The Lost OTR ShowA Jack Armstrong episode from 09/17/40 and Jack Armstrong: Phantom of the Sawdust from 8/22/47 & The Bob Hope Show with Betty Hutton rehearsal recording from 11/3/41 - part 1 of 2
with Joe Bev
Your BearManor curator Professor Ludwig Von Whatchamacallit (Fred Frees) travels in a van full of crazy Camp Waterlogg characters (created Joe Bev & Lorie Kellogg) in a series of improvised comic interstitials to introduce this month's line up!
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Lost, now found Old Time Radio programs, not heard in more than 60 years, produced and hosted by Joesph Bevilacqua (Joe Bev) for Waterlogg Productions.
Jack Armstrong, the All-American Boy was a creation of General Mills, a pioneer in the development of unique and compelling advertising under the stewardship of Vice-president of Advertising, Samuel Chester Gale. Gale later served as President of the Ad Council. Intending to promote breakfast cereal Wheaties, Gale developed the character of Jack Armstrong as a fictitious "everyboy" whom listeners would emulate: If Jack ate Wheaties, boys across the nation would, too. Early popularity led to commissioning of a radio serial broadcast. WIKI
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