Frontier Town

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.


38652. Frontier Town. March 5, 1949. Program #1. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Return To Dos Rios". Music fill for local commercial insert. Chad Remington is a two-fisted lawyer in the town of Dos Rios. His sidekick, Cherokee O'Bannon (Wade Crosby), speaks in a W.C. Fields accent. Either Bob Mitchell or Ivan Ditmars at the organ. Chad gets revenge on his father's killers and clears the name of the innocent Indian who was lynched for the crime. The date above and the dates for the other programs in this series are correct for KQW, San Francisco and/or WINS, New York City. WINS carried ther series up to program #41. This might have been the first time the series, which started to be recorded in 1948, was broadcast. Because of the nature of radio syndication, the programs were heard on many stations for years afterwards. The story titles are subject to correction. Jeff Chandler (billed as "Tex Chandler" during the series), Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

13307. Frontier Town. March 12, 1949. Program #2. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "His Name Is John Smith". Music fill for local commercial insert. A telegrapher about to be proven not guilty surprises everyone by breaking out of jail. Jeff Chandler, Ivan Ditmars (composer, conductor), Joel Murcott (supervisor), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Wade Crosby, Bruce Eells (producer). 27:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

38653. Frontier Town. March 19, 1949. Program #3. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Todd Ford". Music fill for local commercial insert. When a young miner is shot and his claim stolen, Chad Remington battles evil Rocky Carew and his henchmen. Jeff Chandler, Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

38654. Frontier Town. March 26, 1949. Program #4. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Marie". Music fill for local commercial insert. Marie Hoxie, a damsel in distress, has a secret desire for a map to a lost mine. Jeff Chandler, Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

38655. Frontier Town. April 2, 1949. Program #5. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Five Gallons Of Poison". Music fill for local commercial insert. Lefty Slaughter is trying to take over the town by killing the storekeeper and calling all debts. This is a more complete, syndicated version of cat. #17514. Jeff Chandler, Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

17514. Frontier Town. April 2, 1949. Program #5. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Five Gallons Of Poison". Commercials added locally. Lefty Slaughter is trying to take over the town by killing the storekeeper and calling all debts. See also #38655. Jeff Chandler, Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 25 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

38656. Frontier Town. April 9, 1949. Program #6. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The $10,000 Foreclosure". Music fill for local commercial insert. Chad and Cherokee outfox a confidence man who is foreclosing mortgages to take over ranch lands. Jeff Chandler, Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

38657. Frontier Town. April 16, 1949. Program #7. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Trouble On The Seminole Strip". Music fill for local commercial insert. King Carson and a dishonest senator plan to keep the Seminole Strip from becoming a part of the state, for their own evil purposes. Jeff Chandler, Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

38664. Frontier Town. April 23, 1949. Program #8. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of The Chavez Family". Music fill for local commercial insert. Senor Nagle comes to Dos Rios claiming all the land in the Valley, and he has the documents to prove it! Jeff Chandler, Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 27:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

38665. Frontier Town. April 30, 1949. Program #9. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of The Homesteaders and The Forest Reserve". Music fill for local commercial insert. Chad Remington tackles "Laredo" during the Tioga land rush, and is ambushed and shot! Jeff Chandler, Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 28 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

38666. Frontier Town. May 7, 1949. Program #10. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of The Tax Collectors At Medicine Creek". Music fill for local commercial insert. The tax collector of Medicine Hat blows the whistle on municipal corruption and gets a bullet for his trouble. Jeff Chandler, Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

38667. Frontier Town. May 14, 1949. Program #11. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Justice At Roaring River". Music fill for local commercial insert. Judge "Peg Leg" Cooper of Roaring River comes to town, and brings his strange brand of justice with him! Jeff Chandler, Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

38658. Frontier Town. May 21, 1949. Program #12. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of Felipe Gomez". Music fill for local commercial insert. Chad Remington defends a Mexican framed for murder. Jeff Chandler, Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

