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Classic Bob & Ray. Vol. 1, Selections from a career: 1946-1976

Author: Bob Elliott; Ray Goulding
Series: Classic Bob & Ray, v. 1
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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America's most captivating comedy team perform hilarious skits and sketches from their commercial radio career (1946-1976), cuts from out-of-print albums, and radio ads for clients real and ridiculous. Volume one contains 68 selections.
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Genre/Form: Comedy radio programs
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Bob Elliott; Ray Goulding
OCLC Number: 26459575
Notes: (Tape 2). Side A. (28:05). Public service announcement: II -- Lawrence Fechtenberger, Interstellar Officer Candidate: I -- Bob and Ray's overstocked warehouse (Spanish Am. War)--Dean Archer Armstead (garden care) -- Matt Neffer, boy spotwelder (Matt reports to new job) -- Interview with butterfly trainer -- Train robbery -- Mister Science (gas refrigeration) -- Most exciting experience (Miss Flannel's) -- Wally Ballou (visit to a glass fruit factory) -- Bob and Ray Grand National Spelling Bee: I --(Tape 2). Side B. (27:20). Bob and Ray Grand National Spelling Bee: II -- Interview with Marshall Slim Slade -- One fella's family (Going like sixty) -- Equitable P. Harman Technical High -- Bob and Ray's overstocked warehouse (door chimes) -- This place for heroes -- The question man -- Aunt Penny's sunlit kitchen (story of Mr. & Mrs. Spatz) -- What the tune is.
(Tape 3). Side A. (29:55). Public service announcement: III -- Mister Treat, chaser of lost persons -- Interview with U.S. history author -- Wally Ballou (fire engine factory)--Insomniac Theater -- Faces in the news -- Lawrence Fechtenberger, Interstellar Officer Candidate: II -- Interview with floorwalker --(Tape 3). Side B. (27:46). Matt Neffer, boy spotwelder -- Steve Bosco -- Arthur Sturdley -- Wally Ballou and Artie Schermerhorn -- Unusual occupations (fingernail clipper tester) -- One fella's family -- Visit to a four leaf clover farm -- Dean Archer Armstead -- Interview with George Brent impersonator -- Webley Webster's book review.
(Tape 4). Side A. (28:55). Public service announcement: IV -- Lawrence Fechtenberger, Interstellar Officer Candidate: III -- Interview soap opera author Chester Hasbrouck Frisby -- Wally Ballou (tranquilizer factory)--Tahiti travelog -- Cheaper's discount store -- Epic (Civil War) -- Matt Neffer, boy spotwelder -- Mary McGoon's Inn --(Tape 4). Side B. (27:45). Matinee with Bob & Ray (WHDH) -- Two 1949 programs: -- The life and loves of Linda Lovely -- Chesterfield commercial -- News update with Peter Gory -- Coach Spike McSturdley -- Visit from Tex Blaisdell -- Arthur Sturdley's talent scouts -- Mystery.
Description: 4 audiocassettes (3 hr., 48 min.) : analog.
Contents: (Tape 1). Side A. (29:50). Public service announcement: I --
Grub, the story of food --
Matt Neffer, boy spotwelder (between jobs) --
Just Fancy Dan, barber of Hartsdale --
King Yukon of the Northwest (captures Pierre the Halfbreed) --
Mary McGoon's recipe for frozen ginger ale salad --
Mister Trace, keener than most persons (Peg Leg man murder clue) --
Biff Burns (ping-pong champ) --
Insonmiac Theater (Desperate man) --
Arthur Sturdley (Tony rides a horse) --
(Tape 1). Side B. (28:37). Wally Ballou and Artie Schermerhorn (Detergent Box Derby) --
One fella's family (Garage trouble) --
Aunt Penny's sunlit kitchen (Story of Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Hedges) --
Your Sanitation Dept. in action --
Sea search (perforated eardrums) --
Manufacturer's outlet sale --
Interview with Frank Liberace --
Webley Webster's book review --
McBeeBee twins conduct the Irene Cleming Getchal Orchestra --
Interview with Dr. Sherman Y. Maycroft (teaches candidates to speak without a PA system).
Series Title: Classic Bob & Ray, v. 1
Other Titles: Bob & Ray
Responsibility: written and performed by Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding ; produced by Larry Josephson & Lars Hoel.

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America's most captivating comedy team perform hilarious skits and sketches from their commercial radio career (1946-1976), cuts from out-of-print albums, and radio ads for clients real and ridiculous. Volume one contains 68 selections.

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