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Tarzan: All 3 Old Time Radio Series DVD, MP3 Download, USB Drive

Tarzan: All 3 Old Time Radio Series DVD, MP3 Download, USB Drive
Tarzan: All 3 Old Time Radio Series DVD, MP3 Download, USB Drive
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The Tarzan Radio Program In Its 3 Radio Serials Form: 1) Tarzan Of The Apes (1932-1934), 2) Tarzan And The Diamond Of Ashair & Tarzan And The Fires Of Tohr (1934-1936) And 3) Tarzan, Lord Of The Jungle (1950-1953)! Over 61 Hours Inspired By The Beloved Edgar Rice Burroughs Adventure Novel Classic Packed Into 235 MP3s Presented As An Archival Quality MP3 DVD, MP3 Audio Download Or USB Flash Drive! #Tarzan #TarzanRadioProgram #TarzanRadioSeries #TarzanOfTheApes #TarzanLordOfTheJungle #GoldenAgeOfRadio #GoldenAgeOfRadioAdventure #OldTimeRadio #OldTimeRadioAdventure #OTR #OTRAdventure #Radio #MP3 #DVD #AudioDownload #USBFlashDrive


Contents:

1932-09-12 (01) Tarzan's First Birthday

1932-09-14 (02) Battle with the Apes

1932-09-16 (03) in Young Manhood

1932-09-19 (04) Attacked by Tabor

1932-09-21 (05) Sees a Ship

1932-09-23 (06) Rescues the Captain

1932-09-26 (07) Rescues the Captain Again

1932-09-28 (08) Did the Bottle Really Go Overboard

1932-09-30 (09) The Captain Is in Quicksand

1932-10-03 (10) A Fight Aboard Ship

1932-10-05 (11) Tarzan's Shack

1932-10-07 (12) Mutinous Captain Killed

1932-10-10 (13) Delivers the Sailor

1932-10-12 (14) Rescues Jane's Father

1932-10-14 (15) Clayton Tries to Rescue the Professor

1932-10-17 (16) Saves Clayton

1932-10-19 (17) Saves Jane

1932-10-21 (18) Reads Jane's Letter

1932-10-24 (19) Morning Arrives

1932-10-26 (20) Presides over Apes

1932-10-31 (22) The Professor Wants to Search

1932-11-02 (23) Rescue

1932-11-04 (24) Tarzan's Hut Afire

1932-11-07 (25) Clayton Hunts Tarzan

1932-11-09 (26) Fires at Clayton

1932-11-11 (27) The Ship Leaves

1932-11-14 (28) Search Party Is Attacked

1932-11-16 (29) Philander Is Captured

1932-11-18 (30) Search Party Finds a Clue

1932-11-21 (31) The Jungle Awakes

1932-11-23 (32) Jane Is Captured by Cannibals

1932-11-25 (33) Search Party Is Trapped

1932-11-28 (34) Learns More English

1932-11-30 (35) Jane and Go into the Hut

1932-12-02 (36) Search Party Makes Their Move

1932-12-05 (37) Cannibals Chose the Professor

1932-12-07 (38) Second Escape Try

1932-12-09 (39) Jane Is Attacked

1932-12-12 (40) The Poison Drink

1932-12-14 (41) Ape Battles Snake

1932-12-16 (42) Return of the Ship

1932-12-19 (43) Saves Jane

1932-12-21 (44) Recaptured

1932-12-23 (45) Reunited

1932-12-26 (46) Escape

1932-12-28 (47) Rain Comes

1932-12-30 (48) Jane Receives Graystoke Locket

1933-01-02 (49) Ane the Crocodiles

1933-01-04 (50) Rescuers Seek Safety in Cave

1933-01-06 (51) Atempted Rescue

1933-01-09 (52) Sounds in the Cave

1933-01-11 (53) The Witch Doctor Escapes

1933-01-13 (54) Witch Doctor Noises

1933-01-16 (55) Fires Dynamite

1933-01-18 (56) The Cannibals Attack

1933-01-20 (57) The Attack

1933-01-23 (58) The Lion Attacks

1933-01-25 (59) The Professor Collapses

1933-01-27 (60) The Party Gets Made at Clayton

1933-01-30 (61) The Mutineers Return

1933-02-01 (62) Jane Is Attacked

1933-02-03 (63) and Jane Talk

1933-02-06 (64) Jane Is Captured Again

1933-02-08 (65) to the Rescue

1933-02-10 (66) to the Ship

1933-02-13 (67) Ship Rescue

1933-02-15 (68) Ship Wreck

1933-02-17 (69) Captain Tracy's Arm

1933-02-20 (70) Others on the Reef

1933-02-22 (71) with the Apes

1933-02-24 (72) Jane at the Dum Dum

1933-02-27 (73) Elephant Stampede

1933-03-01 (74) Lt Makes His Escape

1933-03-03 (75) Meets Mutineers

1933-03-06 (76) The Escape

1933-03-08 (77) Weeks Later

1934-05-01 (01) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-02 (02) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-03 (03) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-04 (04) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-07 (05) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-08 (06) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-09 (07) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-10 (08) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-11 (09) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-14 (10) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-15 (11) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-16 (12) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-17 (13) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-18 (14) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-21 (15) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-22 (16) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-23 (17) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-24 (18) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-25 (19) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-28 (20) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-29 (21) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-30 (22) Diamond of Asher

1934-05-31 (23) Diamond of Asher

1934-06-01 (24) Diamond of Asher

1934-06-04 (25) Diamond of Asher

1934-06-05 (26) Diamond of Asher

1934-06-06 (27) Diamond of Asher

1934-06-07 (28) Diamond of Asher

1934-06-08 (29) Diamond of Asher

1934-06-11 (30) Diamond of Asher

1934-06-12 (31) Diamond of Asher

1934-06-13 (32) Diamond of Asher

1934-06-14 (33) Diamond of Asher

1934-06-15 (34) Diamond of Asher

1934-06-18 (35) Diamond of Asher

1934-06-19 (36) Diamond of Asher

1934-06-20 (37) Diamond of Asher

1934-06-21 (38) Diamond of Asher

1934-06-22 (39) Diamond of Asher

1936-xx-xx (01) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (02) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (03) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (04) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (05) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (06) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (07) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (08) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (09) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (10) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (11) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (12) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (13) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (14) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (15) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (16) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (17) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (18) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (19) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (20) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (21) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (22) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (23) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (24) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (25) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (26) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (27) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (28) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (29) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (30) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (31) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (32) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (33) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (34) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (35) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (36) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (37) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (38) Fires of Tohr

