Old Time Radio Theater

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Welcome Old Time Radio (OTR) Fans,

If you are a fan of Old Time Radio, we would love to have you in our file sharing club! We currently have over 48,000 shows of all genres on the server available for download. Please see details further down this page.


Here is what you'll find on this website:

  • 2,500 OTR shows in .mp3 format, free download for everyone (located further down this page)
  • Many rare shows that can't be found anywhere else on the Internet
  • Friendly, active OTR discussion forum
  • Mystery show podcast and easy podcast player page
  • Lifetime Club membership with full access to over 48,000 shows of all genres for everyone who supports this website with a small donation
  • Club news blog to stay updated when we add new shows
  • Many old music shows
  • New shows being added all the time
  • Lot's of fun!


Some Things To Do Here

Listen to our audio message for our blind visitors.

See a full listing of our OTR shows and old music.

Listen to our Mystery Show Podcast with Itunes.

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Listen to our favorite OTR song while you browse this page.

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Listen to our featured shows from all our previous podcasts.

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Listen To Our Featured Show

Suspense - "On A Country Road"
Starring Cary Grant

A couple finds themselves stranded on an isolated country road at night in the middle of a storm. If that's not bad enough... There is a murderer on the loose that just escaped from a mental institution! Original broadcast 1950.

Click link to listen    Suspense - On A Country Road


A Message To Our Blind Visitors

A free life-time club membership is offered to all of our blind visitors. Just and request a "free membership for blind visitors" and you'll receive your club membership via email at no cost. Enjoy the shows.




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Club Members Area

Click on the picture of the mystery mansion (shown on the left) to enter the Club Members Area (Over 48,000 Shows of all types).

Go to the "Club Members Area" if you are a club member and would like to listen to or download OTR shows.

All of our shows are in standard mp3 format and may be listened to online or downloaded to your computer to listen to later or put on your mp3 player. Click here to see the list of shows in the club members area.

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Welcome To Our Old Time Radio Forum

OTR Discussion Board

What is the OTR forum and discussion board? This is our "On-line Clubhouse". It's where the club members and I hang out. What do we do here? We talk about vintage radio shows, recommend good old time radio downloads to each other, post club news, talk about our latest OTR download, ask and answer questions about old time radio programs, trade shows and lot's more!

Please visit our OTR forum Everyone Welcome! All club members and visitors to our website are welcome to participate.







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It's our goal to bring the joy of old time radio to as many people as possible. We think it's especially important to get young people interested. I'd hate to see something this wonderful just fade away. By helping us keep this website going, you'll be playing an important part in this effort.

This is a "not for profit" website. We raise money via donations to pay for our web server, bandwidth and new sets of shows for everyone to share and enjoy. We truly need and appreciate your help. It's your generous support that allows us to maintain and improve this website.

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Benefits Of Club Membership

Folks, we really appreciate our supporters. It's you who makes this website possible. Everyone who supports our efforts with a donation will receive a lifetime membership in our OTR Club and receive access to our Club Members area.

Access to over 48,000 old time radio shows in our club members area you can listen to and download in the standard mp3 format. We've got tons of great OTR shows for you to enjoy. Shows like, The Inner Sanctum, Charlie Chan, Father Knows Best, The Lone Ranger, Sherlock Holmes and many, many more. Click Here to see the full list of what we have in our club members area.

The Club Members area is a special web directory where we keep all of our mystery and non-mystery radio shows we've collected over the years. Here you'll find Mystery, Adventure, Comedy, Detective, Drama, Historical, Holiday, Musical, Horror, Sci-Fi, Serials, Westerns, Old Radio Commercials and more!

We currently have over 290 Gigabytes (over 48,000 shows) in .mp3 format in the Members area (Many more shows to come, we are constantly adding to our online collection). We work on this site a lot. It's our goal to make this the best OTR site on the Internet and the biggest single online collection of old time radio shows available.

If you are wondering what our club area looks like, it is exactly like what you see if you go into any of the mystery show folders listed at the bottom of this page. We use a simple directory structure format. What you see in the folder is exactly what is on the server in that particular directory.

You will be given your username and password to the Members area immediately after making your donation. You will also receive a downloadable membership certificate, suitable for printing (located in the club members area) when you join.

