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Re: Dropbox/OneDrive/pCloud - The Big Show v2105 #new-distro

Richard Davenport
 

Much thanks for the Big Show update.  I must have missed part 2 somehow. 

Rick

Labor ipse voluptas


On Sunday, July 25, 2021, 9:02:29 PM CDT, ehrbek <ehrbek@...> wrote:


Here is season 2

https://u.pcloud.link/publink/show?code=kZFJEPXZNCFjWrsPrEy7uMcAPlSYJLRCiL1y

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From: "Richard Davenport"
To: "main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io"
Cc:
Sent: Sunday July 25 2021 6:31:52PM
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Dropbox/OneDrive/pCloud - The Big Show v2105 #new-distro

I can say that I have 1-28 complete and from 29-57, I have very few.  Are the 29-57 available somewhere?  I would love to acquire them...

Rick

Labor ipse voluptas


On Sunday, July 25, 2021, 5:25:59 PM CDT, Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...> wrote:


I finally checked in with Jerry about the mysterious missing 1951-10-14 episode and his copy is also the incorrectly labeled 10-21 episode. At some point he hopes to check against the masters his recordings came from, but that may be a while. The 10-21 episode begins with Fred Allen repeating his name when they are introducing the guests. Perhaps the 10-14 broadcast no longer exists.
Ryan

On Tue, Jun 8, 2021 at 09:39 AM, Larry Gassman wrote:

Jerry now has all of the Big Shows, 57 in all including those shows with different listings for both October 14, and 21st.

Larry

 


Re: Dropbox/OneDrive/pCloud - The Big Show v2105 #new-distro

ehrbek
 

Here is season 2

https://u.pcloud.link/publink/show?code=kZFJEPXZNCFjWrsPrEy7uMcAPlSYJLRCiL1y

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From: "Richard Davenport"
To: "main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io"
Cc:
Sent: Sunday July 25 2021 6:31:52PM
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Dropbox/OneDrive/pCloud - The Big Show v2105 #new-distro

I can say that I have 1-28 complete and from 29-57, I have very few.  Are the 29-57 available somewhere?  I would love to acquire them...

Rick

Labor ipse voluptas


On Sunday, July 25, 2021, 5:25:59 PM CDT, Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...> wrote:


I finally checked in with Jerry about the mysterious missing 1951-10-14 episode and his copy is also the incorrectly labeled 10-21 episode. At some point he hopes to check against the masters his recordings came from, but that may be a while. The 10-21 episode begins with Fred Allen repeating his name when they are introducing the guests. Perhaps the 10-14 broadcast no longer exists.
Ryan

On Tue, Jun 8, 2021 at 09:39 AM, Larry Gassman wrote:

Jerry now has all of the Big Shows, 57 in all including those shows with different listings for both October 14, and 21st.

Larry

 


Re: The Big Show v2105

Ryan Ellett
 

They are in the most recent release; it is available on Archive here. We should probably re-release it but without the accurate 51-10-14 (30) episode, there's nothing actually missing from it currently. It just has a duplicate ep.




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The Old Time Radio Researchers
"Saving the Past for the Future"




On Sunday, July 25, 2021, 05:31:52 PM CDT, Richard Davenport <klingon1@...> wrote:


I can say that I have 1-28 complete and from 29-57, I have very few.  Are the 29-57 available somewhere?  I would love to acquire them...

Rick

Labor ipse voluptas


On Sunday, July 25, 2021, 5:25:59 PM CDT, Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...> wrote:


I finally checked in with Jerry about the mysterious missing 1951-10-14 episode and his copy is also the incorrectly labeled 10-21 episode. At some point he hopes to check against the masters his recordings came from, but that may be a while. The 10-21 episode begins with Fred Allen repeating his name when they are introducing the guests. Perhaps the 10-14 broadcast no longer exists.
Ryan

On Tue, Jun 8, 2021 at 09:39 AM, Larry Gassman wrote:

Jerry now has all of the Big Shows, 57 in all including those shows with different listings for both October 14, and 21st.

