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Holiday OTR: Fibber McGee and Molly — Cuts Christmas Tree

By: 17 December 2011 2 Comments

As odd as it may sound, Christmas is just around the corner.

Odd? Yes, indeed. It rather feels like 2011 just got started, didn’t it? At any rate, we at First Arkansas News have some fun this time of year by putting up at least one Christmas OTR episode per weekend. This year we expanded on that Christmas OTR goodness by posting the complete episodes for three holiday serials. Click here to listen to those. We update those daily, so stop in through Christmas to listen to episodes of The Cinnamon Bear, Jump Jump and he Ice Queen and Christmas on the Moon. It’s free to listen to those episodes, so go nuts.

Ah, and make sure to stop in every Sunday for our latest Lum and Abner comic strip. If you like the strip, why not click here for the Lum and Abner Store and pick up a mug, teed shirt, iPhone/iPod case or something else? All proceeds go to pay the creative team and to compensate Chet Lauck Jr. for his kind permission to run comic strips that feature his father (Chester Lauck Sr.played Lum on the show. You might just find a Christmas gift or two over there.

Speaking of gifts, the episodes we broadcast here are typically provided by OTRCat.com. The Cat always has a sale going on, so pick up episodes of your favorite old time radio programs for a price that is unbelievably low.

Click the below player to listen to this week’s show.

Fibber McGee & Molly — Cuts Christmas Tree (12/16/1947)

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

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