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Radio was and is tremendous entertainment! REPS would like to have you join us in sharing the fun as we seek to preserve and protect the classic shows of the past, and to seek the best of audio entertainment today ! If you do remember the golden age of radio, you may recall a time when the room may have been illuminated only by the light of the radio dial and coming from the loudspeaker a good mystery with Sherlock Holmes or a great radio spine-tingling thriller with the likes of the ever popular radio classics Escape and Suspense!  Hear great stories like The Time Machine or The Invisible Man by HG Wells, or Three Skeleton Key - where three men are trapped in a lighthouse surrounded by thousands of rats who are trying to claw their way in!  If this is too intense for you, you may prefer the comedy antics of Connie Brooks, Madison High School's favorite English teacher, on Our Miss Brooks.  For more comedy, the great Radio comedians had the most popular shows on radio and you can hear their hilarious shows today -- Jack Benny, Fred Allen, Edgar Bergen,  Bob Hope, Abbott and Costello and others. 
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The Shadow Knows!Brace Beemer as the Lone Ranger. Edgar Bergen with Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd. Red Skelton at the NBC Microphone.
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Ginny Tyler as Mrs. Nussbaum and Eddie Carroll as Jack Benny.The late Paul Herlinger as The Shadow. Kathryn Crosby playing Mary Livingston in the Jack Benny show " The Horn Blows at Midnight."Laura Leff as Hedda Hopper and Eddie Carroll as Jack Benny.
Noel Blanc, Mel's son and protege , was our guest via
telephone at the March REPS meeting .  Noel's  father, Mel, has  a Star on the Walk of Fame for his contribution to radio.  Mel's  success on the Jack Benny program led to his own on-air show, "The Mel Blanc Show.  The Audio for this REPS meeting and many others can be heard on demand.
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