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Arthur Conan Doyle and H.G. Wells Shows 

"Arthur Conan Doyle and H.G. Wells Shows" series added to "club members area". 10 Shows: Dune Roller, First Men in the Moon, Himself, Independence Day, Invisible Man, Lost World, Orbit 1 Zero, Project Genesis, Space Force, Time Machine.

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One Year Anniversary celebrates it's one year anniversary.

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Ann Of The Airlanes 

"Ann Of The Airlanes" series added to "club members area". 25 Shows: Ann of the Airlanes was a syndicated radio adventure drama series broadcast between 1932 and 1935. The story focused on Ann Burton, an airplane hostess employed by Interstate Airlines. She also worked with the Secret Service, as did her romantic interest, pilot Jack Baker. Gerald Mohr portrayed Secret Service agent and co-pilot Art Morrison. Also in the cast was John Gibson who portrayed Pete. There were more than a few radio aviation dramas during the 1930s, but this was the only one with a female lead.
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Archie Andrews 

"Archie Andrews" series updated in "club members area". Replaced with better sounding copies and added 25 more shows. Now 50 Shows total: Archie Andrews (of comic book fame) was heard on radio in the early 1940s. Archie Andrews began on the Blue Network on May 31, 1943, switched to Mutual in 1944, and then continued on NBC from 1945 until September 5, 1953. Archie was first played by Charles Mullen, Jack Grimes and Burt Boyar, with Bob Hastings as the title character during the NBC years. Jughead was portrayed by Harlan Stone and Cameron Andrews as Jughead. Stone later wrote a book about his experiences on the series.

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Sherlock Holmes Collection 

Complete BBC Radio "Sherlock Holmes Collection" added to "Free Section". Located on the home page. 76 Shows total: Dramatised for radio by Bert Coules et al. Starring Clive Merrison as Sherlock Holmes & Michael Williams as Doctor John Watson.

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Sherlock Holmes .vs Dracula 

"Sherlock Holmes .vs Dracula" added to the "Free Section". Located on the home page. 2 Shows: Sherlock Holmes v Dracula by Loren D. Estleman. Adapted for radio and directed by Glyn Dearman. The year is 1890. A ship is discovered adrift off the English coast, its crew missing, its murdered captain lashed to the wheel, and its only passanger is a sinister black dog. This impenetrable mystery is clearly a case for the inimitable Sherlock Holmes, but for the first time in his illustrious career the great detective is baffled. Clearly the crew have been murdered and dumped overboard, but what can account for the captain's expression of imponderable terror and his acute loss of blood, or the ship's strange cargo - fifty boxes of earth?
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Silent Men 

"Silent Men" series added to "club members area". 27 Shows: Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. played the parts of "special agents of all branches of the federal government, who daily risk their lives to protect the lives of all of us... to guard our welfare and our liberties, they must remain nameless - The Silent Men!" At each episode, Fairbanks checked in with his chief, played by either William Conrad or Herb Butterfield. Regulars included Virginia Gregg, Raymond Burr, Lou Merrill, Lurene Tuttle, Paul Frees and John Dehner. Don Stanley was the announcer. The show was produced and directed by Warren Lewis, who wrote many of the scripts along with Joel Murcott. The series ran on NBC.
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