Larry

 


Re: Dropbox/OneDrive/pCloud - The Big Show v2105 #new-distro

Walden Hughes
 

Martin has a missing spot too,

 

Maybe we can ask him whee he got the set.  I believe from  a research holding,

 

Walden

 

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Sent: Sunday, July 25, 2021 3:26 PM
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Dropbox/OneDrive/pCloud - The Big Show v2105 #new-distro

 

I finally checked in with Jerry about the mysterious missing 1951-10-14 episode and his copy is also the incorrectly labeled 10-21 episode. At some point he hopes to check against the masters his recordings came from, but that may be a while. The 10-21 episode begins with Fred Allen repeating his name when they are introducing the guests. Perhaps the 10-14 broadcast no longer exists.
Ryan

On Tue, Jun 8, 2021 at 09:39 AM, Larry Gassman wrote:

Jerry now has all of the Big Shows, 57 in all including those shows with different listings for both October 14, and 21st.

Larry

 


Re: Dropbox/OneDrive/pCloud - The Big Show v2105 #new-distro

Richard Davenport
 

I can say that I have 1-28 complete and from 29-57, I have very few.  Are the 29-57 available somewhere?  I would love to acquire them...

Rick

Labor ipse voluptas


On Sunday, July 25, 2021, 5:25:59 PM CDT, Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...> wrote:


I finally checked in with Jerry about the mysterious missing 1951-10-14 episode and his copy is also the incorrectly labeled 10-21 episode. At some point he hopes to check against the masters his recordings came from, but that may be a while. The 10-21 episode begins with Fred Allen repeating his name when they are introducing the guests. Perhaps the 10-14 broadcast no longer exists.
Ryan

On Tue, Jun 8, 2021 at 09:39 AM, Larry Gassman wrote:

Jerry now has all of the Big Shows, 57 in all including those shows with different listings for both October 14, and 21st.

Larry

 


Re: Dropbox/OneDrive/pCloud - The Big Show v2105 #new-distro

Ryan Ellett
 

I finally checked in with Jerry about the mysterious missing 1951-10-14 episode and his copy is also the incorrectly labeled 10-21 episode. At some point he hopes to check against the masters his recordings came from, but that may be a while. The 10-21 episode begins with Fred Allen repeating his name when they are introducing the guests. Perhaps the 10-14 broadcast no longer exists.
Ryan


On Tue, Jun 8, 2021 at 09:39 AM, Larry Gassman wrote:

Jerry now has all of the Big Shows, 57 in all including those shows with different listings for both October 14, and 21st.

Larry

 


Re: classical reels

Ryan Ellett
 

Progress is being made in digitizing them but there's a long way to go before they've been verified for dates, titles, etc. Several of the people receiving these reels were also hard at work on the Joe Hehn collection that was purchased first. It's really a very small number of volunteers doing all this, so extra help is always appreciated. I don't recall much mention of classical music. I've digitized about half of the 200 or so reels I received and have not come across any.
Ryan

www.RyanEllett.com


The Old Time Radio Researchers
"Saving the Past for the Future"




On Saturday, July 24, 2021, 06:03:30 PM CDT, not.serious@... <not.serious@...> wrote:


Regarding the collection of reels purchased from First Generation, and
specifically the classical music bcasts on some of those reels.

Have they been cataloged yet ? I would like to know what is there.

Thanks

joe salerno







classical reels

not.serious@comcast.net
 

Regarding the collection of reels purchased from First Generation, and specifically the classical music bcasts on some of those reels.

Have they been cataloged yet ? I would like to know what is there.

Thanks

joe salerno


Dropbox/OneDrive/pCloud - Duffy's Tavern v2107 #new-distro

Brian Kavanaugh
 

An new release of the "Duffy's Tavern" distro, version 2107, was announced in the distro group, https://oldtimeradioresearchers.groups.io/g/OTRRDistroGroup

Note: we are trying something new with this release in that we are announcing it only in these groups for now. The distro will be announced later on Facebook/uploaded to YouTube/uploaded to Archive.org once this audience has looked through the distro. That way, if any errors are found, they can be corrected before it is published to locations that are harder to update.


