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SERGEANT PRESTON OF THE YUKON Volume 2

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OLD TIME RADIO - 60 Radio Shows - 12 Audio CD - Total Playtime: 14:26:06

Challenge of the Yukon was a radio series that began on Detroit's station WXYZ (as had The Lone Ranger and The Green Hornet), and an example of a Northern genre story. The series was first heard on February 3, 1938. The title changed from Challenge of the Yukon to Sergeant Preston of the Yukon in November 1951, and remained under that name through the end of the series and into television.The program was an adventure series about Sergeant William Preston of the Northwest Mounted Police and his lead sled dog, Yukon King, as they fought evildoers in the Northern wilderness during the Gold Rush of the 1890s. Preston, according to radio historian Jim Harmon, first joined the Mounties to capture his father's killer, and when he was successful he was promoted to Sergeant. Preston worked under the command of Inspector Conrad, and in the early years was often assisted by a French-Canadian guide named Pierre.Preston's staunchest ally, who was arguably the true star of the show and indeed often did more work than he did, was the brave Alaskan husky, Yukon King. Typical plots involved the pair helping injured trappers, tracking down smugglers, or saving cabin dwellers from wolverines. Sgt. Preston's faithful steed was Rex, used primarily in the summer months, but generally Yukon King and his dog team were the key mode of transportation (as signalled by Preston's cry of "On, King! On, you huskies!."

Sgt. Preston- The part of Sgt. Preston was played by different actors over the course of the long run. Jay Michael, who had often played villain Butch Cavendish on The Lone Ranger, originated the role, and played the brave Mountie from 1938 through the mid 1940s. Former movie actor Paul Sutton took over the role, followed briefly by Brace Beemer when The Lone Ranger ended in 1954. Sutton took over again, however, by the time of the final broadcast. Sgt. Preston- The part of Sgt. Preston was played by different actors over the course of the long run. Jay Michael, who had often played villain Butch Cavendish on The Lone Ranger, originated the role, and played the brave Mountie from 1938 through the mid 1940s. Former movie actor Paul Sutton took over the role, followed briefly by Brace Beemer when The Lone Ranger ended in 1954. Sutton took over again, however, by the time of the final broadcast.

SHOWS LIST


DISC 1
44-09-14 Death and the Flickering Eye
44-09-21 A Masquerade
44-09-28 Eyes for the Blind
44-10-12 King Saves the Day
44-10-19 Suzanne Verrill
DISC 2
44-10-26 Case History of a Mountie
44-11-02 Seahorse Citys Editor
44-11-09 King Found the Clue
44-11-16 Florabelles Adventure
44-11-23 Paula Buchanan
DISC 3
44-11-30 King Meets a Grizzly
44-12-07 Trial by Fire
44-12-14 One Went to the Gallows
44-12-21 How Connelly Paid the Law
44-12-28 Prestons Dilemma
DISC 4
45-01-04 Trap for a Mountie
45-01-13 Manhunt
45-01-18 Murder on the Trail
45-01-25 The Fugitives
45-01-30 King Led the Way
DISC 5
45-02-06 An Unlucky Gambler
45-02-13 Guilty by Proxy
45-02-20 Wilderness Girl
45-02-27 Glynns Canyon
45-03-06 Trail Scent
DISC 6
45-03-13 The Dog-Head Nugget
45-03-20 Silver Point Renegades
45-03-27 Landslide
45-04-03 Blizzard in the Yukon
45-04-10 Back Door of the Mountain
DISC 7
45-04-24 Her Weight in Gold
45-05-01 Spawn of the North
45-05-08 The Dog Team Race
45-05-15 God of the Mountain
45-05-22 A Boy and a Dog
DISC 8
45-05-29 Ambush
45-06-05 Trap Robber
45-06-12 Medicine Man
45-06-19 Thunder
45-06-26 Recovered Claim
DISC 9
45-07-03 Old Tom
45-07-10 The Brass Button
45-07-17 Escape
45-07-24 Skipper
45-07-31 The Chase
DISC 10
45-08-07 The Map
45-08-14 Arctic Chase
45-08-21 Maw Bakers Pies
45-08-28 Magnanimous Ghost
45-09-04 Bear Trap
DISC 11
45-09-11 Alibi
45-09-18 Big Bill
45-09-25 The Red Mitten
45-10-02 Chechako
45-10-09 The Black Bear
DISC 12
45-10-16 Scorpion Sams Gold
45-10-23 Dynamite Provides
45-10-30 The Trail
45-11-06 The Last Laugh
45-11-13 The Irish Wolf Hound
 

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