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Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchersGroup] Re: Kettle Files

Chris J Brady
 

Thank you for the Kettle uploads.

I downloaded all files - but one at a time.

I tried downloading as a single zipped file but the downloads kept timing out.

My speed is 1.5Mbps - huh - so I was watching t.v. whilst each one downloaded.

BUT when I checked - despite all 10 downloads being 'successful' - I found 3 were missing.

The issue I found was that when clicked upon each file asks whether you want to Save a file or Open / Play a file into such as VLC (or installed media player).

What happens is that if you choose to Save a file this appears in c:Users\Owner\downloads as expected

But if you choose Open / Play then the file downloads but to a temporary folder C:\Users\Owner\AppData\Local\Temp and when this is complete doesn't play anyway. That was where my 3 missing downloads were.

I've not met TransferNow and am not impressed - it is not stable.

We do lots of OTR file transfers and use FileConvoy or WeTransfer or PlusTransfer

CJB


Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchersGroup] Re: Goon - Brit Comedy

Larry Gassman
 

Yes, I would love that link as well.

Larry

 

From: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io <main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io> on behalf of Chris J Brady via groups.io <chrisjbrady@...>
Sent: Sunday, August 2, 2020 9:55 AM
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Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] [OldTimeRadioResearchersGroup] Re: Goon - Brit Comedy

 

Is anyone interested in the Goons? I have access to the complete scripts in a PDF file if anyone wants a link.

Chris B.


Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchersGroup] Re: Goon - Brit Comedy

B. J. Watkins
 

Yes, please!


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Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] [OldTimeRadioResearchersGroup] Re: Goon - Brit Comedy
 
Is anyone interested in the Goons? I have access to the complete scripts in a PDF file if anyone wants a link.

Chris B.


Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchersGroup] Re: Goon - Brit Comedy

Damon Fries
 

Sure, love the Goons…..grew up listening to reruns on NPR 

On 2 Aug 2020, at 18:55, Chris J Brady via groups.io <chrisjbrady@...> wrote:

Is anyone interested in the Goons? I have access to the complete scripts in a PDF file if anyone wants a link.

Chris B.


Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchersGroup] Re: Goon - Brit Comedy

Chris J Brady
 

Is anyone interested in the Goons? I have access to the complete scripts in a PDF file if anyone wants a link.

Chris B.


Audition Recording of "Columbia's Country Caravan"

Larry Maupin
 

Broadcast Date: Tuesday, May 1, 1951. CBS. KRLD-Dallas

Host Johnny Higgs

Opening: "From deep in the heart of Texas to all you folks from coast to coast, here comes Columbia's Country Caravan."  Higgs also refers to the program later as "a hillbilly show."

Musical Numbers: Lefty Frizzell, "If You've Got the Money, Honey, I've Got the Time" and "I Want To Be With You Always"; Billy Walker, "Beautiful Brown Eyes"; Leroy Jenkins, "I'm Cryin' But Nobody Cares"; Ray Price, "If You're Ever Lonely Darlin'"; and Betty Johnson, "Dear Lord, Forgive."

Note: This is a good half-hour program with lively music and enjoyable humor.  When a dog approaches you and is barking and wagging its tail at the same time, which end do you believe?  Also,
"What did Uncle Fudd die of?"  Answer: "He died of a Tuesday."  The show originated in Dallas and was meant to be broadcast every Friday evening at 9pm.  It may have caught on locally, and if so perhaps some other episodes will turn up in the future.

--
Larry Maupin


Re: Audition Recording of "Amazing Mr. Smith"

Larry Maupin
 

That is so true Ryan.  Many years ago I happened to be the first person to write a review of the complete broadcast day aired on WJSV-Washington, D.C. on September 21, 1939.  Many more reviews followed, and the last time I looked several thousand people had viewed the collection.

On that subject, I have three more summaries to write on the series of audition recordings that I am working on, and I am not sure that these will be good candidates to be placed on the Archive as a set.  The reason is that they have already been digitized, and as a couple of our members have pointed out most if not all of them are already in the Singles and Doubles collection.  If you have an opinion on that I would like to hear it. 

