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Ozzie and Harriet Radio Show Ozzie and Harriet 

Ozzie & Harriet – “The Dripping Faucet” (1945)

Welcome back folks to the Geeezer Gus Presents™ comedy series ! I’m so very happy you tuned in again ! Today, we make another visit to Ozzie and Harriet’s place. This comedy episode is titled  “The Dripping Faucet.”  What should be an easy home repair, turns  the Nelson household up side down.  This episode is brought to you by our friends at . At CritterCaper,  you can watch hundreds of Pet and Animal Videos that will truly warm your heart ! There are great pet care and training videos as well !…

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Father Knows Best Radio Show Father Knows Best Radio Show 

Father Knows Best – “An Uncontrolled Dog.” (1950)

Welcome back folks to the Geezer Gus Presents™  Comedy Radio Series.. I’m so thrilled you tuned in again. Today’s comedy episode is a classic from the Father Knows Best Radio Show starring Robert Young. Today’s episode is titled  “An Uncontrolled Dog.” The Father Knows Best Radio Show ran from 1949 to 1954, then turned into a regular television series in 1954 to 1960. The radio show series had a strong following with listeners and it went on to become a very successful  television series. This episode is brought to you…

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The Bob Hope Radio Show The Bob Hope Radio Show 

The Bob Hope Radio Show – Featuring Constance Bennett (1938)

Today’s oldie episode is from the very popular “Bob Hope Radio Show” Series. The Pepsodent Show Starring Bob Hope premiered in 1938, over the stations of the National Broadcasting Company. Hope was the star of the program with Jerry Colonna as Hope’s sidekick. Today’s episode features actress Constance Bennett.

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Our Miss Brooks Radio Show Our Miss Brooks 

Our Miss Brooks – “Old Clothes for Party” with Eve Arden (1948)

Today’s comedy episode is from the classic  Our Miss Brooks radio show. This episode is titled  “Old Clothes for Party” starring Eve Arden. Our Miss Brooks is an American situation comedy starring Eve Arden as a  skeptically humorous high-school English teacher.  It began as a radio show broadcast on CBS from 1948 to 1957.

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