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If you ever sat in a theater and thrilled to an exciting chase on horseback, rooting for the hero and booing the bad guys, you’re going to love the sparkling and fully restored sound of these radio shows from the All-Star Western Theatre from Radio Archives.

The top western stars of the silver screen are featured in the All-Star Western Theatre, a highly entertaining series of shows first heard in 1946. Hosted by Cottonseed Clark and highlighted by the music of Foy Willing and his band, Riders of the Purple Sage, the twenty broadcasts in this collection offer a virtual round up of singing cowboys, including Tex Ritter, Eddie Dean, Jimmy Wakely, and Ken Curtis, as well as favorites like Tim Holt, Wild Bill Elliott, Allan “Rocky” Lane, and Johnny Mack Brown.

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About the Author

Cottonseed Clark (1909–1992), born Clark Fulks, was an actor and radio disc jockey. He was a radio producer in New York before coming to California in the 1940s where he had film roles in Smoky River Serenade and The Arkansas Swing. He was master of ceremonies and writer for a weekly CBS radio show called Cottonseed Clark’s Hollywood Barn Dance and later wrote radio skits for Gene Autry and the Andrews Sisters. He was a radio disc jockey at KEEN-AM in San Jose, California, and also created, produced, and wrote for the California Hay Ride television show in San Francisco during the 1950s.

About the Narrator

Foy Willing (1914–1978) was a singer, songwriter, musician, and bandleader who performed Western music and appeared in Western movies. He formed one of the Western bands called Riders of the Purple Sage.