Roy Rogers and Dale Evans – Jesus loves the little children

From the Golden 78, released circa 1955.



Rootie Kazootie and Gala Poochie

With Betty Jane Tyler, Frank Milano and voices of Rootie Kazootie TV show. With Mitchell Miller and Orchestra. From circa 1954.


Robert the Robot

From the Cricket 45, released circa 1956.


Ralph Nyland and Gilbert Mack – Come to the barn dance

With The Sandpipers, Mitchell Miller And Orchestra. From the Golden 78, released circa 1951.


Raggedy Ann and Andy – World

From the Kid Stuff LP “Raggedy Ann and Andy Happiness Album”, released circa 1981. Produced by John Braden.


Molly Bee – I saw mommy kissing Santa Claus

Label: Capitol Records ?– 32131
Format: Shellac, 10″, 78 RPM
Country: US
Released: 1952
Genre: Pop

A I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus
B Where DId My Snowman Go?


Michael Reed – Over the rainbow

From the Peter Pan 78, released circa 1954.


Lone Ranger – 4 exciting stories

In 1978 Peter Pan Records released an LP of four newly recorded audio adventures. Each was approximately 10 minutes in length and narrated by the Lone Ranger.

1. Ambush at Bryant’s Gap – Six Texas Rangers led by Captain Dan Reid meet a miner named Collins while pursuing Butch Cavendish and his gang. Collins leads the Rangers into an ambush leaving all but one of the Rangers dead. The survivor is found by Tonto and becomes the Lone Ranger.

2. Rope Justice – In the town of Pandale Hunk MacNiel is being held on suspicion on murder and bank robbery. A lynch mob is threatening to take the law into their own hands until the Lone Ranger and Tonto arrive to calm down the crowd. Hunk claims he was framed by two men called “Big Mike” and “The Whistler.” The Lone Ranger and Tonto set out to find the real crooks and prove Hunk’s innocense.

3. Stampede – The Lone Ranger and Tonto meet a ranch hand named Tex who works for Cal Peters and his daughter, Linda. When the Peters’ herd is stampeded by renegade indians, Tex is injured so the Ranger and Tonto offer to work in his place. Linda Peters doesn’t believe indians are to blame. She thinks rival rancher Matt Matthews has something to do with the stampede.

4. Ace’s Wild – Jed Collum’s father has a gambling problem. While Jed is repairing a shoe on Silver, his father loses their blacksmith shop to Ace Fountain. Ace already owns almost everything else in town. The Lone Ranger comes up with a plan to get the Collum’s shop back, but it suprised to find Ace Fountain to be an older gentleman confined to a wheelchair.


Junior Hootenanny

From the 1960s. Pretty much a collection of random songs thrown together from different sources. Includes the songs “Ring De Banjo”, “Shenandoah”, “Wait For The Wagon”, “Goober Peas”, “On The Banks Of The Wabash”, “Chicken In The Bread Pan”, “Irene Good Night, “Sweet Betsy From Pike”, “She’ll Be Comin’ Round The Mountain”, Oh Dear What Can The Matter Be” and “When The Saints Go Marching In”.


Irwin the Dynamic Duck’s – Big hits dance party

From the Peter Pan LP, released in 1980.

Includes the songs

“Escape (The Pina Colada Song).
“Don’t Fall In Love With A Dreamer”,
“I Pledge My Love”,
“I Don’t Want To Walk Without You”,
“Hurt So Bad”.