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    8 GIU 2024 · Archie Andrews: Public Domain Downloaded from: Archie Andrews was a teenage sitcom directly adapted from the very popular comic strip of Bob Montana. It began to be heard on NBC Blue on May 31, 1943 and lasted on-air until September 5, 1943—the period during which radio adaptations of comic characters were trending. The show was also broadcasted on Mutual from 1944 to 1945.
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  • Spooky 5:9:24 12.16 PM

    9 MAG 2024 · Cover art by: Gail Nobles Boo sound by: Gail Nobles Spooky the Tuff Little Ghost is a fictional character that appeared in titles published by Harvey Comics. Spooky first appeared in Casper the Friendly Ghost #10 (June 1953). He is Casper's cousin, although their exact relation is never specified. He generally resembles Casper except he has freckles, a derby hat, and a large, black nose. Spooky is written with a Brooklyn accent, for example calling his girlfriend and fellow ghost Pearl, "Poil". His iconic derby hat is, therefore, a "doiby". Although he shares traits with The Ghostly Trio as far as loving to scare the living and being somewhat of a tough guy, he is not as cruel to his cousin as the Trio is, though he occasionally makes fun of Casper for being friendly, and Spooky has his moments of goodwill.  Whenever you saw Spooky in the Harvey Comic Books trying to scare someone, you would see the word ‘boo’ in big bold face letters with an explanation mark. He would blow some of the other characters away with his booing like the wind. I’m Gail Nobles. You’re listening to Paudio the source of sound.
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  • Hot Stuff 5:7:24 2.07 PM

    7 MAG 2024 · Story by: Gail Nobles Cover art by: Gail Nobles Hello! I'm Gail Nobles! Welcome to Paudio. Today's topic is Hot Stuff the Little Devil. Hot Stuff is a comic book character created by Warren Kremer. Kremer passed away at the age of 82 July 24, 2003. He was born in the Bronx, the son of a sign painter. Kremer counted Alex Raymond/Gordon and Hal Foster Prince Valiant among his influences.  Hot Stuff first appeared in Hot Stuff # 1 (October 1957), published by Comics. He was one of my favorite comic book characters by Harvey Comics. Hot Stuff is a mischievous little devil. He is able to produce fire. The little devil's appearance is red. He looks like a red child devil who wears a diaper and carries a magical sentient pitchfork (referred to as his “trusty trident”), which is a character in his own right to the consternation of his demonic brother, Hot Stuff sometimes performs good deeds to irritate them.  I remember when I first saw Hot Stuff the Little Devil in comics downtown to the bookstore.  I was already reading Casper. Then I started buying both Casper and Hot Stuff comic books. I would read them to my brother and sometimes we would laugh. I was seven years older than him but we were both children. Hot Stuff would really get fired up in those comic books.  He would say things like: They say I'm hotheaded and that makes me boiling mad.   Hot Stuff would be on the pages with fire coming out of his mouth he would make himself disappear.  Hot stuff would call the sun a fireball. He was hot like fire but there was something hotter than him. When he would go lay on a block of ice, the ice would melt. He couldn't get no satisfaction. Sometimes he would have things running from him like an apple tree with shade. The tree would lose his apples and all hot stuff would do was eat them. That's how Hot Stuff was.You can find the story of that in comic book number one of October 1957. I enjoyed myself reading Hot Stuff. I didn't know that the character was created way back then. I missed a lot of comic book issues.  Well there you have it. Hot Stuff the Lttle Devil and a brief summary of what he is all about.
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  • Big John & Sparkie-The Mayor’s Wedding Day

    6 MAG 2024 · Big Jon and Sparky Usage: Public Domain
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  • Jon Arthur 5:6:24 5.13 PM

    6 MAG 2024 ·   Jon was an American entertainer as big Jon Arthur. He was the host of the Saturday morning children's radio series big John and Sparkie. Sparkie, "the little elf from the land of make-believe, who wants more than anything else in the world to be a real boy,” was actually the recorded voice of Jon Arthur played at a fast speed. At WSAI in Cincinnati, Arthur began the Big Jon and Sparkie show, carried daily on 181 ABC stations beginning in 1950. ABC also aired his two-hour Saturday show, No School Today, heard weekly by 12 million listeners on 275 stations.The show's theme song was "Teddy Bears' Picnic" as sung by Ann Stephens. Cincinnati's Don Kortekamp, who was an editor at WSAI, teamed up with Arthur to become the scriptwriter of Big Jon and Sparkie. Arthur voiced all of the various characters while Kortekamp provided the scripts for their adventures. And now, coming up next: Big Jon and Sparkie.
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  • The_Legend_of_John_Henry

