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The Six Shooter

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James Stewart takes to the saddle as drifting cowboy Britt Ponset in forty, 30 minute-long western radio shows.

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Description

Compass Classroom is delighted to present The Six Shooter to enhance Dave Raymond’s American History curriculum or as a standalone resource for your homeschool.

Each of these 40 shows introduces a character that your family will grow to love, such as James Stewart’s character Britt Ponset, who plays Hamlet in a traveling stage show, runs for mayor and sheriff at the same time, and gets involved in a Western version of the Cinderella story.

The Six Shooter was a series of radio dramas created by Frank Burth and produced by NBC from 1953-1954. The series sought to maintain interest in adventure radio by casting a major Hollywood star in the lead role.

Included in this download:

  • 40 30-minute MP3 files tagged for use in iTunes or similar music database

Additional information

Format

Download

Contents

40 Dramatizations

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FAQs

INSTALLATION

Access the materials at “Downloadable Products” in your Compass Classroom store account, and unzip the file to a location on your hard drive.

Once the files are unzipped, you can play the files directly on your computer. Alternatively, you can upload the files to any device which will play .mp3s. If you use iTunes or a similar music database program, you can drag the unzipped folders to the program icon and they will organize automatically by disc, which corresponds to lesson in the curriculum.

These audio files were obtained in the public domain and are provided as-is. If you have questions, get help at https://www.compassclassroom.com/contact.

Episode List

  1. Audition Program, recorded but not aired July 15, 1953.
  2. Jenny, originally broadcast September 20, 1953.
  3. The Coward, originally broadcast September 27, 1953.
  4. The Stampede, originally broadcast October 4, 1953.
  5. Silver Annie, originally broadcast October 11, 1953.
  6. Rink Larkin, originally broadcast October 18, 1953
  7. Red Lawson’s Revenge, originally broadcast October 25, 1953.
  8. Ben Scofield, originally broadcast November 1, 1953.
  9. The Capture of Stacy Gault, originally broadcast November 8, 1953.
  10. Escape from Smoke Falls, originally broadcast November 15, 1953.
  11. Gabriel Starbuck, originally broadcast November 22, 1953.
  12. Sheriff Billy, originally broadcast November 29, 1953.
  13. A Pressing Engagement, originally broadcast December 6, 1953.
  14. More Than Kin, originally broadcast December 13, 1953.
  15. Britt Ponset’s Christmas Carol, originally broadcast December 20, 1953.
  16. Cora Plummer Quincy, originally broadcast December 27, 1953.
  17. A Friend in Need, originally broadcast January 3, 1954.
  18. Hiram’s Goldstrike, originally broadcast January 10, 1954.
  19. The Silver Buckle, originally broadcast January 17, 1954.
  20. Helen Bricker, originally broadcast January 24, 1954.
  21. Trail to Sunset, originally broadcast January 31, 1954.
  22. Apron-Faced Sorrel, originally broadcast February 7, 1954.
  23. Quiet City, originally broadcast February 14, 1954.
  24. Battle at Tower Rock, originally broadcast February 21, 1954.
  25. Cheyenne Express, originally broadcast March 7, 1954.
  26. Thicker Than Water, originally broadcast March 14, 1954.
  27. Duel at Lockwood, originally broadcast March 21, 1954.
  28. Aunt Em, originally broadcast April 1, 1954.
  29. General Gillford’s Widow, originally broadcast April 8, 1954.
  30. Crises at Easter Creek, originally broadcast April 15, 1954.
  31. Johnny Stringer, originally broadcast April 22, 1954.
  32. Revenge at Harness Creek, originally broadcast April 29, 1954.
  33. Anna Norquest, originally broadcast May 6, 1954.
  34. The Double Seven, originally broadcast May 13, 1954.
  35. The Shooting of Wyatt King, originally broadcast May 20, 1954.
  36. Blood Relations, originally broadcast May 27, 1954.
  37. Silver Threads, originally broadcast June 3, 1954.
  38. The New Sheriff, originally broadcast June 10, 1954.
  39. When The Shoe Doesn’t Fit, originally broadcast June 17, 1954.
  40. Myra Barker, originally broadcast June 24, 1954.

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