Thank you! 
Larry

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From: "Ryan Ellett via groups.io"
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io
Cc:
Sent: Saturday August 1 2020 6:58:38PM
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Audition Recording of "Amazing Mr. Smith"

I understand, Larry. Give it time, the audience will grow slow and steady over time. One of our first released sets, In the Name of the Law, is approaching 8,000 views since 2004. And that is by no means a popular series but that's 500 views a year on average, one a day! 
Ryan

www.RyanEllett.com


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

www.OTRR.org
www.OTRRLibrary.org



On Saturday, August 1, 2020, 05:43:01 PM CDT, Larry Maupin <lmaupin@...> wrote:


Ryan, thank you for the suggestion.  I like the sound of the word "huge," but lack the knowledge and means of displaying video images online so have never had a Facebook account.  But I am very happy with the size of the audience my summaries receive in our OTRR groups.

By the way, I noticed that 190 people have now viewed the "Collection of Unique Old-Time Radio Episodes" that you uploaded to the Internet Archive. That is a modest number so far but I have visions of 1,000 and beyond in days to come.  Thank you very much for doing that.

Larry



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From: "Ryan Ellett via groups.io"
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io
Cc:
Sent: Saturday August 1 2020 9:56:58AM
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Audition Recording of "Amazing Mr. Smith"

Larry, I don't know if you're on our Facebook group but if you are, you could post these summaries there as well and get a "huge" audience.
Ryan

www.RyanEllett.com


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

www.OTRR.org
www.OTRRLibrary.org



On Saturday, August 1, 2020, 08:45:42 AM CDT, Larry Maupin <lmaupin@...> wrote:


Broadcast Date: Tuesday, November 5, 1946.  CBS from Hollywood.

Episode Title: "The Hooting Owl"

Cast: Alan Johnson as Jeffrey Smith, Ed Brophy as Herbie.

Premise: Jeffrey Smith is wealthy and carefree, and lives in Beverly Hills.  In this episode he goes adventuring one Friday evening with his manservant Herbie, "speeding up the Pacific Highway toward Loon Point, a small peninsula jutting out into the Pacific north of Santa Barbara."  They are invited guests of Patricia Gilmore, who lives in a gloomy mansion, and become involved in a murder case.  This sounds a lot like a skit from an episode of "Abbott and Costello," and even more like one of their old movies.

--
Larry Maupin

--
Larry Maupin

--
Larry Maupin


Re: Audition Recording of "Amazing Mr. Smith"

Ryan Ellett
 

I understand, Larry. Give it time, the audience will grow slow and steady over time. One of our first released sets, In the Name of the Law, is approaching 8,000 views since 2004. And that is by no means a popular series but that's 500 views a year on average, one a day! 
Ryan

www.RyanEllett.com


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

www.OTRR.org
www.OTRRLibrary.org



On Saturday, August 1, 2020, 05:43:01 PM CDT, Larry Maupin <lmaupin@...> wrote:


Ryan, thank you for the suggestion.  I like the sound of the word "huge," but lack the knowledge and means of displaying video images online so have never had a Facebook account.  But I am very happy with the size of the audience my summaries receive in our OTRR groups.

By the way, I noticed that 190 people have now viewed the "Collection of Unique Old-Time Radio Episodes" that you uploaded to the Internet Archive. That is a modest number so far but I have visions of 1,000 and beyond in days to come.  Thank you very much for doing that.

Larry



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From: "Ryan Ellett via groups.io"
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io
Cc:
Sent: Saturday August 1 2020 9:56:58AM
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Audition Recording of "Amazing Mr. Smith"

Larry, I don't know if you're on our Facebook group but if you are, you could post these summaries there as well and get a "huge" audience.
Ryan

www.RyanEllett.com


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

www.OTRR.org
www.OTRRLibrary.org



On Saturday, August 1, 2020, 08:45:42 AM CDT, Larry Maupin <lmaupin@...> wrote:


Broadcast Date: Tuesday, November 5, 1946.  CBS from Hollywood.

Episode Title: "The Hooting Owl"

Cast: Alan Johnson as Jeffrey Smith, Ed Brophy as Herbie.

Premise: Jeffrey Smith is wealthy and carefree, and lives in Beverly Hills.  In this episode he goes adventuring one Friday evening with his manservant Herbie, "speeding up the Pacific Highway toward Loon Point, a small peninsula jutting out into the Pacific north of Santa Barbara."  They are invited guests of Patricia Gilmore, who lives in a gloomy mansion, and become involved in a murder case.  This sounds a lot like a skit from an episode of "Abbott and Costello," and even more like one of their old movies.

--
Larry Maupin

--
Larry Maupin


Re: Audition Recording of "Amazing Mr. Smith"

Larry Maupin
 

Ryan, thank you for the suggestion.  I like the sound of the word "huge," but lack the knowledge and means of displaying video images online so have never had a Facebook account.  But I am very happy with the size of the audience my summaries receive in our OTRR groups.

