Smilin' Ed's Buster Brown Gang

May 26, 1946 to November 15, 1952
27 episodes known to exist
Smilin' Ed's Buster Brown Gang was a radio show which ran from May 26, 1946 to November 15, 1952.
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May 26, 1946 - November 15, 1952
Smilin' Ed's Buster Brown Gang
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Smilin' Ed's Buster Brown Gang
May 26, 1946 - November 15, 1952
27 episodes known to exist
Host: "Smilin' Ed" McConnell
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May 26, 1946 
Pagathus, the Winged Horse 
Lou Merrill, June Foray, Joe Fields, Ken Christy, Wendle Noble, Tommy Cook, Conrad Binyon, Tommy Bernard. 
28:30 

 
 
July 27, 1946 
The Story of Knights 
Lou Merrill, June Foray, Joe Fields, Ken Christy, Wendle Noble, Tommy Cook, Conrad Binyon, Tommy Bernard. 
28:30 

 
 
March 15, 1947 
Little Neba, Daughter of Royal Cat Keeper 
Lou Merrill, June Foray, Joe Fields, Ken Christy, Wendle Noble, Tommy Cook, Conrad Binyon, Tommy Bernard. 
28:30 

 
 
August 9, 1947 
Young Detective to Be 
Lou Merrill, June Foray, Joe Fields, Ken Christy, Wendle Noble, Tommy Cook, Conrad Binyon, Tommy Bernard. 
28:30 

 
 
August 30, 1947 
Juan, a Young Caribe Indian 
 
30:00 

 
 
November 19, 1947 
Robin Hood 
 
30:00 

 
 
December 13, 1947 
A Plane Called Yankee Doodle 
Lou Merrill, June Foray, Joe Fields, Ken Christy, Wendle Noble, Tommy Cook, Conrad Binyon, Tommy Bernard. 
28:30 

 
 
May 15, 1948 
Pirate Show 
Lou Merrill, June Foray, Joe Fields, Ken Christy, Wendle Noble, Tommy Cook, Conrad Binyon, Tommy Bernard. 
30:00 

 
 
January 15, 1949 
The Enchanted King 
 
29:30 

 
 
February 26, 1949 
Kulah's Brother Is Missing 
 
29:30 

 
 
March 5, 1949 
Alamo, the Race Horse 
 
29:10 

 
 
April 30, 1949 
A Wolf Named Fang 
 
29:30 

 
 
August 13, 1949 
Robin Hood Helps a Young Knight 
 
29:30 

 
 
March 4, 1950 
Little Fox 
Lou Merrill, June Foray, Joe Fields, Ken Christy, Wendle Noble, Tommy Cook, Conrad Binyon, Tommy Bernard. 
28:30 

 
 
August 23, 1952 
Zaca and the Mutiny 
 
29:30 

 
 
August 30, 1952 
The Goddess Statue 
 
30:00 

 
 
September 6, 1952 
The Melon Patch Murdering Knight 
 
30:00 

 
 
September 13, 1952 
Little Fox's Moose Hunt 
 
30:00 

 
 
September 20, 1952 
The Enchanted South Wind 
 
30:00 

 
 
September 27, 1952 
The Monkey Gods Murder 
 
30:00 

 
 
October 4, 1952 
The Boy Who Wouldn't Obey 
 
30:00 

 
 
October 11, 1952 
The Whistling Rock 
 
29:59 

 
 
October 18, 1952 
The Chinese War Lord 
 
29:59 

 
 
October 25, 1952 
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow 
Halloween Program 
29:38 

 
 
November 1, 1952 
The Maharajah's Ruby 
 
29:27 

 
 
November 8, 1952 
Food For the Winter 
 
29:32 

 
 
November 15, 1952 
The Baby Pharaoh 
 
29:36 

 
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