Classic Radio's Greatest Western Shows, Vol. 6
Date: June 2021
Duration: 7 hours 43 minutes
Enjoy fifteen of the greatest western shows from radio's Golden Age and the Hollywood celebrities that starred in them.
The Golden Age of radio had incredible western shows that kept Americans glued to their radio sets. Families gathered around their living room radios to hear western heroes catch the bad guys and save ladies in distress. This collection includes James Stewart in "Broken Arrow" on Screen Directors Playhouse, Fredric March as Wild Bill Hickok in "The Plainsman" on Lux Radio Theatre, William Boyd as "Hopalong Cassidy," William Conrad as US Marshal Matt Dillon in Gunsmoke, John Dehner as the man known as "Paladin" in Have Gun-Will Travel, Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, The Cisco Kid, Tom Mix, and many more!
The Cisco Kid, 1950s - "Two Sheriffs of Mesa" Dr. Sixgun, 7/8/54 - "Jerrod P. Kale" Escape, 5/3/53 - "Lily and the Colonel" Frontier Gentleman, 3/2/58 - "The Lost Mine" Frontier Town, 12/26/52 - "The Guns of Wrath" Gene Autry's Melody Ranch, 1950s - "Graft in Desert Springs" Gunsmoke, 1/17/53 - "Paid Killer" Have Gun-Will Travel, 8/23/59 - "Bonanza" Hollywood Star Playhouse, 4/13/52 - "The Six-Shooter" Hopalong Cassidy, 1/12/52 - "Gambler's Luck" Luke Slaughter of Tombstone, 3/9/58 - "Yancy's Pride" Lux Radio Theatre, 5/31/37 - "The Plainsman" (1 hour) The Roy Rogers Show, 11/16/51 - "Badge from a Dead Lawman" Screen Directors Playhouse, 9/7/51 - "Broken Arrow" (1 hour) Tom Mix Ralston Straight Shooters, 6/21/44 - "The Vanishing Herd" (15 min.)