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Here is a nice letter we received from one of our club members. It's a great feeling knowing that people are enjoying these shows. The passing of many years has not altered the fun and excitement of old time radio!



Dear Mr. Webmaster Brad:

The word "thanks" just doesn't express how wonderful a service Mystery Shows provide. there are, indeed, thousands upon thousands of shows of all different genres and types. The first show to which I listened was the one about the "ice king--Richard Tudor. Next I heard an adventure of the Sea Hound. I'd never heard of that old time radio show before. After that I delved into a whole basketful of the Lone Ranger. That was DELICIOUS___. Pardon me while I don my parka for a trip to check up on the whereabouts of Sergeant Preston's horse Rex and his wonder dog Yukon King--fastest and strongest lead dog of the Northwest. Thanks again for opening up a retroworld of adventure, drama, mystery and fantasy among other treasures.

Sincerely,

Patrick M.




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Recent Club News

Latest Five News Items from our Old Time Radio Club

06/16/2013 05:00 PM
New Shows Added
George sent in some "I Was A Communist For The FBI" shows and Allen sent in more "Green Hornet" shows. Thanks guys!


05/27/2013 09:03 AM
3 new podcast episodes added
They are:
Lights Out - Bon Voyage
The Whistler - Blind Impulse
Inner Sanctum - Mark My Grave

Listen to them here:
http://www.mysteryshows.com/mystery-pod ... player.php



04/01/2013 11:33 AM
Two new Podcast episodes added
Suspense - Catch Me If You Can
While staying at a mountain resort during the off-season, a woman plans to kill her husband. Some guests arrive that complicate her plans. Starring Jane Wyman.

CBS Radio Mystery Theater - Arctic Encounter
Two American pilots on an Arctic patrol mission sight a downed Soviet aircraft. Suddenly their own plane mysteriously loses power and they too are forced down onto the ice. Just who or what is responsible?

Listen to our podcast here: http://www.mysteryshows.com/mystery-pod ... player.php



02/16/2013 06:50 PM
Diamond Dramas Shows Added
We just added 25 shows of "Diamond Dramas" to the club area. Enjoy.


02/10/2013 04:43 PM
New Podcast Episode - Suspense - Backseat Driver
Fibber McGee and Molly appear on Suspense as a couple with a killer riding in the backseat of their car.

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Mystery Section

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Please note: These OTR shows are in .mp3 format. They can be played with Windows Media Player (comes free with Windows), Apple Itunes (Free from Apple) and almost any modern audio playing software. If you need a great free mp3 player, you can use VLC Media Player. If any of these shows don't sound right, try adjusting or turning off the equalizer in your player's software. These radio shows are old, so please forgive any little sound problems you may encounter.






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Mystery Shows

Many more mystery (and non-mystery) shows are available in the club members area


How to listen to these shows: Pick the series of shows you'd like to listen to by clicking on the radio picture next to the series name or click on the link called "Listen to these shows now". This will take you to the folder of shows for that series. click on the name of the show to listen to it. (example: 5MM_000_Carnival_Murder.mp3 is the first show listed in the "5 Minute Mysteries" folder).

Helpful Tip: If you right-click with your mouse on the shows file name (such as: 5MM_000_Carnival_Murder.mp3) a little menu will pop up. Then click "Save Target As" to save the show to your computer and listen to it whenever you want or put it on your mp3 player. It's best to turn your bass down on your player. This makes the shows sound the best.



5 Minute Mysteries

Enjoy a great mystery today

(Date Unknown)

5 Minute Mysteries Show Listing Listen to these shows now
85 shows posted for this series.




ABC Mystery Time

Sir Laurence Olivier - ABC Mystery Time

(1957-1958)

ABC Mystery Time was hosted by Don Dowd and starred Sir Laurence Olivier.

ABC Mystery Time Show Listing Listen to these shows now
12 posted for this series.




Amazing Mr. Malone

Enjoy a great mystery today

(1947-1951)

Mr. Malone is our amazing hero, a Chicago lawyer who's hobby is collecting cliches, and each weeks show is based off of one.

Amazing Mr. Malone Show Listings Listen to these shows now
10 shows posted for this series.




