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Buck Rogers Old Time Radio Shows OTR MP3 On CD 38 Episodes

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In 1932, the Buck Rogers radio program, notable as the first science fiction program on radio, hit the airwaves. It was broadcast in four separate runs with varying schedules. Initially broadcast as a 15 minute show on CBS in 1932, it was on a Monday through Thursday schedule. In 1936, it moved to a Monday, Wednesday, Friday schedule and went off the air the same year. Mutual brought the show back and broadcast it three days a week from April to July 1939 and from May to July 1940, a 30 minute version was broadcast on Saturdays. From September 1946 to March 1947, Mutual aired a 15 minute version on weekdays.

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The radio show again related the story of our hero Buck finding himself in the 25th century. Actors Matt Crowley, Curtis Arnall, Carl Frank and John Larkin all voiced him at various times. The beautiful and strong-willed Wilma Deering was portrayed by Adele Ronson, and the brilliant scientist-inventor Dr. Huer was played by Edgar Stehli.

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The radio series was produced and directed by Carlo De Angelo and later by Jack Johnstone. In 1988, Johnstone recalled how he worked with the sound effects of Ora Nichols to produce the sound of the rockets by using an air-conditioning vent.

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Includes 38 Episodes!

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MP3 Episodes On This CD:

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Buck 00.00.00 Ep732 Pts.1, 2.mp3
Buck 00.00.00 Ep732.mp3
Buck 00.00.00 Ep733 Pts.1, 2.mp3
Buck 00.00.00 Ep733.mp3
Buck 00.00.00 Ep736 Pt.1.mp3
Buck 00.00.00 Ep737 Pt.1.mp3
Buck 00.00.00 Ep738 Pt.2.mp3
Buck 00.00.00 Ep739 Pt.2.mp3
Buck 00.00.00 Ep740 Pt.1.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep01.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep02.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep03.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep04.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep05.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep06.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep07.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep08.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep09.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep10.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep11.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep12.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Mechanical Mole 01.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Mechanical Mole 02.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Mechanical Mole 03.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Mechanical Mole 04.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Mechanical Mole 05.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Mechanical Mole 06.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Mechanical Mole 07.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 The Chase After Killer Kane 01.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 The Chase After Killer Kane 02.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 The Chase After Killer Kane 03.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 The Chase After Killer Kane 04.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 The Chase After Killer Kane 05.mp3
Buck 39.04.00 Gyro Cosomic Relativator Part1.mp3
Buck 39.04.00 Gyro Cosomic Relativator Part2.mp3
Buck 39.04.00 Gyro Cosomic Relativator Part3.mp3
Buck 39.04.12 Gyro Cosomic Relativator Part4.mp3
Buck 47.03.28 Last Show.mp3

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In 1932, the Buck Rogers radio program, notable as the first science fiction program on radio, hit the airwaves. It was broadcast in four separate runs with varying schedules. Initially broadcast as a 15 minute show on CBS in 1932, it was on a Monday through Thursday schedule. In 1936, it moved to a Monday, Wednesday, Friday schedule and went off the air the same year. Mutual brought the show back and broadcast it three days a week from April to July 1939 and from May to July 1940, a 30 minute version was broadcast on Saturdays. From September 1946 to March 1947, Mutual aired a 15 minute version on weekdays.

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The radio show again related the story of our hero Buck finding himself in the 25th century. Actors Matt Crowley, Curtis Arnall, Carl Frank and John Larkin all voiced him at various times. The beautiful and strong-willed Wilma Deering was portrayed by Adele Ronson, and the brilliant scientist-inventor Dr. Huer was played by Edgar Stehli.

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The radio series was produced and directed by Carlo De Angelo and later by Jack Johnstone. In 1988, Johnstone recalled how he worked with the sound effects of Ora Nichols to produce the sound of the rockets by using an air-conditioning vent.

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Includes 38 Episodes!

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MP3 Episodes On This CD:

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Buck 00.00.00 Ep732 Pts.1, 2.mp3
Buck 00.00.00 Ep732.mp3
Buck 00.00.00 Ep733 Pts.1, 2.mp3
Buck 00.00.00 Ep733.mp3
Buck 00.00.00 Ep736 Pt.1.mp3
Buck 00.00.00 Ep737 Pt.1.mp3
Buck 00.00.00 Ep738 Pt.2.mp3
Buck 00.00.00 Ep739 Pt.2.mp3
Buck 00.00.00 Ep740 Pt.1.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep01.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep02.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep03.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep04.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep05.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep06.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep07.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep08.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep09.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep10.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep11.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Ep12.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Mechanical Mole 01.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Mechanical Mole 02.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Mechanical Mole 03.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Mechanical Mole 04.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Mechanical Mole 05.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Mechanical Mole 06.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 Mechanical Mole 07.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 The Chase After Killer Kane 01.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 The Chase After Killer Kane 02.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 The Chase After Killer Kane 03.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 The Chase After Killer Kane 04.mp3
Buck 39.00.00 The Chase After Killer Kane 05.mp3
Buck 39.04.00 Gyro Cosomic Relativator Part1.mp3
Buck 39.04.00 Gyro Cosomic Relativator Part2.mp3
Buck 39.04.00 Gyro Cosomic Relativator Part3.mp3
Buck 39.04.12 Gyro Cosomic Relativator Part4.mp3
Buck 47.03.28 Last Show.mp3