Comedy Capers

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


82931. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #10. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a re-issue of a Transco program. This program is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Fables." The date is approximate, the song, "Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf" is mentioned (which became popular in 1933). Leo Cleary, Cliff Clark, Tom Post (host), Shirley Reed (who sounds like Mae Questel or Helen Kane), Mae Questel (?), Helen Kane (?), Norma and Monte (who sound like Frank Crumit and Julia Sanderson), Frank Crumit (?), Julia Sanderson (?), The Guardsmen (the bass sounds like Ken Christy). 13:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82639. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #48. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Fast Workers." The first tune is, "Oh, You Nasty Man." Tom refers to Adolph Hitler as, "Oh, You Nazi Man." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), The Varsity Three, Lovey and Lil, Phil Kramer. 14:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82638. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #47. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Stepping Out." The first tune is, "At Sundown." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), The Varsity Three, Sylvia Picker, Swore and Good ("The Two Black Aces"), Pick Malone (?), Pat Padgett (?). 14:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82637. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #46. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Public Enemies." The first tune is, "Someone Stole Gabriel's Horn." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), The Varsity Three, Ken Gillum, Duke Atterbury, The Rhythmettes, Jack Hayes, Ruth Hayes (they sound like Tim and Irene Ryan), Tim Ryan, Irene Ryan. 14:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82636. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #45. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Extra Girls." The first tune is, "That Gal Of Mine." The date is approximate. Phil Kramer, Tom Post (host), Lovey and Lil, The Varsity Three. 14:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82635. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #44. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Daddies." The first tune is, "My Old Man." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), The Varsity Three, Sylvia Picker, The Rhythmettes, Swore and Good ("The Two Black Aces"), Pick Malone (?), Pat Padgett (?). 14:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82634. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #43. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Rural Cut-Ups." The first tune is, "When It's Midnight On Main Street." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), The Varsity Three, Lovey and Lil, Ken Gillum, Duke Atterbury. 14:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82633. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #42. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Sun Babies." The first tune is, "The Cutest Little Nudist." The date is approximate. Jack Hayes, Ruth Hayes (they sound like Tim and Irene Ryan), Tom Post (host), Phil Kramer, The Varsity Three (?), Tim Ryan, Irene Ryan. 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82632. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #41. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Two-Timers." The first tune is, "You're Gonna Lose Your Gal." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), The Varsity Three, Swore and Good ("The Black Aces"), Pick Malone (?), Pat Padgett (?), Lovey and Lil. 14:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82631. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #40. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Good Intentions." The first tune is, "Stay on The Right Side Sister." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Sylvia Picker, The Rhythmettes, Ken Gillum, Duke Atterbury, The Varsity Three (?). 13:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82630. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #39. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Escrows." The first tune is, "We're In The Money." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), The Varsity Three, Lovey and Lil, Cliff Clark, Leo Cleary. 14:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82629. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #38. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Visitors." The first tune is, "Look Who's Here." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), The Varsity Three, Ken Gillum, Duke Atterbury, The Rhythmettes, Bob Burns. 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82626. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #35. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Hot Tameles." The first tune is, "Tony's Wife." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Cliff Clark, Leo Cleary, The Varsity Three, Lovey and Lil. 14:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82627. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #36. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Bellhops." The first tune is, "Honeymoon Hotel." The date is approximate. The Rhythmettes, Tom Post (host), Phil Kramer, Bob Burns. 14:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82628. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #37. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Real Estate Agents." The first tune is, "We Will Build A Little Home." The date is approximate. The Varsity Three, Tom Post (host), Cliff Clark, Leo Cleary. 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82624. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #33. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Dixie." The first tune is, "Nine Little Miles From Tennessee." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Eleanor Haver Wood, The Varsity Three, Cliff Clark, Leo Cleary. 14:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82625. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #34. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Fiances." The first tune is, "Let's Fall In Love." Don't miss the nice arrangement of, "The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Bob Burns, The Rhythmettes, The Varsity Three, Duke Atterbury, Ken Gillum. 14:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82623. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #32. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Speed." The first tune is, "Get Goin'." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), The Varsity Three, Phil Kramer, The Rhythmettes, Bob Burns (billed as "Bill Ozark"). 13:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82622. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #31. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Weather Prophets." The first tune is, "Hey, Young Feller." The date is approximate. The Fortune Tellers, Cliff Clark, Leo Cleary, Tom Post (host), Phil Kramer. 14:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82621. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #30. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "The Coe-ed." The first tune is, "Betty Co-ed." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), The Blue Pacific Stars, Bob Burns (billed as "Bill Ozark"). 13:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82620. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #29. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Grass Bachelors." The first tune is, "Good-Bye Blues." Elvia Allman's routines on many of these shows involve "Mama and Junior," which was very similar to the Red Sketon "Mean Widdle Kid." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Elvia Allman, The Fortune Tellers, The Blue Pacific Stars, Cliff Clark, Leo Cleary. 13:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82619. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #28. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "The Kitchen Maid." The first tune is, "Tin Pan Parade." The date is approximate. Bob Burns (billed as "Bill Ozark"), Tom Post (host), Phil Kramer. 14:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82618. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #27. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Mystery Plays." The first tune is, "Who?" Someone does a dead-on impersonation of Mae West chatting with Greta Garbo. The date is approximate. Leo Cleary, Tom Post (host), Cliff Clark, The Fortune Tellers. 14:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82617. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #26. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "The Hitchhiker." The first tune is, "Marching Along Together." The year is mentioned as 1934. The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Bob Burns, The Blue Pacific Stars, Cliff Clark, Leo Cleary. 13:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82616. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #25. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Old Sanish Customs." The first tune is, "Lady Of Spain." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Elvia Allman, The Fortune Tellers, Eleanor Haver Wood (?). 14:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82615. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #24. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Forest Rangers." The first tune is, "The Ranger Song." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Bill Kramer, The Blue Pacific Stars, Bob Burns (billed as "Bill Ozark"). 13:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82613. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #22. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Beauty Parlors." The first tune is, "Keep Young and Beautiful." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Billy Nelson, Irene Knight ("Tim and Irene"?), Tim Ryan, Irene Ryan, Bob Burns (billed as "Bill Ozark"), The Blue Pacific Stars. 14:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82614. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #23. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Artists." The first tune is, "Painting The Clouds With Sunshine." The date is approximate. Leo Cleary, The Four Trumpets (they sound like "The Mills Brothers"), The Mills Brothers (?), Cliff Clark, Tom Post (host), Elvia Allman. 13:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82612. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #21. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Cynics." The first tune is, "Love Locked Out." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Elvia Allman, Cliff Clark, Leo Cleary, The Guardsmen. 14:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82611. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #20. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Early Risers." The first tune is, "Fresh As A Daisy." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Bob Burns (billed as "Bill Ozark"), Billy Nelson, Irene Knight (they sound like "Tim and Irene" Ryan), Tim Ryan, Irene Ryan, The Blue Pacific Stars. 14:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82610. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #19. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Bargain Hunters." The first tune is, "This Little Piggy." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), The Varsity Three (?), Elvia Allman, Cliff Clark, Leo Cleary, The Guardsmen. 13:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82609. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #18. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Astrology." The first tune is, "I Thank My Stars For You." Don't miss the orchestra playing, "Twelfth Street Rag." These guys are pros! The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Billy Nelson, Irene Knight, Tim Ryan, Irene Ryan, Bob Burns (billed as "Bill Ozark"), The Blue Pacific Stars. 14:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82608. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #17. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Turkish Baths." The first tune is, "You're Such A Comfort To Me." The date is approximate. The orchestra does a nice dance arrangement of, "Hell's Belles." Leo Cleary, The Guardsmen, Tom Post (host), Barbara Jo Allen (billed as, "Madame Tonsilia Lungbuster"), Cliff Clark. 14:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82607. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #16. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "The Family Circle." The first tune is, "Throw Another Log On The Fire." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Bob Burns (billed as "Bill Ozark"), Billy Nelson, Irene Knight (billed as "Nelson and Knight," they sound like "Tim and Irene" Ryan), The Blue Pacific Stars, Tim Ryan, Irene Ryan. 14:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82606. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #15. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Prosperity." The first tune is, "The Road Is Open Again." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Elvia Allman, The Four Dragoons, Swore and Good, The Three Bad Pennies, Pick Malone (?), Pat Padgett (?). 13:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82605. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #14. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Doubt." The first tune is, "Why?" The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Shirley Reed, Elvia Allman, The Guardsmen, Cliff Clark, Leo Cleary. 14:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82603. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #12. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Picnics." The first tune is, "A Picnic For Two." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Shirley Reed (she sounds like Mae Questel or Helen Kane), Mae Questel (?), Helen Kane (?), Cliff Clark, Leo Cleary, The Guardsmen, Joe Doaks, Cynthia Doaks. 13:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82604. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #13. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Sleep." The first tune is, "Goodnight Sweetheart." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), The Two Black Jokers (Negro dialecticians that sound just like, "Moran and Mack, "The Two Black Crows"), Moran and Mack (?), Norma and Monte, The Blue Pacific Stars, The Guardsmen, Bob Burns (billed as "Bill Ozark"). 14:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82602. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #11. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Babies." The first tune is, "Eleven Pounds Of Heaven." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Elvia Allman, Bob Burns (billed as "Bill Ozark"), The Blue Pacific Stars, Swore and Good (Negro dialect comedians), Pick Malone (?), Pat Padgett (?). 13:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82601. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #9. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Sunshine." The first tune is, "The Sun's In My Heart." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Bob Burns (billed as "Bill Ozark"), The Blue Pacific Stars, Elvia Allman. 14:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82600. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #8. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Jealousy." The first tune is, "When You're Jealous, You're In Love." The date is approximate. Tony Caroni ("Brother of Macaroni"). See cat. #2206 and #2207 for programs with similar numbers. Tom Post (host), Elvia Allman, The Three Stars, Swore and Good (negro dialect comedians, they sound like "Pick and Pat"), Pick Malone (?), Pat Padgett (?). 14:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82599. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #7. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The program is dedicated to, "Villains." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Bob Burns (billed as "Bill Ozark"), The Foster Trio, Cliff Clark, Leo Cleary. 14:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82597. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #5. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The show is dedicated to, "Moonlight." The first tune is, "Goodnight Moon." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Swore and Good ("Midnight In A Coal Yard", they sound like Pick and Pat), The Foster Trio, Bob Burns (billed as "Bill Ozark"), Ken Gillum, Ted Dailey, Pat Padgett (?), Pick Malone (?). 13:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82598. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #6. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The show is dedicated to, "Fraternities." The first tune is, "I've Got Those F-R-A-T-E-R-N-I-T-Y Blues." The date is approximate. "Tony Carone, Brother Of Macaroni." Tom Post (host), Jean Cowan, The Three Stars, Maurey Leaf (Jewish dialect comedian). 13:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82596. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #4. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." A program about "Sweet Dreams." The first tune is, "Pleasant Dreams." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Jean Cowan, Cliff Clark, Leo Cleary, The Three Stars, Elvia Allman. 14:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82595. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #3. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. The show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." A program dedicated to "Optimists." The first tune is, "We Can Live On Love." Tony Carone ("The Brother of Macaroni"). The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), The Foster Trio, Ted Dailey (? Chinese dialect comedian), Bob Burns. 10:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