Barry Craig Confidential Investigator

William Gargan - Barry Craig Confidential Investigator

(1951-1955)

Barry Craig, Confidential Investigator was a radio detective drama heard on NBC from October 3, 1951 to June 30, 1955. Detective Barry Craig (William Gargan) worked alone from his Madison Avenue office. Unlike his contemporaries Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe, Craig had a laid-back personality, somewhat cutting against the popular "hard-boiled detective" stereotype. Others in the cast included Parley Baer and Betty Lou Gerson.

Barry Craig Confidential Investigator Show Listings Listen to these shows now
75 shows posted for this series.




Box 13

Alan Ladd - Box 13

(1948-1949)

Box 13 was a syndicated radio series about the escapades of newspaperman-turned-mystery novelist Dan Holliday, played by film star Alan Ladd. Created by Ladd's company, Mayfair Productions, Box 13 premiered August 22, 1948, on Mutual's New York flagship, WOR, and aired in syndication on the East Coast from August 22, 1948, to August 14. 1949. On the West Coast, Box 13 was heard from March 15, 1948 to March 7, 1949.

To seek out new ideas for his fiction, Holliday ran a classified ad in the Star-Times newspaper where he formerly worked. "Adventure wanted, will go anywhere, do anything -- Box 13." The stories followed Holliday's adventures when he responded to the letters sent to him by such people as a psycho killer and various victims.

Box 13 Show Listing Listen to these shows now
52 shows posted for this series.




Candy Matson

Candy Matson

(1949-1951)

"Candy Matson, YU 2-8209" aired on NBC from March 1949 to May 1951 and featured Natalie Parks as Candy Matson, PI. Each job took her from her apartment on Telegraph Hill to numerous specific locations in San Francisco.

Candy Matson Show Listing Listen to these shows now
14 shows posted for this series.




Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater

Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater

It's a foggy night on old Cape Cod. A perfect night for a mystery...

Jack London declared nothing could match the pleasure of curling up with a good book and a bag of candy on a Saturday afternoon. While nothing can match it, one thing that can surpass it is driving down a moonlit road, bathed in the green glow of the dash lights and listening to a riveting radio thriller!

Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater is a grass-roots theater troupe established in 1982 with the purpose of continuing the fine tradition of Old Time Radio through a series of original mysteries and thrillers set on Cape Cod. The series features suspense shows and Captain Underhill whodunits.

Series author, Steven Thomas Oney, is recipient of the prestigious Raven Award given by the Mystery Writers of America. Past winners have included Alfred Hitchcock, Edward Gorey, Vincent Price, Angela Lansbury, Eudora Welty and Steven Bochco. Publishers Weekly called the series "Audio Mystery at its finest."

The publisher of this series of original mystery thrillers has graciously provided three complete episodes of this well written and produced show for the enjoyment of our visitors and club members. Excellent sound quality and suspenseful mysteries. A club favorite!

Cap Cod Radio Mystery Theater Listen to these shows now
3 shows posted for this series.




Carter Brown Mysteries

Carter Brown Mysteries

(Date Unknown)

Adventures in excitement and suspense based on the best-selling novels by Carter Brown.

Carter Brown Mysteries Listen to these shows now
36 shows posted for this series.




Casebook of Gregory Hood

Elliot Lewis - Casebook of Gregory Hood

(1946-1950)

Originally heard over Mutual from 06/03/46 to 12/25/49, then the series moved to ABC from 01/25/50 to 08/31/50.

Gale Gordon starred as the amateur detective / antique dealer Gregory Hood. The show was a summer replacement for Sherlock Holmes. Only a very few episodes of "The Casebook of Gregory Hood" survive.

Casebook of Gregory Hood Show Listing Listen to these shows now
14 shows posted for this series.




Casey Crime Photographer

Casey Crime Photographer

(1943-1955)

Casey, Crime Photographer (aka Crime photographer; Flashgun Casey; Casey, Press Photographer; Stephen Bristol, Crime Photographer) was a media franchise, in the 1930s through the 1960s. Created by George Harmon Coxe, the photographer Casey was featured in radio, film, theater, novels, magazines and comic books.

Launched in a 1934 issue of the pulp magazine Black Mask, the character Jack "Flashgun" Casey, was a crime photographer for the newspaper The Morning Express. With the help of reporter Ann Williams (portrayed on radio and TV by Jan Miner), he solved crimes and recounted his stories to friends at The Blue Note, their favorite tavern.

