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  • Vinyl
  • ASIN: B004I6J5Y4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,100,669 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By M. G Watson VINE VOICE on December 17, 2011
Don't mistake me - I love the MP3. If not for these little electronic babies, my childhood habit of listening to old-time radio shows would never have been able to blossom into a full-time hobby, and my collection of fifty or sixty OTR shows wouldn't have grown into a library nearly 1,000 shows and seven gigabites in size. Having said that, there is something distinctly special, and wonderful, about listening to OTR in mediums a little closer to the way they were originally broadcast - for, example, vinyl.

THE GREEN HORNET was about a crusading newspaper publisher named Britt Reid (actually the grand-nephew of the Lone Ranger) who, under the guise of the Green Hornet, and with his faithful valet Kato at his side, waged a war on organized crime in his city. This recording from Nostalgia Lane is a two-episode collection featuring the following episodes:

"The Woman In The Case" ( 2/12/46) - A ruthless gang is terrorizing city shopkeepers, forcing them to pay protection or go up in flames, and murdering any eyewitness bold enough to testify. Britt Reid suspects that the real threat is not the bombers but their mysterious boss, who may just be a seemingly upstanding member of society. But who?

"A Soldier And His Dog" (2/19/46) - Military Police Private Ned Vinton was invited by his wealthy uncle John, who he has never met, to come live with him after the war. Britt Reid soon becomes suspicious that the man claiming to be Ned may in fact be an imposter looking to collect on Ned's inheritance, and it's up to the Hornet to discover the truth.

This recording's a neat walk down memory lane. What you may lose in crackle and hiss you will make up for, I hope, in nostalgia for a simpler time when crime didn't pay.
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