    29 APR 2024 · Episode of the old-time radio series "Destination Freedom".  Story:The Legend of John Henry Usage: Public Domain Art by: Gail Nobles Durham wrote and produced the In cooperation with, he began this series over NBC Chicago outlet in July 1948, with scripts emphasizing the progress of African-Americans from the days of slavery to the ongoing struggle for racial justice.
    Ascoltato 29 min. 22 sec.
  • John Henry (Folklore) 4:28:24 10.19 PM

    29 APR 2024 · Coming up next is the Legend of John Henry. an American folk hero. An African American freedman, he is said to have worked as a "steel-driving man"—a man tasked with hammering a steel drill into a rock to make holes for explosives to blast the rock in constructing a railroad tunnel. The story of John Henry is told in a classic blues folk song about his duel against a drilling machine, which exists in many versions, and has been the subject of numerous stories, plays, books, and novels. According to researcher Scott Reynolds Nelson, there was an actual John Henry who was borb in 1848 in New Jersey and died of silicosis and not due to exhaustion of work. Several locations have been put forth for tunnel on which John Henry died, Sociologist, Guy B. Johnson, investigated the legend of John Henry in the late 1920s. He concluded that John Henry might have worked on the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway's (C&O Railway) Big Bend Tunnel.  Coming up next is the story of John Henry from the radio program produced by WMAQ in Chicago called Destination Freedom. The show was a series of weekly radio programs. Richard Durham an African-American writer and radio producer wrote and produce the radio drama Destination Freedom, and you'll be hearing the legend of John Henry from that radio drama.
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  • Boop! The Músical 1:7:24 3.35 PM

    7 GEN 2024 · Photo: Public Domain Wikipedia Hello Everyone! Have you heard about Boop! The Musical by Jasmine Amy Rogers? I have seen a video clip of her recording a song titled, ‘Where I Wanna Be.’ She’s a great singer. The musical is performed by David Foster; lyrics by Birkenhead. Boop The Musical is a 2023 musical based on the animated character Betty Boop. The musical original run in Chicago began with previews on November 19 and closed on December 24, 2023. Betty Boop is a celebrity in the black-and-white animated world, but she feels that something is missing. Grampy, an inventor and Betty's friend, creates a machine to take her into the modern world. She becomes more 3 dimensional. Sounds like a neat broadway show. I’m Gail Nobles. Thank you for listening to Paudio.
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  • 1940-02-12 - 0001) The Baby from Krypton

    4 OTT 2023 · The Adventures of Superman The Baby From Krypton From: Usage: Public Domain Boys and Girls, your attention please! Presenting a new exciting radio program featuring the thrilling adventures of an amazing and incredible personality. Faster than an airplane, more powerful than a loca motive, .... Up in the sky! Look! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's Superman!
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  • Radio Superman 9:27:23 9.19 PM

    28 SET 2023 · Cover Art by: Gail Nobles Beginning and Ending music by: Gail Nobles Hello! I'm Gail Nobles on Paudio - The Source of Sound. I want to talk to you today about the 1940 radio Superman. Yes, there was a long running radio serial that originally aired from 1942 to 1951 titled The Adventures of Superman. It featured the DC Comics character Superman. The serial came to radio as a syndicated show on New York City's WOR on February 12, 1940. On Mutual, it was broadcast from August 31, 1942, to February 4, 1949, as a 15-minute serial, running three or, usually, five times a week. From February 7 to June 24, 1949, it ran as a thrice-weekly half-hour show. The series shifted to ABC Saturday evenings on October 29, 1949, and then returned to afternoons twice a week on June 5, 1950, continuing on ABC until March 1, 1951. In all, 2,088 original episodes of The Adventures of Superman aired on American radio. Bud Collyer was famous in the roles of Clark Kent / Superman on radio and in animated cartoons, initially in theatrical short subjects and later on television. Coming up next: More 1940 Radio Superman!
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