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Old 04-28-2009, 07:22 AM
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Originally Posted by AuntieMistletoeDear View Post
Thanks for the car keys Rockin' daddy-o

Is this a good link for anyone?
http://www.archive.org/details/KIBMChristmasPlayhouse


"Some of the best Holiday films came out during The Golden Age of Radio, circa 1930-1955. It's A Wonderful Life, Miracle on 34th Street, The Wizard of Oz, Miracle of the Bells. Other movies came out, and while not about Christmas, definetally have the Christmas spirit. Lux Radio Theater led the way in Holiday specials, but other series also contributed to the festive feeling in there own way. Command Performance, The Bing Crosby Show, Screen Directors Playhouse, and hundreds of others. The shows here are a small sample of what is currently available to listen to, curtosy of Old Time Radio. However, the shows below are definetally among the best."

Happy Thanks Giving, Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year!


The Bing Crosby Show
December 14th, 1949
Guest Stars : Carole Richards & James Stewart

Command Performance - Christmas Special
Length : Two Hours
December 24th, 1945

Lux Radio Theater
Snow White - With Origional Voice-Cast
December 26th, 1938

Lux Radio Theater
Pinochio - With Origional Voice Cast
December 25th, 1939

Lux Radio Theater
Young Tom Edison with Mickey Rooney
December 25th, 1940

Lux Radio Theater
Remember The Night with Jean Arthur and Fred MacMurray
December 22nd, 1941

Lux Radio Theater
It's A Wonderful Life with James Stewart and Donna Reed
March 10th, 1947

etc.

Check it out. If it's already been shared, sorry, if not enjoy.
Very cool! I've seen a few of these sold on CDs as well. That archive.com is a great site to explore!

Thanks Auntie!
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