38659. Frontier Town. May 28, 1949. Program #13. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of The Freighter's Wagons". Music fill for local commercial insert. Shortly after options on many ranches have been sold, the Comanches threaten an attack, sharply reducing property values! Jeff Chandler, Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

38661. Frontier Town. June 4, 1949. Program #14. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of The Wells Fargo Robbery". Music fill for local commercial insert. A gang of crooks trapped in a canyon take a hostage and blow up the dam. Jeff Chandler is billed as "Tex" Chandler. Jeff Chandler, Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 28:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

38660. Frontier Town. June 11, 1949. Program #15. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of Bourbon Kate". Music fill for local commercial insert. Bourbon Kate is shot trying to do a good deed, and her reputation suffers. Jeff Chandler, Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 28:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

883. Frontier Town. June 18, 1949. Program #16. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of The Water Shortage". Commercials added locally. A competitive water company tries to "dry-gulch" the water company with the dam contract. Jeff Chandler, Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Wade Crosby, Bruce Eells (producer). 27:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

884. Frontier Town. June 25, 1949. Program #17. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Trouble At Pat Antrim's. Commercials added locally. A dishonest stranger tries to cheat two Irish immigrants of their farm. Jeff Chandler, Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Wade Crosby, Bruce Eells (producer). 27:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93933. Frontier Town. July 2, 1949. Program #18. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Crime Wave At Las Alamos". Commercials added locally. Chad Remington organizes a group of Rangers...formed from convicts released from prison. How does the Frybeck gang know where to stage their next robbery? Jeff Chandler, Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Bruce Eells (producer). 28:36. Audio condition: Very good. Otherwise complete.

93934. Frontier Town. July 9, 1949. Program #19. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Ride To Dobe City". Commercials added locally. A dishonest newspaper publisher seems to be able to get the news before his competition. How does he do it? Jeff Chandler, Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organ), Bruce Eells (producer). 28:03. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

106151. Frontier Town. July 16, 1949. Program #20. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Trouble In Varmint Valley". Commercials added locally. Colonel Winfield is feuding with Henry Trowbridge, his friend of 40 years. A buyer wants to buy both ranches; Trowbridge wants to sell, Winfield does not. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bill Forman (announcer), Bruce Eells (producer). 28:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

38670. Frontier Town. July 23, 1949. Program #21. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of The Beef Contract". Music fill for local commercial insert. A trust tries to put an honest meat-packing company out of business with a stampede and a fire. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 27:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

38662. Frontier Town. July 30, 1949. Program #22. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of The Deer Shooters". Music fill for local commercial insert. Deer hunters careless with a campfire threaten all the ranchers, and cause the death of one of them. Jeff Chandler, Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 27:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

38663. Frontier Town. August 6, 1949. Program #23. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of Mr. Knudsen". Music fill for local commercial insert. Doc Slavin and his henchman "Cinco" kill the land agent to keep Danish Dairy farmers from moving to Sunbeam Valley. Jeff Chandler, Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 28:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

38668. Frontier Town. August 13, 1949. Program #24. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Mystery At Burnside Falls". Music fill for local commercial insert. A "good" brother battles his "evil" brother for the future county seat and railroad terminal. Reed Hadley replaces Jeff Chandler as, "Chad Remington" for the rest of the series. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 28:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

38669. Frontier Town. August 20, 1949. Program #25. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of Oliver Baldwin". Music fill for local commercial insert. A rancher is shot after the deed on a land sale had been changed from 300 to 3000 acres. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Bob Mitchell (organist), Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 27:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106130. Frontier Town. August 27, 1949. Program #26. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of The Packing House Combine". Commercials added locally. Duece Ziderman offers Chad only 8 cents a pound for Chad's cattle. Chad Remington remains loyal to Lizzie McComb's cattle buying service. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 28:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

