SQUADRON AUDIO DVDs
Disk 1: Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle
71 Half-hour Adventures, 30 Hours of content
71 Episodes of the further adventures of Tarzan, originally broadcast in the 1950s. These programs are similar in tone to the Ron Ely television programs of the 60s and generally intelligent and entertaining.
Disk 2: The Tarzan Radio Serials
3 Full Audio Adventure Serials, 30 Hours of content
76 episodes of TARZAN OF THE APES (1932) the original story of Tarzan, as scripted by his creator Edgar Rice Burroughs and starring his son-in-law James Pierce and daughter Joan Burroughs, and two more complete serials, THE DIAMOND OF ASHER (1934) and THE FIRES OF TOHR (1936), one never aired. Very good sound quality on all episodes.
These programs feature Basil Rathbone, Tom Conway, John Stanley and others in the adventures of the most famous sleuth of all time, originally broadcast in the 1930s and 40s. About 30 of the stories are adaptaions from original Conan Doyle stories, including A Scandal in Bohemia, The Speckled Band, The Retired Colourman, etc., and many more are new original adventures. Also included: a brief clip of the celebrated William Gillette performing his famous stage role, discussing the dangers of Professor Moriarty with Watson.
A Scandal in Bohemia - A Well-Staged Murder - Colonel Warburton's Madness - Death in the North Sea - Immortal Sherlock Holmes (Welles) - In Flanders Fields - King Philip's Golden Salver - Maltree Abbey - Mrs. Warren's Lodger - Murder Beyond the Mountains - Murder by Moonlight - Murder in the Casbah - Murder Under the Big Top - New Year's Eve off the Scilly Islands - Prof. Moriarty and the Diamond Jubilee - Professor Presbury - Queue for Murder - The Accidental Murderess - The Amateur Mendicant Society - The Babbling Butler - The Baconian Cipher - The Blarney Stone - The Book of Tobit - The Bruce-Partington Plans - The Cadaver in the Roman Toga - The Camberwell Poisoners - The Canary Trainer - The Carpathian Horror - The Christmas Bride - The Clue of the Hungry Cat - The Copper Beeches 40 - The Copper Beeches 43 - The Copper Beeches 47 - The Coptic Compass - The Cradle that Rocked Itself - The Darlington Substitution - The Demon Barber - The Devil's Foot 36 - The Devil's Foot 46 - The Disappearing Scientist - The Double Zero - The Dying Detective - The Dying Schoolboys - The Eyes of Mr. Leyton - The Final Problem - The Genuine Guarnarius - The Girl with the Gazelle - The Grand Old Man - The Great Gandolfo - The Guileless Gypsy - The Gunpowder Plot - The Harley Street Murders - The Haunted Bagpipes - The Haunting of Sherlock Holmes - The Headless Monk - The Horseless Carriage - The Indiscretion of Mr. Edwards - The Innocent Murderess - The Iron Box - The Iron Maiden - The Island of Death - The Laughing Lemur - The Limping Ghost - The Lion's Mane - The Living Doll - The Locked Room - The Man with the Twisted Lip - The Manor House - The Mazarin Stone - The Missing Bloodstains - The Missing Heiress - The Murder in Wax - The Night Before Christmas - The Original Hamlet - The Out-of-Date Murder - The Paradol Chamber - The Persecuted Millionaire - The Pointless Robbery - The Purloined Ruby - The Red-Headed League - The Retired Colourman 40 - The Retired Colourman 43 - The Sally Martin - The Second Generation - The Speckled Band 43 - The Speckled Band 45 - The Speckled Band 47 - The Stolen Naval Treaty - The Strange Death of Mrs. Abernathy - The Stuttering Ghost - The Submarine Caves - The Submerged Nobleman - The Sudden Senility - The Tankerville Club Scandal - The Tell-Tale Pigeon Feathers - The Terrifying Cats - The Three Garridebs - The Tolling Bell - The Uneasy Chair - The Unfortunate Tobacconist - The Viennese Strangler - The Waltz of Death - The White Cockerel - The White Elephant - The Wooden Claw - Thor Bridge - Wysteria Lodge
21 Episodes of THE INSIDIOUS DR. FU MANCHU
6 Episodes of THE HAND OF FU MANCHU
12 Episodes of THE RETURN OF FU MANCHU
8 Episodes of THE DAUGHTER OF FU MANCHU
15 Episodes of THE MASK OF FU MANCHU
8 Episodes of DRUMS OF FU MANCHU
14 Episodes of BRIDE OF FU MANCHU
Note: Not all of this series has survived. We present here all known episodes in the best possible quality. Not every episode is hiss or crackle-free, but unlike previously circulating versions of these shows, almost every word can be understood. It's a good series, with a Dr. Fu that sounds a good deal like Henry Brandon, true to its source material and often very suspenseful.