Monday, August 02, 2010

Robert Montgomery on OTR

I think I've finally found the most comprehensive list of Robert Montgomery appearances on radio, thanks to RadioGoldIndex.com. Count 'em, 71 programs!

Not too long ago I was flipping around XM Radio stations in my car and popped on XM Radio Classics. An episode of Suspense was ending and Bob's voice seemingly came out of nowhere as he added the show's end narration. Odd how you "tune" into things like that.

4 comments:

Debbie said...

That's an amazing find. Too bad they're not available for listening or downloading. You can listen to many of the Suspense episodes on Archive.org, a treasure trove to be sure.

The Petticoat Fever photo is a bit odd, but I adore that silly romp of a film! Bob is at his boyish best in that one!

Carrie said...

Finding a good list has always been a challenge. There's a bunch of sites, such as Archive.org & Calfkiller where you can find many. The obscure ones that weren't major shows are who knows where!

missy said...

Thanks so much for the listings!
I am a member of Old Time Radio Mystery Theatre (http://www.mysteryshows.com/)and have found lots of his radio performances available for download there. Can't wait to check for some of these!

Know just what you mean by what you 'tune' into :)

la peregrina said...

Thanks, Carrie, for the link. I listen to the Old Time Radio channel and this makes finding what shows to watch easier. I listened to the Readers Digest Condensed Books version of The Maltese Falcon the other day. It was different.