1936-xx-xx (39) Fires of Tohr

1951-01-11 (01) and the Decoy

1951-01-18 (02) and Black Ivory

1951-01-25 (03) and the Hooded Death

1951-02-01 (04) and the Manuema

1951-02-08 (05) and the Siren of Omdurmara

1951-02-15 (06) Black Gold of Africa

1951-02-22 (07) and the Coward

1951-03-01 (08) The Female of the Specie

1951-03-08 (09) The End of the World

1951-03-15 (10) Across a Continent

1951-03-22 (11) and the Killer

1951-03-29 (12) Jungle Legacy

1951-04-05 (13) Jungle Orchids

1951-04-12 (14) Gold Coast Robbery

1951-04-19 (15) Life or Death

1951-04-26 (16) D Is for Diamonds and Death

1951-05-03 (17) and the Pirates of Cape Bandeira

1951-05-10 (18) Contraband

1951-05-17 (19) Lake of Blood

1951-05-24 (20) Congo Magic

1951-05-31 (21) Jungle Heat

1951-06-07 (22) Jungle Hijackers

1951-06-14 (23) and the Stranger

1951-06-21 (24) Arab Vengeance

1951-06-28 (25) in Captivity

1951-07-05 (26) Gold of the Sudan

1951-07-12 (27) Stolen Jewels

1951-07-19 (28) Drum Without a Heart

1951-07-26 (29) Terror at Night

1951-08-02 (30) Danger off San Laurencia

1951-08-09 (31) Curse of the Pharaohs

1951-08-16 (32) Head Hunters of Wombesi

1951-08-23 (33) Trophy Room

1951-08-30 (34) Tarzan's Mistake

1951-09-06 (35) Death Has Small Wings

1951-09-13 (36) Tarzan's Magic Amulet

1951-09-20 (37) Book of Araby

1951-09-27 (38) Cathedral of the Congo

1951-10-04 (39) City of Sleep

1951-10-11 (40) Jungle Odds

1951-10-18 (41) All Presumed Dead

1951-10-25 (42) Small Packages

1951-11-01 (43) The Ghost of the Karmiki

1951-11-08 (44) Adventure on the Road to Timbuktu

1951-11-15 (45) Strange Island

1951-11-22 (46) Message to Fort Shabier

1951-11-29 (47) African Thanksgiving

1951-12-06 (48) Hunter's Fury

1951-12-13 (49) Trouble Comes in Pairs

1951-12-20 (50) Congo Murder

1951-12-27 (51) Congo Christmas

1952-01-03 (52) Hand of Death

1952-01-10 (53) The Man from Another World

1952-01-17 (54) Quicksands of Wadehara

1952-01-24 (55) The Trail of Death

1952-01-31 (56) Killer at Large

1952-02-07 (57) First Prize - Death

1952-02-14 (58) Paradise Island

1952-02-21 (59) Demon of Rongu

1952-02-28 (60) and the Simba Hudari

1952-03-06 (61) Pirates of Cape Bandera

1952-03-13 (62) Hooded Death

1952-03-20 (63) Oman of the Emeralds

1952-03-27 (64) Volcano

1952-04-03 (65) None So Blind

1952-04-17 (67) Jungle Smoke

1952-04-24 (68) Evidence Destroyed

1952-05-01 (69) The Missing Element

1952-05-08 (70) and the Lypagor

1952-05-15 (71) Mask of Montiki

1952-06-12 (75) and the Long Journey

1953-02-07 (47) Paradise Island

1953-02-14 (48) Demon of Rongu

1953-03-07 (51) Omen of the Emerald

1953-03-14 (52) Volcano of the Sun

1953-04-11 (56) Jungle Smoke

1953-05-09 (60) and the Lypagor

1953-05-16 (61) and the Hot Rod Kid

1953-05-23 (62) Mask of Montiki

1953-05-30 (63) None So Blind

1953-06-20 (66) and the Long Journey


