Dimension X Episode 37, “Pebble in the Sky” From the story by Isaac Asimov and adapted by Ernest Kinoy. Originally broadcast June 17, 1951.
Three die-cut cardboard store signs featuring radio stars who were also under contract to Paramount Studios in the 1930s. Pictured are Bing Crosby, George Burns and Gracie Allen, each behind radio microphone.
Marconi radios were made in Canada and in England but there were no Marconi radios in the US because RCA owned the rights to the Marconi name and all the Marconi designs and patents.
Let’s Pretend (1950)
Vintage Comic - Have Gun Will Travel #07
Vintage Comic - Big Town #017
ARCHIE COMICS: 1968 Red JUGHEAD CROWN HAT Fan Club Promo
Casey - Crime Photographer (1949-1950)
Santa/Shadow Mashup by Nick Perks
Ramblin’ Round Radio Row, a 1932 short whose first number features the Boswell Sisters. So, right?
The Price Of Fear - Speciality Of The House with Vincent Price
In The Studio - One Man’s Family
Shown left to right: Kathleen Wilson as Claudia, Barton Yarbrough as Clifford, Bill Andrews as announcer, Ed Ludes as sound effects man, Bernice Berwin as Hazel, Mike Raffetto as Paul Barbour, Minetta Ellen as Mother Barbour, Page Gilman as Jack and Anthony Smythe as Father Barbour.
Bob Crane prepares for an episode of The Donna Reed Show by reviewing a script at KNX-CBS Radio. (May 1964)
“Prior to his work on Hogan’s Heroes, Bob had devoted a great deal of time and effort to learning the acting profession, which included spending nearly two years as a regular on The Donna Reed Show. Through his work on The Donna Reed Show, Bob began to hone his acting skills, preparing him for greater things to come…”
— From the "Vote for Bob Crane" blog. This post is part of Me-TV’s Summer of Classic TV Blogathon hosted by the Classic TV Blog Association.Go to http://classic-tv-blog-assoc.blogspot.com) to view more posts in this blogathon. You can also go to http://metvnetwork.com to learn more about Me-TV and view its summer line-up of classic TV shows..
.We all know that Superman generally battles evildoers in the fictional city of Metropolis. If you watched the disappointing, overcranked Man of Steel earlier this year, you remember that his nemesis was General Zod. It’s a little weird to learn that not all of his enemies are make-believe. There was a time when the popular Kryptonian was deployed to sideline a very real threat in the United States: namely, the Ku Klux Klan. Our story begins with an intrepid young folklorist and activist from Florida named Stetson Kennedy. He noticed that the Klan was experiencing a resurgence—as an example, a few weeks after V-J…
Star Wars radio dramatization ad, 1981.
Vintage Ad - Star Wars On NPR (1981)
The Fantastic Four - Ep 04: Dreaded Doctor Doom
From Wikipedia: There was a short-lived Fantastic Four radio show in 1975 that adapted early Lee/Kirby stories, and is notable for casting a pre-Saturday Night Live Bill Murray as the Human Torch. Also in the cast were Bob Maxwell as Reed Richards, Cynthia Adler as Sue Storm, Jim Pappas as Ben Grimm and Jerry Terheyden as Doctor Doom. Other Marvel characters featured in the series included Ant-Man, Prince Namor, Nick Fury, and the Hulk. Stan Lee narrated the series, and the scripts were taken almost verbatim from the comic books. The radio show was packaged into five-minute segments, with five segments comprising a complete adventure