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Amos & Andy skit on how to be careful about letting people know your true identity.

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The famous "Baron Munchausen" tells his straight-man Charlie "Now, I don't like that, now you hear that?!"

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"Senator Cleghorn", popular character from "The Fred Allen Show" and the inspiration for Warner Brother's "Foghorn Leghorn", does a classic rendition of his political humor skits.

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Senator Cleghorn explains what Washington is doing about common cold prevention.

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Senator Cleghorn tells Fred Allen his favorite cold cure remedy.

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Casey Kasem rehearses an ad for a radio station countdown show, musses it up, and in the process makes rather colorful remarks.

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Casey Kasem rehearses a dedication for a fan's dead dog.

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Casey Kasem begins to loose his cool over having to make segues from up-tempo records to death dedications.

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Casey blows his top over dead dog segues.

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The wanna-be inventor of radio, William DeForest, performs a pathetic publicity stunt by reading for newsreel cameras a letter to the National Association of Broadcasters, complaining "what have you done to my child?". The rest is sufficiently surreal it has to be heard to be believed.

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Jack Benny closes a show with "We're a little late, so goodnight, folks".

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Jack Benny: "Hel-LO-o!".

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Jack Benny: "Hmm...".

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"Mary Livingston" from "The Jack Benny Show": "Hello, everybody!".

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"Mrs. Nussbaum" of "The Fred Allen Show" explains her adventures in helping to cure her husband Pierre's cold.

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Commercials

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1930's ad for "Cream of Wheat".

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1940's ad for "Chesterfield" Cigarettes.

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Sandy Becker does "Golden Age" era ad for "Crisco".

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1930's ad for "Gem Blades".

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The Jefferson Airplane does a rare 1967 ad for Levi's White Jeans.

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The closing seconds of a jingle for Jello.

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WWII era "Lucky Strikes" Ad.

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1930's Pepsi-Cola Commercial.

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1940's Pepsi-Cola commercial.

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Very rare Californian ad for The Velvet Underground & Andy Warhol, circa 1967.

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Drama

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"The Shadow" visits a convict on death row invisibly in his cell. (NOTE: You can also download a .zip file of our entire "Shadow" collection which we have archived at WinSite/CICA.

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Convict Dan Malley takes "the long walk" while swearing the vengeance of The Shadow on his traitor criminal associates.

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Traitor criminal Kingpin Murdoch taunts his fallguy Tom Malley as he leaves his cell in an episode of "The Shadow".

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The Canadian Mounties return on horseback, singing "The Maple Leaf Forever", after a mission to keep the Yukon safe for "The Crown" in "Yukon King".

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From above: "Well done, Sergeant! The Yukon still belongs to the Crown! This case is closed!"

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Show & Station I.D.'s & Segues

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A Music Segue Theme for "Radio London", which was also used on "The Who"'s 1967 album "The Who Sell Out".

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Another Music Segue Theme for "Radio London".

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One of many versions of the Opening Theme to Rev. Ivan Stang's weekly SubGenius Foundation Radio Show, "The Hour of Slack".

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A recording of the 1920 Presidential election results from Station KDKA in East Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, the first time election results had been broadcast in history.

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The Station Identification Theme of NBC Radio, circa 1930's.

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The Segue Theme for the end of the news segments on "Radio London" broadcasts.

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A Station I.D. for America's first free-form Radio Station, WFMU, in East Orange, New Jersey.

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A Segue Theme for WABC Radio, New York City, circa 1960's.

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Another 1960's WABC Segue Theme, also used on "The Who"'s "The Who Sell Out".

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A WABC Segue Theme used for playing "Oldies but Goodies".

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Another Station I.D. for WFMU.

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