INTRO: Eddie Cantor – Cheer Up, Smile, NERTZ!
Pedro the Voder – Good Evening, Radio Audience
Grete Widecke, Karl Nebe – Autoduett aus Hochparterre Links
Slim & Slam – That’s Communication
Elton Britt – Uranium Fever
Sons of the Pioneers – Old Man Atom
Al Jolson – Toot, Toot, Tootsie Goodbye
Palmer McAbee – McAbee’s Railroad
Louis Armstrong – The Dummy Song
Pedro the Voder – Auld Lang Syne
Monroe Calculators – Great Calculators
Joseph Phillips – My Lady of the Telephone
Frank Kennedy – Schultz at the Paris Exposition
Brook Bond Commercial
Vivian Stanshall – Terry Keeps His Clips On


It’s the Old Silverback Cartoon Matinee Hour, featuring a full hour of all your animated favorites like Bruto the Sailor Man, Macho Moose, Lil’ Oddity, Slim & Sam (“Those Inky Corvid Twins”), Tottering Gertie, Dookins & Dontkins, Loosey B. Owl and dozens of others. Get ready to “Plunk yer magic twanger, Froggy” as Col. Jo-Jo Houston presents these newly-restored cartoons as they were meant to be seen… ON RADIO!

“Mr. A. Hitler, the nazi old thing, says that Mickey’s silly. Imagine that! Well, Mickey’s going to save Mr. A. Hitler from drowning or something some day… then won’t Mr. A. Hitler be ashamed…” — WALT DISNEY

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One full hour of variety in the popular music genre. Originally broadcast over the experimental HEER-ZUM radio network on or about the week of April 1st 1927. Fans of old time radio will enjoy this offering. Restored from the original 13-inch Armed Forces Network discs. Featuring the dulcet tones of Consul and his Pantroglodyte Hot Point Orchestra recorded live at the Flea Run in New York City. Sponsored by Dums Cigars – “Stand Out with DUMS!”