Begun as stories in Black Mask, the stories were brought to radio under multiple names. The series aired on CBS for all its entirety. 07/07/43 - 11/16/50 and 01/13/54 - 04/22/55.

Casey Crime Photographer Show Listing Listen to these shows now
77 shows posted for this series.




CBS Radio Mystery Theater

E. G. Marshall - CBS Radio Mystery Theater

(1974-1982)

(The CBS Radio Mystery Theater (or CBSRMT) was an ambitious and sustained attempt in the 1970s to revive the great drama of old-time radio. Created by Himan Brown (who had by then become a radio legend due to his work on Inner Sanctum Mysteries and other shows dating back to the 1930s), and aired on affiliate stations across the CBS Radio network, the series began its long run on January 6, 1974. The final episode ran on December 31, 1982.

The show was broadcast nightly and ran for one hour, including news and commercials. Typically, a week consisted of three to four new episodes, with the remainder of the week filled out with reruns. There were 1,399 original episodes broadcast. The total number of broadcasts, including reruns, was 2,969.

The format was similar to that of classic old time radio shows such as The Mysterious Traveler and The Whistler, in that there is a host, E.G. Marshall, who introduces each episode and provides pithy wisdom throughout; but, unlike the hosts of those shows, Marshall is fully mortal, merely someone whose heightened insight and erudition plunge the listener into the world of the macabre.

The show began with the ominous sound of a creaking door, slowly opening to invite listeners in for the evening's adventure, accompanied by Marshall's disturbing intonation of, "Come in! ... Welcome; we am E.G. Marshall." At the end of each show, the door would creak and slam shut, followed by Marshall's classic signoff, "Until next time, pleasant ... dreams?," segueing into the show's haunting woodwind theme music.

Marshall hosted the program every year but the final one, when actress Tammy Grimes took over, maintaining the format.

CBS Radio Mystery Theater Show Listing Listen to these shows now
10 shows posted for this series.




Ellery Queen & EQ One Minute Mysteries

Ellery Queen

(1939-1948)

On radio, The Adventures of Ellery Queen was heard on all three networks from 1939 to 1948. During the 1970s, syndicated radio fillers, Ellery Queen's Minute Mysteries, began with an announcer saying, "This is Ellery Queen..." and would go on to describe a case in one minute. The radio station would then encourage callers to try to solve the mystery and win a sponsor's prize. Once they got a winner, the solution part of the spot would be played as confirmation.

Ellery Queen Show Listing Listen to these shows now
101 shows posted for this series.




Mystery Is My Hobby

Enjoy a great mystery today

(1947-1948)

Told in first person by Barton Drake (played by Glen Langan), Mystery is My Hobby is played before a live audience.

Mystery Is My Hobby Show Listing Listen to these shows now
78 shows posted for this series.




The New Adventures of Nero Wolfe

Sydney Greenstreet - Nero Wolf

(1950-1951)

The New Adventures of Nero Wolfe began October 20, 1950, with "Stamped for Murder." Sydney Greenstreet starred as Nero Wolfe.

"Rex thought Greenstreet a splendid choice for the role and Greenstreet did, in fact, fill every reasonable expectation," wrote Stout biographer John McAleer. A succession of Archies included Gerald Mohr, Herb Ellis, Larry Dobkin, Wally Maher and Harry Bartell. The series ended April 27, 1951, with "The Case of Room 304."

The New Adventures of Nero Wolfe Show Listing Listen to these shows now
25 shows posted for this series.



Nick Carter Master Detective

Lon Clark - Nick Carter

(1943-1955)

Nick Carter, Master Detective was a Mutual radio crime drama based on tales of the famed detective from Street & Smith's dime novels and pulp magazines. Nick Carter first came to radio as The Return of Nick Carter, a reference to the character's pulp origins, but the title was soon changed to Nick Carter, Master Detective.

With Lon Clark in the title role, the series began April 11, 1943, on Mutual, continuing in many different timeslots for well over a decade. Between October 1944 and April 1945, it was heard as a 30-minute program on Sunday afternoons at 3pm, sponsored by Acme Paints and Lin-X, with a 15-minute serial airing four or five times a week in 1944 from April to September. In April 1945, the Sunday series moved to 6pm, continuing in that time slot until June 1946, and it was also heard in 1946 on Tuesday from March to August.

