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The Entire Surviving Broadcasts Of 19 Classic Radio Comedy Series!
Adventures Of Ozzie & Harriet | The Alan Young Show | The Aldrich Family | Archie Andrews | Baby Snooks | Duffy's Tavern | Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy | Halls Of Ivy | The Jimmy Durante Show | The Judy Canova Show | The Life Of Riley | Life With Luigi | My Friend Irma | The Mel Blanc Show | Milton Berle | My Favorite Husband | Our Miss Brooks | The Phil Harris & Alice Faye Show | Red Skelton!
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THE ADVENTURES OF OZZIE AND HARRIET
The 1944-54 Situation Comedy The Nelson Family Broadcast Before Their TV Series - 89 Half Hour Episodes!
THE ALLEN YOUNG SHOW
Before There Was Mr. Ed, There Was The Alan Young Show! 50 Half Hour Episodes Of His 1944-49 Radio Comedy Series!
THE ALDRICH FAMILY
"Hen-REE! HENRY Aldrich!" The Beloved NBC 1939-1953 Teen/Family Situation Comedy Series - 96 Half Hour Episodes!
The 1943-1953 Teen Sitcom Based On The Beloved Comic Series - 29 Half Hour Episodes!
Fanny Brice's Incorrigible & Beloved Child Radio Character - 20 Hours Packed Into 110 MP3s!
Ed Gardner Stars As The Beloved "Archie" In His 1940-1952 Weekly Sitcom Series - 83 Half Hour Episodes!
EDGAR BERGEN AND CHARLIE MCCARTHY
The Ribald Hosts Of The Chase and Sandborn Hour That Made Ventriloquism A National Rage! 132 Hilarious Half Hour Episodes!
HALLS OF IVY
Ronald & Benita Coleman's College Life Situation Comedy - 96 Half Hour Episodes (85 Shows From 1949-1952 Radio Series, 11 Shows From 1954 TV Series)!
THE JIMMY DURANTE SHOW
"The Ole Schnozzola" In His Hit Variety Show, Costarring Gary Moore - 49 Half Hour Episodes!
THE JUDY CANOVA SHOW
The Classic Weekly Old Time Radio Comedy Series - Starring Judy Canova, Mel Blanc, Hans Conried, Sheldon Leonard & More - 53 Half Hour Episodes!
THE LIFE OF RILEY
The Original Family Based Situation Comedy Series Of 1941-51 - Over 100 Hours Packed Into 211 MP3s!
LIFE WITH LUIGI
The Beloved Italian Immigrant Radio Comedy Of 1948-54! Over 33 Hours Packed Into 67 MP3s!
THE MEL BLANC SHOW
The Voice of "Bugs Bunny" In His Very Own Old Time Radio Series! Over 16 Hours Packed into 41 MP3s!
"Uncle Milty" In His Hilarious Weekly Old Time Radio Comedy Series! 36 Half Hour Episodes!
MY FAVORITE HUSBAND
Before There Was "I Love Lucy", There Was "My Favorite Husband"! Lucille Ball and Richard Denning Star In Over 42 Classic Comedy Hours Packed Into 97 MP3s!
MY FRIEND IRMA
The Original "Dumb Blonde" Situation Comedy Character Irma Peterson Broadcast On The CBS Network From 1947-1954 - 60 Half Hour Episodes!
OUR MISS BROOKS
Eve Arden Stars In Her Classic Scholastic Old Time Radio Comedy Series! 149 Half Hour Episodes!
THE PHIL HARRIS AND ALICE FAYE SHOW
The One-Of-A-Kind 1946-53 Hipster Situation Comedy Starring The Real Life Married Couple Of Jive Bandleader Phil Harris & His Singer Alice Faye - Over 71 Hours Packed Into 146 MP3s!
The Radio Appearances Of The Cherished Good-Natured Comic! Over 57 Hours Packed Into 117 MP3s!
Golden Age Of Radio: Comedy: Radio attracted top comedy talents from vaudeville and Hollywood for many years: Bing Crosby, Abbott and Costello, Fred Allen, Jack Benny, Victor Borge, Fanny Brice, Billie Burke, Bob Burns, Judy Canova, Eddie Cantor, Jimmy Durante, Burns and Allen, Phil Harris, Edgar Bergen, Bob Hope, Groucho Marx, Jean Shepherd, Red Skelton and Ed Wynn. Situational comedies also gained popularity, such as Amos 'n' Andy, Easy Aces, Ethel and Albert, Fibber McGee and Molly, The Goldbergs, The Great Gildersleeve, The Halls of Ivy (which featured screen star Ronald Colman and his wife Benita Hume), Meet Corliss Archer, Meet Millie, and Our Miss Brooks. Radio comedy ran the gamut from the small town humor of Lum and Abner, Herb Shriner and Minnie Pearl to the dialect characterizations of Mel Blanc and the caustic sarcasm of Henry Morgan. Gags galore were delivered weekly on Stop Me If You've Heard This One and Can You Top This?, panel programs devoted to the art of telling jokes. Quiz shows were lampooned on It Pays to Be Ignorant, and other memorable parodies were presented by such satirists as Spike Jones, Stoopnagle and Budd, Stan Freberg and Bob and Ray. British comedy reached American shores in a major assault when NBC carried The Goon Show in the mid-1950s. Some shows originated as stage productions: Clifford Goldsmith's play What a Life was reworked into NBC's popular, long-running The Aldrich Family (1939-1953) with the familiar catchphrases "Henry! Henry Aldrich!," followed by Henry's answer, "Coming, Mother!" Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway hit, You Can't Take It with You (1936), became a weekly situation comedy heard on Mutual (1944) with Everett Sloane and later on NBC (1951) with Walter Brennan. Other shows were adapted from comic strips, such as Blondie, Dick Tracy, Gasoline Alley, The Gumps, Li'l Abner, Little Orphan Annie, Popeye the Sailor, Red Ryder, Reg'lar Fellers, Terry and the Pirates and Tillie the Toiler. Bob Montana's redheaded teen of comic strips and comic books was heard on radio's Archie Andrews from 1943 to 1953. The Timid Soul was a 1941-1942 comedy based on cartoonist H. T. Webster's famed Caspar Milquetoast character, and Robert L. Ripley's Believe It or Not! was adapted to several different radio formats during the 1930s and 1940s. Conversely, some radio shows gave rise to spinoff comic strips, such as My Friend Irma starring Marie Wilson.