When Amos ‘n’ Andy first came to radio in 1928, no one realized what a truly popular radio show would be like. Businesses everywhere felt the sting if they did not have a radio so that their patrons would not miss an episode. From a modern perspective the show seems racially insensitive because it is based on a pair of white actors playing “black-faced” parts. However, for the time it was just considered great entertainment. Click here to read more about Amos And Andy Show
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Please enjoy these 332 old time radio episodes:
|08.19.1936||the amos n andy show|
|12.04.1936||the amos n andy show|
|04.03.1939||the amos n andy show|
|01.30.1949||the antique piano||
+ Another year has rolled around and today is Sapphire Steven’s birthday. Right now in their apart...
|12.10.1950||the beaver coat|
|03.17.1944||the broken clock|
|04.28.1944||the brother in law||
+ It's nothing new for the Kingfish to go into a business that's calculated to make a fortune, but w...
|01.29.1950||the bungling burglars||
+ Andy Brown is once again a free man. The court ruled that there was no marriage between him and Ab...
|09.23.1947||the burial insurance salesman||
+ Let’s look on the home of Mrs and Mrs George Stevens better known as the Kingfish and Sapphire. ...
|04.14.1944||the butler did it|
|04.16.1950||the census taker||
+ To prove that miracles can still happen the Kingfish finally got him self a job. For the last two ...
|12.17.1946||the cigar stand||
+ Last summer Andrew Brown made $300 working in a resort hotel and has been keeping it in a savings ...
|01.14.1929||the efficiency expert||
+ Maisie's been in show business since she was a skinny little kid, and show business is why I look ...
|05.05.1944||the electric clock caper|
|11.10.1944||the employment agency||
+ The best way to avoid having to take a job is to make sure that someone else gets it and evidently...
|01.06.1948||the french car|
|01.02.1949||the french car|
|05.09.1954||the honeymoon cottage|
|10.24.1948||the hot fur|
|11.05.1943||the locked trunks secret|
|02.18.1951||the lonely hearts club|
|10.01.1946||the lot on rocky hills|