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    Thumbs up Old Time Radio

    Hey guys, I STILL listen to these. I have a P2P D/L program and I download the old radio shows to listen to still.

    My personal favorites are:

    Gunsmoke with William Conrad as Matt Dillon.

    The Six Shooter with Jimmy Stewart.

    The Third Man with Orson Wells.

    I think they are still better than most TV.
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    Thumbs up Old Radio Shows

    That's a great idea acparmed.
    I have a ton of old radio show cassette tapes that belonged to my Uncle but, no cassette player anymore.
    I should get them transferred over onto CD's

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    Forgot The Shootist with Chuck Connors.My favorite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by san antone rr
    Forgot The Shootist with Chuck Connors.My favorite.
    Do you mean, "The Rifleman"?
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    I think the Shootist was a John Wayne movie about J.D. Books last days
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    Quote Originally Posted by dpesec
    I think the Shootist was a John Wayne movie about J.D. Books last days
    Indeed sir, his last movie.
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    That you John Wayne is this me

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    It's harder than you'd think.
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    I really liked the Lone Ranger.

    Till I found out "Kemosabe" is Comanche for ....

    Naw, this forum is too great; I ain't got the heart to key it!!!

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