82594. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #2. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Possibly a reissue of a Transco program. A program about "Trouble." This show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The date is approximate. Leo Cleary (as "Clark and Cleary, "The Two-Man Stock Company"), Tom Post (host), Jean Cowan (?), Elvia Allman, The Three Stars, Cliff Clark. 13:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

52327. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #72. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Probably a re-issue of a Transco program. This program is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The first tune is, "Come On Out Luanna." The date is approximate. Bill Demling, Tom Post (host), Frank Gill Jr., Joe Bishop, Jean Cowan. 14:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

52325. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #64. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Probably a re-issue of a Transco program. This program is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The first tune is, "I'm Satisfied." "Joe Twerp" has an act similar to "Doodles" Weaver, and in fact may be him. The date is approximate. See also cat. #2206. Tom Post (host), Frank Gill Jr., Bill Demling, Joe Bishop, Doodles Weaver (?), Jean Cowan. 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

52326. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #71. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Probably a re-issue of a Transco program. This program is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The first tune is, "Everything Is Peaches 'Neath The Old Apple Tree." "Primrose Semon" (who sounds like Martha Raye) sings. The date is approximate. "Asthma" is a black-face comedian (Bob Burns). Martha Raye (billed as "Primrose Semon"), Bob Burns, Tom Post (host), Frank Gill Jr., Bill Demling, The Rover Boys. 14:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

52324. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #63. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Probably a re-issue of a Transco program. This program is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The first tune is, "There's Something About A Soldier." The date is approximate. "Primrose Semon" sings. Bill Demling, The Rover Boys, Doodles Weaver (? as Joe Twerp), Martha Raye (as "Primrose Semon"), Tom Post (host), Frank Gill Jr.. 14:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

52323. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #68. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Probably a re-issue of a Transco program. This program is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The first tune is, "Side By Side By The Seaside." The date is approximate. Bill Demling, Ted King, Buddy King, Jean Cowan, Doodles Weaver (? as Joe Twerp), Tom Post (host), Frank Gill Jr.. 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

52322. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #67. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Probably a re-issue of a Transco program. This program is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The first tune is, "My Old Man." "Primrose Semon" (Martha Raye) sings, "Oh, You Big Bad Man." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Frank Gill Jr., Bill Demling, The Rover Boys, Martha Raye (as "Primrose Semon"). 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

52321. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #66. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Probably a re-issue of a Transco program. This program is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The first tune is, "How Do I Know It's Sunday?" Joe Bishop, "The Kosher Crooner," sings, "I Can Get It For Wholesale." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Frank Gill Jr., Bill Demling, Jean Cowan, Joe Bishop. 14:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

52319. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #62. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Probably a re-issue of a Transco program. This program is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The first tune is, "Some Of These Days." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Frank Gill Jr., Bill Demling, Joe Twerp, Jean Cowan. 14:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