By the way, I noticed that 190 people have now viewed the "Collection of Unique Old-Time Radio Episodes" that you uploaded to the Internet Archive. That is a modest number so far but I have visions of 1,000 and beyond in days to come.  Thank you very much for doing that.

Larry



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From: "Ryan Ellett via groups.io"
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io
Cc:
Sent: Saturday August 1 2020 9:56:58AM
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Audition Recording of "Amazing Mr. Smith"

Larry, I don't know if you're on our Facebook group but if you are, you could post these summaries there as well and get a "huge" audience.
Ryan

www.RyanEllett.com


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

www.OTRR.org
www.OTRRLibrary.org



On Saturday, August 1, 2020, 08:45:42 AM CDT, Larry Maupin <lmaupin@...> wrote:


Broadcast Date: Tuesday, November 5, 1946.  CBS from Hollywood.

Episode Title: "The Hooting Owl"

Cast: Alan Johnson as Jeffrey Smith, Ed Brophy as Herbie.

Premise: Jeffrey Smith is wealthy and carefree, and lives in Beverly Hills.  In this episode he goes adventuring one Friday evening with his manservant Herbie, "speeding up the Pacific Highway toward Loon Point, a small peninsula jutting out into the Pacific north of Santa Barbara."  They are invited guests of Patricia Gilmore, who lives in a gloomy mansion, and become involved in a murder case.  This sounds a lot like a skit from an episode of "Abbott and Costello," and even more like one of their old movies.

--
Larry Maupin

--
Larry Maupin


Re: Volunteer opportunities

Wild West Designs
 

I'm up for the artwork portion if needed.

Evan West


-------- Original message --------
From: "Ryan Ellett via groups.io" <oldradiotimes@...>
Date: 8/1/20 3:49 PM (GMT-06:00)
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Volunteer opportunities

Sometimes I'm asked about how an individual can volunteer to help the Old Time Radio Researchers; we are only as strong as our volunteer base, after all. After talking with Joe Webb and Paul Kornman via Zoom (which is fun, OTRR could certainly do more of these online meet-ups), I went back to some old posts by Jim B. and copied down volunteer ideas he had offered at our old site. I've also added some additional items. Opportunities I thought were good for newcomers have an (N) after them. Hopefully you can find something of interest.

Ways Members Can Contribute include:

* create artwork (for CD cases) and and OTR-related pictures (ads, movie posters, premiums, etc.) to our website (N)

* create titles for untitled shows in our library (N)

* work on a bibliography of books for old-time radio fans (N)

* provide opening lines of episode dialogue (our Wiki First Line project; we used to have several members very into this task but many have drifted from the hobby, passed away, or lost interest in this work) (N)

* locate digital scripts that can be added to our library

* find programs not currently in our online audio library

* confirm or correct broadcast dates and times 

* add scans of network promotional materials to our library
 
* search for previously missing episodes

* encoding new material to digital formats from cassettes, reel-to-reels, and transcription records
 
* compile series broadcast logs (preferably using original scripts, newspaper schedules, etc.)
 
* listen to episodes in our library to make sure they are correctly labeled and dated
 
* provide copies of audio material they might have
 
* correct spelling mistakes in episode titles

 


Volunteer opportunities

Ryan Ellett
 

Sometimes I'm asked about how an individual can volunteer to help the Old Time Radio Researchers; we are only as strong as our volunteer base, after all. After talking with Joe Webb and Paul Kornman via Zoom (which is fun, OTRR could certainly do more of these online meet-ups), I went back to some old posts by Jim B. and copied down volunteer ideas he had offered at our old site. I've also added some additional items. Opportunities I thought were good for newcomers have an (N) after them. Hopefully you can find something of interest.

Ways Members Can Contribute include:

* create artwork (for CD cases) and and OTR-related pictures (ads, movie posters, premiums, etc.) to our website (N)

* create titles for untitled shows in our library (N)

* work on a bibliography of books for old-time radio fans (N)

* provide opening lines of episode dialogue (our Wiki First Line project; we used to have several members very into this task but many have drifted from the hobby, passed away, or lost interest in this work) (N)

* locate digital scripts that can be added to our library

* find programs not currently in our online audio library

* confirm or correct broadcast dates and times 

* add scans of network promotional materials to our library
 
* search for previously missing episodes

* encoding new material to digital formats from cassettes, reel-to-reels, and transcription records
 
* compile series broadcast logs (preferably using original scripts, newspaper schedules, etc.)
 