Favorite Episode Summaries

Larry Maupin
 

Greetings to everyone, and happy weekend!

I will be sending out the August issue of Radio Recall electronically on August 2nd.  It includes episode summaries posted here a few months ago by Adam Graham, Scott Mahan, Walden Hughes, Joe Webb, Jay Allen, Tim Germain, Paul Fullmer, Evan West and Bob Stepnoe.  I have edited some of them for typos, grammar and sentence logic but have attempted to preserve the spirit of each one and did not intentionally shorten any of them.  The more information you provided, the better.

If you would like to get a copy of the August issue, you can join the Metropolitan Washington Old-Time Radio Club at mwotrc.org for $20.  Members receive 6 issues of Radio Recall and 6 issues of Gather 'Round the Radio each year, as well as an invitation to attend every monthly club meeting on Zoom which all involve a quiz on old-time radio with such questions as "What color was the Lone Ranger's horse?" (I got that answer wrong) and "What was the sponsor of the final episode of Suspense?" (I missed that one too).  Each meeting also features at least one presentation on an old-time radio subject.  Martin Grams gave a great one a few months ago on The Green Lama and his sinister cohort Tulku, complete with many colorful slides.  Joe Webb was featured at the July meeting, and his presentation on Suspense was so good that it drew a round of applause at the conclusion.

If you are not already a member and decide to join (this applies to all group members, not just the nine I have named above), be sure to do so by early next week so you will be on the list to receive the August issue.  You can let me know when you have joined.  The Membership Chairman is Joanie Ferrell, whose email address is membership@....  You can contact her if you have any questions about joining that I have not addressed in this message.

Larry



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Larry Maupin


Re: Superb Suspense log now available as free PDF -- 275+ pages of history and episode casts, and more

Jim Jones
 

Joe and Keith
Wonderful effort and outstanding log. The time and effort put into this project has resulted in a great research tool that OTR enthusiasts will find useful for years. Obviously a new go to reference source.
Thanks again for making it available.
JJ


Re: Thank You Keith & Joe

Scott Galley
 

The sheer amount of detail that has gone into a log like this is remarkable. Thanks to historians (many of which are in our group here) we are slowly getting a better understanding of network radio during its golden age. I often bemoan the present, but there really is no better time to be an golden age radio collector.

Thanks to one and all. It's very much appreciated.

Scott
Toronto, Ontario, Canada


Re: Superb Suspense log now available as free PDF -- 275+ pages of history and episode casts, and more

Rob
 

I gladly add my thanks and appreciation as well

rob

On Jul 20, 2021, at 7:07 PM, Terry Johnson <johnson44t@...> wrote:

I agree…thank you for all the work guys.
 
 
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Thanks Joe and thanks Keith. I love this series. 



Re: Superb Suspense log now available as free PDF -- 275+ pages of history and episode casts, and more

Terry Johnson
 

I agree…thank you for all the work guys.

 

 

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Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Superb Suspense log now available as free PDF -- 275+ pages of history and episode casts, and more

 

Thanks Joe and thanks Keith. I love this series.


Re: Superb Suspense log now available as free PDF -- 275+ pages of history and episode casts, and more

Tom G.
 

Thanks Joe and thanks Keith. I love this series.


Thank You Keith & Joe

wwtom@...
 

A major thank you to Keith & Joe for the Suspense log.  This is a monumental contribution to collectors and historians of old-time radio.  It should eventually become recognized as a distinguished and timeless chronicle of dramatic radio in American broadcasting.

Wesley Tom
Redlands, CA


-----Original Message-----
From: Walden Hughes <waldenhughes@...>
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Sent: Tue, Jul 20, 2021 10:47 am
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Superb Suspense log now available as free PDF -- 275+ pages of history and episode casts, and more

Thank you Joe,
 
Walden
 
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Sent: Tuesday, July 20, 2021 3:10 AM
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Superb Suspense log now available as free PDF -- 275+ pages of history and episode casts, and more
 

This the log of Suspense as complied Keith Scott. He researched it for 40+ years, much of it when he made trips from his native Australia to do animation voices and voiceovers in Hollywood. (Keith was a big fan of the Jay Ward cartoons when he was growing up, and became the voice of Bullwinkle in the 2000 movie The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle. He is the author of The Moose that Roared, an entertaining history of the studio.)

