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  • Orson Welles: The Ultimate Collection

    • ORIGINAL (60 hrs and 44 mins)
    • By Orson Welles
    • Narrated By Orson Welles
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    If you are a lover of old-time radio and a fan of Orson Welles, you won't want to miss this treasure chest of legendary Orson Welles radio broadcasts! With his flair for the sensational and innovative, Welles captured audiences' attention with his 1930s CBS weekly drama series The Mercury Theatre on the Air, later renamed The Campbell Playhouse, which featured hour-long dramatizations of classic books. His 1938 production, The War of the Worlds (an H. G. Wells adaptation) was especially memorable, as were many other productions, each featuring talented voices and actors.

    Novie says: "It's a time capsule! I love it!"
    "Here is my review for what is worth."
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    Hi here is my review of this collection of old time radio show. The first thing you need to know is that this is a collection of the old time radio shows and it’s the actual radio show not a reproduction or enhanced in any way so you hear all the static, crackle, pops and etc. This is how radio use to sound back in the 30s. So if you are looking for something that sounds clear without defects this is not for you.

    One thing that is missing is a list of all the shows that you get so I did a Google search and this is what I have came up with, they are not in order that Audible has them in.

    I hope that this helps.

    http://www.amazon.com/Orson-Welles-The-Ultimate-Collection/dp/B004CAWM1Y

    Campbell Playhouse - A Christmas Carol - December 23, 1938
    Campbell Playhouse - A Christmas Carol - December 24, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - Ah, Wilderness - September 17, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - Algiers - October 8, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - Arrowsmith - February 3, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - Beau Geste - March 17, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - Counselor-at-Law - January 6, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - Craig’s Wife - March 10, 1940
    Campbell Playhouse - Dinner At Eight - February 18, 1940
    Campbell Playhouse - Dodsworth - November 26, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - Escape - October 15, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - Huckleberry Finn - March 17, 1940
    Campbell Playhouse - I Lost My Girlish Laughter - January 27, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - It Happened One Night - January 28, 1940
    Campbell Playhouse - June Moon - March 24, 1940
    Campbell Playhouse - Liliom - October 22, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - Lost Horizon - December 3, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - Mr. Deeds Goes to Town - February 11, 1940
    Campbell Playhouse - Mutiny On the Bounty - January 13, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - Only Angels Have Wings - February 25, 1940
    Campbell Playhouse - Our Town - May 12, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - Peter Ibbetson - September 10, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - Private Lives - April 21, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - Rabble In Arms - March 3, 1940
    Campbell Playhouse - Rebecca - December 9, 1938
    Campbell Playhouse - Showboat - March 31, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - The Bad Man - May 19, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - The Citadel - January 21, 1940
    Campbell Playhouse - The Count of Monte Cristo - October 1, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - The Garden of Allah - November 19, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - The Glass Key - March 10, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - The Green Goddess - February 10, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - The Hurricane - November 5, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - The Magnificent Ambersons - October 29, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - The Murder of Roger Ackroyd - November 12, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - The Patriot - April 14, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - Theodora Goes Wild - January 14, 1940
    Campbell Playhouse - There’s Always a Woman - December 17, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - Things We Have - May 26, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - Vanity Fair - January 7, 1940
    Campbell Playhouse - Venessa - December 10, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - Victoria Regina - June 2, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - What Every Woman Knows - September 24, 1939
    Campbell Playhouse - Wickford Point - May 5, 1939
    H.G. Wells Meets Orson Welles - October 28, 1940
    Les Miserables - Episode 1 - The Bishop - July 23, 1937
    Les Miserables - Episode 2 - Javert - July 30, 1937
    Les Miserables - Episode 3 - The Trial - August 6, 1937
    Les Miserables - Episode 4 - Cosette - August 13, 1937
    Les Miserables - Episode 5 - The Grave - August 20, 1937
    Les Miserables - Episode 6 - The Barricade August 27, 1937
    Les Miserables - Episode 7 - Conclusion - September 3, 1937
    Mercury Theatre - A Tale of Two Cities - July 25, 1938
    Mercury Theatre - Abraham Lincoln - August 15, 1938
    Mercury Theatre - Around the World In 80 Days - October 23, 1938
    Mercury Theatre - Dracula - July 11, 1938
    Mercury Theatre - Heart of Darkness - Life With Father - November 6, 1938
    Mercury Theatre - Hell On Ice - October 9, 1938
    Mercury Theatre - Seventeen - October 16, 1938
    Mercury Theatre - The 39 Steps - August 1, 1938
    Mercury Theatre - The Affairs of Anatol - August 22, 1938
    Mercury Theatre - The Count of Monte Cristo - August 29, 1938
    Mercury Theatre - The Immortal Sherlock Holmes - September 25, 1938
    Mercury Theatre - The Man Who Was Thursday - September 5, 1938
    Mercury Theatre - The Pickwick Papers - November 20, 1938
    Mercury Theatre - The War of the Worlds - October 30, 1938
    Mercury Theatre - Three Short Stories - I’m a Fool, The Open Window, and My Little Boy - August 8, 1938
    Mercury Theatre - Treasure Island - July 18, 1938
    Rehearsals - Julius Caesar - September 11, 1938
    Rehearsals - The 39 Steps - August 1, 1938

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