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Old Time Radio Comedy Classics

Abbott and Costello

Abbott and Costello

Every week 20 million listeners tuned in to catch the verbal antics of Bud Abbott and Lou Costello-two former vaudevillians who took rapid-fire repartee to a new level.

Amos n Andy

Amos n Andy

Tune in to hear radio's Amos 'N' Andy, the most popular radio series of all time. Amos 'n' Andy was one of the most successful Old Time Radio Comedy programs lasting over 34 years. Freeman Gosden and Charles Correl starred as Amos Jones and Andrew H. Brown. Starting in 1926 and 1927 as the "Sam 'n' Henry" show, then renamed in 1928 as Amos 'n' Andy, they went on to incredible success and popularity. During the Great Depression, their audiences reached epic proportions in part due to their common, average Joe approach.

Baby Snooks

Baby Snooks

Meet Ziegfield Follies superstar Fanny Brice in the hysterical role that endeared her to millions. Brice developed the little monster Baby Snooks from a party routine for a few close friends. Her devilish tricks and "Whyyyy, Daddy?" kept radio audiences in stitches for more than a decade.

Fibber McGee and Molly

Fibber McGee and Molly

Excitable and loose-lipped Fibber means well enough, but it's not always easy for even-tempered Molly to keep him in check and out of trouble. Jim and Marian Jordan star in this radio comedy classic, in which warm-heartedness usually wins out over hot-headedness. A safe bet for laughs - as long as you don't go too close to the closet.

Jack Benny

Jack Benny

For more than 20 years, Jack Benny reigned as the king of radio comedy. How he turned a self-absorbed cheapskate into a beloved icon ranks among the great achievements in entertainment history.

Old Time Radio Comedy Shows