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Buck Rogers, Flash Gordon, The Avenger, 215 Old Time Radio Shows MP3 DVD

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Classic Full length old time radio shows on MP3 format on disk.  Anyone into old time radio will love this disk.  Each book is in high resolution PDF format.



A Triple Feature Old Time Radio mp3 DVD

featuring 215 classic episodes of:

Buck Rogers old time radio flash gordon old time radio the avenger old time radio

39 classic episodes of Buck Rogers
classic episodes of Flash Gordon
classic episodes of The Avenger
bonus classic Old Time Radio Shows


Don't be fooled by other collections that claim to contain more episodes.  Many of these shows were aired on multiple dates in reruns, so you have plenty of sellers out there padding their collections with reruns!  We feature all known episodes in existence and do not add "fluff" to our collections to increase our claimed episode count like many others.  We always include an episode list, so that you can see all the episodes included for yourself.

NOTICE: This collection is all in MP3 format supplied on DVD.  You play this in your computer and then can copy all the MP3 files to your MP3 player of choice.  This DVD will NOT play in a regular CD player in your car, or your TV's DVD player, it is intended for your computer only which will allow you to transfer the MP3 files to any device that can play MP3's.  This collection remains the largest most original collection on ebay.

Buck Rogers:

Buck Rogers was a comic strip that appeared in the America's newspapers, so it was a natural for radio action, too. It had several time slots and sponsors on radio during the 1930s, and the shows from 1938-39, running on Mutual, re-tell our hero's beginnings to get us kids ready for action as Buck blasts off on more exciting space adventures in the incredible future of the 25th Century.

After his 1930s adventures, Buck Rogers was "lost in space" until a return to Earth radio in 1947. Many actors played the parts throughout the decades.Buck RogersBuck Rogers was a man of our time who got trapped in a cave-in in an abandoned mine, and was subjected to a mysterious gas that held him in suspended animation until he was discovered in the 25th century. He was resusitated by the good inventor and scientist Dr. Huer.

The Doctor had an assistant who was a Lieutenant in the Space Corp, Wilma Deering. Buck catches on to the marvelous inventions and ways of the future, and sets off on adventures against space baddies with the help of Wilma and other space friends such as Black Barney, a dense Martian pirate turned sometimes sidekick. Buck and his friends from the future battle evil forces led by Killer Kane and Ardala Valmar, who like to steal new technology and generally work at getting themselves a piece of the action, regardless of the means. In the 25th Century, dedication to the work at hand was still a hallmark of the successful, whether good or evil.

This battle of good vs. evil might have meant much more in the fall of 1939 as the War officially began throughout Europe, and threatened America.Buck Rogers in the 25th Century was one of the earliest of the juvenile adventure serials of the 1930s, and kids of that decade also listened to the serials Tarzan, and The Air Adventures of Jimmy Allen. In the 1940s, there were many shows for kids, both in the fifteen minute serial and regular half-hour.

The following classic episodes are included in this DVD in .mp3 format:

Buck Rogers 321107 - Episode 01
Buck Rogers 321114 - Episode 02
Buck Rogers 390405 - Episode 01
Buck Rogers 390407 - Episode 02
Buck Rogers 390410 - Episode 03
Buck Rogers 390412 - Episode 04
Buck Rogers 390414 - Episode 05
Buck Rogers 390416 - Episode 06
Buck Rogers 390419 - Episode 07
Buck Rogers 390421 - Episode 08
Buck Rogers 390423 - Episode 09
Buck Rogers 390426 - Episode 10
Buck Rogers 390428 - Episode 11
Buck Rogers 390430 - Episode 12
Buck Rogers 1939 - Mechanical Mole 01
Buck Rogers 1939 - Mechanical Mole 02
Buck Rogers 1939 - Mechanical Mole 03
Buck Rogers 1939 - Mechanical Mole 04
Buck Rogers 1939 - Mechanical Mole 05
Buck Rogers 1939 - Mechanical Mole 06
Buck Rogers 1939 - Mechanical Mole 07
Buck Rogers 1939 - The Chase After Killer Kane 01
Buck Rogers 1939 - The Chase After Killer Kane 02
Buck Rogers 1939 - The Chase After Killer Kane 03
Buck Rogers 1939 - The Chase After Killer Kane 04
Buck Rogers 1939 - The Chase After Killer Kane 05
Buck Rogers 470328 - Last Show
Buck Rogers - Episode 732 Parts 01 and 02
Buck Rogers - Episode 733 Parts 01 and 02
Buck Rogers - Episode 736 Part 01
Buck Rogers - Killer Kane and Ardala Have Captured Dr Huer and Escaped to the Saturnian
Buck Rogers - King Korax Decides to Team up with Killer Kane and Invade Venus
Buck Rogers - The Mechanical Mole Is Trapped Underground by a Black Substance
Buck Rogers - Willie Is Lost, Then Found Underground
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Post Toasties (last show)

Flash Gordon:

Flash Gordon blasted into amazing inter-planetary adventures on California radio in 1935, thrilling West Coast whiz kids and adults alike.

Gale Gordon, whose career spans decades (as well as galaxies), plays all-star American athlete Flash. Gordon career includes so many shows, he deserves his own collection disc! A few of his starring roles were Dr. Petrie on Fu Manchu, Mayor LaTrivia on Fibber McGee and Molly, Rumson Bullard on The Great Gildersleeve, Mr. Atterbury on My Favorite Husband, and Principal Conklin on Our Miss Brooks. He was also in the star-studded Cinnamon Bear children's classic. Of course, he took his Mr. Conklin on to TV, and movie buffs know he played many fine comedy roles on the silver screen.

