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Alan Young Show Old Time Radio Program

Alan Young Show
½ hour comedy program

The Alan Young Show began on NBC radio as a summer replacement situation comedy in 1944, featuring vocalist Bea Wain. It moved to ABC with Jean Gillespie portraying Young's girlfriend Betty. The program was next broadcast by NBC for a 1946-47 run and was off in 1948. When it returned to NBC in 1949, Louise Erickson played Betty and Jim Backus was heard as snobbish playboy Hubert Updike III. The show is a mixture of situation comedy, music, and stand up jokes.

In 1950 The Alan Young Show moved to television as a variety, sketch comedy show, taking an 11-month hiatus in 1952. When it returned for its final season in 1953, the tone and format of the show changed into the more conventional sitcom

Alan Young was born in Canada in 1919. He came to love radio when bedridden as a child because of severe asthma. Young was a broadcaster for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. In 1944, he moved to American radio with The Alan Young Show. His career had some ups and downs, in radio he was always the up and coming next big star, without actually becoming the big star. He had more success when he moved to television, particularly in the Mister Ed Show.

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All of our Old Time Radio Programs are in MP3 format. You can play them on your computer, you can transfer them to MP3 players (like the IPod), but, by and large, you cannot play them on stereos, walkmen, or car radios.

The sound quality of Old Time Radio Programs can vary greatly. Some episodes are excellent, others you have to turn up the volume a little and ignore the static. All of the episodes can be listened to and enjoyed. You can listen to our free samples to get a feel for how the programs sound.
You can purchase these episodes on CD or you can download them.
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Click on the Buy on CD button. A few dollars will be added for shipping depending on your zip code and how many CDs you order. Pay with Paypal (you can use a credit card even if you do not have a Paypal account). You will receive a receipt from Paypal. We will mail you the CD(s) within a few days. Usually we get the CDs in the mail the next day. Shipping usually takes 2-3 days via USPS. The episodes will be in mp3 format.

 

 

  • You save money on the cost of the episodes and you don't pay any shipping.
  • Click on the Download button. Pay with Paypal (you can use a credit card even if you do not have a Paypal account).
  • After you pay you will be returned to our site to a page with a series of links to zip files. Click on the links to download the zip files. These episodes are downloadable in large zip files.
  • To open a zip file you need software to "unzip" it. Your computer may already have unzip software, if this is the case, just click on the file and your software will automatically open up and you can unzip the files. If your computer doesn't have an unzip program, you can get one from the internet. The most popular is probably winzip (www.winzip.com), however, we use Zip Wizard by Coffeecup Software because its pretty good, easy to use, and free. (http://www.coffeecup.com/zip-wizard/)
  • The files are large - it will take you a few minutes to download each file. Each zip file is around 40MBs. A full CD worth of episodes takes about 14 large files. if you are on a dial-up connection, we highly recommend you buy a CD.
  • You will receive an e-mail receipt from Paypal, and we will send you an additional e-mail with the links.

 

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Alan Young Show 45 episodes
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440000 Alan Wants to be a R.mp3
441212 Alan Writes an Opera.mp3
450109 Taking David to Scho.mp3
450116 Alan Wants to Hire F.mp3
450123 Alan Wants to Propos.mp3
450130 Becoming More Assert.mp3
450206 Elope With Betty.mp3
450213 Raising Rabbits.mp3
450220 His Life Story.mp3
450227 Honeymoon Trail.mp3
450320 Gold Fish.mp3
450403 Old Love Letters.mp3
451030 Boys Love Girls.mp3
460910 Landscaping.mp3
460925 The Letter.mp3
460927 The Letter.mp3
461004 Stolen Necklace.mp3
461011 Cucamonga Killer.mp3
461018 Making Betty Jealous.mp3
461025 Alan, The Movie Star.mp3
461101 Home Available for V.mp3
461108 Watching the Baby.mp3
461115 Dinner at Duffy's Ta.mp3
461213 A Great Singing Star.mp3
461220 Hold-Up Man.mp3
461227 Rose Bowl Float.mp3
470103 Family Tree.mp3
470110 Alan, the Playwrite.mp3
470117 Clothes Make the Man.mp3
470124 Bear Shot with Bow a.mp3
470131 New Checking Account.mp3
470207 Photo of a Bank Robb.mp3
470207 Photo of Bank Robber.mp3
470214 The Dog.mp3
470221 McPhearson Fortune.mp3
470228 Kiss Maker.mp3
470228 Kiss Maker2.mp3
470307 Charity Masquerade B.mp3
470314 The Mouse.mp3
470328 Overdue Rent.mp3
470404 Buying Stock.mp3
470418 Vaudeville Act.mp3
470502 Birth Certificate Er.mp3
470509 Typical American Mot.mp3
470516 Big Yacht Race.mp3

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