Classic Radio’s Greatest Western Shows, Vol. 4 Audiobook, by Black Eye Entertainment Play Audiobook Sample

Classic Radio’s Greatest Western Shows, Vol. 4 Audiobook

Classic Radio’s Greatest Western Shows, Vol. 4 Audiobook, by Black Eye Entertainment Play Audiobook Sample
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Read By: a full cast Publisher: Black Eye Entertainment Listen Time: at 1.0x Speed 5.00 hours at 1.5x Speed 3.75 hours at 2.0x Speed Release Date: August 2020 Format: Audio Theater Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781799907299

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Longest Chapter Length:

30:04 minutes

Shortest Chapter Length:

24:56 minutes

Average Chapter Length:

28:30 minutes

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Enjoy sixteen of the greatest western shows from radio’s Golden Age and the Hollywood celebrities that starred in them.

The Golden Age of radio had incredible western shows that kept Americans glued to their radio sets. Families gathered around their living room radios to hear western heroes catch the bad guys and save ladies in distress. This collection includes William Conrad as US Marshal Matt Dillon on Gunsmoke, John Dehner as the man called “Paladin” and as J. B. Kendall on Frontier Gentleman, Roy Rogers on The Roy Rogers Show, Gene Autry on Gene Autry’s Melody Ranch, Jack Mather and Harry Lang as Cisco and Poncho on The Cisco Kid, Sam Buffington as Arizona cattleman Luke Slaughter on Luke Slaughter of Tombstone, and many more!

The Adventures of Red Ryder, 3/31/42 - “Stoney Barton”

The Cisco Kid, 6/5/58 - “Sir Cisco Knight of the Round Table”

The Cisco Kid, 8/25/58 - “The Sheriff’s .44s”

Dr. Six-Gun, 9/23/54 - “Ringo Kane”

Frontier Town, 5/15/53 - “Open Range”

Frontier Town, 5/22/53 - “The Chase”

Gene Autry’s Melody Ranch, 6/29/47 - “The Devil’s Saint”

Gene Autry’s Melody Ranch, 9/30/50 - “Caleb Hooten Disappears”

Gunsmoke, 9/19/53 - “There Was Never a Horse”

Gunsmoke, 9/26/53 - “Fawn”

Gunsmoke, 10/3/53 - “How to Kill a Friend”

Have Gun—Will Travel, 7/12/59 - “Young Gun”

Have Gun—Will Travel, 8/2/59 - “High Wire”

Luke Slaughter of Tombstone, 5/18/58 - “The Drive to Fort Huachuca”

The Roy Rogers Show, 3/21/52 - “Counterfeit Money”

The Roy Rogers Show, 3/28/52 - “Desert Mary”

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About a full cast

Lorie Kellogg is a busy graphic and voice-over artist as well as a skilled improv comedian. She studied painting, printmaking, and video and film at the Kansas City Art Institute and the California Institute of the Arts.