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Justice League of America Theme Song

Jan. 13th, 2008 | 08:27 pm
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The Saint (1944 - 1951 Radio)

Jan. 13th, 2008 | 08:21 pm
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Several radio drama series based upon The Saint were produced in North America, South Africa, and Great Britain.

The longest-running and best known radio incarnation of Simon Templar was, starring Vincent Price, was broadcast between 1947 and 1951 on no fewer than three networks: CBS, Mutual and NBC. After Price left the series in May 1951, he was replaced by Tom Conway, who played the role for several more months.

Packs include all known existing shows from 1944-1951, plus three dramatized Saint novels.

part 1 - http://www.megaupload.com/?d=4TKEM6K5
part 2 - http://www.megaupload.com/?d=D2T4ES8A
part 3 - http://www.megaupload.com/?d=YLV46OKZ

For single episode downloads check out The Saint on the IA.

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Captain Midnight (Radio)

Jan. 13th, 2008 | 12:15 pm
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Captain Midnight was a U.S. radio adventure serial broadcast from 1938 to 1949. Sponsored by the Skelly Oil Company, the program was the creation of radio scripters Wilfred G. Moore and Robert M. Burtt, who had previously scored a success for Skelly with their boy pilot adventure serial The Air Adventures of Jimmie Allen.
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The title character, originally Captain Albright, was a World War I U. S. Army pilot. His Captain Midnight code name was given by a general who sent him on a high-risk mission, when the aviator returned at the stroke of 12. When the show began in 1938, Albright was a private aviator who helped people, but his situation changed in 1940. When the show was taken over by Ovaltine, the origin story explained how Albright was recruited to head the Secret Squadron, an aviation-oriented paramilitary organization fighting sabotage and espionage during the period prior to the United States' entry into World War II. The Secret Squadron acted both within and outside the United States.

When the United States was attacked at Pearl Harbor, which was curiously foreshadowed in the program, the show shifted the Secret Squadron's duties to fight the more unconventional aspects of the war. Besides the stock villain, Ivan Shark, the war years introduced Axis villains, Baron von Karp, Admiral Himakito and von Schrecker. The Secret Squadron wartime activities were usually outside the continental United States, with adventures in Europe, South America, the Pacific, and continental Asia. War related subject matter included the theft of an experimental Flying Wing aircraft, radar coupled antiaircraft guns, jet aircraft, and other weapons.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_Midnight

Sound quality on all of these is only so-so.

Covering all of The Perada Treasure and The Mysterious Voice
http://www.otr.com/cm_archives.shtml

Download and listen online to eps 1-59 (all of The Perada Treasure and then some)
http://www.archive.org/details/captainmidnightOTRKIBM

0225 to 0258 (Jan 1940 to March 1940)
http://www.freeotrshows.com/otr2/Captain_Midnight.html 

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SUPERMAN "SUPERBOY SCREEN TESTS" 1956

Dec. 29th, 2007 | 01:36 pm
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[Fan Work] Nightwing - Main Titles

Dec. 2nd, 2007 | 05:38 pm
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Nightwing - Main Titles by backpagecomics Time: 59 seconds

Another fan project. This one is based off of a pilot script I wrote for one of the coolest superheroes ever - NIGHTWING! The song is Fly From the Inside by Shinedown.

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Captain America: The Scarlet Shroud (1944)

Nov. 27th, 2007 | 06:23 pm
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Superhero Captain America battles the evil forces of the archvillain called The Scarab, who poisons his enemies and steals a secret device capable of destroying buildings by sound vibrations.

(The hero in this serial isn't the same Captain America as in the comic books.)

Captain America 1944 - The Scarlet Shroud Part 1

Captain America 1944 - The Scarlet Shroud Part 2

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Nov. 26th, 2007 | 07:22 pm
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Isis - Captain Marvel - Crossover 1 // Isis - Captain Marvel - Crossover 2 // Isis - Captain Marvel - Crossover 3

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[Fan Vid] Lady Blackhawk - Zinda Blake

Nov. 25th, 2007 | 04:38 pm
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Images from the BlackHawk Series and Birds of Prey. One from Guy Gardener #24, and a few from Military Comics #20.
Songs: Candye Kane - I'm the Toughest Girl Alive and Melodies from the Noir OST 1

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[Fan Vid] JSA CHRONICLES - CHAPTER ONE:WILDCAT

Nov. 24th, 2007 | 06:10 pm
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by David Spitzer and Toxic Lipstick Productions

Join The Society - Site Now Online

http://jsa.toxiclipstickproductions.com/

JSA Chronicles - Chapter One Teaser [YouTube]

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Freedom Force

Nov. 24th, 2007 | 06:02 pm
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Freedom Force (comics), a fictional superpowered team in the Marvel Comics universe

The Freedom force is an american animated tv series shown as a segment of Tarzan and the Super 7 in 1978. Lasting only five episodes, it told the tale of a superhero team of heroes from around the world, who are gathered to fight evil. One of these heroes is Isis, who had previously appeared in the live-action series, The Secrets of Isis (played by another actress).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Freedom_Force_%28TV_Series%29

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