38671. Frontier Town. September 3, 1949. Program #27. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of The Maverick Town Mystery". Music fill for local commercial insert. Why are the Mexican couple who are running a restaurant being run out of town? Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (possible organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 28:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106131. Frontier Town. September 10, 1949. Program #28. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of The Delayed Stage". Commercials added locally. Chad Reminton rescues a crowd of children from a runaway team. The stage coach has disappeared. Dick and Knute, working for Fanning caused the trouble. Maude Jackson and her husband Jim are being threatened by another stage coach company. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 28:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106132. Frontier Town. September 17, 1949. Program #29. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of Trouble With The Homesteaders. Commercials added locally. The government is about to open a vast open range called the Comanche Strip, to homesteaders. Chad Remington predicts that some of the big ranchers, like Mitt Cummings, will be very much against the idea. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 28:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

65675. Frontier Town. September 24, 1949. Program #30. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of Oil Trouble". Music fill for local commercial insert. An oil promoter in Cold Springs has gotten Chief Blue Fox to sign over the oil rights to his tribe's reservation by getting him drunk. Chad Remington sidesteps the law to protect his Indian friends. See cat. #106133 for the same program without music fills. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organ), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 29:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106133. Frontier Town. September 24, 1949. Program #30. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of Oil Trouble". Commercials added locally. Chief Blue Fox has signed over the oil drilling rights on the tribe's land to K.C. Lenard, an unscrupulous promoter from Kansas City. See cat. #65675 for the same program with music fills. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer). 27:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

65484. Frontier Town. October 1, 1949. Program #31. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of Water Troubles". Music fill for local commercial insert. Violet Kennedy and her young son are being run out of Sundown Valley by an unscrupulous rancher. A broken leg, a landslide and a wedding soon follow! See cat. #106134 for the same program without music fills. Reed Hadley, Howard McNear, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (composer, conductor), Bill Forman (announcer), Bruce Eells (producer), Paul Franklin (writer, director). 30:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106134. Frontier Town. October 1, 1949. Program #31. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Case Of Water Troubles". Commercials added locally. Kerr and Leech ask Chad Remington to help them against the homesteaders in Sundown Valley, who are using their water rights. Remington declines to assist them. See cat. #65484 for the same program with music fills. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Bill Forman (announcer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer), Howard McNear. 28:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106135. Frontier Town. October 8, 1949. Program #32. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Range Detective and The Case Of Angels' Draw". Commercials added locally. The town of Angels' Draw is booming due to the demand for silver. A minister speaks out against Pablo Perkins and Chad Remington and Cherokee O'Bannon help him do the Lord's work. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer), Bill Forman (announcer). 28:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106136. Frontier Town. October 15, 1949. Program #33. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Trouble Rides The Rails". Commercials added locally. Sherwood is building a railroad and has labor troubles...lots of them. Chad Remington and Cherokee O'Bannon are hired to keep the reels rolling. The story is also known as, "Trouble On The Work Train." Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bill Forman (announcer), Bruce Eells (producer). 28:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

65485. Frontier Town. October 22, 1949. Program #34. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Open Range". Music fill for local commercial insert. A land survey dispute leads to fists and gunplay. See cat. #106137 for the same program without music fills. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Barton Yarborough, Bill Forman (announcer), Bruce Eells (producer), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Ivan Ditmars (composer, conductor). 29:35. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

