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Re: Final Post on Fibber McGee Episodes

BrianWest2@...
 

Larry,

I thought I already joined last Spring to get your articles that you were writing foe their publication. Has it been over a year already?

Brian


-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Maupin <lmaupin@...>
To: 'main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io' <main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Oct 4, 2021 2:07 pm
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Final Post on Fibber McGee Episodes

Hi Brian,

It may be that the message I posted this morning was not clear enough.  The 11 Fibber McGee episodes and the 9 OTR soap opera shows are all still available, and all you have to do to get  them is join REPS just as a dozen other members of the OTRR Group have since my first post about the programs.

I think my instructions in this morning's post were clear, and it would be great to have you as a member of REPS if you decide to become one.

Best regards,

Larry

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From: "BrianWest2 via groups.io"
To: "main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io"
Cc:
Sent: Monday October 4 2021 10:39:24AM
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Final Post on Fibber McGee Episodes

Hi Larry,

I'm not sure that I am following this correctly, but I haven't received the fibber mcgee episodes and this email says that they have been deleted. Did you send them to me and I somehow missed them, or am I misreading the email?

Regards,

Brian


-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Maupin <lmaupin@...>
To: 'main@oldtimeradioresearchers.groups.io' <main@oldtimeradioresearchers.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Oct 4, 2021 10:19 am
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Final Post on Fibber McGee Episodes

Hello to all fellow members.  Last week about 12 members of this group joined REPS in order to receive 11 Fibber McGee and Molly shows, 9 old-time radio soap opera episodes, or both.  By now they all have everything they wanted as well as all the other benefits associated with their membership.

I was going to extend the deadline to join for four more days, then realized that another deadline would now be pointless.  Anyone in this group can join at any time and receive anything they want that is in the online library collection.  If the Fibber McGee and soap opera files are deleted due to lack of downloads then you would not be able to get them, but I do not anticipate that happening in the immediate future.

You do not need to contact me again unless you need a pen pal or have decided to join REPS.  I will repeat the process of doing that one more time.  You type "Radio Enthusiasts of Puget Sound" into your browser, then click on the link that takes you to the website, then hover on "Get Involved." then click on "Join REPS" in the menu that drops down and you will be taken to the payment page where you can subscribe to a one-year membership for $25 using PayPal or a credit card.

After you do that, just forward the receipt that will appear in your Inbox to me, and I will send it to the board secretary who will get you properly enrolled.  Then just let me know whether you would like to have the 11 Fibber McGee episodes, the 9 OTR soap opera episodes, or both, and I will have everything to you within 24 hours and probably much sooner.

Best Regards.

Larry Maupin

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Larry Maupin

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Larry Maupin


Re: Final Post on Fibber McGee Episodes

Larry Maupin
 

Hi John,

It is never a bother to hear from you, and I'm sorry about the frustration you must be experiencing.

But if you read the message to which you are replying closely, you will see instructions on how to join REPS, which is the only way you can get the 20 episodes from me.  I hope you do decide to join, and if you do I will send all the episodes to you as soon as you forward the receipt that will immediately appear in your Inbox to me.

Best regards,

Larry

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From: "John Nicholson"
To: main@oldtimeradioresearchers.groups.io
Cc:
Sent: Monday October 4 2021 2:04:56PM
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Final Post on Fibber McGee Episodes

Hi Larry,
   This is my third note to you. I have been a REPS member for nearly three years. I haven’t received the FM & M or soap operas yet. The library link on the web site gives me a critical error and there appears to be no place to log in. I’m a little confused right now and would really appreciate it if you could send me the episodes and check out the two problems on the site, or let someone know that can check it out. Sorry to keep bothering you.

John Nicholson

On Oct 4, 2021, at 9:39 AM, BrianWest2 via groups.io <BrianWest2@...> wrote:


Hi Larry,

I'm not sure that I am following this correctly, but I haven't received the fibber mcgee episodes and this email says that they have been deleted. Did you send them to me and I somehow missed them, or am I misreading the email?

Regards,

Brian


-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Maupin <lmaupin@...>
To: 'main@oldtimeradioresearchers.groups.io' <main@oldtimeradioresearchers.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Oct 4, 2021 10:19 am
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Final Post on Fibber McGee Episodes

Hello to all fellow members.  Last week about 12 members of this group joined REPS in order to receive 11 Fibber McGee and Molly shows, 9 old-time radio soap opera episodes, or both.  By now they all have everything they wanted as well as all the other benefits associated with their membership.

