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I just went out and bought an iron gym and 2 boxes of sham wow after listening to those very persuasive infomercials. Well done.
I’ve been going through some tough times lately, but the iron gym commercial with Karim’s parents made me laugh hysterically!! Thanks for the laughs!
I Love A Mystery. There aren’t a lot of complete story arcs that exist in cictalurion today, but there are enough to make me wish they were ALL available. For a listen, try here:There are also the five-part Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar episodes from 1955-56. Each episode in those was only 15 minutes long (they were broadcast every weekday), so it’s not quite what you’re looking for. On the other hand, I think YTJD is at or near the top of the list of OTR series and those episodes in particular were among the series’ best. Most other series that had multi-episode story lines were the juvenile series, such as Superman, Buck Rogers, Tom Corbett Space Cadet, etc. Some comedy series (Lum and Abner comes to mind) also kept a story line going as well.
As nearly as I can rebemmer from my OTR collection, there’s little continuity between the types of shows you describe. Superman adventures carried on for a few episodes, but for the most part, the characters came and went, except for the main characters or ensemble In the current genre, Imagination Theater, The Adventures of Harry Nile is cumulative, but each episode stands alone.There is one other possibility, if you get ahold of the Canadian radio (CBC) Mystery Project series, there were two, called Midnight Cab and Clean Sweep. Each of these were continuing series throughout its life. Outside of that, you might look at the soapies
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