June Bride at 78 RPM

We recently added this 6-disc, 78 RPM set of the Lux Radio Theatre’s broadcast of June Bride to our collection. The show starred Jimmy Stewart and Bette Davis and was broadcast on August 29, 1949. The 12 record labels are all basically the same, except for the “a” or “b,” the side of the record…

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Suspense (DWG 0889)

This cassette, issued by DWG, contains three Suspense programs, including one which starred Jimmy Stewart. The Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS) version of The Rescue, broadcast April 19, 1951, is the Stewart show. The regular broadcast version of this show doesn’t seem to be in general circulation. Clicking on “The Rescue” below will take you…

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Bob Hope Show (1938-1953)

This is a 2-CD ROM set from Onesmedia with 209 original Bob Hope Show recordings. Jimmy Stewart was the guest on just one of the shows included – January 28, 1953 – a show which has become known as The Road to Cactus Gulch. Click on the link below to go to the original blog…

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Family Theater

This 5-CD set from Onesmedia has 517 broadcasts from the Family Theater. This includes two appearances by Jimmy Stewart. The very first show in the series, Flight from Home (February 13, 1947), was also the first show on which Stewart appeared. He returned to the program on April 4, 1951, to star in Suzi’s Prayer…

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Theater of Romance (1943-1957)

This single DVD, featuring 148 .mp3 formatted shows, is yet another entry in the old-time radio  field from Onesmedia. Stewart appeared on just one show from the series – No Time for Comedy, broadcast on November 20, 1945. You can read more about the show, and listen to it, by clicking on the link below…

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Dick Powell Early Radio Broadcasts

This is a 12-CD set issued by RadioRevisited.com. The earliest show included is the December 18, 1936, Hollywood Hotel on which Jimmy Stewart was a guest. Stewart’s appearance was very short, lasting just about five-seconds as he answers a question posed by Louella Parsons. Click on the link below to go to the original blog…

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Katharine Hepburn on the Air Volume Four

Volume Four of this 5-CD set features Miss Hepburn (as Tracy Lord), Jimmy Stewart (as McCauley Connor) and Cary Grant (as C.K. Dexter Haven) starring in The Philadelphia Story, which was presented on The Lady Esther Screen Guild Theater March 17, 1947. The show was directed and produced by Bill Lawrence and Truman Bradley was…

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Rosalind Russell on the Air

Volume Five of this 9-CD set features both parts 1 and 2 of Up from Darkness, originally broadcast as a two-part story on Silver Theater on October 23rd and 30th of 1938. Miss Russell starred as Micki Gargon and Jimmy Stewart plays Tim Barlow. Conrad Nagel was the master-of-ceremonies and John Conte was the announcer…

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