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FRONTIER GENTLEMAN (1958)  Old Time Radio - CD - 41 mp3
 

FRONTIER GENTLEMAN (1958)  Old Time Radio - CD - 41 mp3

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onesmedia store HOME | BOOKS | JEAN SHEPHERD | MOVIES | OLD TIME RADIO AUDIO CD | OLD TIME RADIO mp3 CD ROM |OLD TIME RADIO mp3 DVD ROMFRONTIER GENTLEMAN (1958)Old Time Radio - CD-ROM - 41 mp3Frontier Gentleman began with these words: "Herewith, an Englishman's account of life and death in the West. As a reporter for The London Times, he writes his colorful and unusual accounts. But as a man with a gun, he lives and becomes a part of the violent years in the new territories. Now, starring John Dehner, this is the story of J. B. Kendall, Frontier Gentleman..."That was the beginning of as fine a series of Western drama as ever graced the air. Frontier Gentleman was the last important show to premiere on radio. It was heard on CBS for a brief run premiering February 9, 1958, and stands as the only serious rival to Gunsmoke in the Radio Hall of Fame.The producers could do no better with the part of Kendall than John Dehner. Dehner, who also played Paladin in the better known but inferior Have Gun Will Travel, was always convincing in these parts that called for dry wit and subdued sophistication. His handling of J. B. Kendall was letter-perfect, and he got fine support from such old pros as, John McIntire, Jeanette Nolan, Lawrence Dobkin, Stacy Harris, Harry Bartell, Virginia Gregg, Jack Moyles, Joe Kearns, and Jack Kruschen. The series was created by Antony Ellis, the writer-director whose work on Gunsmoke, Escape, and other top shows stamped him as one of radio's outstanding talents. Wilbur Hatch and Jerry Goldsmith, both composers and conductors, were responsible for the beautiful trumpet theme that introduced the show.Kendall's adventures through the new territories came in all forms. There was tragedy, brutality, pathos, and earthy humor. Kendall met nameless drifters, bushwhackers, and real people from history. Ellis asked his listeners to believe that when Jack McCall shot Wild Bill Hickok during a poker game, J. B. Kendall was one of the players. Kendall met Calamity Jane, Jesse James, and "the richest man in the West". He won a slave girl, Gentle Virtue, in a card game, and became friends with a gambling queen. He defended an unpopular man against a murder charge, and one night on the wild Kansas prairie, he even had a brush with the supernatural.Perhaps the best of all Frontier Gentleman shows was "Random Notes". It wasn't even a story in the strict sense -- rather a loosely woven collection of vignettes. On a long stage trip, Kendall jotted down some of the funny, touching things he had seen in Western America; little snatches of life that might really have happened. A condemned killer asked Kendall to write his story; a hick-town production of Shakespeare turned to shambles. That detail, cumbersome on other shows, was what made this series go. Too bad Kendall's great performance was for a condemned medium.EPISODES LISTFrontier Gentleman IntroJohn Dehner BiographyFrontier Gentleman 58-01-29 RemittanceMan(Aud-BenWright)Frontier Gentleman 58-02-02 (01) The Shelton BrothersFrontier Gentleman 58-02-09 (02) Charlie MeekerFrontier Gentleman 58-02-16 (03) The HonkytonkersFrontier Gentleman 58-02-23 (04) Kendall's Last StandFrontier Gentleman 58-03-02 (05) The Lost MineFrontier Gentleman 58-03-09 (06) The Claim JumpersFrontier Gentleman 58-03-16 (07) Big Sam For GovernerFrontier Gentleman 58-03-23 (08) The ActressFrontier Gentleman 58-03-30 (09) Gentle VirtueFrontier Gentleman 58-04-06 (10) Powder River KidFrontier Gentleman 58-04-13 (11) The TrialFrontier Gentleman 58-04-20 (12) Aces And EightsFrontier Gentleman 58-04-27 (13) Random NotesFrontier Gentleman 58-05-04 (14) Daddy BuckbucksFrontier Gentleman 58-05-11 (15) The CannibalFrontier Gentleman 58-05-18 (16) Advice To The LovelornFrontier Gentleman 58-05-25 (17) The CowboyFrontier Gentleman 58-06-01 (18) School DaysFrontier Gentleman 58-06-08 (19) The Bellboy's PrisonerFrontier Gentleman 58-06-15 (20) The WellFrontier Gentleman 58-06-29 (21) Gambling LadyFrontier Gentleman 58-07-06 (22) The Education Of Kid YanceyFrontier Gentleman 58-07-13 (23) Justice Of The PeaceFrontier Gentleman 58-07-20 (24) Mighty MouseFrontier Gentleman 58-07-27 (25) Mighty TiredFrontier Gentleman 58-08-03 (26) Nebraska JackFrontier Gentleman 58-08-10 (27) The Cat ManFrontier Gentleman 58-08-17 (28) Wonder BoyFrontier Gentleman 58-08-24 (29) Belle Siddon's EncoreFrontier Gentleman 58-08-31 (30) Belle Siddon Strikes BackFrontier Gentleman 58-09-07 (31) The Last Of Belle SiddonsFrontier Gentleman 58-09-14 (32) A Horse For KendallFrontier Gentleman 58-09-21 (33) Indian LoverFrontier Gentleman 58-09-28 (34) The GolddiggerFrontier Gentleman 58-10-05 (35) The LibrarianFrontier Gentleman 58-10-12 (36) Aces And EightsFrontier Gentleman 58-10-19 (37) The PreacherFrontier Gentleman 58-10-26 (38) The RainmakerFrontier Gentleman 58-11-02 (39) Nasty PeopleFrontier Gentleman 58-11-09 (40) HolidayFrontier Gentleman 58-11-16 (41) Random Notes HERE'S HOW YOU CAN PLAY mp3 FILES FROM THIS CD: 1 - WITH YOUR COMPUTER USING YOUR FAVORITE PLAYER (Windows Media Player, Winamp, Real Player and many more) 2 - WITH THE LATEST CAR CD OR HOME DVD PLAYER CAPABLE TO READ mp3 FILES (Please Check your player manual) 3 - WITH YOUR mp3 PLAYER, JUST UPLOAD THE FILES TO THE DEVICETHIS CD WILL BE DELIVERED IN WHITE PAPER SLEEVEFULL REFUND IF NOT SATISFIEDTHE FINE PRINT - PUBLIC DOMAIN MATERIALPublic domain work may be freely reproduced, distributed, transmitted, used, modified, built upon, or otherwise exploited by anyone for any purpose, commercial or non-commercial, and in any way, including by methods that have not yet been invented or conceived. 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