Nick Carter Master Detective Show Listing Listen to these shows now
88 shows posted for this series.



Philo Vance

Philo Vance

(1945-1950)

Philo Vance is a fictional American amateur detective who appeared in twelve novels written by S. S. Van Dine (the pen name of Willard Huntington Wright) published in the 1920s and 1930s. During that time, Vance was immensely popular in books, movies, and on the radio. He was portrayed as a stylish, even foppish dandy, a New York bon vivant possessing a highly intellectual bent. The novels were chronicled by his friend Van Dine (who appears as a kind of Dr. Watson figure in the books as well as the author).

Philo Vance Show Listing Listen to these shows now
77 shows posted for this series.



Superman

Enjoy a great mystery today

1942-1951

Listen, as Superman solves baffling mysteries and fights crime! The Adventures of Superman, adapted from the DC Comics character created in 1938 (see Superman), came to radio as a syndicated show on New York City's WOR on February 12, 1940. On Mutual, it was broadcast from August 31, 1942, to February 4, 1949, as a 15-minute serial, running three or, usually, five times a week. From February 7 to June 24, 1949 it ran as a thrice-weekly half-hour show. The series shifted to ABC Saturday evenings on October 29, 1949, and then returned to afternoons, twice-a-week on June 5, 1950, continuing on ABC until March 1, 1951.

True Detective Mystery Show Listing Listen to these shows now
1,102 shows posted for this series.



True Detective Mystery

Enjoy a great mystery today

(1937 - 1957)

True Detective Mystery ran in various years, In 1937 it was Syndicated by Trans American Syndication. In 1946 It was again on the air. This time It was on the Mutual Network where it ran in various years until 1957. Its stories were based on stories which appeared in True Detective Mystery Magazine.

True Detective Mystery Show Listing Listen to these shows now
20 shows posted for this series.



Yours Truly Johnny Dollar

Bob Bailey - Yours Truly Johnny Dollar

(1948-1962)

Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar was a radio drama about the "fabulous freelance insurance investigator with the action-packed expense account". It aired from February, 1949 to September 30, 1962 on CBS, giving it an amazing 14-year run.

Charles Russell was the first to star as Johnny Dollar, followed by a succession of actors including Edmund O'Brien, John Lund, Bob Bailey, Bob Readick, and Mandel Kramer. Each new star gave Johnny a slightly different persona.

Yours Truly Johnny Dollar Show Listing Listen to these shows now
589 shows posted for this series.





Featured Old Time Radio Shows

Latest 10 featured shows. Just click the show title to listen.

CBS Radio Mystery Theater - 0017 - A Very Old Man
An old man can see the future and even relieve physical pain with a simple touch.
CBS Radio Mystery Theater - 0016 - Dead For A Dollar
Two men who were cheated, seek revenge. Unbeknownst to them, someone already beat them to it.
CBS Radio Mystery Theater - 0015 - The Chinaman Button
A man in financial trouble is offered the chance to make a fortune for an anonymous murder.
CBS Radio Mystery Theater - 0014 - The Girl Who Found Things
A young criminal is taken by a couple who discovers her talent for finding lost things - including dead bodies.
CBS Radio Mystery Theater - 0013 - A Ring Of Roses
A trip to the country to visit a friend turns into a nightmare as a couple comes across a small girl being whipped by a man. It's only the beginning of a journey back into an old family curse and a murder - all wrapped up in a ring.
Lights Out - Bon Voyage
Two elderly women go on a cruise to get away from it all. It get a little strange when they find out that no one else is aboard.
The Whistler - Blind Impulse
Coming home late one night, a man finds parked in the front of the garage a getaway car with the driver dead and a satchel containing fifty thousand dollars.
Inner Sanctum - Mark My Grave
A reporter heads to a nearly abandoned town to investigate the recent disappearance of a couple.
Suspense - Beware The Quiet Man
A woman believes that her mild-mannered husband suspects her infidelity and plans to kill her for it.
CBS Radio Mystery Theater - 0012 - You Can Die Again
A man is convinced that he murdered his wife. He is also convinced that he has been having an affair with another woman. However, he can't convince a police detecitve of either.


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