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Vic and Sade was an American radio program created and written by Paul Rhymer. It was regularly broadcast on radio from 1932 to 1944, then intermittently until 1946, and was briefly adapted to television in 1949 and again in 1957.

During its 14-year run on radio, Vic and Sade became one of the most popular series of its kind, earning critical and popular success: according to Time, Vic and Sade had 7,000,000 devoted listeners in 1943. For the majority of its span on the air, Vic and Sade was heard in 15-minute episodes without a continuing storyline. The central characters, known as "radio's home folks," were accountant Victor Rodney Gook ([Art Van Harvey][1]), his wife Sade (Bernadine Flynn) and their adopted son Rush (Bill Idelson). The three lived on Virginia Avenue in "the small house halfway up in the next block." The program was presented with a low-key ease and naturalness, and Rhymer's humorous dialogue was delivered with a subtleness that made even the most outrageous events seem commonplace and normal.

Dates and Format:


June 29, 1932 to September 29, 1944 15 minutes daily
August 21, 1945 to December 7, 1945 15 minutes daily
June 27, 1946 to October 26, 1946 30 minutes weekly
July 11 to July 25, 1949 three half-hour television episodes as part of Colgate Theatre, Monday nights.
c. spring 1957 seven 15-minute television episodes for WNBQ, Thursday nights.
ic and Sade was first heard over NBC's Blue network in 1932 and originated in Chicago. At the height of its popularity, it was broadcast over all three major networks and as many as six times a day.


Overview

Vic and Sade was written by the prodigious Paul Rhymer for the entire length of its long run. The principal characters were a married couple living in "the small house halfway up in the next block." After the first weeks in production an extra character, an adopted son, was added to the show, and it was in this format, with only three characters, that the program thrived for the next eight years and won many awards for the writer, actors and sponsor.

In 1940, the actor who played Vic, Art Van Harvey, became ill, and Sade's Uncle Fletcher (Clarence Hartzell) was added to the cast to fill the place of the missing male lead. When Van Harvey recovered his health, Uncle Fletcher was kept on as a fourth character.

During World War II, the actor who played Rush, Bill Idelson, was called into military service, and he left the show. The spring months of 1943 were a tumultuous period, but eventually a second son figure, Russell Miller (David Whitehouse), was brought in, and the program continued as it always had. The show faltered somewhat with Whitehouse, who sounded as if he was reading his lines aloud in school. Idelson later returned as Rush.

Paul Rhymer frequently gave each of the principals a day off, by confining his scripts to only two of the main characters. Vic and Sade would discuss a domestic problem while Rush was in school; Sade and Rush would review the day's events while Vic was still at the office; Vic and Rush would tackle some project while Sade was out shopping. Several episodes deliberately make no forward progress whatever, as the cast introduces the episode's premise but gets bogged down in endless details, not resolving the story at all!

Vic and Sade was technically a "soap opera," in time slots slanted toward an audience of housewives, and sponsored by food items and cleaning products. Rhymer evidently felt some pressure from the sponsor's advertising agencies to include more romance and human interaction into his scripts, like the other daytime dramas on the air. Rhymer complied in his own dry way, by adding ridiculous touches (his romantic lead, Dwight Twentysixler, always speaks with his "mouth full of shingle nails"!) and oddball characters (Orville Wheeney, the slow-witted gas-meter man; Jimmy Custard, the crochety town official who never quite makes clear what he does; Mr. Sprawl, the frail old man who dotes on "peanuts with chocolate smeared on the outsides").

Vic and Sade went off the air September 29, 1944 but was brought back several times. In 1945, the cast was augmented to include many characters who were previously only talked about. In 1946 it was a summer replacement series, now in a half-hour format and played in front of a live studio audience. Later that year it became a sustaining (unsponsored) feature on the Mutual network.

In 1949 three television episodes were made (with only Bernadine Flynn remaining from the original cast), using an elaborate set that included the whole house as well as the front and back yards. In 1957 Vic and Sade ran for seven weeks as a television series but returned to the original three-character format, with Art Van Harvey back as Vic.

The show's strength and appeal stem from its author's unique outlook on the world, his peculiar sense of humor, and his ability to create a universe of people, places and fascinating situations out of exiguous material.