52320. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #65. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Probably a re-issue of a Transco program. This program is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The first tune is, "My Little Grass Shack." "Noreen" impersonates Jimmy Durante, ZaSu Pitts, Mae West and others. "Florence" Gill clucks an aria. The date is approximate. See cat. #2207. Bill Demling, Ted King, Buddy King, Florence Gill, Tom Post (host), Frank Gill Jr. (as "Florence Gill" ?). 14:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

52318. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #61. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Probably a re-issue of a Transco program. This program is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." "Florence Gill" may in fact be Frank Gill, since she "clucks" an aria. The first tune is, "Don't Let Your Love Go Wrong." The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Frank Gill Jr., Bill Demling, Joe Bishop, Florence Gill. 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

51938. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #60. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Probably a re-issue of a Transco program. This show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The first tune is, "Hot Dogs and Sasparilla." Jean sings, "Strike Me Pink." Ted King, Buddy King, Jean Cowan (?), Tom Post (host), Frank Gill Jr., Bill Demling. 14:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

51937. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #59. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Probably a re-issue of a Transco program. This show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The first tune is, "Got The Jitters." Tom Post (host), Frank Gill Jr., Bill Demling, The Rover Boys. 14:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

51932. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #58. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Probably a re-issue of a Transco program. This show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The first tune is, "Stay On The Right Side Of The Road." Joe Bishop, "The Kosher Caruso," who not only sings in the bathtub, he sings rings around it, sings "Salesman, Stay Away From My Door!" Jean sings, "Dreamin'." Tom Post (host), Frank Gill Jr., Bill Demling, Joe Bishop (Joe Twerp ?), Jean Cowan. 14:44. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

51931. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #57. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Probably a re-issue of a Transco program. This show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The first tune is, "Rhythm Man, Swing That Band, Rock My Blues Away." Florence (Frank Gill Jr.?) "clucks," "The Beautiful Blue Danube." Tom Post (host), Frank Gill Jr., Bill Demling, Florence Gill. 14:35. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

44199. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #75. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Probably a re-issue of a Transco program. This program is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The first tune is,"The Big Bad Wolf Is Dead" (possibly "Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf?"). Ted and Buddy King (with uke), the cast does the balcony scene from, "Romeo Wasn't Built In A Day." The Rover Boys sing, Primrose Semon (?) sounds exactly like Martha Raye. The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Frank Gill Jr., Bill Demling, Ted King, Buddy King, The Rover Boys, Martha Raye (billed as "Primrose Semon"). 14:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

44198. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #74. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Probably a re-issue of a Transco program. This program is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The first tune is, "It's The Breeze That Fills The Sails." The show features a funny Jewish dialect comedian, also "Asthma," a Negro comedian who plays "The Bazooka." Jean Cowan sings. The date is approximate. Tom Post (host), Frank Gill Jr., Bill Demling, Jean Cowan (?), Bob Burns. 14:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

44197. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #73. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Probably a re-issue of a Transco program. This program is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The first tune is, "Ridin' On A Rainbow." Ted and Buddy King sing close harmony, accompanied by a uke. "Claire Voyant," the mind reader! The date is approximate. The Rover Boys may in fact be Gill and Demling! Many other the voices on this series might be impersonated by Frank Gill Jr. and Bill Demling. Bill Demling, Tom Post (host), Frank Gill Jr., The Rover Boys (vocal trio), Ted King, Buddy King. 14:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

38792. Comedy Capers. 1934. Program #1. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Probably a re-issue of a Transco program, this show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." A program about "wishes." With "Swore and Good," (Negro dialect comedians who imitate Amos 'N Andy), The Foster Trio, Ken Gillum, and Ted Dailey, a Chinese dialect comedian. This series is similar to, and possibly contain overlapping personnel with, "The Mirth Parade." Tom Post (host), Swore and Good, Pick Malone (?), Pat Padgett (?), The Foster Trio, Ken Gillum, Ted Dailey. 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

2206. Comedy Capers. July 30, 1935. Program #8-A. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. This show is also known as, "Komedy Kapers." The first tune is, "I'm Satisfied." A performer, identified only as "Joe" sounds just like "Doodles" Weaver singing, "The Man On The Flying Trapeze." See also cat. #82931 for a program with a similar number. Tom Post (host), Frank Gill Jr., Bill Demling, Jean Cowan, Joe Twerp, Doodles Weaver (?). 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

2207. Comedy Capers. August 6, 1935. Program #8-B. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. The show is also known as "Komedy Kapers." The first tune is, "My Little Grass Shack." See cat. #82931 for a program with a similar number. Tom Post (host), Frank Gill Jr., Bill Demling, Ted King, Buddy King, Jean Cowan (?). 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

Report contains 67 programs.