Alan Young is best remembered as the talking horse’s companion in the George Burns produced Mr. Ed, but the talented Canadian actor had a long career in comedy before that. The Alan Young Show went through a couple of different incarnations, usually with the bumbling Alan being led into situations well over his head. The last edition of the series features Jim Backus as the snobbish playboy Hubert Updike III.
This situation comedy stars film star Alan Young as himself. It was broadcast on NBC (1944); ABC (1944-1946); NBC (1949). Most folk remember Young as the fellow who chatted with Mr Ed, the talking horse on Mr Ed for CBS-TV (1961-1965). Click here to read more about Alan Young Show
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Please enjoy these 60 old time radio episodes:
|01.30.1945||becoming moe assertive||
+ Blue Network. Sponsored by: Vitalis, Sal Hepatica, Trushay. After Betty breaks off her engagement ...
|01.23.1945||alan wants to propose to betty||
+ Blue Network. Sponsored by: Sal Hepatica, Vitalis, Trushay. Alan is going to buy a ring and propos...
|01.16.1945||alan wants to hire fred waring||
+ Blue Network. Sponsored by: Vitalis, Sal Hepatica, Trushay. Alan travels to New York to hire Fred ...
|01.09.1945||taking david to school||
+ Blue Network. Sponsored by: Sal Hepatica, Ipana, Trushay. Alan brings little David to school and f...
|12.06.1944||alan wants to be a reporter||
+ Blue net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. Alan decides to become a newspaper reporter. Bea Wain's fi...
|11.12.1944||alan writes an opera||
+ Blue Network. Sponsored by: Ipana, Sal Hepatica, Trushay. Alan's going to write his own opera. Mot...
|10.24.1944||alan buys a water heater||
+ Program #6. Blue net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. After trying unsuccessfully to take a bath, Al...
+ Program #3. Blue net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. A visit to Breenbracker's department store for...
+ Alan’s girlfriend Maryanne visits with her mother Mrs Grimes. Mrs Grimes doesn’t consider Alan...
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