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Weekend OTR: Frontier Town — Chad Remington’s Father Murdered

By: 21 May 2011 No Comment

Welcome to another weekend and another fun-filled episode in the long-running Weekend OTR series here at First Arkansas News.

By the way, we started that series just a little over a year ago and have kept it going every weekend since then. Yes, we started posting old time radio episodes at least once a week starting on May 1 and it is the longest running series on the site as it was started a mere two weeks after the site was born.We hope our regular visitors enjoy this weekly episodes and rest assured that we’ll keep posting old time radio episodes as long as we’ve got control of this site.

Speaking of old time radio, stick around for a project that First Arkansas News owner Ethan C. Nobles and regular contributor Edwin Smith have been working on for some time now — a “modern audio theater” production called the Super Weasel Lawyer Team. We’ve got three scripts written and have some actors with the Royal Theater in Benton who have volunteered to provide voices for the Weasels — production should start in mid-June and we’ll start posting episodes both here and on iTunes shortly thereafter. Stay tuned for that, and check out the below theme music to get way excited about the project:

Theme for a Weasel

Exciting, no? Ah, but you’re here to hear this weekend’s old time radio episode, aren’t you? We’re going with a western — Frontier Town — to coincide with the big sales on those old west programs on sale right now at OTRCat.com. Head on over and see what’s on sale.

Before you do that, however, click the below player and enjoy the show.

Frontier Town — Chad Remington’s Father Murdered (9/26/1952)

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

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