Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (radio series) facts for kids
|Genre||Science fiction radio serial, Aviation radio series.|
|Running time||15 minutes|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Home station||Mutual Broadcasting System|
|Announcer||Paul Douglas, Fred Uttal, Kenny Williams|
|Written by||Dick Calkins, Joe Cross, Jack Johnstone, Albert Miller, Dee Falkinburg|
|Directed by||Carlo De Angelo, Jack Johnstone|
|Original release||November 7, 1932– March 28, 1947|
|No. of episodes||860 (estimated)|
|Sponsored by||Kellogg's, Cocomalt, Cream of Wheat, Popsicles, Fudgsicles, Creamsicles|
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century was a radio drama series based on the popularity of the popular novel and comics series Buck Rogers. It aired from 1932-1936, 1939, 1940 and 1946-1947, and it was notable for being the first science fiction radio show.
- Buck Rogers: Matt Crowley, Curtis Arnall, Carl Frank, John Larkin.
- Wilma Deering: Adele Ronson
- Dr. Huer: Edgar Stehli
- Black Barney: Jack Roseleigh, Joe Granby
- Buddy: Ronald Liss
- Ardala Valmar: Elaine Melchior
- Killer Kane: William "Bill" Shelley, Dan Ocko, Arthur Vinton.
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