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Publisher's Summary

This Christmas comedy collection contains six classic radio programs from the '30s, '40s, and '50s:

  • "Lou's Christmas Party" from The Abbott and Costello Show (December 21, 1944)
  • "Andy Plays Santa" from Amos 'n' Andy (December 24, 1950)
  • "Don't Open Until Christmas" from The Baby Snooks Show (December 21, 1939)
  • "Last Year's Christmas Bills" from The Burns and Allen Show (January 9, 1947)
  • "Christmas Show" from Father Knows Best (December 24, 1953)
  • "The Oversight Before Christmas" from The Charlie McCarthy Show (December 24, 1944)

Hear more collections of radio movie dramatizations, or listen to all of the individual programs by themselves!
© and (P)2006 Radio Spirits, Inc.

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Very clever writing

a nice mix of Christmas stories from the 19 thirties and forties radio programs. I loved Abbott and Costello and their word play. baby Snooks was also very entertaining. so get that mug of hot chocolate ready light the fire and sit back and get some Christmas cheer.

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Love the walk down memory lane.

Love the walk down memory lane. I remember listening to the radio as a child in SC. Then later in NY and PA. We did have a TV in the 50's. But the radio was on all day and only TV in the evening. L hope to listen to more shows.
Thanks. Angie

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  • Susan
  • Powell River, BC, Canada
  • 01-04-12

They still have it!

What did you love best about Christmas Radio Classics?

The good, clean humor. No fowl language.
Abbot and Costello are hilarious.

Any additional comments?

This is great for nostalgia enthusiasts.

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