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FORT LARAMIE with Raymond Burr Volume 2 OLD TIME RADIO - 12 AUDIO CD - 24 SHOWS
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FORT LARAMIE with Raymond Burr Volume 2 OLD TIME RADIO - 12 AUDIO CD - 24 SHOWS
FORT LARAMIE with Raymond Burr Volume 2 OLD TIME RADIO - 12 AUDIO CD - 24 SHOWS

FORT LARAMIE with Raymond Burr Volume 2 OLD TIME RADIO - 12 AUDIO CD - 24 SHOWS

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HOME|BOOKS|JEAN SHEPHERD|MOVIES|OLD TIME RADIO AUDIO CD|OLD TIME RADIO mp3 CDROM|OLD TIME RADIO mp3 DVDROMFORT LARAMIEwith Raymond Burr Volume 2OLD TIME RADIO -12 AUDIO CD - 24 SHOWSTotal Time:11:32:36Includes: Fort Laramie Episodes 25 to 40.Fort Laramie Audition. A Suspense Episode "Out for Christmas" with Raymond Burr.6 Episode of Pat Novak for Hire with Jack Webb as Pat Novak and Raymond Burr as Inspector Hellman.Fort Laramie opened with "Specially transcribed tales of the dark and tragic ground of the wild frontier. The saga of fighting men who rode the rim of empire and the dramatic story of Lee Quince, Captain of Cavalry".When Norman Macdonnell created Fort Laramie in late 1955, he made it clear to his writers that historical accuracy was essential to the integrity of the series. Correct geographic names, authentic Indian practices, military terminology, and utilizing actual names of the original buildings of the real fort, was insisted upon. So when the radio characters referred to the sutler's store (which is what the trading post was called prior to 1870), the surgeon's quarters, Old Bedlam (the officers' quarters) or the old bakery, they were naming actual structures in the original fort.While Macdonnell planned to use the same writers, soundmen, and supporting actors in Fort Laramie that he relied upon in Gunsmoke, he naturally picked different leads. Heading up the cast was a 39 year old, Canadian-born actor with a long history in broadcasting and the movies, Raymond Burr. He had begun his career in 1939, alternating between the stage and radio. He turned to Hollywood, and from 1946 until he got the part of Captain Lee Quince in Fort Laramie in 1956, he had appeared in thirty-seven films. A few were excellent (Rear Window, The Blue Gardenia) some were average (Walk a Crooked Mile, A Place in the Sun) but many were plain awful (Bride of Vengeance, Red Light, and Abandoned).With Burr in the lead, Macdonnell selected two supporting players: Vic Perrin as "Sgt. Goerss" and Jack Moyles as "Major Daggett", the commanding officer of the post. (The original Fort Laramie usually had a Lieutenant Colonel as the C.O. but Macdonnell probably preferred a shorter military title.) Perrin, a 40 year old veteran radio actor had been in countless productions, but had achieved name recognition only on The Zane Grey Show where he played the lead, "Tex Thorne." Jack Moyles was also a busy radio actor, having started in 1935 in Hawthorne House, with later major roles in Romance, Twelve Players, Night Editor as well as the lead in A Man Called Jordan. From 1947 to 1948 he was a regular in The Adventures of Philip Marlowe, which Norman Macdonnell directed, although this may not have been their first association.By the mid-1950s when Fort Laramie began, most of the actors on the west coast were doing some television and movie work so the program was rehearsed and taped for transcription during the evening. Once a week the cast and crew gathered at CBS Studio One in Hollywood to tape the show. In 1956 this was the last radio production studio in use in California. The series debuted on January 22, 1956 with an episode entitled "Playing Indian."Fort Laramie aired forty one episodes from January 22, 1956 to October 28, 1956. An audition episode was recorded on July 25, 1955.THESE ARE REGULAR AUDIO CDCAN BE PLAYED IN ANY CD PLAYER, DVD PLAYER OR COMPUTERSTHIS COLLECTION WILL BE DELIVERED IN A BOX SET WITH ART WORKWe 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 LISTCD 1Old Enemy - 56-07-15 Ep. 25Spotted Tail's Return - 56-07-22 Ep. 26CD 2Nature Boy - 56-07-29 Ep. 27The Massacre - 56-08-05 Ep. 28CD 3The Assembly Line - 56-08-12 Ep. 29Goodbye Willa - 56-08-19 Ep. 30CD 4The Chaplain - 56-08-26 Ep. 31The Return of Hattie Pelfrey - 56-09-02 Ep. 32CD 5The Buffalo Hunters - 56-09-09 Ep. 33The Payroll - 56-09-16 Ep. 34CD 6The Woman at Horse Creek - 56-09-23 Ep. 35A Small Beginning - 56-09-30 Ep. 36CD 7Galvanized Yankee - 56-10-07 Ep. 37Still Waters - 56-10-14 Ep. 38CD 8Indian Scout - 56-10-21 Ep. 39Army Wife - 56-10-28 Ep. 40CD 9Audition - 55-07-25Out for Christmas (Suspense) 58-12-21CD 10Marcia Halpern (Pat Novak) 49-02-27Father Lahey (Pat Novak) 49-04-02CD 11Sam Tolliver (Pat Novak) 49-04-09Rita Malloy (Pat Novak) 49-04-23CD 12Geranium Plant (Pat Novak) 49-05-14Joe Denine Story (Pat Novak) 49-06-18THESE ARE REGULAR AUDIO CDCANBE PLAYED IN ANY CD PLAYER, DVD PLAYER OR COMPUTERSTHIS COLLECTION WILL BE DELIVERED IN A BOXSET WITH ART WORKWe guarantee delivery of your item.If youritem doesn't get there or is damaged, pleasenotify us andwe'll reship for you.FULL REFUND IF NOT SATISFIEDFEEDBACKOur feedback record isexcellent but if any problems arise, contact us before leavingany kind of neutral or negative feedback or if you plan onrating 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 thepublic domain and was created between January 1, 1923 andDecember 31, 1971This item is in the public domaindue to failure to comply with required formalitiesAfter a careful search of the Library of Congress and theUnited States Trademark and Patent Office, it has beendetermined that the programs listed for sale here are in thePublic Domain. They are being offered with the understandingthat no valid or active copyright, trademark, and/or patentexist for them. These recordings are sold for private homelistening and use only. No broadcast rights are stated,implied, or given. I assume no responsibility forunauthorized use of these programs. They are listed inaccordance with current eCRATER policies concerning sellingPublic Domain materials.
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