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This collection contains five Christmas radio classics from The Great Gildersleeve:

  • "McGee's Christmas Gifts" (December 21, 1941)
  • "Gildy's Christmas Woes" (December 20, 1942)
  • "Christmas Show" (December 19, 1951)
  • "Lost Presents" (December 26, 1951)
  • "Gildy and Hooker Feud at Christmas" (December 16, 1953)

    The Great Gildersleeve was a popular radio spin-off, the eponymous character having first been introduced on the Fibber McGee and Molly show. Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve, with his booming voice, is comically vain and pompous, but also a dedicated family man with vulnerabilities that endeared him to radio audiences. Unlike many of its predecessors, The Great Gildersleeve is a true situation comedy, rather than a series of gags or brief sketches.

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    ©2006 Radio Spirits, Inc. (P)2006 Radio Spirits, Inc.

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    This is very good listening. Good for the whole family. Classic humor. Very appropriate for a family tradition.