I was going to extend the deadline to join for four more days, then realized that another deadline would now be pointless.  Anyone in this group can join at any time and receive anything they want that is in the online library collection.  If the Fibber McGee and soap opera files are deleted due to lack of downloads then you would not be able to get them, but I do not anticipate that happening in the immediate future.

You do not need to contact me again unless you need a pen pal or have decided to join REPS.  I will repeat the process of doing that one more time.  You type "Radio Enthusiasts of Puget Sound" into your browser, then click on the link that takes you to the website, then hover on "Get Involved." then click on "Join REPS" in the menu that drops down and you will be taken to the payment page where you can subscribe to a one-year membership for $25 using PayPal or a credit card.

After you do that, just forward the receipt that will appear in your Inbox to me, and I will send it to the board secretary who will get you properly enrolled.  Then just let me know whether you would like to have the 11 Fibber McGee episodes, the 9 OTR soap opera episodes, or both, and I will have everything to you within 24 hours and probably much sooner.

Best Regards.

Larry Maupin

--
Larry Maupin

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Larry Maupin


Re: Final Post on Fibber McGee Episodes

Larry Maupin
 

Hi Brian,

It may be that the message I posted this morning was not clear enough.  The 11 Fibber McGee episodes and the 9 OTR soap opera shows are all still available, and all you have to do to get  them is join REPS just as a dozen other members of the OTRR Group have since my first post about the programs.

I think my instructions in this morning's post were clear, and it would be great to have you as a member of REPS if you decide to become one.

Best regards,

Larry

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From: "BrianWest2 via groups.io"
To: "main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io"
Cc:
Sent: Monday October 4 2021 10:39:24AM
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Final Post on Fibber McGee Episodes

Hi Larry,

I'm not sure that I am following this correctly, but I haven't received the fibber mcgee episodes and this email says that they have been deleted. Did you send them to me and I somehow missed them, or am I misreading the email?

Regards,

Brian


-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Maupin <lmaupin@...>
To: 'main@oldtimeradioresearchers.groups.io' <main@oldtimeradioresearchers.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Oct 4, 2021 10:19 am
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Final Post on Fibber McGee Episodes

Hello to all fellow members.  Last week about 12 members of this group joined REPS in order to receive 11 Fibber McGee and Molly shows, 9 old-time radio soap opera episodes, or both.  By now they all have everything they wanted as well as all the other benefits associated with their membership.

I was going to extend the deadline to join for four more days, then realized that another deadline would now be pointless.  Anyone in this group can join at any time and receive anything they want that is in the online library collection.  If the Fibber McGee and soap opera files are deleted due to lack of downloads then you would not be able to get them, but I do not anticipate that happening in the immediate future.

You do not need to contact me again unless you need a pen pal or have decided to join REPS.  I will repeat the process of doing that one more time.  You type "Radio Enthusiasts of Puget Sound" into your browser, then click on the link that takes you to the website, then hover on "Get Involved." then click on "Join REPS" in the menu that drops down and you will be taken to the payment page where you can subscribe to a one-year membership for $25 using PayPal or a credit card.

After you do that, just forward the receipt that will appear in your Inbox to me, and I will send it to the board secretary who will get you properly enrolled.  Then just let me know whether you would like to have the 11 Fibber McGee episodes, the 9 OTR soap opera episodes, or both, and I will have everything to you within 24 hours and probably much sooner.

Best Regards.

Larry Maupin

--
Larry Maupin

--
Larry Maupin


Re: Final Post on Fibber McGee Episodes

John Nicholson
 

Hi Larry,
   This is my third note to you. I have been a REPS member for nearly three years. I haven’t received the FM & M or soap operas yet. The library link on the web site gives me a critical error and there appears to be no place to log in. I’m a little confused right now and would really appreciate it if you could send me the episodes and check out the two problems on the site, or let someone know that can check it out. Sorry to keep bothering you.

John Nicholson

On Oct 4, 2021, at 9:39 AM, BrianWest2 via groups.io <BrianWest2@...> wrote:


Hi Larry,

I'm not sure that I am following this correctly, but I haven't received the fibber mcgee episodes and this email says that they have been deleted. Did you send them to me and I somehow missed them, or am I misreading the email?

Regards,

Brian


-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Maupin <lmaupin@...>
To: 'main@oldtimeradioresearchers.groups.io' <main@oldtimeradioresearchers.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Oct 4, 2021 10:19 am
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Final Post on Fibber McGee Episodes

Hello to all fellow members.  Last week about 12 members of this group joined REPS in order to receive 11 Fibber McGee and Molly shows, 9 old-time radio soap opera episodes, or both.  By now they all have everything they wanted as well as all the other benefits associated with their membership.

