The Old Time Radio Superman Show
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Hosted by: Adam Graham
Phone Number: (724) 444-7444
Call ID: 11773
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Past Episodes (1030)

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Time: Duration: Title: Recordings:
01/30/2008 07:30 PM EST
14:40
Relative Stabs June Anderson in Hospital
   
01/27/2008 03:30 PM EST
15:45
Fire in Sterling Building, Girl Trapped
   
01/23/2008 07:30 PM EST
16:17
Yellow Mask Throws Lois Out of Plane
   
01/20/2008 03:30 PM EST
15:26
Yellow Mask Steals Fuel for Atomic Beam
   
01/16/2008 07:30 PM EST
17:51
Dr. Dalgrin's Atomic Beam Machine
   
01/13/2008 03:30 PM EST
15:57
The Yellow Mask
   
01/09/2008 07:30 PM EST
14:52
Locomotive Crew Freed
   
01/06/2008 03:30 PM EST
17:55
Kent Captured by Wolfe
   
01/02/2008 07:30 PM EST
16:03
Keno's Landslide
   
01/01/2008 12:00 PM EST
36:00
The Baby from Krypton/Clark Kent Reporter
   
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Reviews


Classic superheroes at their best - Reviewer: CrocNRoll 08/09/11 04:16 PM EDT
Full Comment: I just recently discovered your Superman show, and I'm really enjoying it so far. I love both old time radio programs and classic superheroes, and no superhero is more classic than Superman. I've loaded up my Nook with episodes of your show, and I listen to them whenever I have the time. I hope to eventually get caught up, so I can join you on the live broadcasts. Thank you for providing this gem of a radio show to all of us.

Adam does it again! - Reviewer: Jadeth30 08/30/10 07:13 PM EDT
Full Comment: I was already listening to Dragnet with Adam Graham as host...but now SUPERMAN TOO!!! Thanks, man, for sharing your OTR with us!

Super Show! - Reviewer: Mike L. 01/02/08 07:57 PM EST
Full Comment: Based on listening to the first episode of this series, the host sounds like he has a good working knowledge of the variations on the Superman legend throughout the decades, especially in movies, TV, and radio. The radio show itself is written for a third grade level listener, but entertaining none the less.