Category Archives for "Fibber McGee & Molly"

42. I Love A Mystery: Bury Your Dead, Arizona – “The Wolf and the Widow” & Other OTR Programs

Listen to These Programs:  Have Gun, Will Travel - The Killer's Widow"; I Love A Mystery - Bury Your Dead Arizona ep 10; Fibber McGee & Molly - The Citizenship Test; Gunsmoke - Dooley Surrenders

Will Doc and Reggie be the next victim of the vicious wolf that is plaguing Bury Your Dead, Arizona?  Can Paladin charm the lady into telling him where her husband hid the stolen money?

Can Fibber McGee pass the citizenship test Mayor Latrivia suggests?  Can Matt Dillon prove poor old Dooley didn't commit murder --- a murder Dooley can't even remember?

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41. Fibber McGee and Molly: “Old Family Recipe -Shrimps McGee” & Other OTR Programs

Listen to These Programs:   Fibber McGee & Molly: An Old Family Recipe - Shrimps McGee   ~   Have Gun, Will Travel: The Englishman   ~   I Love a Mystery: Bury Your Dead, Arizona Ep 9   ~   Gunsmoke: The Handcuffs

We will soon have some smart and sprightly comments regarding the storylines of the individual programs featured on our Show #41.  As soon as they are completed, you will find them here.

In the meantime, why not enjoy listening and discovering some of these great stories yourself?​

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40. Gunsmoke: “Obie Tater” & Other Old Time Radio Programs

Listen to These Programs:  Gunsmoke: Obie Tater   ~   Have Gun, Will Travel: The Road to Wickenburg   ~   I Love a Mystery: Bury Your Dead, Arizona Ep 8   ~   Fibber McGee & Molly: Fibber Checks the Water

Paladin is shanghaied and left for dead. How does he manage to get his revenge?  A killer wolf is on the prowl in Bury Your Dead, Arizona.   Is it possible the wolf is actually the mysterious woman in white?  

Fibber McGee is certain that Wistful Vista is facing a major catastrophe. When he appeals to Mayor Latrivia to take steps to save the town, the outcome is very funny!  Matt Dillon is convinced that an old prospector's life may be in grave danger. And he thinks it has something to do with that young new wife of his. 

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39. Gunsmoke: “Young Man With A Gun” & Other Old Time Radio Programs

Listen to These Programs:  Gunsmoke: Young Man With a Gun   ~   Have Gun Will Travel: Landfall   ~   I Love a Mystery: Bury Your Dead, Arizona, Ep 7   ~   Fibber McGee & Molly: The Merchant Marine 

We will be giving you some very witty insights into the stories you'll discover in the four programs offered in show #39.  The problem is, we don't have these done yet.  As soon as we get them completed, you'll be the first to know.  

In the meantime, feel free to give a listen!

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38. Have Gun, Will Travel: “The Fair Fugitive” & Other OTR Programs

Listen to These Programs:  Have Gun, Will Travel: Fair Fugitive   ~   I Love A Mystery: Bury Your Dead, Arizona Ep 6   ~   Fibber McGee & Molly: Too Much Energy   ~   Gunsmoke: Mavis McCloud

We are in the process of preparing a brief description of each of the programs you will find featured on our show #38. These should be up very soon.

In the meantime, why not give a listen and discover these gems for yourself?  

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17. Voyage of the Scarlet Queen: “The Shanghai Secret” & Other Old Time Radio Programs

Listen to These Programs:  Voyage of the Scarlet Queen: The Shanghai Secret   ~   Fibber McGee & Molly: Fibber the Watch Salesman   ~   Night Beat: Zero   ~  Gunsmoke:  The Mistake  

Four outstanding programs are on tap for Show #17. Voyage of the Scarlet Queen travels to Shanghai for the episode entitled "Shanghai Secret."  Fibber McGee decides he would make an outstanding watch salesman in a very funny episode.  

Frank Lovejoy stars on Night Beat in a compelling episode entitled "Zero."  And finally there is a very good Gunsmoke  episode from 1955 titled "The Mistake."

We'll have some more descriptions shortly, but in the meantime why not give a listen?  It's okay with us. 

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16. Fibber McGee and Molly: “Too Much Energy” & Other Old Time Radio Programs

Listen to These Programs:  Fibber McGee & Molly: Too Much Energy   ~   Tales of the Texas Rangers: Sweet Revenge   ~   Fort Laramie: The Sergeant's Baby   ~   Gunsmoke: The Trial

Fort Laramie describes the struggles of starting a family while living an isolated lifestyle at an army Fort in the 1870s in the episode titled: "The Sergeant's Baby."  Fibber McGee is driving everyone crazy because he has "Too Much Energy."

Matt Dillon observes some legal irregularities in an episode of Gunsmoke called "The Trial." And finally there is a story of "Sweet Revenge" on Tales of the Texas Rangers.  

We'll write more about these programs soon. But in the meantime, feel free to give a listen! 

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6. Burns & Allen Show: “Last Year’s Christmas Bills” & Other Old Time Radio Programs

Listen to These Programs:  The Burns & Allen Show: Last Year's Christmas Bills   ~   Fibber McGee & Molly: The Christmas Show   ~  Lux Radio Theater:  Made for Each Other

Here is a unique line up featuring two of the most famous married couples in old time radio:  George Burns & Gracie Allen along with Jim & Marion Jordan --- better known as Fibber McGee & Molly.  We also have a seasonal program featuring Jimmy Stewart.   

On the Burns & Allen Show it is January and Gracie is worried about how George will react when he sees the big stack of Christmas bills. Ends up she had every reason to be!  Along the way we meet up with Gale Gordon, Mel Blanc, Meredith Wilson and Bill Goodwin.

Of course there are lots of great lines from Gracie  --- I love her reply when Bill Goodwin suggests she hand George the bills while dressed in a fancy black negligee.  Want to know what she says?  Give a listen!

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