Saturday, November 5, 2011
Frank Sinatra began his musical career in the swing era with Harry James and Tommy Dorsey. Sinatra quickly became a successful solo artist in the early to mid-1940s, and was the idol of the "bobby soxers." In May 1941, Sinatra was at the top of the male singer polls in the Billboard and Down Beat magazines. These rare radio broadcast are from the 1940s sponsored by Old Gold Cigarettes. Most every week, Frank is joined by guest stars like Ginny Simms, Frances Langford, Louis Prima, Bob Hope and others. This collection includes 14 original half-hour broadcast. Available from Nostalgia Merchant.
We now offer 4 volumes of the Frank Sinatra TV Show on DVD. All of the shows are complete with original commercials. Guest include: Ella Fitzgerald, Peter Lawford, Juliet Powse, Bing Crosby, Dean Martin and more. Great music and great fun. Shop Nostalgia Merchant for these rare shows. Also checkout the Frank Sinatra Radio Collection.
December Bride centered around the adventures of Liily Ruskin, a spry widow who was not in fact a "December bride" but very much desired to become one, if the right man came along. Aiding Lily in her search for this prospective suitor were her daughter Ruth, her son-in-law Matt, and her close friend and peer, Hilda Crocker. A next door neighbor, Pete Porter, was a frequent guest. Married miserably himself, according to his constant complaints about his unseen wife Gladys, he despised his mother-in-law. December Bride airded for five seasons, beginning in 1954 and ending in 1959. Starring: Spring Byington as Lily Ruskin, Frances Rafferty as Ruth Henshaw, Dean Miller as Matt Henshaw, Verna Felton as Hilda Crocker and Harry Morgan as Pete Porter. This collection includes 24 episodes on 6 DVDs.Available now from Nostalgia Merchant.
The Adventures Of Ozzie And Harriet was one of the most enduring family-based situation comedies in American television. This is the only collection available with the original commercials exactly as broadcast on ABC. The commercials are just as much fun to watch as the shows.
This is a great collection of Classic TV shows from the 1950s. Return with us to the thrilling days of the 1950s and those wonderful classic TV sitcoms and variety shows. This huge collection includes hundreds of hours of family TV viewing. This collection has a little bit of everything; Sitcoms, variety shows, detective shows, game shows, cartoons, westerns and more. For complete information at titles visit our website.
The Amos and Andy 60th Anniversary Collection is available again in our store. This collection is beautifully packaged and ready for Christmas gift giving. Be sure to order early (NOW). This may be your last chance to get this great Amos and Andy Collection. This set includes 16 DVDs with custom menus. And why not add a great collection of Amos and Andy Radio Show. We have two CD collections available. Be sure to read Amos and Andy Banned for more information on the show and the TV cast.
"The masked rider of the plains" became one of the most popular and enduring western heroes of the 20th century. Joined by his trusty steed, Silver, and loyal Indian scout, Tonto, the Lone Ranger rode forth to do battle with evil western outlaws and Indians, generally arriving just in the nick of time. The Lone Ranger radio program was extremely popular with both children and adults and aired from 1933 to 1956. The Lone Ranger Vo1. 1 and Vol. 2 includes thirty-two episodes from the early 1930s. "Return with us now to those thrillling days of yesteryear..." on The Lone Ranger from Nostalgia Merchant your source for old time radio.
The Great Gildersleeve is a wonderful family classic radio sitcom. If you're traveling this holiday season we recommend this collection. Put it in the CD player for miles of smiles. Written by Leonard Lewis Levinson, was one of broadcast history's earliest spin-off programs. Built around Throckmorton Philharmonic Gildersleeve, a character who had been a staple on Fibber McGee and Molly, was first Introduced in a 1932 broadcast. The Great Gildersleeve enjoyed its greatest success in the 1940s. Actor Harold Peary played the character during its transition from the parent show into the spin-off and later in a quartet of feature films released at the height of the show's popularity. Check out all the Great Gildersleeve volumes from Nostalgia Merchant.
We've just added several new Classic Radio Collections. Mr. President is one of our best collections yet. This series was created by Robert Jennings. Each week the president was played by Edward Arnold and included a supporting cast of Bea Benaderet, Gil Stratton, Hans Conried, Lurene Tuttle, and Herb Butterfield. Mr. President ran on the ABC Network from June 26, 1947 to September 23, 1953. Each half-hour episode was based on an incident in the life of one of the people who have held the office of President of the United States. The scripts were written in such a way as not to reveal the name of the President until the last line of dialog at the end of the program, when the President would be revealed. The audience was thus encouraged to guess, from the plot of the episode, which President it was. Mr. President Volumes one and two you'll get 32 eipsodes of this rare classic. Got a history buff in your family? Mr. President would make a great gift for the holidays.
Sunday, October 23, 2011
New Release: Life of Riley Classic TV Shows - Vol. 2.
Here is the original Life of Riley collection. Many of these episodes have been uploaded to streaming video services like VEOH, YouTube, and others, without our permission. However, we are the original source of these rare episodes. We are very proud of our Life of Riley collection. You'll love the quality. Televison's classic lovable bumbler, Chester Riley, was played by William Bendix. Marjorie Reynolds portrayed his wife Peg, and Wesley Morgan was Junior. The program first appeared in 1949, with Jackie Gleason and Rosemary De Camp in the leading roles, and was on for two seasons. Bendix started the new series in 1953, and it remained on the air for five years before going into syndication. Volume One is also still available.