Wednesday, September 04, 2013

Golden Age of Radio, old time radio performances live


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Sent: Wednesday, September 4, 2013 12:20 PM
Subject: Golden Age of Radio Theater show set for Saturday, Sept. 14th 3 pm at The Hungry Fox




Golden Age of Radio Theater Featured on Saturday, September 14th at 3 pm

Tucson, Az, September 4, 2013 -- Golden Age of Radio Theater (GART) continues old time radio performances live and onstage at The Hungry Fox Restaurant showroom on Saturday, September 14th at 3:00 pm according to GART director Butch Lynn.  Golden Age of Radio Theater performs shows monthly on the second Saturday of each month at 3p with new shows each month.  Episodes for September 14th include 'The Bickersons: Two Weeks with Pay', 'Boston Blackie: The Fur Trade' and 'Fibber McGee and Molly: Fibber Meets A Racketeer'.

Experience the excitement of old time radio live and onstage!
The Hungry Fox Restaurant proudly presents
The Golden Age of Radio Theatre
Saturday September 14th at 3:00 PM – one show only
The Hungry Fox Restaurant showroom, 4637 E. Broadway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85719
$10 with reservations at or (520) 576-7658, $12 at the door,
cash and credit cards only

The Bickersons: Two Weeks with Pay
The Bickersons was a radio comedy sketch series that began in 1946 on NBC, moving the following year to CBS where it continued until 1951. May 14, 1948.  The show's hasbeen (husband?) and wife spend nearly all their time together at odds usually in the wee hours.  Could John actually confuse a bath rug with a fur cape?  You'll see.

Boston Blackie: The Fur Trade
This originally aired November 30, 1944.  This Boston Blackie mystery is prime material for understanding thievery at its peak and within the spectrum of people being used to achieve blatant and bizarre theft.  Boston Blackie gives us new hope for solving crimes.

Fibber McGee and Molly: Fibber Meets a Racketeer
This episode originally aired October 28, 1941 and nobody handles a mobster shakedown like America's favorite couple Fibber McGee and Molly.

The cast includes Denise Blum, Victor Bowleg, Robin Carson, George Chatalas, Tony Eckstat, Charles Prokopp, Sara Smith, Pat Timm and Evelyn Versluis. Sound/special effects by Robin Carson.  Produced and directed by Butch Lynn.



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