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  • Jack Carson Show |  CBS Radio

    Jack Carson Show

    • ORIGINAL (10 hrs and 5 mins)
    • By CBS Radio
    • Narrated By Jack Carson, Irene Ryan, Eddie Marr, and others
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    The Jack Carson Show was a radio situation comedy that ran from 1943 until 1947, with Hollywood character actor Jack Carson playing a fictionalized version of himself as a none-too-bright movie star. Every week he dealt with strange friends, neighbors, and relatives in his hectic life in Hollywood.

  • An Exorcism of Evil | Philip Gardiner

    An Exorcism of Evil

    • ORIGINAL (53 mins)
    • By Philip Gardiner
    • Narrated By Jack Burrows, Melissa Hollett, Dean Sills, and others
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    Since the dawn of man, humanity has been troubled by an underlying evil that has shadowed him since time immemorial. He has been followed across the world, harassed, abused and wickedly tormented by something so cunning and nefarious that it has become the subject of numerous blockbuster Hollywood films. Today we call this Possession and historical records show that mankind fought back. No matter what religion, no matter which continent, methods of fighting evil have developed and adapted over the centuries just as the evil itself has.

    Dorothy Lamb says: "Waste"
  • I Before Bee | Chris Wilson

    I Before Bee

    • ORIGINAL (43 mins)
    • By Chris Wilson
    • Narrated By Mykola Allen, Sophie McShera, Maureen Beattie, and others
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    A comic and heart-warming play about teenager Michael Croxley. Michael's stammer has contributed to his fear of public speaking. But then the girl he adores, Lynne Hargreaves, reads a composition of his in double English, and discovers he's a whizz with words and his spelling is stupendous. When she asks him to be part of the school spelling-bee team, how can he refuse? He accepts gallantly.

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