106137. Frontier Town. October 22, 1949. Program #34. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Open Range". Commercials added locally. A Texan homesteader is defending himself again rancher Sy Davenport. On whose land has a fence been built? See cat. #65485 for the same program with music fills. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer), Bill Forman (announcer), Barton Yarborough. 27:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106138. Frontier Town. October 29, 1949. Program #35. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Chase". Commercials added locally. Cimarron Whitey is dying in a jail cell...drawing a trasure map. The map's only for Blanche McCarthy, but Whitey's cellmate breaks out of jail, with the map. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer), Bill Forman (announcer). 28:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106139. Frontier Town. November 5, 1949. Program #36. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Bullets For Boot Hill". Commercials added locally. The old judge in Dos Rios single-handledly stands up to a crowd of drunken cowboys and Blackjack Turner. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer), Bill Forman (announcer). 28:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106140. Frontier Town. November 12, 1949. Program #37. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "On The Prod". Commercials added locally. Floyd Hunsacker needs a lawyer. The father of Paula, Floyd's fiancee, has accused him of cattle theft. Floyd's heading for a fall! Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer), Bill Forman (announcer). 28:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106142. Frontier Town. November 19, 1949. Program #38. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Fort Disaster". Commercials added locally. An old Army stockade named "Fort Disaster" has been re-opened in order to deal with, "The Dallas Kid." Colonel Carpenter is shot and killed. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bill Forman (announcer), Bruce Eells (producer). 28:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106141. Frontier Town. November 26, 1949. Program #39. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Trail Drive". Commercials added locally. The Apaches raid a flock of sheep being herded by three Mexicans, two of them are shot and killed. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bruce Eells (producer), Bill Forman (announcer). 27:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106143. Frontier Town. December 3, 1949. Program #40. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "End Of The Trail". Commercials added locally. Fred Bachelor is ambushed to get his land. Dynamite is detonated just as the stagecoach crosses the bridge; then, Miss Myrtle Summers comes to town. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bill Forman (announcer), Bruce Eells (producer). 28:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106144. Frontier Town. December 10, 1949. Program #41. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Canyon Of Wanted Men". Commercials added locally. There's a $5000 reward for the capture of Pecos Rawley. Ike Davis' wife (who is from Brooklyn) and Ike have been having their food stolen. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bill Forman (announcer), Bruce Eells (producer), Florence Halop (?). 28:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106148. Frontier Town. December 17, 1949. Program #42. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Days Of The Road Agent". Commercials added locally. "The Arbuckle Kid" is a polite bandit who says, "Please" and "Thank you" while robbing the stage. He's held up three stages within four days, which were 207 miles apart. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bill Forman (announcer), Bruce Eells (producer). 27:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106147. Frontier Town. December 24, 1949. Program #43. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Stampede". Commercials added locally. A medicine man is shot by two bad-guys in Blue Bottle Canyon. The medicine man is not able to talk, so Cherokee pans to replace him. The sheriff is portrayed by an actor thinks he's Walter Brennan, which goes well with Wade Crosby, who thinks he's W.C. Fields. The actress portraying an Austrian lady named Gretchen sounds more like a Mexican. How did the cast keep a straight face? Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bill Forman (announcer), Bruce Eells (producer). 28:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106146. Frontier Town. December 31, 1949. Program #44. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Bad Lands". Commercials added locally. Slash Stoner and his men have been tearing down the fences of the ranch owned by Judy McGovern. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bill Forman (announcer), Bruce Eells (producer). 28:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106145. Frontier Town. January 7, 1950. Program #45. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Boom Town". Commercials added locally. Chad and Cherokee visit the town of Bonanza City for a large party given for lawmen. Boston Flora sings, "The Men In My Life." The show ends with a free-for-all that must have kept 3 soundmen active. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bill Forman (announcer), Bruce Eells (producer). 27:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106149. Frontier Town. January 14, 1950. Program #46. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Where Men Are Men". Commercials added locally. Sy Bardwell owns the town's packing company and is wealthy. His son Phil fights and shoots up saloons. Sy sends Phil to Fort Wingate to retrieve 1000 head of cattle. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bill Forman (announcer), Bruce Eells (producer). 28:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

106150. Frontier Town. January 21, 1950. Program #47. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Lady Luck". Commercials added locally. Packrat Scott has struck it rich and wants the town of "Scott's Diggings" to be famous. What he needs is a Chamber of Commerce and the help of Jerry Berry. Reed Hadley, Wade Crosby, Ivan Ditmars (organist), Paul Franklin (writer, director), Bill Forman (announcer), Bruce Eells (producer). 28:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

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