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Christmas OTR Shows

Here is a little collection of Christmas old time radio shows! Merry Christmas and enjoy the shows!

The Great Gildersleeve - Alone For Christmas - Gildy and Leroy find themselves home alone on Christmas day...

Kraft Music Hall with Bing Crosby - Holiday Inn Christmas Program with Bing Crosby. A little music, a little comedy. A great show!

The Gift of the Magi - O Henry's Christmas classic as dramatized by The Coronet Little Show in 1943.

Campbell Playhouse - A Christmas Carol - Orson Welles - The Charles Dickens classic done by the master of old time radio Orson Welles.

Truth or Consequences Christmas Show - OK, I am going to go out on a limb and say that this is the BEST Christmas radio program ever recorded. :) It is a live broadcast featuring a veteran who is in the hospital. You do not want to miss this one!

Abbott and Costello Christmas Show - Celebrate Christmas with that great comedy duo Abbot and Costello!

Amos and Andy Christmas Show - The Amos and Andy Christmas show from 1947! Gotta love it!

Theater of Romance - The Messiah - If you like Handel's Messiah then check this show out.

Bob Hope Christmas Show - The Bob Hope Christmas show from 1943! This one is titled "The Christmas Package".

Burns and Allen - Christmas 1940 - Relive Christmas of 1940 with Burns and Allen.

Fibber McGee and Molly Christmas Show - Fibber McGee and Molly Christmas show from 1949! This one is titled "Best Christmas Decorations".

Family Theater - Lullaby of Christmas - Another great otr Christmas show.

Gunsmoke - Here is a Christmas themed show for all the "western" lovers out there!

Edward Arnold - Mr President - Man at the Gate of the World - Edward Arnold in a great otr Christmas show.

Miracle on 34th Street - Lux Radio Theater presents the radio version of Miracle on 34th Street.

Jack Benny - Chrsitmas in New York 1938 - The Jack Benny Christmas show from 1938.

Loretta Young - The Littlest Angel - Loretta Young doing that holiday favorite "The Littlest Angel".

The Plot To Overthrow Christmas - Christmas show from 1944 directed by and starring Orson Welles.

The Six Shooter - Brit Ponsetts Christmas Carol - Another great western christmas show!

The Shadow - Joey's Christmas Story - This is how The Shadow does Christmas. :)

Our Miss Brooks - The Magic Christmas Tree - A hilarious Christmas episode of Our Miss Brooks.

Nick Carter - Christmas Adventure - A heart warming story about a man who does not have any Christmas Spirit.

Sherlock Holmes - Adventure of the Christmas Bride - The world's greatest detective solves a Christmas mystery.

The Great Gildersleeve - Christmas Stray Puppy - Another funny Christmas otr show.

The Saint - The Nineteen Santa Clauses - What's up with all those Santa's? :)

Mel Blanc Show - Christmas Present - The Mel Blanc Christmas Show.

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Old time radio often called "otr" refers to radio shows from the early days of radio broadcasting. The term usually applies to dramas, comedies, mystery shows, westerns and variety shows that were acted out by professional actors and sent out over the airwaves. In the golden age of radio families would sit around their radio listening to the exciting shows the way we sit around our television sets watching them today.
OTR fans used to be those people who grew up in the 1930's, 40's and 50's but thanks to the internet a whole new generation is falling in love with OTR! Yes, young and old alike love to listen to the radio shows of yesteryear. You are never too young to appreciate the talented actors and actresses from the golden age of radio. Old time radio cd's and old time radio dvd's as well as downloads have brought those classic programs into the high tech era.
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