I was going to extend the deadline to join for four more days, then realized that another deadline would now be pointless.  Anyone in this group can join at any time and receive anything they want that is in the online library collection.  If the Fibber McGee and soap opera files are deleted due to lack of downloads then you would not be able to get them, but I do not anticipate that happening in the immediate future.

You do not need to contact me again unless you need a pen pal or have decided to join REPS.  I will repeat the process of doing that one more time.  You type "Radio Enthusiasts of Puget Sound" into your browser, then click on the link that takes you to the website, then hover on "Get Involved." then click on "Join REPS" in the menu that drops down and you will be taken to the payment page where you can subscribe to a one-year membership for $25 using PayPal or a credit card.

After you do that, just forward the receipt that will appear in your Inbox to me, and I will send it to the board secretary who will get you properly enrolled.  Then just let me know whether you would like to have the 11 Fibber McGee episodes, the 9 OTR soap opera episodes, or both, and I will have everything to you within 24 hours and probably much sooner.

Best Regards.

Larry Maupin

--
Larry Maupin


Re: Final Post on Fibber McGee Episodes

Larry Maupin
 



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From: "BrianWest2 via groups.io"
To: "main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io"
Cc:
Sent: Monday October 4 2021 10:39:24AM
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Final Post on Fibber McGee Episodes

Hi Larry,

I'm not sure that I am following this correctly, but I haven't received the fibber mcgee episodes and this email says that they have been deleted. Did you send them to me and I somehow missed them, or am I misreading the email?

Regards,

Brian


-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Maupin <lmaupin@...>
To: 'main@oldtimeradioresearchers.groups.io' <main@oldtimeradioresearchers.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Oct 4, 2021 10:19 am
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Final Post on Fibber McGee Episodes

Hello to all fellow members. Last week about 12 members of this group joined REPS in order to receive 11 Fibber McGee and Molly shows, 9 old-time radio soap opera episodes, or both. By now they all have everything they wanted as well as all the other benefits associated with their membership.

I was going to extend the deadline to join for four more days, then realized that another deadline would now be pointless. Anyone in this group can join at any time and receive anything they want that is in the online library collection. If the Fibber McGee and soap opera files are deleted due to lack of downloads then you would not be able to get them, but I do not anticipate that happening in the immediate future.

You do not need to contact me again unless you need a pen pal or have decided to join REPS. I will repeat the process of doing that one more time. You type "Radio Enthusiasts of Puget Sound" into your browser, then click on the link that takes you to the website, then hover on "Get Involved." then click on "Join REPS" in the menu that drops down and you will be taken to the payment page where you can subscribe to a one-year membership for $25 using PayPal or a credit card.

After you do that, just forward the receipt that will appear in your Inbox to me, and I will send it to the board secretary who will get you properly enrolled. Then just let me know whether you would like to have the 11 Fibber McGee episodes, the 9 OTR soap opera episodes, or both, and I will have everything to you within 24 hours and probably much sooner.

Best Regards.

Larry Maupin

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Larry Maupin

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Larry Maupin


Re: Dan Duryea bio

K & J Hammel
 

Ryan, Do you still need a bio for Dan Duryea?  If so, let me know.  I think I can cobble one together.

Kathy 

On Thursday, September 30, 2021, 06:00:54 AM PDT, Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...> wrote:


We need a short bio of Dan Duryea, the lead in an upcoming set The Man From Homicide. If you'd like to write one, please let me know.

Ryan


Re: Springbok Radio

Scott Galley
 


Re: Final Post on Fibber McGee Episodes

BrianWest2@...
 

Hi Larry,

I'm not sure that I am following this correctly, but I haven't received the fibber mcgee episodes and this email says that they have been deleted. Did you send them to me and I somehow missed them, or am I misreading the email?

Regards,

Brian


-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Maupin <lmaupin@...>
To: 'main@oldtimeradioresearchers.groups.io' <main@oldtimeradioresearchers.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Oct 4, 2021 10:19 am
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Final Post on Fibber McGee Episodes

Hello to all fellow members.  Last week about 12 members of this group joined REPS in order to receive 11 Fibber McGee and Molly shows, 9 old-time radio soap opera episodes, or both.  By now they all have everything they wanted as well as all the other benefits associated with their membership.

I was going to extend the deadline to join for four more days, then realized that another deadline would now be pointless.  Anyone in this group can join at any time and receive anything they want that is in the online library collection.  If the Fibber McGee and soap opera files are deleted due to lack of downloads then you would not be able to get them, but I do not anticipate that happening in the immediate future.