Keith also had access to many private research interviews, and conducted many of his own, with producers, directors, actors, effects artists, and others who participated in the program or influenced its production. Many of these details are new to all us Suspense fans.

The 275+ page document includes a series overview (14,000+ words) and the marvelous log of 944 episodes of the series that includes dates of broadcast, casts, plot summaries, and other important (and entertaining) details. Background of some of the recorded or planned broadcasts that were never aired are also included. Important details of the series audition in 1940 and the role of Alfred Hitchcock in the development of Suspense will be new to many collectors.

Keith is making this available as a free PDF. I have been working with him on a lot of Suspense recordings and topics over the past 3 years, but I have known Keith for almost 40 years. A highlight of my OTR life was not meeting some celebrity, or getting a rare program, it was the day that Keith and I spent at Thousand Oaks Library in June 2019 just going through Suspense and other series! I was so pleased to help Keith with proofing, editing, and working on the desktop publishing of the document.

If you enjoy the document, please email Keith -- his address is on page 3 of the PDF. If you have suggestions for the document, please contact him.

Be sure to also download Keith's Escape log.
https://archive.org/details/EscapeLogKeithScott2020

Here is a sample page of the Suspense log.

--

Wesley Tom


Re: Superb Suspense log now available as free PDF -- 275+ pages of history and episode casts, and more

Rosalie Lunger
 

Thank you so very much




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On Tue, Jul 20, 2021 at 1:47 PM Walden Hughes <waldenhughes@...> wrote:

Thank you Joe,

 

Walden

 

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Sent: Tuesday, July 20, 2021 3:10 AM
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Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Superb Suspense log now available as free PDF -- 275+ pages of history and episode casts, and more

 



DOWNLOAD THE PDF AT
https://archive.org/details/ScottSuspense2021


This the log of Suspense as complied Keith Scott. He researched it for 40+ years, much of it when he made trips from his native Australia to do animation voices and voiceovers in Hollywood. (Keith was a big fan of the Jay Ward cartoons when he was growing up, and became the voice of Bullwinkle in the 2000 movie The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle. He is the author of The Moose that Roared, an entertaining history of the studio.)

Keith also had access to many private research interviews, and conducted many of his own, with producers, directors, actors, effects artists, and others who participated in the program or influenced its production. Many of these details are new to all us Suspense fans.

The 275+ page document includes a series overview (14,000+ words) and the marvelous log of 944 episodes of the series that includes dates of broadcast, casts, plot summaries, and other important (and entertaining) details. Background of some of the recorded or planned broadcasts that were never aired are also included. Important details of the series audition in 1940 and the role of Alfred Hitchcock in the development of Suspense will be new to many collectors.

Keith is making this available as a free PDF. I have been working with him on a lot of Suspense recordings and topics over the past 3 years, but I have known Keith for almost 40 years. A highlight of my OTR life was not meeting some celebrity, or getting a rare program, it was the day that Keith and I spent at Thousand Oaks Library in June 2019 just going through Suspense and other series! I was so pleased to help Keith with proofing, editing, and working on the desktop publishing of the document.

If you enjoy the document, please email Keith -- his address is on page 3 of the PDF. If you have suggestions for the document, please contact him.

Be sure to also download Keith's Escape log.
https://archive.org/details/EscapeLogKeithScott2020

Here is a sample page of the Suspense log.


Re: Superb Suspense log now available as free PDF -- 275+ pages of history and episode casts, and more

Walden Hughes
 

Thank you Joe,

 

Walden

 

From: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io [mailto:main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io] On Behalf Of Joe Webb via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, July 20, 2021 3:10 AM
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Superb Suspense log now available as free PDF -- 275+ pages of history and episode casts, and more

 



DOWNLOAD THE PDF AT
https://archive.org/details/ScottSuspense2021


This the log of Suspense as complied Keith Scott. He researched it for 40+ years, much of it when he made trips from his native Australia to do animation voices and voiceovers in Hollywood. (Keith was a big fan of the Jay Ward cartoons when he was growing up, and became the voice of Bullwinkle in the 2000 movie The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle. He is the author of The Moose that Roared, an entertaining history of the studio.)

