The Deerslayer

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.


88972. The Deerslayer. 1932. Program #13. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. The date is approximate. The last episode of the adventure. Charles Frederick Lindsley (adaptor, director), James Fenimore Cooper (author). 12:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

88971. The Deerslayer. 1932. Program #5. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. The date is approximate. Deerslayer encounters an Indian in the middle of the lake. Charles Frederick Lindsley (adaptor, director), James Fenimore Cooper (author). 13:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

53662. The Deerslayer. 1932. Program #12. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Hutter's Scalp". Music fill for local commercial insert. Are the Indians already at the Castle? There's an ambush! The date is approximate. Charles Frederick Lindsley (adaptor, director), James Fenimore Cooper (author). 13:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

53661. The Deerslayer. 1932. Program #11. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Deerslayer Captured". Music fill for local commercial insert. The Deerslayer and his friend rescue the Indian maiden, but Catamount considers her to be his squaw. The date is approximate. Charles Frederick Lindsley (adaptor, director), James Fenimore Cooper (author). 14:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

53660. The Deerslayer. 1932. Program #10. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Return Of The Prisoners". Music fill for local commercial insert. A ransom is carved elephants is paid. The Deerslayer plans to rescue the Iroquois squaw. The date is approximate. Charles Frederick Lindsley (adaptor, director), James Fenimore Cooper (author). 13:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

53659. The Deerslayer. 1932. Program #9. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Attempt At Ransom". Music fill for local commercial insert. Hetty returns and tells Judith and The Deerslayer about "the power of the Bible." A parlay with the enemy. The date is approximate. Charles Frederick Lindsley (adaptor, director), James Fenimore Cooper (author). 13:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

53658. The Deerslayer. 1932. Program #8. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Hetty Pleads With Rivenoak". Music fill for local commercial insert. Hetty meets a friend in the woods. The Indians plan to kill her father, so Hetty quotes the Bible to the savages. The date is approximate. Charles Frederick Lindsley (adaptor, director), James Fenimore Cooper (author). 13:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

53657. The Deerslayer. 1932. Program #7. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Hetty's Desertion". Music fill for local commercial insert. Judith, The Deerslayer and Chinchachgook head for shore, trying to find Hetty, who is determined to help her father. The date is approximate. Charles Frederick Lindsley (adaptor, director), James Fenimore Cooper (author). 13:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

53656. The Deerslayer. 1932. Program #6. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "The Arrival Of Chingachgook". Music fill for local commercial insert. Hetty refuses to help The Deerslayer open the chest. Fancy clothes and pistols are found when Hetty screams in terror! Judith and The Deerslayer are being watched by the Indian. Indians are attacking the ark! The date is approximate. Charles Frederick Lindsley (adaptor, director), James Fenimore Cooper (author). 13:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

53655. The Deerslayer. 1932. Program #4. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "In Search Of The Canoes". Music fill for local commercial insert. Hurry Harry and Judith's father have been captured by the Mingoes. The actress playing Hetty is unbelievably bad, even though she's playing a weak-minded character! A dying Indian renames Deerslayer, "Hawkeye." The date is approximate. Episode #5 of the Bruce Eells discs is clearly marked with the same matrix number as episode #4, and is in fact the same recording. This was possibly an error when re-dubbing the original Transco discs, and episode #5 is not yet available. Charles Frederick Lindsley (adaptor, director), James Fenimore Cooper (author). 13:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

53654. The Deerslayer. 1932. Program #3. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Captured By The Iroquois". Music fill for local commercial insert. Deerslayer will not hunt scalps, even for a reward. Plans for a sneak attack on the Indians fall through! The date is approximate. Charles Frederick Lindsley (adaptor, director), James Fenimore Cooper (author). 13:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

44196. The Deerslayer. 1932. Program #2. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "On Board The Ark". Music fill for local commercial insert. A re-issue of a Transco program. Indians on the warpath, an ark on the lake. The date is approximate. Charles Frederick Lindsley (adaptor, director), James Fenimore Cooper (author). 13:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

44195. The Deerslayer. 1932. Program #1. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. "Surrounded By The Iroqois". Music fill for local commercial insert. This series was originally syndicated by Transco (Radio Transcription Company Of America Inc.). The Mingoes Indians are on the warpath. The date is approximate. Charles Frederick Lindsley (adaptor, director), James Fenimore Cooper (author). 13:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

Report contains 13 programs.