You do not need to contact me again unless you need a pen pal or have decided to join REPS.  I will repeat the process of doing that one more time.  You type "Radio Enthusiasts of Puget Sound" into your browser, then click on the link that takes you to the website, then hover on "Get Involved." then click on "Join REPS" in the menu that drops down and you will be taken to the payment page where you can subscribe to a one-year membership for $25 using PayPal or a credit card.

After you do that, just forward the receipt that will appear in your Inbox to me, and I will send it to the board secretary who will get you properly enrolled.  Then just let me know whether you would like to have the 11 Fibber McGee episodes, the 9 OTR soap opera episodes, or both, and I will have everything to you within 24 hours and probably much sooner.

Best Regards.

Larry Maupin

--
Larry Maupin


Final Post on Fibber McGee Episodes

Larry Maupin
 

Hello to all fellow members.  Last week about 12 members of this group joined REPS in order to receive 11 Fibber McGee and Molly shows, 9 old-time radio soap opera episodes, or both.  By now they all have everything they wanted as well as all the other benefits associated with their membership.

I was going to extend the deadline to join for four more days, then realized that another deadline would now be pointless.  Anyone in this group can join at any time and receive anything they want that is in the online library collection.  If the Fibber McGee and soap opera files are deleted due to lack of downloads then you would not be able to get them, but I do not anticipate that happening in the immediate future.

You do not need to contact me again unless you need a pen pal or have decided to join REPS.  I will repeat the process of doing that one more time.  You type "Radio Enthusiasts of Puget Sound" into your browser, then click on the link that takes you to the website, then hover on "Get Involved." then click on "Join REPS" in the menu that drops down and you will be taken to the payment page where you can subscribe to a one-year membership for $25 using PayPal or a credit card.

After you do that, just forward the receipt that will appear in your Inbox to me, and I will send it to the board secretary who will get you properly enrolled.  Then just let me know whether you would like to have the 11 Fibber McGee episodes, the 9 OTR soap opera episodes, or both, and I will have everything to you within 24 hours and probably much sooner.

Best Regards.

Larry Maupin

--
Larry Maupin


Re: Springbok Radio

Scott
 

I've removed Afloat from the SA menu, but I'm using that one as the AUS version since I believe that one has the better sound quality and correct speed.


Re: Springbok Radio

Scott
 

Ian I think you're right I've got my headphones on and the speeds are different making them sound like two different casts. 


Re: Springbok Radio

Scott
 

Ian, but they sound entirely different. With different scripts and casts. Or am I wrong about that?


Re: Springbok Radio

Ian Grieve
 

They aren't two different versions.  They are both George Edwards.  Someone has just misidentified one copy as S.A.

Ian

------ Original Message ------
From: "Scott" <hello@...>
Sent: 4/10/2021 10:15:34 PM
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Springbok Radio

I have two different versions of Afloat with Henry Morgan:

I have this one listed as the (AUS) version: https://www.radio.dieselpunkindustries.com/player/?series=afloat-with-henry-morgan
and this one as (SA): https://www.radio.dieselpunkindustries.com/player/?series=afloat-with-henry-morgan-sa&menu=sa

Thanks,
Scott


Re: Springbok Radio

Scott
 

I have two different versions of Afloat with Henry Morgan:

I have this one listed as the (AUS) version: https://www.radio.dieselpunkindustries.com/player/?series=afloat-with-henry-morgan
and this one as (SA): https://www.radio.dieselpunkindustries.com/player/?series=afloat-with-henry-morgan-sa&menu=sa

Thanks,
Scott


Re: Springbok Radio

Ian Grieve
 

It doesn't list Afloat With Henry Morgan.  There is plenty of other actual S.A. series not listed either, I am sure.

Ian

------ Original Message ------
From: "Richard Davenport" <klingon1@...>
Sent: 4/10/2021 12:44:45 PM
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Springbok Radio

On Sunday, October 3, 2021, 05:42:33 PM CDT, Ian Grieve <austotr@...> wrote:


It is.  But why is it listed as S.A.?

Ian





-------- Original message --------
From: "Scott Galley via groups.io" <scottgalley@...>
Date: 4/10/21 12:37 am (GMT+10:00)
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Springbok Radio

Afloat with Henry Morgan was, to my mind, exclusively a George Edwards script and production. Australian.
If you haven't listened to it, I highly recommend it. Like all extant George Edwards productions that I've heard, it is excellent.

