold Venture, 2/25/52 - Welcome to Civilization…DeadmanBold Venture, 3/24/52 - Revenge Is SweetBold Venture, 3/31/52 - The Runaway WifeBold Venture, 4/7/52 - With Friends Like TheseBold Venture, 4/14/52 - Sailor Is a Wealthy Widow

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The Chase, Vol. 1 Audiobook

The Chase, Vol. 1

Author: Black Eye Entertainment Narrator: A Full Cast Release Date: March 2020

Hear sixteen stories of trying to beat the clock in NBC radio’s thrilling series The Chase! In 1952, radio program creator Lawrence Klee brought The Chase to NBC radio. Developed as a psychological drama, the premise was that many life situations place their subjects in a chase of one type or another. A chase for fame. A chase from peril. A chase to beat the clock. A chase to escape death. The added twist was the question of, who is the hunter or the hunted in these situations? The scripts were fast-paced, starring top New York talent. The plots focused primarily on fear-inducing pursuits of one form or another. NBC’s television version of The Chase was in production during May 1953. It was to star Doug Fowley as both narrator and performer. Unfortunately, The Chase never made it to the air and shortly after, the radio series ended after fifty-five broadcasts. Hear sixteen gripping episodes of The Chase starring Karl Swenson, Kermit Murdock, Bryna Raeburn, Santos Ortega, Roger De Koven, Luis Van Rooten, Joe DeSantis, Ralph Bell, Larry Haines, Mandel Kramer, Leon Janney, Jan Miner, Donald Buka, Lawson Zerbe, Bob Hastings, Amzie Strickland, and many more of the east coast’s best performers. 5/4/52 - “Harry Troll’s Diamond”5/11/52 - “Countess Triana”5/18/52 - “Elliott Preston Is Framed for Murder”5/25/52 - “The Newspaper Reporter”6/1/52 - “Easy Riches, Sudden Death”6/8/52 - “Hard Luck Ethel”6/15/52 - “Terminate Professor Kolchek”7/10/52 - “Doug Burton and a Mysterious Letter”7/17/52 - “Joey”7/24/52 - “The Apprentice”8/7/52 - “The Painting”8/14/52 - “The Amusement Park”8/21/52 - “The Promotion”9/21/52 - “Tattoo Charlie”9/28/52 - “Twenty Million Dollar Bum”10/5/52 - “Flight from Istanbul”

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The Chase, Vol. 2 Audiobook

The Chase, Vol. 2

Author: Black Eye Entertainment Narrator: A Full Cast Release Date: March 2020

Hear sixteen stories of trying to beat the clock in NBC radio’s thrilling series The Chase! In 1952, radio program creator Lawrence Klee brought The Chase to NBC radio. Developed as a psychological drama, the premise was that many life situations place their subjects in a chase of one type or another. A chase for fame. A chase from peril. A chase to beat the clock. A chase to escape death. The added twist was the question of, who is the hunter or the hunted in these situations? The scripts were fast-paced, starring top New York talent. The plots focused primarily on fear-inducing pursuits of one form or another. NBC’s television version of The Chase was in production during May 1953. It was to star Doug Fowley as both narrator and performer. Unfortunately, The Chase never made it to the air and shortly after, the radio series ended after fifty-five broadcasts. Hear sixteen gripping episodes of The Chase starring Karl Swenson, Kermit Murdock, Bryna Raeburn, Santos Ortega, Roger De Koven, Luis Van Rooten, Joe DeSantis, Ralph Bell, Larry Haines, Mandel Kramer, Leon Janney, Jan Miner, Donald Buka, Lawson Zerbe, Bob Hastings, Amzie Strickland, and many more of the east coast’s best performers. 10/12/52 - “The Cat’s Meow”11/2/52 - “Long Distance”11/9/52 - “The Predatory Career Woman”11/16/52 - “My Love Is a Ghost”11/23/52 - “Blackout”12/14/52 - “Plans for the Perfect Murder”12/28/52 - “No Contact”1/18/53 - “Killer at Large”1/25/53 - “The Creeper”2/1/53 - “The Killer’s Missing Corpse”3/8/53 - “Special Delivery”3/15/53 - “The Cabbie and the Corpse”3/22/53 - “Cathy Sutter Meets James Carter”3/29/53 - “Murderer Row”4/5/53 - “Johnny and Ellen, Killer and Hostage”4/19/53 - “King Danno”

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The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Vol. 3 Audiobook