Keith also had access to many private research interviews, and conducted many of his own, with producers, directors, actors, effects artists, and others who participated in the program or influenced its production. Many of these details are new to all us Suspense fans.

The 275+ page document includes a series overview (14,000+ words) and the marvelous log of 944 episodes of the series that includes dates of broadcast, casts, plot summaries, and other important (and entertaining) details. Background of some of the recorded or planned broadcasts that were never aired are also included. Important details of the series audition in 1940 and the role of Alfred Hitchcock in the development of Suspense will be new to many collectors.

Keith is making this available as a free PDF. I have been working with him on a lot of Suspense recordings and topics over the past 3 years, but I have known Keith for almost 40 years. A highlight of my OTR life was not meeting some celebrity, or getting a rare program, it was the day that Keith and I spent at Thousand Oaks Library in June 2019 just going through Suspense and other series! I was so pleased to help Keith with proofing, editing, and working on the desktop publishing of the document.

If you enjoy the document, please email Keith -- his address is on page 3 of the PDF. If you have suggestions for the document, please contact him.

Be sure to also download Keith's Escape log.
https://archive.org/details/EscapeLogKeithScott2020

Here is a sample page of the Suspense log.


Superb Suspense log now available as free PDF -- 275+ pages of history and episode casts, and more

Joe Webb
 


This the log of Suspense as complied Keith Scott. He researched it for 40+ years, much of it when he made trips from his native Australia to do animation voices and voiceovers in Hollywood. (Keith was a big fan of the Jay Ward cartoons when he was growing up, and became the voice of Bullwinkle in the 2000 movie The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle. He is the author of The Moose that Roared, an entertaining history of the studio.)

Keith also had access to many private research interviews, and conducted many of his own, with producers, directors, actors, effects artists, and others who participated in the program or influenced its production. Many of these details are new to all us Suspense fans.

The 275+ page document includes a series overview (14,000+ words) and the marvelous log of 944 episodes of the series that includes dates of broadcast, casts, plot summaries, and other important (and entertaining) details. Background of some of the recorded or planned broadcasts that were never aired are also included. Important details of the series audition in 1940 and the role of Alfred Hitchcock in the development of Suspense will be new to many collectors.

Keith is making this available as a free PDF. I have been working with him on a lot of Suspense recordings and topics over the past 3 years, but I have known Keith for almost 40 years. A highlight of my OTR life was not meeting some celebrity, or getting a rare program, it was the day that Keith and I spent at Thousand Oaks Library in June 2019 just going through Suspense and other series! I was so pleased to help Keith with proofing, editing, and working on the desktop publishing of the document.

If you enjoy the document, please email Keith -- his address is on page 3 of the PDF. If you have suggestions for the document, please contact him.

Be sure to also download Keith's Escape log.
https://archive.org/details/EscapeLogKeithScott2020

Here is a sample page of the Suspense log.


Re: ILAM - Million Dollar Curse - Episode 6

Richard Davenport
 

I am missing part 10 of that set.  The chime is in mine but tapers off when the talking starts.

Rick

Labor ipse voluptas


On Wednesday, July 14, 2021, 5:32:29 PM CDT, Jim Jones <otr@...> wrote:


ILAM - Million Dollar Curse - Episode 6.

Episode 6 begins with normal (mutual) intro. At 52 sec the clock starts chiming. At 1:02 Sunny says " I came over ahead of the others, Phil." Phil responds with "So I see." ...
While they speak, the clock continues to chime in the background. The clock chimes were not in original broadcast. They were added later.

DOES ANYONE HAVE THIS EPISODE WITHOUT THE CHIMES EMBEDDED OVER SUNNY AND PHILS CONVERSATION?

Thanks
JJ

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