Archie Andrews was a teenage sitcom directly adapted from the very popular comic strip of Bob Montana. It began to be heard on NBC Blue on May 31, 1943 and lasted on-air until September 5, 1943—the period during which radio adaptations of comic characters were trending. The show was also broadcasted on Mutual from 1944 to 1945.
Kenneth Banghart served as the announcer, while Bob Hastings played the lead character Archie during the show's NBC times. Other actors that took over the main role include Burt Boyar, Jack Grimes, and Charles Mullen. The other important character role, Jughead, was given to Cameron Andrews and Hal Stone. Up to now, Archie Comics is still popular and loved by many fans.
- Radio Shows
Please enjoy these 19 old time radio episodes:
|N/A||fixing flat tire||
+ It’s sunny Sunday afternoon as we look in on the Andrews home and we find Mr. Andrews in the liv...
|06.23.1945||nazi pow in riverdale|
|05.07.1946||a day at camp|
|07.13.1946||stranded on deserted island|
+ Archie Andrews is a teenage situation comedy based on the comic strip by Bob Montana. Archie has p...
+ Archie is going to a dance and Dad is trying to take a bath, not at all as easy as it sounds. Ar...
|03.15.1947||jokes at mrs lodges red cross party||
+ Archie serenades Veronica with his Al Jolson imitations. Then he becomes the hit of the party, wit...
|08.09.1947||taking a bath||
+ Sponsored by: Swift's Premium Meats. Mr. Andrews wants to take a bath and the troubles begin. The...
|11.15.1947||going to bed early|
+ Sponsored by: Swift's Premium Meats. Mass confusion results when Archie and his parents and all h...
|05.15.1948||archie andrews the hiccups||
+ Sponsored by: Swift's Premium Meats. Archie's hiccups and other problems make it impossible for M...
|N/A||archie andrews a good night's sleep|
|N/A||dinner at a resturant|
|N/A||glowing dial celeb int bob hastings|
|N/A||helping dad at the office|
|N/A||horseback riding lessons|
|N/A||late for school|
|N/A||aran archiehasacold n a|
|N/A||aran christmas shopping at stacy s department store n a|
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