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OCTOBER 12,1974.......Found this super 8mm film footage shot in downtown Montgomery by me when I was a very young radio reporter....A robbery/homicide at a downtown department store ends with a shootout and takeover of a radio station with hostages held and gunfire exchanged. Huge story in its day... Still trying to find the date this happened..early 70's I think...raw footage available at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is a great Lux production of the classic, "The Thirty Nine Steps." This is based on the story by John Buchan and the Alfred Hitchcock movie of the same name. This production stars Robert Montgomery and Ida Lupino whereas the move starred Robert Donat and Madeleine Carroll. Please enjoy this great thriller. Please give us a thumbs up, comment and subscribe!!!!!
Jamie Ray on the radio in Alabama. Interview with DJ Fresh at 97.9 Jamz in Montgomery, AL Follow on all social media platforms! @jamieraymusic BOOKING/ FEATURES / SHOWS: Kirsten "Moon" Broussard 404-268-0882 Email: email@example.com IG: @Lateshowmoon
Please Like and Subscribe because that tells me how popular each series is. The program originates from Van Nuys, California. Ken Murray makes a cameo appearance. Bob and guest Robert Montgomery do a skit based in Montgomery's latest movie, called, "The Lady In The Lake, or The Case Of The Waterlogged Girdle." AFRS program name: "The Bob Hope Show." The Bob Hope Show was one of the longest running radio programs in the history of the golden age of American radio. The serialization aired from 1935 until 1955 and is considered one the all-time greats when it comes to old time radio comedy. The Bob Hope Show shared many similarities with the Bing Crosby Show and wowed their listeners with their witty and intelligent repartee. However, whereas Crosby exuded a smooth and mellow style of deliv...
That Mag Radio is live every Wednesday night at 6pm to 8pm on GasHouseRadio.com. Find out more about That Mag at ThatMusicMag.com or follow us on twitter (@ThatMusicMag) Your host is Jodie E. Saueraker (@ExponentEnt) This episode features Montgomery Streets and aired on Wednesday June 18, 2014
This is the conclusion of our Airline WG-2602 console record changer and radio restoration. In this part, we will service the radio and amplifier with new caps and tweak the alignment on the radio. Then we will plug in a vintage Harmony H59 Rocket guitar and see what the amp sounds like as a guitar amp!