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The Cinnamon Bear is an old time radio program that has delighted family audiences since its radio debut in 1937. Designed to be listened to six days a week (excluding Sundays) between Thanksgiving and Christmas, it was first broadcast between Friday, November 26, and Saturday December 25, 1937. The episodes would air starting at Thanksgiving and would end at Christmas, with one episode airing each night. Each episode is 11 or 12 minutes long, just right for the little one's attention span!
The story focuses on Judy and Jimmy Barton who must venture from their home to the enchanted world of Maybeland to recover their missing Silver Star that belongs on top of their Christmas tree. Helping on this quest for the missing star is The Cinnamon Bear, a stuffed bear with shoe button eyes and a green scarf.
They meet other memorable characters on this quest, including the Crazy Quilt Dragon (who repeatedly tries to take the star for himself) , the Wintergreen Witch, Fe Fo the Giant, and even Santa Claus. Once thought to be lost, all 26 episodes of The Cinnamon Bear have been digitally remastered from the original recordings of the live cast on-air performance.
Start a great new family tradition this holiday season with The Cinnamon Bear!
GREAT GIFTS FOR DAD!
Henry Grantland Rice (November 1, 1880 - July 13, 1954) was an early 20th-century American sportswriter known for his elegant prose. His writing was published in newspapers around the country and broadcast on the radio by Jimmy Powers in the popular radio show: The Grantland Rice Story.
Powers brought Grantland's autobiography The Tumult and the Shouting to the radio masses in a weekly 15-minute radio show that literally started on page one of Rice's autobiography, and moved through the entire book over 52 episodes. Each week contained Rice's rich stories and reflections of Babe Ruth, Jack Dempsey, Knute Rockne, and other sports greats.
The series has been called one of the most compelling looks into the career of one of America's most beloved sports writers, and is a must-have for all sports aficionados. Digitally remastered exclusively for Audible.
The story you are about to hear is true...
This famous line opened each weekly episode of one of the most popular radio dramas of all time: Dragnet.
In this exclusive commercial free 39-episode collection from 1949-1950, join Sergeant Joe Friday and his partners as they follow a system of coordinated measures (the dragnet) for apprehending criminals or suspects.