* listen to episodes in our library to make sure they are correctly labeled and dated
 
* provide copies of audio material they might have
 
* correct spelling mistakes in episode titles

 


Re: Audition Recording of "Amazing Mr. Smith"

Ryan Ellett
 

Larry, I don't know if you're on our Facebook group but if you are, you could post these summaries there as well and get a "huge" audience.
Ryan

www.RyanEllett.com


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

www.OTRR.org
www.OTRRLibrary.org



On Saturday, August 1, 2020, 08:45:42 AM CDT, Larry Maupin <lmaupin@...> wrote:


Broadcast Date: Tuesday, November 5, 1946.  CBS from Hollywood.

Episode Title: "The Hooting Owl"

Cast: Alan Johnson as Jeffrey Smith, Ed Brophy as Herbie.

Premise: Jeffrey Smith is wealthy and carefree, and lives in Beverly Hills.  In this episode he goes adventuring one Friday evening with his manservant Herbie, "speeding up the Pacific Highway toward Loon Point, a small peninsula jutting out into the Pacific north of Santa Barbara."  They are invited guests of Patricia Gilmore, who lives in a gloomy mansion, and become involved in a murder case.  This sounds a lot like a skit from an episode of "Abbott and Costello," and even more like one of their old movies.

--
Larry Maupin


Audition Recording of "Amazing Mr. Smith"

Larry Maupin
 

Broadcast Date: Tuesday, November 5, 1946.  CBS from Hollywood.

Episode Title: "The Hooting Owl"

Cast: Alan Johnson as Jeffrey Smith, Ed Brophy as Herbie.

Premise: Jeffrey Smith is wealthy and carefree, and lives in Beverly Hills.  In this episode he goes adventuring one Friday evening with his manservant Herbie, "speeding up the Pacific Highway toward Loon Point, a small peninsula jutting out into the Pacific north of Santa Barbara."  They are invited guests of Patricia Gilmore, who lives in a gloomy mansion, and become involved in a murder case.  This sounds a lot like a skit from an episode of "Abbott and Costello," and even more like one of their old movies.

--
Larry Maupin


Re: Tales of the Texas Rangers

Richard Davenport
 

Ryan,
If you can come up with a reasonable name and date I will add a simple txt file to that folder to replace the missing file so at least the info is there.  How about this?

Rick

Tales Of The Texas Rangers - 0041 - 51-04-30 - Truck Driver?

Labor ipse voluptas


On Friday, July 31, 2020, 4:11:37 PM CDT, Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...> wrote:


Got them. Those copies are labeled correctly, the audition. Ep 41 (along with 1, 16, 29) isn't known to exist but Don found a brief description that it's about a whiskey truck driver who is killed on the highway. I'm sure he got that from a newspaper description. New stuff regularly surfaces, though, so maybe the rest of the series is hiding out there.
Ryan

www.RyanEllett.com


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

www.OTRR.org
www.OTRRLibrary.org



On Friday, July 31, 2020, 03:57:18 PM CDT, Richard Davenport <klingon1@...> wrote:


It is the same show but one is a higher bit rate.  It is title Just A Number per the announcer.  I have attached them below.  I am only missing #41.  Wouldn't it be grand if this is #41.  

Labor ipse voluptas


On Friday, July 31, 2020, 9:03:43 AM CDT, Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...> wrote:


Below is the set shared with OTRR by Don Carr. It matches up with Jerry's set. It is missing a couple that Goldin lists in his holdings but includes at least one that he does not have. If members have any episodes that, after checking the title which is usually announced at the beginning, don't match here please consider submitting it on the off-chance it's not a widely circulating recording.

