onesmedia Store HOME | BOOKS | JEAN SHEPHERD | MOVIES | OLD TIME RADIO AUDIO CD | OLD TIME RADIO mp3 CD ROM |OLD TIME RADIO mp3 DVD ROMTHE HAROLD PEARY SHOW - HONEST HAROLD (1950-1951)Old Time Radio - CD-ROM 38 mp3Harold (Hal) Peary was an American actor, comedian and singer in radio, film, television and animation remembered best as Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve, a supporting character on radio's Fibber McGee & Molly that moved to its own radio hit, The Great Gildersleeve, the first known spinoff hit in American broadcasting history.At CBS, Peary began a new situation comedy, The Harold Peary Show, sometimes known as Honest Harold, a title that was actually the name of the fictitious radio show the new character hosted. Radio veteran Joseph Kearns (later familiar as Mr. Wilson on television's Dennis the Menace, played veterinarian Dr. Yancey, known better as Doc Yak-Yak and resembling former foil Judge Hooker. The new show also borrowed a few Gildersleeve plot devices, such as running for mayor and engagements to two women. The Harold Peary Show lasted only one season of 38 episodes.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 LISTHonest Harold 1950 08 23 AuditionHonest Harold 1950 09 17 Harold Loses His JobHonest Harold 1950 09 24 Renaming Boomer ParkHonest Harold 1950 10 04 Shark RepellentHonest Harold 1950 10 11 The ChanteuseHonest Harold 1950 10 18 The Runaway BoyHonest Harold 1950 10 25 Campaign SpeechHonest Harold 1950 11 01 Election PlansHonest Harold 1950 11 08 Cousin Raymond VisitsHonest Harold 1950 11 15 Getting a JobHonest Harold 1950 11 22 Thanksgiving PlayHonest Harold 1950 12 06 The HummerHonest Harold 1950 12 13 Raymond And GloriaHonest Harold 1950 12 20 Childrens Christmas PartyHonest Harold 1950 12 27 New Years DanceHonest Harold 1951 01 03 Warbleware PartyHonest Harold 1951 01 10 Lost SponsorHonest Harold 1951 01 17 Going to New YorkHonest Harold 1951 01 24 Engaged TwiceHonest Harold 1951 01 31 Civic Achievement AwardHonest Harold 1951 02 07 Mothers SuitorHonest Harold 1951 02 14 Mistaken ValentinesHonest Harold 1951 02 21 Florabelle ReturnsHonest Harold 1951 02 28 Willis Cant Pass the PhysicalHonest Harold 1951 03 07 Red Cross DriveHonest Harold 1951 03 14 Income TaxHonest Harold 1951 03 21 Cousin MarvinHonest Harold 1951 03 28 First Day of SchoolHonest Harold 1951 04 04 Modernizing Docs OfficeHonest Harold 1951 04 18 Cleaning the CellarHonest Harold 1951 04 25 Circus DayHonest Harold 1951 05 02 Marvins GangHonest Harold 1951 05 09 Vying for ClassHonest Harold 1951 05 16 Florabelles New LoverHonest Harold 1951 05 23 Party InvitationHonest Harold 1951 05 30 Marshall for a DayHonest Harold 1951 06 06 Peabodys Sister Takes OverHonest Harold 1951 06 13 Marvin Decides to StayFEEDBACKOur 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.