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Dropbox/OneDrive - The Clyde Beatty Show v2001


Brian Kavanaugh
 

(cross-posted, since there aren't many people in the distro group where this announcement was normally made in the Yahoo groups)

OTRR certified The Clyde Beatty Show v2001 (389 MB on Windows/52 episodes) is available for download from Dropbox or OneDrive. Thanks to all those who made this collection possible.
 
These links will be available for 30 days.
 
Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/0ydrui5tnln5g2y/AAB3BFHfDX8qVa2ad4j26yjYa?dl=0
OneDrive: https://1drv.ms/u/s!Al5Sbh6lIkj5jaIm5j5glOR84e8n5A?e=9RPFT4
 
This series has been uploaded to our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/OldTimeRadioResearchers
 
Series synopsis:
 
Clyde Beatty, born in 1903, was a household name by the mid-20th century, recognized as one of the world’s most renowned animal trainers. Beatty was a multi-media star; over the course of a long career he ran his own circus and featured in motion pictures, multi-chapter movie serials, comic books, television, and radio. The Clyde Beatty Show represents the pinnacle of his broadcasting career. Commodore Productions and Artists Inc. announced the program in November, 1949, with the hope it would be as popular as another of their programs, Hopalong Cassidy. Sponsored by Kellogg, The Clyde Beatty Show premiered at the beginning of 1950 and aired on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Commodore recorded 156 syndicated episodes that were offered for sale through the end of 1951. Beginning in 1952 the production company switched their efforts to a Clyde Beatty television program.
 
Revision History:
 
2001 - initial release


WOJ
 

Thank you Brian! Nice job.


Ryan Ellett
 

This set is also now available for download on Archive.org here.


Philip Atchley
 

Got it, thanks.  Took two tries with the persnickety  DSL connection I have here. . .

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On 1/10/2020 6:09 PM, brian via Groups.Io wrote:
(cross-posted, since there aren't many people in the distro group where this announcement was normally made in the Yahoo groups)

OTRR certified The Clyde Beatty Show v2001 (389 MB on Windows/52 episodes) is available for download from Dropbox or OneDrive. Thanks to all those who made this collection possible.
These links will be available for 30 days.
Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/0ydrui5tnln5g2y/AAB3BFHfDX8qVa2ad4j26yjYa?dl=0
OneDrive: https://1drv.ms/u/s!Al5Sbh6lIkj5jaIm5j5glOR84e8n5A?e=9RPFT4
This series has been uploaded to our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/OldTimeRadioResearchers
Series synopsis:
Clyde Beatty, born in 1903, was a household name by the mid-20th century, recognized as one of the world’s most renowned animal trainers. Beatty was a multi-media star; over the course of a long career he ran his own circus and featured in motion pictures, multi-chapter movie serials, comic books, television, and radio. The Clyde Beatty Show represents the pinnacle of his broadcasting career. Commodore Productions and Artists Inc. announced the program in November, 1949, with the hope it would be as popular as another of their programs, Hopalong Cassidy. Sponsored by Kellogg, The Clyde Beatty Show premiered at the beginning of 1950 and aired on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Commodore recorded 156 syndicated episodes that were offered for sale through the end of 1951. Beginning in 1952 the production company switched their efforts to a Clyde Beatty television program.
Revision History:
2001 - initial release
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