Meanwhile, back in outer space - Flash is accompanied by his beautiful American sweetheart, Dale Arden, and Dr. Zarkov, a great scientist. Our heroes fly to the planet Mongo, ruled by Ming, a merciless dictator who threatens his world with weapons of mass destruction. (Sound familiar? It did in 1935 too...) Sadly, we don't know who played Dale, but Ming was portrayed by Bruno Wick... a great name in itself.

Gale GordonThe Flash franchise has offered inspiration for many creative imaginations. The Hearst comic strip featured the wonderful artistry of Alex Raymond, and the fine Republic Serial series of Flash Gordon adventures starring the most excellent Flash, Larry "Buster" Crabbe flying wonderfully clunky sparkler-driven rocket ships. Yet these radio adventures are high-flying fun, and comics fans will love the list of comic favorites in commercials for the Hearst 32-page Comic Weekly. In the last of the shows, which seems to now be lost, Flash and pals land back on Earth in the jungle, and hook up with Jungle Jim (another Hearst property)…who thus begin his own adventurous serial career on radio.

The following left in existence classic episodes are included in this DVD in .mp3 format:

Flash Gordon 350427 - [01] On The Planet Mongo
Flash Gordon 350504 - [02] Befriends Lion Men And Stops
Flash Gordon 350511 - [03] Imprisoned By Hawkmen
Flash Gordon 350518 - [04] Death Battle Won By Flash
Flash Gordon 350525 - [05] Rules Over Cave World
Flash Gordon 350601 - [06] Blue Magic Men Capture Flash
Flash Gordon 350608 - [07] Dr Zarkoff To The Rescue
Flash Gordon 350615 - [08] Aide Tal Plants Seeds of Doubt
Flash Gordon 350622 - [09] Flash Charges Ice Barricade
Flash Gordon 350706 - [10] Dr Zarkoff Is Thawed Out
Flash Gordon 350713 - [11] Dr Zarkoff Shoots Ccooks
Flash Gordon 350720 - [12] Flash Regains Memory
Flash Gordon 350727 - [13] General Tal Rescued Azora
Flash Gordon 350803 - [14] General Tal Attacks Flash
Flash Gordon 350810 - [15] Dr Zarkoff Builds Invisible
Flash Gordon 350817 - [16] Flash The Avenging Shadow
Flash Gordon 350824 - [17] Azora Regains Memory
Flash Gordon 350831 - [18] Flash, Still Invisible, Escapes
Flash Gordon 350907 - [19] General Tal Tries Capturing Dr Zarkoff
Flash Gordon 350914 - [20] Pit Of Peril And Death Dwarfs
Flash Gordon 350921 - [21] Pit Of Fire
Flash Gordon 350928 - [22] Trapped Behind The Iron Door
Flash Gordon 351005 - [23] Flash King Of Cave World
Flash Gordon 351012 - [24] General Tal Seizes Azora's
Flash Gordon 351019 - [25] Flash Dale Dr Zarkoff
Flash Gordon 351026 - [26] Flash And Dale Married In The Jungle
Flash Gordon 351218 - [38] Fake Attack
Flash Gordon 351219 - [39] The Mole Machine
Flash Gordon 351220 - [40] Fortress Bombarded
Flash Gordon 351223 - [41] The Titans
Flash Gordon 351230 - [45] Showdown with King Taurock
Flash Gordon 351231 - [46] Sacrifice for Poseidon
Flash Gordon - [01] The Lost Continent of Atlantis
Flash Gordon - [02] The Lost Continent of Atlantis
Flash Gordon - [xx] Decoy Of Ming The Merciless

The Avenger:

One of the hippest and generally fun manifestations of the SpyFi genre was the 60’s TV hit The Avenger. The BBC production was filled with British eccentricities, but the tongue in cheek humor, multitude of beautiful assertive women and constant action made it a hit with American audiences as well.

The show did not take off in South Africa, however, because of a lack of TV broadcast facilities in the country. However, after the TV show went off the air, Springbok Radio began producing a radio version of the series. Although some of the characters were streamlined and combined, the show was a long running hit.

The following left in existence classic episodes are included in this DVD in .mp3 format:

The Avenger 1945 - #1 The High Tide Murders
The Avenger 1945 - #2 The Mystery of the Giant Brain
The Avenger 1945 - #3 Rendevous With Murder
The Avenger 1945 - #4 The Eyes of Shiva
The Avenger 1945 - #5 The Coins of Death
The Avenger 1945 - #6 The Mystery of Dead Man's Rock
The Avenger 1945 - #7 Tunnel of Disaster
The Avenger 1945 - #8 The Crypt of Thoth
The Avenger 1945 - #9 Melody of Murder
The Avenger 1945 - #10 The Firey Deaths
The Avenger 1945 - #11 The Ghost Murder
The Avenger 1945 - #12 The Blue Pearls
The Avenger 1945 - #13 The Wingate Heirs
The Avenger 1945 - #14 The Thoroughbred Murder
The Avenger 1945 - #15 Department of Death
The Avenger 1945 - #16 The Keys of the City
The Avenger 1945 - #17 Death in Mid Air
The Avenger 1945 - #18 The Hooded Circle
The Avenger 1945 - #19 Death Rings the Bell
The Avenger 1945 - #20 The Subway Ghost
The Avenger 1945 - #21 The Cradle of Doom
The Avenger 1945 - #22 Death Meets The Boat
The Avenger 1945 - #23 Murder Hits the Jackpot
The Avenger 1945 - #24 The Diploma of Death
The Avenger 1945 - #25 The Shot In The Dark
The Avenger 1945 - #26 Death Counts Ten

Other Bonus Radio Shows:

As a sampler of our old time radio library, we are including a sampler edition of an additional set of 121 old time radio shows of these classic series:

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