onesmedia Store HOME | BOOKS | JEAN SHEPHERD | MOVIES | OLD TIME RADIO AUDIO CD | OLD TIME RADIO mp3 CD ROM |OLD TIME RADIO mp3 DVD ROMVICTOR BORGE SHOW (1941-1947)Old Time Radio - CD-ROM 27 mp3Even though Borge did not speak a word of English upon arrival, he quickly managed to adapt his jokes to the American audience, learning English by watching movies. He took the name of Victor Borge, and, in 1941, he started on Rudy Vallee's radio show, but was hired soon after by Bing Crosby for his Kraft Music Hall. From then on, fame rose quickly for Borge, who won Best New Radio Performer of the Year in 1942. Soon after the award, he was offered film roles with stars such as Frank Sinatra (in Higher and Higher). While hosting The Victor Borge Show on NBC beginning in 1946, he "developed many of his trademarks, including repeatedly announcing his intent to play a piece but getting "distracted" by something or other, making comments about the audience, or discussing the usefulness of Chopin's Minute Waltz as an eggtimer. Or he would start out with some well-known classical piece like Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata" op. 27 and suddenly moved into a harmonically suitable pop or jazz tune like "Night and Day" PLEASE READ HOW TO LISTEN TO THIS CDTHESE ARE MP3 CD RECORDINGSIT WILL NOT PLAY IN REGULAR CD PLAYERSYou will need CD players that read mp3 files.Here some of the more popular mp3 players: Coby, Memorex, Panasonic, Philips, Sony and many more. Be sure you buy a model that support mp3 files.You can upload the files in ipods like Apple Ipod, Sansa and 100's more. Many new car CD players reads mp3, again check your player first. Many new home DVD players and virtually every Blu Ray reads mp3 files, please check your manual. Finally you can use your computer. If you're reading this web page, you already have everything you need to listen this mp3 CDTHIS CD WILL BE DELIVERED IN WHITE PAPER SLEEVEWe guarantee delivery of your item. If your item doesn't get there or is damaged, please notify us and we'll reship for you.FULL REFUND IF NOT SATISFIEDSHOWS LIST470202 0 The Death of David Malone (Audition)470703 1 The Shanghai Secret470710 2 Report of the White Jade Buddha470717 3 The Spaniard and the Laskar Pirates470724 4 The Boston Geisha and Chesapeake Bay470731 5 Lily in the Chimoipo Bar470807 6 The White Cargo Act and Ah Sin470821 8 Story of the Eight Historic Periods470828 9 The Barefoot Nymph and the Mother Hubbard Jacket470911 11 Jewel Thieves and the Straw Filled Dummy470918 12 The Courtship of Anna May Lamour470925 13 Shore Leave and the Unhappy Wife471002 14 The Fat Trader and the Sword of Apokaezhan471009 15 The Tattooed Beaver and Baby Food for Pare Pare471016 16 Ah Sin and the Balinese Beaux Arts Ball471023 17 Grafter's Fort and the Black Pearl of Galahla Bay471106 19 Lonely Sultan of Isabella De Basilan471113 20 Kang's Treasure and the Ghost of Tangolan Bay471120 21 Beautiful Girl in the Bargain Basement471127 22 Huntsman's Quarry and the Dead Chinese471203 23 The Green Tourist and the Temple Bell471210 24 The Wandering Master and the Warlord at Rest471217 25 Red Beard and the Bag of Pearls471224 26 The 15th Lama and the Wise Guy from the East471231 27 Hattie McCormick and the Patient Stowaway480107 28 The Derelict and the Wandering Boy480114 29 Fang Rubies and the Black Siamese480121 30 The Ambitious Hostess on South Bridge Road480128 31 The Bubble Dancer and the Buccaneers480204 32 The Pegleg Skipper and the Iberian Blade480211 33 Rocky III and the Dead Man's Chest480218 34 Queen Anne Pistols and the Dealer on King George Road480225 35 Winchester Rifle and the Ambitious GroomFEEDBACKOur feedback record is excellent but if any problems arise, contact us before leaving any kind of neutral or negative feedback or if you plan on rating us anything less of five stars in all DSR areas. We, always, will take care of any kind of problems.PUBLIC DOMAIN NOTEThis item is the public domain and was created between January 1, 1923 and December 31, 1971This item is in the public domain due to failure to comply with required formalitiesAfter a careful search of the Library of Congress and the United States Trademark and Patent Office, it has been determined that the programs listed for sale here are in the Public Domain. They are being offered with the understanding that no valid or active copyright, trademark, and/or patent exist for them. These recordings are sold for private home listening and use only. No broadcast rights are stated, implied, or given. I assume no responsibility for unauthorized use of these programs. They are listed in accordance with current eCRATER policies concerning selling Public Domain materials.