This radio dramatization of the classic movie, featuring the original stars, aired on September 10, 1951.
Inspirational Readers Choice Award winner Cathy Marie Hake, CBA best-selling author of Bittersweet,/i>, blends wholesome humor and timeless truth into historical novels that ring with authenticity. When 17-year-old Lady Sydney Hathwell arrives in 1890 New York City, she never imagines she'll soon be galloping about the Wild West, unchaperoned - and dressed as a man.
"intertaining great story a classic"
For Francesca Day, it's not the end of her world, but close to it. She's London-bred, wealthy, and sophisticated, but fate leaves her flat broke and stranded on a back road in Texas. Now she's got to deal with reality without her rich girl props. How can she do it? In Dallas Beaudine, gritty and handsome, lies the answer. He stops his car to help Francesca, whose life needs a tune-up, as well as her car. Stopping could lead to the biggest mistake, or best time, ever.
Magnificently moustachioed madman Gussage St Vincent is back from the dead and set on using his pirate galleon time machine to become overlord of the universe. It's up to trainee time crime agents Compton and Bryan to stop him in a battle involving the pongiest pants in history, the Great Fish-Slapping Game and a lot of custard pies.