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Terry and the Pirates_41-11-17_(031)_Terry Connie and Pat (Terry and the Pirates_41-11-17_(031)_Terry Connie and Pat.mp3)
Jan 28, 2024 · 13m 46s

Terry and the Pirates was an American radio serial adapted from the comic strip of the same name created in 1934 by Milton Caniff. With storylines of action, high adventure...

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Terry and the Pirates was an American radio serial adapted from the comic strip of the same name created in 1934 by Milton Caniff. With storylines of action, high adventure and foreign intrigue, the popular radio series enthralled listeners from 1937 through 1948. With scripts by Albert Barker, George Lowther and others, the program's directors included Cyril Armbrister, Wylie Adams, and Marty Andrews. The central character, Terry Lee, was portrayed at various times by Jackie Kelk, Cliff Carpenter, Owen Jordan, and Bill Fein.

The radio series was first broadcast on NBC Red Network on November 1, 1937. It was sponsored by Dari-Rich, a dairy company, and aired three times a week at 5:15pm. The series switched to NBC Blue Network on September 26, 1938, continuing until March 22, 1939. Absent from the airwaves for over two years, it returned shortly before the Attack on Pearl Harbor, heard in the Midwestern United States on the Chicago Tribune's WGN.

Terry and the Pirates was a popular show, and it was one of the first radio series to feature a strong female character in the form of Connie "Pat" Ryan. The show was also known for its realistic sound effects, which were created by sound engineer Fred Waring.

The radio series came to an end in 1948, but it continues to be remembered fondly by fans of old-time radio.

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