Mar 12th to Mar 18th Shows and Highlights

If you haven’t grabbed it yet, the new weekly schedule can be found by clicking the following link; ShowSchedules

We are still booking cabins a for the 5th Annual Radio Spirits Sea Cruise, if you are interested in joining me this upcoming July for a 7 day tour of the Southern Caribbean hurry now to the following website to get the details and secure a cabin  or you can give Larry a call at 800-269-2127.

In this week of St. Patrick’s Day was celebrate the holiday a couple different ways. We have the traditional two-hour comedy block with themed episodes from Jack Benny, Fred Allen and George & Gracie plus we bring back a Going Green block, a fun little suggestion offered up last year by longtime channel fan Andrew in Pittsburgh. This year’s special will feature episodes from The Green Lama, two new to the channel offerings from The Green Hornet, plus Suspense’s The Green Idol.

Heading up the birthday tributes is Jerry Lewis’s 91st (Two episodes of The Martin & Lewis Show plus a Phil Harris & Alice Faye Show with Dean and Jerry as the special guests).

We’ll also have a centennial birthday celebration for Georgia Ellis (Miss Kitty on Gunsmoke) and additional birthday tributes for Mercedes McCambridge (Defense Attorney, Lights Out); child voice specialist Richard Beals (CBS Radio Workshop, Fort Laramie, The Six Shooter, Have Gun Will Travel); Mandel Kramer (Yours Truly Johnny Dollar, Gangbusters, Murder At Midnight, X-Minus One); Edward Pawley (Big Town) announcer Art Gilmore (Adventures of Frank Race); announcer Harlow Wilcox (Fibber McGee & Molly, Suspense); musical director Rex Koury (Gunsmoke); Edward Everett Horton (Screen Guild Theater’s “Tailored By Toni”); Edward Pawley (Big Town) and Jody Gilbert (Rosa on Life With Luigi).

Finally, in the do-not-miss category be sure to check out “Dick Tracy in B-Flat” as presented on Command Performance. A real tour de force production which combines music and comic strips featuring an incredible cast including Bing Crosby as Dick Tracy, Dinah Shore as Tess Trueheart, Bob Hope as Flattop, Frank Sinatra as Vitamin Flintheart, Jimmy Durante as The Mole and many more.


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