Wednesday • October 27
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Laughs with Red, Bob & Ray
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It’s more great sounds from not so long ago! We’ll go all the way back to 1941 to hear THE RED SKELTON SHOW. Then, an episode of LIGHTS OUT from 1943. Plus, we’ll go back to 1950 to hear Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding from early in their careers, when they were local heroes in Boston on MATINEE WITH BOB AND RAY.
Episode Segments:
Radio's Golden Age: Red Skelton

We olpen with the RED SKELTON SHOW from 10-7-4. It's The first show of the new season, with Ozzie Nelson and His Orchestra, Harriet Hilliard, Wonderful Smith. Raleigh Cigarettes, NBC.

Then, LIGHTS OUT from 6-8-43. “Organ” is Arch Oboler’s story about a family that rents a large old house and finds that the house has a caretaker...and a history. Ironized Yeast, CBS.
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Radio's Golden Age: Bob and Ray

We wrap up LIGHTS OUT, and then, it's MATINEE WITH BOB & RAY from 8-17-50. Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding from early in their careers, with spoofs of Republic Pictures and radio soap operas. Participating sponsors, WHDH.
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