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Posted on 07/29/2012 2:23:39 PM PDT by Vision
Friends, it's Sunday night again. Warm up the tubes for another 4 hours of classic radio programs...
We end with a Suspense, life is good.
We have a Suspense and another mystery just before it. "Halls of Ivy" is sponsored by Schlitz Beer!
WARNING! MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!
7:00 PM EST Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar. October 27, 1955. Part 4. CBS net. "The Alvin Summers Matter". Sustaining. How to fall into a trap...in one easy lesson. Bob Bailey, Roy Rowan (announcer), Robert Ryf (writer), Jack Johnstone (producer, director), Virginia Gregg, Parley Baer, Don Diamond. 14:42.
7:15 PM Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar. October 28, 1955. Program #5. CBS net. "The Alvin Summers Matter". Sustaining. The conclusion of the story. How to find what you've been looking for...the hard way! Bob Bailey, Roy Rowan (announcer), Robert Ryf (writer), Jack Johnstone (producer, director), Virginia Gregg, Parley Baer, Don Diamond. 14:33.
7:30 PM Dragnet. July 27, 1950. Program #59. NBC net. "The Big Gent" Part 2. Sponsored by: Fatima. The hunt for "The Gentleman Bandit" continues, leading to a freighter loading dynamite in the harbor. The program is also known as "Frank Chaney, The Gentleman Bandit." Jack Webb, Barton Yarborough. 29:29.
8:00 PM Gunsmoke. October 31, 1953. CBS net. "How To Kill A Woman (Road Ranch)". Sponsored by: Post Cereals. Nat Pilcher is one tough hombre that Marshal Dillon suspects has robbed the stage. His friend Jesse Dagget believes that every man should kills his own snakes. The script was used on the Gunsmoke television series on November 30, 1957. William Conrad, John Meston (writer), Parley Baer, John Dehner, Lawrence Dobkin, Jack Edwards, Norman Macdonnell (producer, director), Rex Koury (composer, conductor), Ken Peters (announcer). 24:31.
8:30 PM The Six-Shooter. September 27, 1953. NBC net. Sponsored by: Coleman Home Heaters. Everyone knows that Will Fedder is a coward because he won't wear a gun. However, a man can be pushed just so far! Jimmy Stewart, Howard McNear, Michael Ann Barrett, Will Wright, Frank Burt (creator, writer), Basil Adlam (music), Jack Johnstone (director), Hal Gibney (announcer), Herb Ellis. 29:28.
9:00 PM The Halls Of Ivy. March 10, 1950. NBC net. Sponsored by: Schlitz Beer. Mrs. Hall's old theatrical partner invites her to play the lead in a new Broadway production. Ronald Colman, Benita Hume, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Joseph Kearns, Janet Waldo, Gloria Gordon, Walter Brown Neuman (writer), Don Quinn (creator, writer), Nat Wolff (director), Henry Russell (composer, conductor). 29:27.
9:30 PM Tales Of The Texas Rangers. September 16, 1950. NBC net. "Candy Man". Sustaining. Based on events of April 14, 1947. An escaped convict leaves a trail of candy wrappers for the Rangers to follow. Joel McCrea, Stacy Keach (producer, director), Hal Gibney (announcer), Tony Barrett, Frank Martin, Lurene Tuttle, Wilms Herbert, Reed Hadley, Dick Ryan. 29:24.
10:00 PM Mystery House. April 28, 1946. Program #37. Mutual net, WGN, Chicago origination, Harry S. Goodman syndication. "Death With A Punch". Commercials added locally. Nanette Sargent, Forrest Lewis, Rye Billsbury (announcer). 26:01.
10:30 PM Suspense. January 19, 1943. CBS net. "The Devil's Saint". Sustaining. The "Man In Black" introduces Peter Lorre playing a sinister nobleman who invites his daughter's suitor to spend a night in "The Tapestry Room". The story has a terrific surprise ending. John Dickson Carr (writer), Peter Lorre, William Spier (producer), John Dietz (director), Bernard Herrmann (composer, conductor), Joseph Kearns ("The Man In Black"). 29:37.
Thanks Gina, do they still make Schlitz?
Hi Dr, how’s things?
Hi, Doc! It looks like a good lineup tonight.
How are you and your Honey healing?
We’re doing fine. The Beagle’s back home with our daughter, but not before she scratched up some wood trim here. It’s all repairable, and our cat’s happy once again!
Vision, there’s not much news this week, nothing big anyway.
Are you having smooth sailing?
We’ve made a lot of progress! We even took the dog for a walk everyday.
BTW, that picture is cute.
Thank the Lord! I’m glad to hear it!
Yes, the Schlitz website has a bunch of “vintage” ads from the 50s, 60s, and 70s.
Freakin’ car broke down again but everything should be fine now. No bbq this weekend but I did make some pepper stout beef.
Bless your heart! Car troubles are something I always dread. A good-running car is such a blessing from the Lord.
What is the pepper stout beef? I’m sure it’s good!
We’re slow-smoking some pork ribs that have been soaked all day in a marinade Keith whipped up off the cuff—teriyaki sauce and other seasonings and stuff.
Nice, St. Louis cut?
I’ll email you the recipe.
Yes, St. Louis. Thanks!
It’s weird to hear “Chester” as a bad guy.
We had rain today and a lot last night.
We had rain today and a lot last night.
Agreed. But what a voice.
I like that guy, Mr. Baer!
From the start I thought the “bad guy” was the zipper salesman, and that was right!
It’s good to get rain. We’ve had quite a bit recently, too, but I surely wish I could share some of ours with the dry parts of the nation that need it so badly (my family’s area out in West Texas, for instance). :-/
UNPRECEDENTED! When has Joe EVER invited a lady home to meet his Mom?! :-)
Going to Chick Fil A this week. Discovered we have one about 30 min away!
Excellent, Doc! You’re going to drive for half an hour to show your support!
This was the subject of my Thursday column: http://www.americanclarion.com/10441/2012/07/26/lets-celebrate-chick-fil-a-appreciation-day/
We would have gone there today after church if they were open. We go to a variety of diners every Sunday after church...;)
He goes on a date occasionally.
Good for you. Their chocolate milkshake is good. Give us a report next week.
His Mom, bless her heart, was jealous of the girl. After all, he’s 31, and he’s been her baby all that time...
I warned my husband there might be protestors.
Liberals actually hate freedom of speech.
O thus be it ever, when freemen shall stand
Between their loved home and the war’s desolation.
Blest with vict’ry and peace, may the Heav’n rescued land
Praise the Power that hath made and preserved us a nation!
Then conquer we must, when our cause it is just,
And this be our motto: “In God is our trust.”
And the star-spangled banner in triumph shall wave
O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave!
Yes, it is a heap good ad.
Oh, say does that star-spangled banner yet wave
O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave?
For now, YES!
Last night I discovered on Facebook that a relative of mine likes B.O. and is going to vote for him. Then today I learned that a woman I know who leads a conservative lifestyle went to see Biden when he came to this area.
There are socialists everywhere and it’s time they are called on it. I have them in my family.
I can’t imagine that anyone with even one eye half-open could not see that communism is a bad thing, and that there’s a communist in the White House.
These two people I just referred to have actually shocked me. I would never have thought they would vote for b.o. It’s disheartening. The guy is like a mass hypnotist to the uninformed.
I personally know other supposedly intelligent people who support b.o. I've gotten in arguments with old friends.
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