Classic Radio’s Greatest Westerns, Vol. 3 Audiobook, by Black Eye Entertainment Play Audiobook Sample

Classic Radio’s Greatest Westerns, Vol. 3 Audiobook

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Read By: various performers 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: April 2019 Format: Audio Theater Audiobook ISBN: 9781982676087

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Longest Chapter Length:

59:48 minutes

Shortest Chapter Length:

24:29 minutes

Average Chapter Length:

29:44 minutes

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Publisher Description

The golden age of radio had incredible Western shows that kept Americans glued to their sets. Families gathered around their living room radios to hear Western heroes catch the bad guys and save ladies in distress. This collection includes Gregory Peck in an hour-long episode of The Gunfighter on the Screen Director’s Playhouse; James Stewart as Brit Ponset, a.k.a. “the Six-Shooter”; William Holden in The Virginian on General Electric Theater; William Boyd as Hopalong Cassidy; William Conrad as US Marshal Matt Dillon on Gunsmoke; John Dehner as the man called “Paladin”; Joel McCrea as Ranger Jace Pearson on a true-crime case on Tales of the Texas Rangers; and many more!


The Cisco Kid, “Boomerang Vengeance” (1953)

Dr. Sixgun, “Pop Wheddon” (9 Sep 1954)

Fort Laramie, “The Payroll” (16 Sep 1956)

Frontier Gentleman, “Justice of the Peace” (13 Jul 1958)

Frontier Town, “Her Name is Bourbon Kate” (2 Jan 1953)

Gene Autry’s Melody Ranch, “Pat Buttram, Private Eye” (1940s)

General Electric Theater, “The Virginian” (13 Aug 1953)

Gunsmoke, “Young Love” (29 Jan 1955)

Have Gun–Will Travel, “Landfall” (15 Nov 1959)

Hopalong Cassidy, “Buckshot Badmen” (25 Nov 1950)

Luke Slaughter of Tombstone, “Big Business” (8 Jun 1958)

Red Ryder, “The Rodeo” (9 Apr 1942)

The Roy Rogers Show, “Gang of Counterfeiters” (9 Nov 1951)

The Six-Shooter, “Blood Relatives” (27 May 1954)

Tales of the Texas Rangers, “Travesty” (15 Jun 1952)

Wild Bill Hickok, “Gunsmoke and Violet” (20 Feb 1952)

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Hollywood 360 is a syndicated radio show heard every Saturday evening on radio stations throughout the United States. Hollywood 360 showcases a wide variety of audio entertainment, from the golden age of Hollywood to today’s most current headlines.