Tarzan is a generic title that can be applied to any of three radio jungle adventure programs in the United States. Two were broadcast in the 1930s and one in the 1950s. As told in the Tarzan book series, the episodes centered around young Lord Greystoke, who was raised by a female ape as Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle, and Jane Parker, a girl who was separated from a safari. Vincent Terrace wrote in his book, Radio Programs, 1924-1984: A Catalog of More Than 1800 Shows, "Stories relate Tarzan's efforts to protect his adopted homeland from evildoers." Producers of the transcribed programs added a touch of authenticity by going to zoos to record sounds of jungle animals and then using those sounds in appropriate places in episodes. The initial radio Tarzan 1932-1934 (Tarzan of the Apes) originated at WOR in New York City and was syndicated by the World Broadcasting System. Production later switched to Hollywood, California. The series was broadcast September 12, 1932 - March 3, 1934. Tarzan was played by James Pierce, who portrayed the title character in the film Tarzan and the Golden Lion (1927). Jane was played by Joan Burroughs, daughter of Edgar Rice Burroughs, creator of the Tarzan stories. The program's writer prepared scripts using material from the original Tarzan books, and Burroughs himself revised each script as needed for accuracy. This version of Tarzan was notable for the extent of distribution of a recorded program. Jim Cox, in his book, Radio Crime Fighters: More Than 300 Programs from the Golden Age, wrote: "The first Tarzan show, produced and recorded by American Radio Features, set a distinct precedent in U.S. radio. It was actually the premier feature prerecorded and distributed to local broadcasters throughout the nation and overseas." The youth-oriented program included two elements that were often found in other programs aimed at a young audience: a club centered on the central character and premiums that could be obtained by sending in elements such as labels or box tops from the sponsor's products. In the first 30 days after the Signal Tarzan Club was launched by sponsor Signal Oil, 15,000 youngsters from California signed up for it. During the club's first year, membership reached 125,000. Another sponsor, Fould's Milling Company of Chicago, received 93,000 package ends of its products in eight weeks through WBBM in Chicago and CKOK in the Windsor/Detroit market. The proofs of purchase were submitted to obtain "plaster of paris statuettes of various characters in the Tarzan series." Tarzan and the Diamond of Ashair (1934-1935) and Tarzan and the Fires of Tohr (1935-1936) applied a serial structure to the Tarzan episodes, with one story line in each of the two seasons. Andy Briggs, in his book, The Savage Lands, wrote, "Tarzan radio serials thrilled millions of listeners across the country." An anecdote from Dayton, Ohio, demonstrated the popularity of the second Tarzan radio series-especially when its appeal was combined with the opportunity for a free viewing of the film The New Adventures of Tarzan. The trade publication Broadcasting reported that radio station WHIO joined with sponsoring milk dealers and producers to offer a showing of the film with one milk cap as admission. The result: "By curtain time more than 15,000 children were lined up for several blocks on each side of the movie house." The theater added two showings to accommodate the crowd. Tarzan, Lord Of The Jungle was syndicated in addition to being carried on the Mutual-Don Lee West Coast Network. and on CBS. March 22, 1952 - June 27, 1953.