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Little Orphan Annie, 966 Old Time Radio Comedy Variety Children's Shows 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.  This disk is for a computer, not for a CD player.



A Double Feature Old Time Radio mp3 DVD

featuring 966 classic episodes of:

 Jack Armstrong old time radio Little Orphan Annie old time radio

43 classic broadcasts of Little Orphan Annie
classic broadcasts of Jack Armstrong
601 more
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. 

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.

Little Orphan Annie:

Adapted from Harold Gray's comic strip and James Whitcomb Rileys' 1885 poem of the same title, Little Orphan Annie was a 15-minute radio drama show that began airing on WGN Chicago on August 5, 1924. It followed the adventures of Annie, along with her dog named Sandy and "daddy" Mr. Oliver Warbucks. The show moved to NBC Blue a year later.

According to the story, Annie was an 11-year old girl adopted from an orphanage by a character named Mrs. Warbucks. Her husband, Mr. Warbucks, instantly developed fatherly affection for Annie, and asked the young girl to call him "daddy." A few months later, unfortunately, Annie was returned to the orphanage by Mrs. Warbucks after his husband left home for business. Annie, who disliked the way the matron treats her, decided to run away. One day, she saves Sandy, a dog who was being tormented by a group of bad boys. That became the start of their adventure together.

Little Orphan Annie became gained immense popularity to its listeners, particularly among little children. It had approximately 6 milllion fans who kept on listening to every episode, until the last one in 1942.

Jack Armstrong:

"Jack Armstrong, Jack Armstrong, Jack Armstrong, Jack Armstrong the Alllllllllll American Boy" was your archetypal teenage athlete who encountered not so average adventures. Sponsored by General Mills, kids and pre-teens alike were instructed to tell their moms to buy Wheaties.

Jack's companions, Billy and Betty Fairfield were often in need of rescue by the brave and daring All American Boy, Jack. Their Uncle Jim (Captain Fairfield) was a pilot of the Silver Albatross and led the adventurous group to locations around the world. Uncle Jim added a mature and fatherly component to the show guiding and instructing the Jack and his friends.

Though some episodes were so far-fetched to the point of being ridiculous, this is one of the most entertaining juvenile shows ever made. As crazy as some of the plots seem, the shows producers worked with anthropology professors to better understanding the local customs. In particular, a professor in Manila informed the show's writers of Philippine culture so there is some authenticity in Jack Armstrong's adventures.

From Morocco, to Zanzibar, to Easter Island, to China and the Philippines and from Nazi Germany, to the Ayndes, to Tibet, to becoming an ally of Blackbeard, Jack Armstrong, The All American Boy has seen it all.

This collection includes all known existing episodes.

For more exciting adventure programs, tune in to The Air Adventures of Jimmy Allen, Captain Midnight and Dick Tracy.

And more Bonus Radio Shows:

As a sampler of our old time radio library, we are including these classic old time radio shows on this DVD-ROM at no extra charge:

Just Entertainment  Radio Movies  Standard School Broadcast
 Komedie Kapers  Radio Novels  Stars in the Air
 Adv of Leonidas Witherall  Radio Plays of Charles Dickens  Stella Dallas
 Light Crust Doughboys  Readers Digest with Boris Karloff  Stop Messing Around
 National Lampoon  Red Cross  Stop or Go
 Nelson Olmsted's Short Stories  Renfrew of the Mounted  Stop the Music
 Nightmare  Rexall Hollywood Revue  Stories of the Railway
 Nipsy Russel's Comedy Time  Rexall Parade of Stars  The Story Behind the Song
 Norman Vincent Peale  RFD America  Storyteller Baron
 Orsen Welles Radio Almanac  Richard Aurandt Show  Strike It Rich
 Pennsylvania - Keystone of Democracy  Ring Up the Curtain  Stroke of Fate
 Phonograph Album (The Radio Show)  RKO Movie Premieres  Sunday Night at Eight
 The Price of Fear  Roger Kilgore, Public Defender  Sunny Valley
 The Private Files of Rex Saunders  Rogers of the Gazette  Supper Club
 Problems for Pamela  Salute to Britain  Suspicion
 Pursuit  Sealtest Village Store  Tales of Narnia
 Pursuit of Happiness  Second Holmes  Tales of Willie Piper
 Qtr Century of Swing  So The Story Goes  Teller of Hawaiian Tales
 Queen for a Day  Southland Echos  Topper
 Quoting America  Stage  Woody Woodpecker Show
 Radio Moscow News  Stand By For Adventure  

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