Ryan

TotTxRngrs 1950-04-13 Just A Number (Audition).mp3       [25 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-07-15 (02) The White Elephant.mp3        [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-07-22 (03) Apache Peak.mp3               [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-07-29 (04) The Trigger Man.mp3           [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-08-05 (05) Quicksilver.mp3               [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-08-12 (06) The Broken Spur.mp3           [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-08-19 (07) Fool's Gold.mp3               [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-08-26 (08) The Open Range.mp3            [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-09-02 (09) Play For Keeps.mp3            [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-09-09 (10) Dead Or Alive.mp3             [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-09-16 (11) Candy Man.mp3                 [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-09-30 (13) Clean Up.mp3                  [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-10-08 (14) Living Death.mp3              [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-10-15 (15) Dead Give-Away.mp3            [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-10-29 (17) Soft Touch.mp3                [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-11-05 (18) The White Suit.mp3            [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-11-12 (19) Blood Relative.mp3            [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-11-26 (20) Hanging By A Thread.mp3       [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-12-03 (21) Room 114.mp3                  [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-12-10 (22) The Lucky Dollar.mp3          [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-12-17 (23) The Cactus Pear.mp3           [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-12-24 (24) Christmas Present.mp3         [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-12-31 (25) The Devil's Share.mp3         [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-01-07 (26) Deadhead Freight.mp3          [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-01-14 (27) Death In The Cards.mp3        [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-01-21 (28) Blood Harvest.mp3             [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-02-04 (30) Logger's Larceny.mp3          [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-02-11 (31) The Hatchet.mp3               [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-02-18 (32) Sweet Harvest.mp3             [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-02-25 (33) The Trap.mp3                  [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-03-11 (34) Blind Justice.mp3             [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-03-18 (35) Death By Adoption.mp3         [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-03-25 (36) Breakdown.mp3                 [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-04-01 (37) Pressure.mp3                  [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-04-08 (38) Bad Blood.mp3                 [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-04-15 (39) Conspiracy.mp3                [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-04-22 (40) Canned Death.mp3              [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-05-06 (42) No Living Witnesses.mp3       [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-05-13 (43) Paid In Full.mp3              [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-05-20 (44) Square Dance.mp3              [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-05-27 (45) Joy Ride.mp3                  [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-09-30 (46) Death Shaft.mp3               [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-10-07 (47) The Wheelchair Killer.mp3     [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-10-14 (48) Play For Keeps.mp3            [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-10-21 (49) Fugitive's Trail.mp3          [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-10-28 (50) The White Elephant.mp3        [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-11-04 (51) Helping Hand.mp3              [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-11-11 (52) Open And Shut.mp3             [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-11-18 (53) Wild Crop.mp3                 [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-11-25 (54) The Blow Off.mp3              [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-12-02 (55) The Dead Give-Away.mp3        [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-12-09 (56) Death Plant.mp3               [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-12-16 (57) Pick-Up.mp3                   [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-12-23 (58) Christmas Payoff.mp3          [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-12-30 (59) Killer's Crop.mp3             [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-01-06 (60) Birds Of A Feather.mp3        [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-01-13 (61) Clip Job.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-01-20 (62) Blood Trail.mp3               [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-01-27 (63) Night Chase.mp3               [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-02-03 (64) The Rub Out.mp3               [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-02-10 (65) Hitchhiker.mp3                [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-02-17 (66) Cold Blood.mp3                [39 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-02-24 (67) Bright Boy.mp3                [41 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-03-02 (68) The Ice Man.mp3               [41 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-03-09 (69) Dream Farm.mp3                [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-03-16 (70) Prelude To Felony.mp3         [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-03-30 (71) Nighthawk.mp3                 [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-04-06 (72) Troop Train.mp3               [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-04-13 (73) Uncertain Death.mp3           [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-04-20 (74) Illusion.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-04-27 (75) Address Unknown.mp3           [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-05-04 (76) Little Sister.mp3             [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-05-11 (77) Unleashed Fury.mp3            [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-05-18 (78) Smart Kill.mp3                [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-05-25 (79) Jailbird.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-06-01 (80) Sell-Out.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-06-08 (81) Illegal Entry.mp3             [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-06-15 (82) Travesty.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-06-22 (83) Knockout.mp3                  [41 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-06-29 (84) Ex-Con.mp3                    [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-07-06 (85) The Boomerang.mp3             [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-07-13 (86) Finger Man.mp3                [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-07-20 (87) Round Trip.mp3                [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-07-27 (88) Stick-Up.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-08-03 (89) Double Edge.mp3               [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-08-10 (90) Last Stop.mp3                 [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-08-17 (91) Cover-Up.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-08-24 (92) Three Victims.mp3             [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-08-31 (93) Misplaced Person.mp3          [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-09-07 (94) Alibi.mp3                     [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-09-14 (95) Drive-In.mp3                  [40 MB]


Re: Bob Hope site

jackies@tularosa.net
 

Ryan:

I like Bob Hope also especially the movies with Jerry Lewis. I would like
the information when you get any also.

