Calling All Cars
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  • 1
    Calling All Cars, Volume 1 | William Robson

    Calling All Cars, Volume 1

    • ORIGINAL (9 hrs and 40 mins)
    • By William Robson
    • Narrated By full cast
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    Calling All Cars, a popular crime drama heard from 1933 to 1939. One of radio's earliest and most durable police procedural shows, the series' stark and gritty realism is strongly reminiscent of Warner Brothers' gangster films of the 1930s - particularly with the presence of real-life LAPD dispatcher Jesse Rosenquist, whose unique voice and name became the show's trademark. Rosenquist contributed to the American lexicon the program's title and the now time-honored phrase "that is all".

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    Calling All Cars, Volume 2 | William Robson

    Calling All Cars, Volume 2

    • ORIGINAL (9 hrs and 48 mins)
    • By William Robson
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    Calling All Cars was a popular crime drama heard from 1933 to 1939. One of radio's earliest and most durable police procedural shows, the series' stark and gritty realism is strongly reminiscent of Warner Brothers' gangster films of the 1930s - particularly with the presence of real-life LAPD dispatcher Jesse Rosenquist, whose unique voice and name became the show's trademark. Rosenquist contributed to the American lexicon the program's title and the now time-honored phrase "that is all".

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    Calling All Cars, Volume 3 | William Robson

    Calling All Cars, Volume 3

    • ORIGINAL (9 hrs and 36 mins)
    • By William Robson
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    Calling All Cars was a popular crime drama heard from 1933 to 1939. One of radio's earliest and most durable police procedural shows, the series' stark and gritty realism is strongly reminiscent of Warner Brothers' gangster films of the 1930s - particularly with the presence of real-life LAPD dispatcher Jesse Rosenquist, whose unique voice and name became the show's trademark. Rosenquist contributed to the American lexicon the program's title and the now time-honored phrase "that is all".

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    Calling All Cars, Volume 4 | William Robson

    Calling All Cars, Volume 4

    • ORIGINAL (9 hrs and 37 mins)
    • By William Robson
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    Calling All Cars was a popular crime drama heard from 1933 to 1939. One of radio's earliest and most durable police procedural shows, the series' stark and gritty realism is strongly reminiscent of Warner Brothers gangster films of the 1930s - particularly with the presence of real-life LAPD dispatcher Jesse Rosenquist, whose unique voice and name became the show's trademark. Rosenquist contributed to the American lexicon the program's title and the now time-honored phrase "that is all".

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    Calling All Cars, Volume 5 | William Robson

    Calling All Cars, Volume 5

    • ORIGINAL (5 hrs and 45 mins)
    • By William Robson
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    Calling All Cars was a popular crime drama heard from 1933 to 1939. One of radio's earliest and most durable police procedural shows, the series' stark and gritty realism is strongly reminiscent of Warner Brothers' gangster films of the 1930s - particularly with the presence of real-life LAPD dispatcher Jesse Rosenquist, whose unique voice and name became the show's trademark. Rosenquist contributed to the American lexicon the program's title and the now time-honored phrase "that is all".

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    Calling All Cars, Volume 6 | William Robson

    Calling All Cars, Volume 6

    • ORIGINAL (9 hrs and 38 mins)
    • By William Robson
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    Calling All Cars was a popular crime drama heard from 1933 to 1939. One of radio's earliest and most durable police procedural shows, the series' stark and gritty realism is strongly reminiscent of Warner Brothers' gangster films of the 1930s - particularly with the presence of real-life LAPD dispatcher Jesse Rosenquist, whose unique voice and name became the show's trademark. Rosenquist contributed to the American lexicon the program's title and the now time-honored phrase "that is all".

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    Calling All Cars, Volume 7 | William Robson

    Calling All Cars, Volume 7

    • ORIGINAL (9 hrs and 34 mins)
    • By William Robson
    • Narrated By full cast
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    Calling All Cars was a popular crime drama heard from 1933 to 1939. One of radio's earliest and most durable police procedural shows, the series' stark and gritty realism is strongly reminiscent of Warner Brothers' gangster films of the 1930s - particularly with the presence of real-life LAPD dispatcher Jesse Rosenquist, whose unique voice and name became the show's trademark. Rosenquist contributed to the American lexicon the program's title and the now time-honored phrase "that is all".

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    Calling All Cars, Volume 8 | William Robson

    Calling All Cars, Volume 8

    • ORIGINAL (9 hrs and 44 mins)
    • By William Robson
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    Calling All Cars was a popular crime drama heard from 1933 to 1939. One of radio's earliest and most durable police procedural shows, the series' stark and gritty realism is strongly reminiscent of Warner Brothers' gangster films of the 1930s - particularly with the presence of real-life LAPD dispatcher Jesse Rosenquist, whose unique voice and name became the show's trademark. Rosenquist contributed to the American lexicon the program's title and the now time-honored phrase "that is all".

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