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Boomer Boulevard with Bob Bro
Boomer Boulevard with Bob Bro  -  
Show #86: 1/16/17

Welcome to Boomer Boulevard - Memory 
Lane for Baby Boomers, but everyone 
is welcome!  

1. Dragnet 1-19-54 "Big Bill"
2. Jack Benny Show 5-7-50 "Jack Shops for a New Suit" 
3. Gunsmoke  10-31-52  "Overland Express"

Come along for the ride and share the memories,
laughter and tears: http://theoldtimeradioshow.com
The Friday Night Live Show Replay
Frank Larry Walden on Herb Ellis. Then Herb Ellis Peggy Webber recorded.

4:08 PM on Monday, January 23, 2017 America/New_York.

6:00 PM on Monday, January 23, 2017. America/New_York  
The Old Time Radio Show
Cavalcade of America
Beyond Tomorrow
Jack Benny
Chandu, The Magician 4/21/49
The Friday Night Live Show Replay
Frank Larry Walden on Herb Ellis. Then Herb Ellis Peggy Webber recorded.
6:30 PM on Monday, January 23, 2017. America/New_York  
The Old Time Radio Show
The Friday Night Live Show Replay
7:00 PM on Monday, January 23, 2017. America/New_York  
The Old Time Radio Show
The Friday Night Live Show Replay
7:30 PM on Monday, January 23, 2017. America/New_York  
The Old Time Radio Show
The Friday Night Live Show Replay
8:00 PM on Monday, January 23, 2017. America/New_York  
Yesterday's Radio
Encore show:

Dark Fantasy - Demon Tree - 12/5/41
The Weird Circle #51 - The Executioner
Macabre - The Weekend - 11/20/51
Frontier Fighters #24 - Custard's Last Stand 


The Friday Night Live Show Replay
8:30 PM on Monday, January 23, 2017. America/New_York  
Yesterday's Radio
Radio's Golden Age W1
"GOLDEN AGE OF RADIO" with host Max Schmid. I am going to fill this spot with this program from several years ago 
until we get a permanent DJ. Catch Max's new shows each Saturday at 11am est.

 
Originally aired 2/2/08

Vic & Sade - Little Tiny Petite Pheasant Feather Tea Shop 3/12/42
Hollywood Star Time - The Lodger 5/19/46
Command Performance USA #353 - 11/30/48
Escape #129 - Bloodbath 6/30/50
9:00 PM on Monday, January 23, 2017. America/New_York  
Yesterday's Radio
Radio's Golden Age W1
9:30 PM on Monday, January 23, 2017. America/New_York  
Yesterday's Radio
Radio's Golden Age W1
10:00 PM on Monday, January 23, 2017. America/New_York  
Listener's Choice W2 Gunsmoke Monday
Monday Night Top 5 for 1-23-2017

Gunsmoke 2-19-56 "The New Hotel"

Hosted by Bob Bro -- Come give a visit:
http://theoldtimeradioshow.com
Radio's Golden Age W1
10:30 PM on Monday, January 23, 2017. America/New_York  
The Nightly Live Show
The Nightly Live Show
11:00 PM on Monday, January 23, 2017. America/New_York  
The Nightly Live Show
The Nightly Live Show
11:30 PM on Monday, January 23, 2017. America/New_York  
The Nightly Live Show
The Nightly Live Show
12:00 AM on Tuesday, January 24, 2017. America/New_York  
The Golden Days Of Radio
Frank presents an all comedy program featuring Fibber McGee and Molly, Jack Benny 
and Abbott & Costello.

Announcing, better late than never, our Presidential candidate, Gracie Allen. 
We will play her run for the office each 2 week period until all 14 shows that are available air.

Burns and Allen 4/3/40
One Night Stand with the Big Bands W1
Billie Butterfield
12:30 AM on Tuesday, January 24, 2017. America/New_York  
The Golden Days Of Radio
One Night Stand with the Big Bands W1
01:00 AM on Tuesday, January 24, 2017. America/New_York  
The Golden Days Of Radio
The Golden Age of Radio W1
Like Groundhog Day or Dead of Night, we'll relive
the Inauguration over and over with PHIL HARRIS
and LUM & ABNER.

YOURS TRULY, JOHNNY DOLLAR with
Bob Bailey (and commercials!) “The Amy Bradshaw
Matter” Ch 4 & 5 from CBS on Nov 24-25, 1955.
Johnny gets to the bottom of the case of the
actress being stalked. With Virginia Gregg,
Carleton Young, Florence Wolcott, Larry Thor,
Vic Perrin. Jack Johnstone - director, Robert
Ryf - writer, Roy Rowan - announcer.

Next, CHANDU THE MAGICIAN returns from the
original run in 1932. With Gayne Whitman,
Margaret MacDonald, Bob Bixby, and Betty Webb.
Our current story takes place in two weeks after
where we left off. In Montalbania, Chandu has
tracked down the warlord Esteban, and Princess
Nadji has returned. Created by Harry A. Earnshaw
and Raymond R. Morgan, directed by Cyril
Armbrister, written by Vera Oldham. Ch 150 & 151
from Sept 30 & Oct 03, 1932.

Then two shows from Jan 16, 1949 and the Harry
Truman Inauguration. On THE PHIL HARRIS/
ALICE FAYE SHOW on NBC Jan 16, 1949, Phil
is heart-broken that his band hasn't been
invited to perform, and tries to beg an
invitation. With Anne Whitfield, Jeanine
Roos, Robert North, Walter Tetley, Elliott
Lewis, Frank Lovejoy, Bill Forman-announcer,
written by Ray Singer & Dick Chevillat. Griff
Barnett is your Rexall druggist.

From CBS the same day Jan 16, 1949, LUM &
ABNER are off to visit Washington DC – they
have actually been invited to Truman's big day!
With Chester Lauck and Norris Goff.