Jackie Schlageter


Re: Tales of the Texas Rangers

Ryan Ellett
 

Got them. Those copies are labeled correctly, the audition. Ep 41 (along with 1, 16, 29) isn't known to exist but Don found a brief description that it's about a whiskey truck driver who is killed on the highway. I'm sure he got that from a newspaper description. New stuff regularly surfaces, though, so maybe the rest of the series is hiding out there.
Ryan

www.RyanEllett.com


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

www.OTRR.org
www.OTRRLibrary.org



On Friday, July 31, 2020, 03:57:18 PM CDT, Richard Davenport <klingon1@...> wrote:


It is the same show but one is a higher bit rate.  It is title Just A Number per the announcer.  I have attached them below.  I am only missing #41.  Wouldn't it be grand if this is #41.  

Labor ipse voluptas


On Friday, July 31, 2020, 9:03:43 AM CDT, Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...> wrote:


Below is the set shared with OTRR by Don Carr. It matches up with Jerry's set. It is missing a couple that Goldin lists in his holdings but includes at least one that he does not have. If members have any episodes that, after checking the title which is usually announced at the beginning, don't match here please consider submitting it on the off-chance it's not a widely circulating recording.

Ryan

TotTxRngrs 1950-04-13 Just A Number (Audition).mp3       [25 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-07-15 (02) The White Elephant.mp3        [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-07-22 (03) Apache Peak.mp3               [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-07-29 (04) The Trigger Man.mp3           [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-08-05 (05) Quicksilver.mp3               [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-08-12 (06) The Broken Spur.mp3           [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-08-19 (07) Fool's Gold.mp3               [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-08-26 (08) The Open Range.mp3            [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-09-02 (09) Play For Keeps.mp3            [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-09-09 (10) Dead Or Alive.mp3             [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-09-16 (11) Candy Man.mp3                 [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-09-30 (13) Clean Up.mp3                  [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-10-08 (14) Living Death.mp3              [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-10-15 (15) Dead Give-Away.mp3            [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-10-29 (17) Soft Touch.mp3                [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-11-05 (18) The White Suit.mp3            [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-11-12 (19) Blood Relative.mp3            [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-11-26 (20) Hanging By A Thread.mp3       [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-12-03 (21) Room 114.mp3                  [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-12-10 (22) The Lucky Dollar.mp3          [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-12-17 (23) The Cactus Pear.mp3           [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-12-24 (24) Christmas Present.mp3         [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-12-31 (25) The Devil's Share.mp3         [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-01-07 (26) Deadhead Freight.mp3          [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-01-14 (27) Death In The Cards.mp3        [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-01-21 (28) Blood Harvest.mp3             [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-02-04 (30) Logger's Larceny.mp3          [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-02-11 (31) The Hatchet.mp3               [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-02-18 (32) Sweet Harvest.mp3             [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-02-25 (33) The Trap.mp3                  [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-03-11 (34) Blind Justice.mp3             [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-03-18 (35) Death By Adoption.mp3         [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-03-25 (36) Breakdown.mp3                 [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-04-01 (37) Pressure.mp3                  [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-04-08 (38) Bad Blood.mp3                 [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-04-15 (39) Conspiracy.mp3                [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-04-22 (40) Canned Death.mp3              [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-05-06 (42) No Living Witnesses.mp3       [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-05-13 (43) Paid In Full.mp3              [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-05-20 (44) Square Dance.mp3              [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-05-27 (45) Joy Ride.mp3                  [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-09-30 (46) Death Shaft.mp3               [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-10-07 (47) The Wheelchair Killer.mp3     [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-10-14 (48) Play For Keeps.mp3            [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-10-21 (49) Fugitive's Trail.mp3          [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-10-28 (50) The White Elephant.mp3        [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-11-04 (51) Helping Hand.mp3              [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-11-11 (52) Open And Shut.mp3             [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-11-18 (53) Wild Crop.mp3                 [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-11-25 (54) The Blow Off.mp3              [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-12-02 (55) The Dead Give-Away.mp3        [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-12-09 (56) Death Plant.mp3               [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-12-16 (57) Pick-Up.mp3                   [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-12-23 (58) Christmas Payoff.mp3          [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-12-30 (59) Killer's Crop.mp3             [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-01-06 (60) Birds Of A Feather.mp3        [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-01-13 (61) Clip Job.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-01-20 (62) Blood Trail.mp3               [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-01-27 (63) Night Chase.mp3               [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-02-03 (64) The Rub Out.mp3               [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-02-10 (65) Hitchhiker.mp3                [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-02-17 (66) Cold Blood.mp3                [39 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-02-24 (67) Bright Boy.mp3                [41 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-03-02 (68) The Ice Man.mp3               [41 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-03-09 (69) Dream Farm.mp3                [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-03-16 (70) Prelude To Felony.mp3         [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-03-30 (71) Nighthawk.mp3                 [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-04-06 (72) Troop Train.mp3               [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-04-13 (73) Uncertain Death.mp3           [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-04-20 (74) Illusion.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-04-27 (75) Address Unknown.mp3           [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-05-04 (76) Little Sister.mp3             [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-05-11 (77) Unleashed Fury.mp3            [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-05-18 (78) Smart Kill.mp3                [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-05-25 (79) Jailbird.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-06-01 (80) Sell-Out.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-06-08 (81) Illegal Entry.mp3             [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-06-15 (82) Travesty.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-06-22 (83) Knockout.mp3                  [41 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-06-29 (84) Ex-Con.mp3                    [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-07-06 (85) The Boomerang.mp3             [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-07-13 (86) Finger Man.mp3                [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-07-20 (87) Round Trip.mp3                [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-07-27 (88) Stick-Up.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-08-03 (89) Double Edge.mp3               [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-08-10 (90) Last Stop.mp3                 [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-08-17 (91) Cover-Up.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-08-24 (92) Three Victims.mp3             [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-08-31 (93) Misplaced Person.mp3          [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-09-07 (94) Alibi.mp3                     [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-09-14 (95) Drive-In.mp3                  [40 MB]


