More from John Dehner this time, with the second episode from his series, Frontier Gentleman. We’ll hear A Meeting With Sitting Bull, which first aired February 9, 1958.
Browsing: Into The West
We take The Road To Wickenberg on this episode of Into The West. This is the second entry from Have Gun, Will Travel, and was first broadcast November 30, 1958.
On this episode of Into The West, we’ll hear the third episode from Fort Laramie, a series that aired from January to October of 1956. Squaw Man was first heard February 5, 1956.
On the show this week, we hear again from The Six Shooter. This is the second episode of the shows only season, and was first broadcast September 27, 1953. It’s titled The Coward.
On this episode, we’ll the (apparently) only program from The Adventures Of The Scarlet Cloak. This audition episode first aired February 15, 1950.
On this episode of Into The West, we’ll hear again from Gunsmoke. Here is the second program of that series, titled Jaliscoe, which first aired May 10, 1952.
This episode of Into The West features a story by The Cisco Kid. We’ll hear The Disappearing Bullet, which first aired July 22, 1952.
Death Valley Days was a long running radio, and later television, series produced between 1930 and 1945. The episode we’ll hear today aired June 17, 1938. Here’s The Burro With No Name.
We’ll hear the second episode of the Luke Slaughter Of Tombstone series this week. First heard March 2, 1958 here’s Tracks Out Of Tombstone.
Frontier Fighters was a syndicated series of 15 minute episodes that aired sometime in the 1930’s. From that series we’ll hear Lewis And Clark, and Zebulon Pike.