Those who grew up in the 1950s found themselves in the last end of the great old radio programs. The truth is to say that I was too late to raise it on the radio alone. Television was already a dominant radio partner. Still, the great old radio programs still influenced us all in the '50s.
Then he did not know the "Bad, McGee?"
Everyone knew about the mess in the Fibber McGee cabinet.
And we all heard about Quiz Kids, Henry Aldrich, Bickersons, Midnight Captain, Inner Sanctum, The Great Gildersleeve, and Lum and Abner a big hit on TV.
Some of the great old radio programs have successfully turned on television – and they were very popular. I still associate programs like […] Miss Brooks, Ozzie and Harriet, and My Friend Irma television, but they started on the radio.
A show, My Little Margie together with Gale Storm, started both on the radio and on television at the same time. Another show actually started on TV and then went to the radio – although the actor was different.
Even the oldest, such as Jack Benny Show, Burns and Allen and Lone Ranger is generally seen as a television show of people born in the late 40s and early 50s. But their genesis was a radio, and there are still great radio programs that are listening.
It is a fact that in recent years digital sound has made these old radio programs re-available. When you listen to them, you can discover that you like the versions of your brother who were playing on the radio for years before they appeared on television.
What's your favorite old radio show? Well, there are about 20 of my top ten lists. I can say that I must admit that when I listen to Gunsmoke I immediately returned it to 1954.
Again, the puppy was bathed in green flames, clinging to his chin, staring at the room with the big, green, hypnotic eyes as he listened to the story of Matt and Chester, Kitty and Doc. Wondering at Dodge City, Kansas, around 1874.
What is your favorite old radio show?
Whatever it is, if you have a similar effect on you, we are kinship spirits … it is forever dependent on the great old radio programs as they play their minds in the magic of their eyes.
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