Re: Bob Hope site

Chris Williams
 

A Bob Hope fan here.  Have several of his non road movies.   Always looking for more.



On Jul 31, 2020, at 3:34 PM, Richard Davenport <klingon1@...> wrote:

I have about 390 files in my Bob Hope folder and some for the Bob Hope comics. 

Rick

Labor ipse voluptas


On Friday, July 31, 2020, 2:28:34 PM CDT, Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...> wrote:


All,
I received an email from a non-member who is a big Bob Hope fan. He is looking for some good Bob Hope fan sites that are not connected to the Hope estate. I don't know much about the larger Bob Hope fandom but some of you might. A quick Google search pulled up a couple such sites but I don't know which ones might be the better established ones. Can anyone provide helpful info I can pass on to the gentleman?
Ryan


Re: Tales of the Texas Rangers

Richard Davenport
 

It is the same show but one is a higher bit rate.  It is title Just A Number per the announcer.  I have attached them below.  I am only missing #41.  Wouldn't it be grand if this is #41.  

Labor ipse voluptas


On Friday, July 31, 2020, 9:03:43 AM CDT, Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...> wrote:


Below is the set shared with OTRR by Don Carr. It matches up with Jerry's set. It is missing a couple that Goldin lists in his holdings but includes at least one that he does not have. If members have any episodes that, after checking the title which is usually announced at the beginning, don't match here please consider submitting it on the off-chance it's not a widely circulating recording.

