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    Audio Theatre - Tuesday - April 12th - 6 to 8 PM - Host: John Lovering - Featured Shows: Night Watch / Burns and Allen / Adventures of Phillip Marlowe / Adventures of Superman
    April 11th, 2011

    Policer reporter Don Reed rides with the Culver City, CA.  Night Watch  patrol  in this June 18, 1954 broadcast of the precursor to televisions “Cops”  show.  Tonight’s featured real case is entitled “Kenny Narco and the Headplate.”  The cases are real… no script… no sound effects… no background music.  What you hear is what happened as Don Reed recorded the audio using a battery powered reel tape recorder and a microphone hidden in a police flashlight.  Always a fun show to hear… and it seems to point out that not much changes in terms of the crimes and the criminals, even after 56 years!

    George Burns and Gracie Allen star in a wonderfully comedic show from February 8, 1950. .. The Maxwell House Coffee Burns and Allen Show.  Tonight “Gracie’s Dented Fender. “  No one played malapropisms better than Gracie Allen, but in real life she was a brilliant comedian.  George fully admitted that without her, he would have never made it in Hollywood.   These shows are still funny today and always a joy to hear once again.

    Gerald Mohr stars in The Adventures of Phillip Marlowe… a wildly popular detective-mystery series from the 1940′s.  Tonight’s episode is entitled “Where There’s A Will” and was originally broadcast on October 17th, 1948.  The scripts are crisply written, superbly acted and the plots are always interesting.  This show is an excellent example of a genre that was extremely popular on radio throughout the Golden Age from 1935 to 1956.  Listen in and find out why the show was enjoyed by millions of listeners.

    Tonight Clayton “Bud” Collyer returns as Clark Kent and Superman in the conclusion of the six-part adventure known as “The Emerald of the Incas” from April 12, 1940 on the most popular juvenile adventures series ever heard on radio, The Adventures of Superman.   You don’t have to look up in the sky… just tune to 106.1 FM locally or streaming online at and click on “listen now” at the top of the page.

    Join host, John Lovering for two hours of classic old time radio… and exercise your imagination at the same time!

    More information on Audio Theatre can be found at .   Interested in joining our Audio Theatre Players?  Send email to  and receive our information.  It is fun… and no experience necessary… just a desire to act on the radio!


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