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Weekend OTR: Jack Benny – Don Moonlighting as Santa Claus

By: 19 December 2010 2 Comments

No, you’re not imagining things — we did post a Christmas old time radio episode here at First Arkansas News just yesterday.

Still, it’s Christmas and that means it’s time to celebrate the season. There are few better ways to do that than with some sparkling OTR shows, right?

By the way, if you happened to miss any of our Christmas old time radio shows, fear not — just click here and see what’s been posted so far. Better yet, why not subscribe to email updates and get notified automatically when new items have been posted around here? Those come out once per day and always in the morning, so it’s rather like getting a morning newspaper without having to go out to your yard to grab it.

This episode is from the Jack Benny series and aired way on back in 1943. Yes, Benny made a big deal out of Christmas and put on a ton of holiday-themed shows back when his show ruled the airwaves. This program is a great one, so enjoy it and get all festive.

As always, this episode is brought to your by our good friends at OTRCat.com. The Cat has been serving up collections of old time radio programs for years and the prices are simply amazing. I’m a customer and you’ll be one, too, if you head on over and pay The Cat a visit.

By the way, it is very true that we generally post OTR programs only on the weekends. However, we’re posting more often now because there are a lot of Christmas shows out there and now isn’t the time to hold back on them. So, stop in often to see what’s new.

So, turn up those speakers, click the below player and enjoy the show.

Jack Benny — Don Moonlighting as Santa Claus

About: Ethan C. Nobles:
Benton resident. Rogue journalist. Recovering attorney. Email = Ethan@FirstArkansasNews.net.

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