Scott


Re: Springbok Radio

Richard Davenport
 

On Sunday, October 3, 2021, 05:42:33 PM CDT, Ian Grieve <austotr@...> wrote:


It is.  But why is it listed as S.A.?

Ian





-------- Original message --------
From: "Scott Galley via groups.io" <scottgalley@...>
Date: 4/10/21 12:37 am (GMT+10:00)
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Springbok Radio

Afloat with Henry Morgan was, to my mind, exclusively a George Edwards script and production. Australian.
If you haven't listened to it, I highly recommend it. Like all extant George Edwards productions that I've heard, it is excellent.

Scott


Re: Two random comments on two different shows

Mike Thomas
 

Right. I didn't mind the show's at all but they were different. 

Now the movies are great. 


On Sun, Oct 3, 2021 at 10:22 AM, Gordon Johansen
<gordonjohansen@...> wrote:
There is indeed a big difference in style in the Boston Blackie radio shows. Richard Kollmar was the second actor for the role and did the majority of the episodes. Chester Morris did the movies in that period of time and carried his characterization to the radio shows. I always found it interesting that I never minded his voice in the moves but somehow it seemed out of place on radio. I wonder if that is why they switched stars?

I agree with you that the writing also changed styles with the actors but I have no idea why this would be. During that period it could simply be because the head writer got caught in bed with the producer's wife or girlfriend and decided to leave the job for his health.  :-)

Gord

Mike Thomas via groups.io wrote on 10/01/21 3:16 PM:
Today I was listening to Boston Blackie and noticed something I did not know. It was not Chester Morris. Can't remember his name ...Dick Carr? Anyway these shows were much more like other shows in the genre without Morris. The sarcasm was way different. The show's had a different feel than the otr episodes or movies with Chester. Anyone have a comment on this?

The other thing I thought I heard was in BIMB today. I listened to a few of these. This is an excellen show. Love Larry Thor. I think it's Larry. Anyway during the episode (the Tori Jones case) there was a line when the antagonist says some like " oh, your like Nick Carter. I have a shelf full of Nick Carter".... Something like that. It was so random. I know Nick Carter is a street and Smith character from way back. Wonder why he was written in the script. What was the relation between BIMB and Nick? Was one show advertising for the other due to being on Dame station? Anyway.... What think you?


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Postbox


Re: Springbok Radio

Ian Grieve
 

It is.  But why is it listed as S.A.?

Ian





-------- Original message --------
From: "Scott Galley via groups.io" <scottgalley@...>
Date: 4/10/21 12:37 am (GMT+10:00)
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Springbok Radio

Afloat with Henry Morgan was, to my mind, exclusively a George Edwards script and production. Australian.
If you haven't listened to it, I highly recommend it. Like all extant George Edwards productions that I've heard, it is excellent.

Scott


Re: Two random comments on two different shows

Gordon Johansen
 

There is indeed a big difference in style in the Boston Blackie radio shows. Richard Kollmar was the second actor for the role and did the majority of the episodes. Chester Morris did the movies in that period of time and carried his characterization to the radio shows. I always found it interesting that I never minded his voice in the moves but somehow it seemed out of place on radio. I wonder if that is why they switched stars?

I agree with you that the writing also changed styles with the actors but I have no idea why this would be. During that period it could simply be because the head writer got caught in bed with the producer's wife or girlfriend and decided to leave the job for his health.  :-)

Gord

Mike Thomas via groups.io wrote on 10/01/21 3:16 PM:
Today I was listening to Boston Blackie and noticed something I did not know. It was not Chester Morris. Can't remember his name ...Dick Carr? Anyway these shows were much more like other shows in the genre without Morris. The sarcasm was way different. The show's had a different feel than the otr episodes or movies with Chester. Anyone have a comment on this?

The other thing I thought I heard was in BIMB today. I listened to a few of these. This is an excellen show. Love Larry Thor. I think it's Larry. Anyway during the episode (the Tori Jones case) there was a line when the antagonist says some like " oh, your like Nick Carter. I have a shelf full of Nick Carter".... Something like that. It was so random. I know Nick Carter is a street and Smith character from way back. Wonder why he was written in the script. What was the relation between BIMB and Nick? Was one show advertising for the other due to being on Dame station? Anyway.... What think you?


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Sent from Postbox


Re: Springbok Radio

Scott Galley
 

Afloat with Henry Morgan was, to my mind, exclusively a George Edwards script and production. Australian.
If you haven't listened to it, I highly recommend it. Like all extant George Edwards productions that I've heard, it is excellent.

Scott

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