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Laurel and Hardy; Zorro

By: 10 January 2011 One Comment

Stuck in your house because of all the snow? Bored out of your mind? Looking for something to do?

We at First Arkansas News have you covered. Typically, we reserve old time radio episodes for the end of each week in our Weekend OTR series. However, we’re not operating in normal times due to dangerous, snowy conditions throughout Arkansas.

While our friends living up in Yankeeville might regard 6 inches of snow as a mere dusting, we’re just not used to it here in central and south Arkansas. We generally respond to snow in these parts by sitting at home until everything melts and the roads are clear.

That leaves us with a problem — what on earth is there to do when you’re stuck in your house? Here’s one answer — catch up on some great entertainment.

And we’ve got that in spades today. Consider this a special edition of the Weekend OTR series. Yes, we’ve got two great episodes from Adventures of Zorro and Laurel & Hardy on tap for you tonight. Lucky you!

As always, these episodes are courtesy of our good friends at OTRCat.com. The Cat has both Adventures of Zorro and Laurel and Hardy episodes for sale and much, much more. The prices are always great over there and The Cat always has something on sale. If you’re a fan of old time radio, you owe it to yourself to pay The Cat a visit.

Click the below players and enjoy tonight’s show. And, yes, downloading is encouraged.

Adventures of Zorro — The King’s Justice

Laurel and Hardy — Mr. Slater’s Poultry Market

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

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