Ryan

TotTxRngrs 1950-04-13 Just A Number (Audition).mp3       [25 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-07-15 (02) The White Elephant.mp3        [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-07-22 (03) Apache Peak.mp3               [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-07-29 (04) The Trigger Man.mp3           [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-08-05 (05) Quicksilver.mp3               [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-08-12 (06) The Broken Spur.mp3           [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-08-19 (07) Fool's Gold.mp3               [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-08-26 (08) The Open Range.mp3            [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-09-02 (09) Play For Keeps.mp3            [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-09-09 (10) Dead Or Alive.mp3             [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-09-16 (11) Candy Man.mp3                 [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-09-30 (13) Clean Up.mp3                  [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-10-08 (14) Living Death.mp3              [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-10-15 (15) Dead Give-Away.mp3            [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-10-29 (17) Soft Touch.mp3                [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-11-05 (18) The White Suit.mp3            [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-11-12 (19) Blood Relative.mp3            [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-11-26 (20) Hanging By A Thread.mp3       [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-12-03 (21) Room 114.mp3                  [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-12-10 (22) The Lucky Dollar.mp3          [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-12-17 (23) The Cactus Pear.mp3           [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-12-24 (24) Christmas Present.mp3         [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1950-12-31 (25) The Devil's Share.mp3         [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-01-07 (26) Deadhead Freight.mp3          [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-01-14 (27) Death In The Cards.mp3        [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-01-21 (28) Blood Harvest.mp3             [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-02-04 (30) Logger's Larceny.mp3          [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-02-11 (31) The Hatchet.mp3               [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-02-18 (32) Sweet Harvest.mp3             [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-02-25 (33) The Trap.mp3                  [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-03-11 (34) Blind Justice.mp3             [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-03-18 (35) Death By Adoption.mp3         [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-03-25 (36) Breakdown.mp3                 [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-04-01 (37) Pressure.mp3                  [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-04-08 (38) Bad Blood.mp3                 [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-04-15 (39) Conspiracy.mp3                [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-04-22 (40) Canned Death.mp3              [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-05-06 (42) No Living Witnesses.mp3       [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-05-13 (43) Paid In Full.mp3              [26 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-05-20 (44) Square Dance.mp3              [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-05-27 (45) Joy Ride.mp3                  [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-09-30 (46) Death Shaft.mp3               [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-10-07 (47) The Wheelchair Killer.mp3     [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-10-14 (48) Play For Keeps.mp3            [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-10-21 (49) Fugitive's Trail.mp3          [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-10-28 (50) The White Elephant.mp3        [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-11-04 (51) Helping Hand.mp3              [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-11-11 (52) Open And Shut.mp3             [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-11-18 (53) Wild Crop.mp3                 [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-11-25 (54) The Blow Off.mp3              [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-12-02 (55) The Dead Give-Away.mp3        [27 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-12-09 (56) Death Plant.mp3               [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-12-16 (57) Pick-Up.mp3                   [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-12-23 (58) Christmas Payoff.mp3          [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1951-12-30 (59) Killer's Crop.mp3             [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-01-06 (60) Birds Of A Feather.mp3        [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-01-13 (61) Clip Job.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-01-20 (62) Blood Trail.mp3               [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-01-27 (63) Night Chase.mp3               [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-02-03 (64) The Rub Out.mp3               [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-02-10 (65) Hitchhiker.mp3                [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-02-17 (66) Cold Blood.mp3                [39 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-02-24 (67) Bright Boy.mp3                [41 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-03-02 (68) The Ice Man.mp3               [41 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-03-09 (69) Dream Farm.mp3                [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-03-16 (70) Prelude To Felony.mp3         [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-03-30 (71) Nighthawk.mp3                 [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-04-06 (72) Troop Train.mp3               [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-04-13 (73) Uncertain Death.mp3           [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-04-20 (74) Illusion.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-04-27 (75) Address Unknown.mp3           [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-05-04 (76) Little Sister.mp3             [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-05-11 (77) Unleashed Fury.mp3            [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-05-18 (78) Smart Kill.mp3                [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-05-25 (79) Jailbird.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-06-01 (80) Sell-Out.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-06-08 (81) Illegal Entry.mp3             [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-06-15 (82) Travesty.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-06-22 (83) Knockout.mp3                  [41 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-06-29 (84) Ex-Con.mp3                    [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-07-06 (85) The Boomerang.mp3             [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-07-13 (86) Finger Man.mp3                [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-07-20 (87) Round Trip.mp3                [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-07-27 (88) Stick-Up.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-08-03 (89) Double Edge.mp3               [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-08-10 (90) Last Stop.mp3                 [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-08-17 (91) Cover-Up.mp3                  [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-08-24 (92) Three Victims.mp3             [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-08-31 (93) Misplaced Person.mp3          [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-09-07 (94) Alibi.mp3                     [40 MB]
TotTxRngrs 1952-09-14 (95) Drive-In.mp3                  [40 MB]


Re: Bob Hope site

Richard Davenport
 

I have about 390 files in my Bob Hope folder and some for the Bob Hope comics. 

Rick

Labor ipse voluptas


On Friday, July 31, 2020, 2:28:34 PM CDT, Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...> wrote:


All,
I received an email from a non-member who is a big Bob Hope fan. He is looking for some good Bob Hope fan sites that are not connected to the Hope estate. I don't know much about the larger Bob Hope fandom but some of you might. A quick Google search pulled up a couple such sites but I don't know which ones might be the better established ones. Can anyone provide helpful info I can pass on to the gentleman?
Ryan


Bob Hope site

Ryan Ellett
 

All,
I received an email from a non-member who is a big Bob Hope fan. He is looking for some good Bob Hope fan sites that are not connected to the Hope estate. I don't know much about the larger Bob Hope fandom but some of you might. A quick Google search pulled up a couple such sites but I don't know which ones might be the better established ones. Can anyone provide helpful info I can pass on to the gentleman?
Ryan