46: Gunsmoke: “For The Love Of A Good Woman” & Other OTR Programs

Listen to These Programs:  Gunsmoke: The Love of a Good Woman  ~  Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar: Virtuous Mobster Matter  ~  I Love a Mystery: Bury Your Dead, Arizona episodes 14 & 15  ~  Our Miss Brooks: Bye Bye Boynton

When a nurse who worked with Doc in the East arrives in Dodge City, the two begin to rekindle old feelings for one another.  When a mysterious gunslinger rides into town around the same time, however, we begin to question the real motive of the mysterious nurse. This early episode of Gunsmoke first aired in 1954.

Johnny heads South when he learns an old friend named Joe sold policies to a number of gangsters who own and operate a plantation in the town of Virtue. When an ex-mobster comes on the scene, Joe goes missing and Johnny fears the worse.  Good episode with memorable characters and lots of twists and turns typical of Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar


Connie determines she would be better off if she resolved to give up any hope of romance with Mr.Boynton.  Naturally, her plan backfires and the result becomes fodder for a very funny episode of Our Miss Brooks! 

For I Love A Mystery, we offer the final two episodes of the story titled Bury Your Dead, Arizona.  It's a neat wrap up.  You'll be well entertained as the boys issues are finally resolved and they leave the small desert town off on their next adventure.

The programs presented in Our Show #46 make for great fun!  Pull up a seat and give a listen!

Frontier Gentleman, I Love A Mystery, Amos ‘n’ Andy, Gunsmoke

What You Will Hear on Show #46


Virtuous Mobster Matter

Date: 5/21/58 (CBS)

Starring: Bob Bailey


Title: Bye, Bye Boynton

Date: 7/10/55  (CBS)

Stars: Eve Arden, Gale Gordon


Bury Your Dead, Arizona Ep 14 & 15

Date: 12/49 (Mutual)

Stars: Russell Thorson, Jim Boles, Tony Randall


Love of a Good Woman

Date: 10/9/54 (CBS)

Starring: William Conrad, Parley Baer

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