There's nothing like The Phil Harris-Alice Faye Show, radio's best-written situation comedy -- and here's ten full hours to prove it! The show's sense of the absurd, its anything-goes anarchy, is as sharp and funny today as it was seventy years ago!
In addition to Phil and Alice's considerable charms, Elliott Lewis co-stars as left handed guitar player Frankie Remley, with Walter Tetley as mouthy teenager Julius Abruzzio. Robert North, Jeanine Roos, Anne Whitfield, and Gale Gordon add to the fun in wisecracking, no-holds-barred scripts by Ray Singer and Dick Chevillat!
Includes a Program Guide by radio historian Elizabeth McLeod!
Episodes Include: Jury Duty 02-20-49; Remley is Fired 02-27-49; Remley is Re-Hired 03-13-49; Alice's Birthday 03-20-49; The Ski Trip 03-27-49; The Sponsor's Daughter 04-03-49; The Circus 04-10-49; Dinner for Teacher 04-17-49; Movie Role 04-24-49; Spring Housecleaning 05-01-49; Mother's Day Present 05-08-49; Cadillac in the Swimming Pool 05-15-49; Phil's Boat 05-22-49; The Picnic 05-29-49; The Tonsillectomy 06-05-49; The French Orphan 06-12-49; Frankie's Foster Son 06-19-49; Concern About Contract Renewal 06-26-49; Phil Returns From Vacation 09-18-49; Keeping Regular Office Hours 09-25-49.
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