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All Star Western Theater - The Voot Cowboy With "Ken Curtis" Aired December 1 1946
The All Star Western Theater is an enjoyable series filled with the humor of guest stars such as Johnny Mack Brown and Smiley Burnett and in the tried and true format of The Roy Rogers Show. The words honest, sincere and un-assuming come to mind. Done live, All Star Western Theater gives the studio audience a good show, and the result is still a happy ride down memory lane. Riding out of the sunny back lots of Hollywood, All Star Western Theatre delivered Republic Western-style entertainment with chuck wagon sized doses of fine music, broad humor and guest appearances by the best of the West. The music was provided by the Riders of the Purple Sage, fronted by Foy Willing, with the help of Kenny Driver, Al Sloey and Johnny Paul.
December 1, 1946. CBS Pacific network, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. "The Voot Cowboy". Sponsored by: Weber's Bread. "Benny Dorsey" is looking for a zoot new tune, and "The Riders" are just the ones to give it to him. Ken Curtis, Monty Montana, Joe Forte, Foy Willing and The Riders Of The Purple Sage, Cottonseed Clark (announcer). 30:31. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.