The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Vol. 3

Author: Black Eye Entertainment Narrator: A Full Cast Release Date: March 2020

Tom Conway and John Stanley star as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s brilliant detective Sherlock Holmes in sixteen crime stories that will keep you glued to your chain—cup of tea in hand! Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s detective genius, Sherlock Holmes, came to NBC radio in 1930 starring Richard Gordon. By 1939, Basil Rathbone was heard as Holmes with Nigel Bruce as Doctor Watson. The duo were simultaneously starring in a popular series of Sherlock Holmes features for Fox, and later for Universal. By the end of the feature run in the mid 1940’s, Rathbone was eager to separate himself from the radio show to avoid being typecast. Tom Conway took over with Nigel Bruce continuing as Watson (in this paring Nigel Bruce received top billing). Tom Conway and Nigel Bruce were replaced in 1947 by John Stanley and Alfred Shirley. Others to portray Holmes and Watson over the radio run were George Shelton and Ian Martin and Ben Wright and Eric Snowden. This collection stars Tom Conway (Holmes) and Nigel Bruce (Watson) in the first four episodes and John Stanley (Holmes) and Alfred Shirley (Watson) in the remaining twelve episodes. 4/7/47 - “The Tolling Bell” 6/16/47 - “Death in the North Sea”6/23/47 - “The Adventure of the Speckled Band” 6/30/47 - “The Adventure of the Innocent Murderess” 11/9/47 - “The Cadaver in the Roman Toga”11/23/47 - “The Case of the Stolen Naval Treaty”11/30/47 - “The Case of the Cradle That Rocked Itself”12/7/47 - “Professor Moriarty and the Diamond Jubilee”12/14/47 - “The Case of the Sussex Vampire”1/18/48 - “The Case of the Lucky Shilling”3/14/48 - “The Adventure of the Serpent God”3/21/48 - “Death Is a Golden Arrow”3/28/48 - “The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax”5/16/48 - “The Case of the Everblooming Roses”5/23/48 - “The Case of the Accommodating Valise”6/6/48 - “The Complicated Poisoning at Eel Pie Island”

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Tales of the Texas Rangers, Vol. 3 Audiobook

Tales of the Texas Rangers, Vol. 3

Author: Black Eye Entertainment Narrator: A Full Cast Release Date: March 2020

In Texas, more than 260,000 square miles and fifty men make up the oldest and most famous law enforcement body in North America—the Texas Rangers! Like its predecessor Dragnet, Tales of the Texas Rangers adapted actual police case files for its broadcasts. Leading each week’s investigation of an actual Texas Ranger case was the same Texas Ranger, Jayce Pearson, portrayed by movie star Joel McCrea. Because the stories were set in the present day, Pearson used the latest scientific techniques to identify criminals. Unlike Joe Friday, Pearson didn’t have a regular partner, typically working with the local sheriff instead (who was usually portrayed by Parley Baer). Working environments would range from big cities to isolated wilderness areas that could only be reached on horseback. Produced and Directed by Stacy Keach Sr., Tales of the Texas Rangers ran from 1950 to 1952 and featured radio’s top supporting actors. Its popularity spawned a 1955 Saturday morning television series starring Willard Parker and Harry Lauter, broadcast on CBS until 1958. Enjoy sixteen thrilling episodes! 7/15/50 - “The White Elephant”8/12/50 - “Quick Silver”3/11/51 - “Blind Trust”5/6/51 - “No Loving Witness”9/30/51 - “Death Shaft”10/7/51 - “Wheelchair Killing”2/24/52 - “Bright Boy”4/20/52 - “Illusion”4/27/52 - “Address Unknown”5/11/52 - “Unleashed Fury”5/18/52 - “Smart Kill”5/25/52 - “Jail Bird”6/8/52 - “Illegal Entry”6/22/52 - “Knockout”6/29/52 - “Ex-Con”7/6/52 - “The Boomerang”

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The Cavalcade of America, Collection 2 Audiobook

The Cavalcade of America, Collection 2

Author: Black Eye Entertainment Narrator: A Full Cast Release Date: January 2020

The Cavalcade of America dramatized the greatest events in American history and featured the biggest names in Hollywood! In 1935, the DuPont Company chose to enhance its image by dramatizing great events in American history to an audience of millions each week on The Cavalcade of America. “Cavalcade” is a term used to describe pioneers who shaped the way America operates today. DuPont’s motto, “maker of better things for better living through chemistry,” was read at the beginning of each program, and the dramas emphasized humanitarian progress, particularly improvements in the lives of women, often through technological innovation. One of the most prestigious series in all of radio, The Cavalcade of America shed light on little-known incidents in the lives of the pioneers of this great nation. The best talent in Hollywood stepped before the CBS microphones to star, including Humphrey Bogart, James Stewart, Helen Hayes, Basil Rathbone, Orson Welles, Bette Davis, and Henry Fonda. Stories were by Arthur Miller, Carl Sandburg, Steven Vincent Benet, Norman Corwin, Arch Oboler, and many others. The series enjoyed a twenty-year radio run, lasting until 1953 and making the transition to television from 1952 until 1957. Enjoy sixteen of the greatest episodes from this award-winning drama series: 4/26/43 - “Soldiers in High Boots”5/10/43 - “Fat Girl”6/7/43 - “The Enemy Is Listening”6/14/43 - “Make Way for the Lady”7/5/43 - “Listen to the People”7/26/43 - “Diamonds at War”8/2/43 - “Nine Men Against the Arctic”8/9/43 - “Short Cut to Tokyo”8/16/43 - “The Major and the Mules”9/6/43 - “Double Play”2/28/44 - “Junior Angel”3/6/44 - “Odyssey to Freedom”3/13/44 - “Song from Spokane”6/19/44 - “Tokyo Spearhead”6/26/44 - “What Price Freedom?”7/17/44 - “Boomerang”

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