The Whistler (ABN)
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  • 1
    The Whistler - More Than 500 Radio Shows!, Volume 1 | J. Donald Wilson

    The Whistler - More Than 500 Radio Shows!, Volume 1

    • ORIGINAL (100 hrs and 4 mins)
    • By J. Donald Wilson
    • Narrated By Bill Forman
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    The Whistler was a radio mystery anthology that debuted on CBS Radio on May 16, 1942. The show was heard only on the West Coast and had Signal Oil as the main sponsor. There were attempts to broadcast the show on the East Coast, one in July to September 1946 and the other in March 1947 to September 1948, with Campbell Soup and Household Finance as the suggested sponsors.

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    The Whistler - More Than 500 Radio Shows!, Volume 2 | J. Donald Wilson

    The Whistler - More Than 500 Radio Shows!, Volume 2

    • ORIGINAL (99 hrs and 36 mins)
    • By J. Donald Wilson
    • Narrated By Bill Forman
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    The Whistler was a radio mystery anthology that debuted on CBS Radio on May 16, 1942. The show was heard only on the West Coast and had Signal Oil as the main sponsor. There were attempts to broadcast the show on the East Coast, one in July to September 1946 and the other in March 1947 to September 1948, with Campbell Soup and Household Finance as the suggested sponsors.

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    The Whistler - More Than 500 Radio Shows!, Volume 3 | J. Donald Wilson

    The Whistler - More Than 500 Radio Shows!, Volume 3

    • ORIGINAL (42 hrs and 49 mins)
    • By J. Donald Wilson
    • Narrated By Bill Forman
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    The Whistler was a radio mystery anthology that debuted on CBS Radio on May 16, 1942. The show was heard only on the West Coast and had Signal Oil as the main sponsor. There were attempts to broadcast the show on the East Coast, one in July to September 1946 and the other in March 1947 to September 1948, with Campbell Soup and Household Finance as the suggested sponsors. The show centered on a character called The Whistler, the mysterious narrator of various murder stories.

    A few were hard to hear but still great value

    The second volume was better clearer and larger but I still loved this volume. I wish volume one was available.

    Reviewed on September 27 2016 by Bob (Mashpee, MA, United States)