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EPISODES LIST

Vic and Sade 37-05-28 Decoration Day Parade
Vic and Sade 37-06-04 Sades Trip to Dwight
Vic and Sade 37-11-28 Congress and the Supreme Court
Vic and Sade 38-03-03 Official Host
Vic and Sade 38-11-30 Vics New Hat
Vic and Sade 39-01-02 Lodge Regalia Out on Loan
Vic and Sade 39-01-16 Flower Garden Arranger
Vic and Sade 39-03-08 Mr Ericksons House Repairs
Vic and Sade 39-04-03 Speaking Acquaintances
Vic and Sade 39-04-25 Rotten Davis Telephones
Vic and Sade 39-04-26 Sades New Luggage
Vic and Sade 39-05-11 The Davises Are Asleep Upstairs
Vic and Sade 39-06-01 Grandpa Snyders Christmas Cards
Vic and Sade 39-06-05 YY Flirch Tries to Call
Vic and Sade 39-06-13 A Porch Collapses
Vic and Sade 39-07-05 Two Tons of Coal
Vic and Sade 39-08-30 Preselected School Clothes
Vic and Sade 39-08-xx (x) Vics Geographical Trip
Vic and Sade 39-09-06 Office Work at Home Magnifying Glass
Vic and Sade 39-09-22 Wildflowers
Vic and Sade 39-09-XX Rush Tenders His Resignations
Vic and Sade 39-10-06 Double Feature in Hopewood
Vic and Sade 39-10-30 Five Christmas Card Salesmen
Vic and Sade 39-10-31 Blue-tooth Under the Davenport
Vic and Sade 39-10-xx (x) Rush I Hereby Resign From
Vic and Sade 39-11-06 Charleys Fish Snapshot
Vic and Sade 39-11-07 Smelly Makes a Speech
Vic and Sade 39-11-14 Tearing Down a Three-storey Brick Building
Vic and Sade 39-11-21 Smelly Clarks Christmas Presents
Vic and Sade 39-12-XX Rush Is Getting on in Years
Vic and Sade 39-12-XX Sade Volunteers Rush for a Pageant
Vic and Sade 39-12-XX Vics Christmas Card List
Vic and Sade 39-XX-XX Mr Gumpox Offers Sade a Stall
Vic and Sade 39-XX-XX Vics Geographical Trip
Vic and Sade 40-01-02 Painted Portrait of Big Dipper
Vic and Sade 40-01-09 Sade Muses on Her Friendship with Mis Scott
Vic and Sade 40-01-12 Vegetable Garden
Vic and Sade 40-01-19 Gumpox Vic and Sade Donahue
Vic and Sade 40-01-22 RJ Konks Improved Portrait
Vic and Sade 40-01-24 YY Flirch Elected Best Looking Man
Vic and Sade 40-02-02 Mr Donahue Gets a Promotion
Vic and Sade 40-02-20 Rushs Good Looks
Vic and Sade 40-02-27 Deep Currents of School Life
Vic and Sade 40-03-19 A Letter From Aunt Bess - Grocery List
Vic and Sade 40-03-25 Smelly Clarks Big Date
Vic and Sade 40-03-27 Vic Fakes the Cornet
Vic and Sade 40-03-29 No Trip to Chicago
Vic and Sade 40-04-04 Rush Makes a Call on a Girl
Vic and Sade 40-04-08 Can Blue-tooth Sue the Bijou
Vic and Sade 40-04-10 Nicer to Sleep over for Two Weeks
Vic and Sade 40-04-15 Miltons Dirt in Fruit Jars
Vic and sade 40-04-17 Vics Heart-shaped Face
Vic and Sade 40-05-03 Engine Cab Ride to Chicago
Vic and Sade 40-05-06 Working on Hank Gutstops Debts
Vic and Sade 40-05-15 Vics Picture Not In Quarterly
Vic and Sade 40-05-27 Mis Scott Getting Too Chummy
Vic and Sade 40-05-29 Nicer the Goader
Vic and Sade 40-06-02 Mr Chinbunny Wants to Smoke Cigars
Vic and Sade 40-06-13 Hank Gutstop is Healthy
Vic and Sade 40-06-14 Last Day of School
Vic and Sade 40-06-17 Mr Sludge to Sleep Overnight
Vic and Sade 40-06-18 June Christmas Card Pressure
Vic and Sade 40-06-19 Vics Wide Brimmed Hat
Vic and Sade 40-06-21 The Royal Throne Barbershop
Vic and Sade 40-06-24 Mr Gumpox Blows Kisses
Vic and Sade 40-07-01 Ruthie Has Secrets
Vic and Sade 40-07-04 Mr Sludge Calls His Mother
Vic and Sade 40-07-13 Short Bio of Little Dipper
Vic and Sade 40-07-22 Mr Donahue Asks for a Demotion
Vic and Sade 40-07-23 Razorscums Photograph Album
Vic and Sade 40-08-14 Bacon Sandwiches
Vic and Sade 40-09-xx (x) Mr. Sludge Grows A Moustache
Vic and Sade 40-09-XX Sleepers Beware Rush
Vic and Sade 40-10-27 Hot Soup
Vic and Sade 40-10-xx (x) Shake Hands With R.J. Konk
Vic and Sade 40-11-19 Man Caught in a Revolving Door
Vic and Sade 40-12-17 A Bijou Lifetime Pass
Vic and Sade 40-12-23 A Letter From Aunt Bess
Vic and Sade 40-12-31 Howard Has a New Harness
Vic and Sade 40-XX-XX A Letter To Walter
Vic and Sade 40-XX-XX Applerot Shoves Sade Around
Vic and Sade 40-XX-XX H K Fleebers 48 Teeth
Vic and Sade 40-XX-XX Hanks Two-hundred Dollar Wardrobe
Vic and Sade 40-XX-XX Ice Cream and Salted Peanuts at Midnight
Vic and Sade 40-XX-XX Mr Sludge Grows a Moustache
Vic and Sade 40-XX-XX Shake Hands with R J Konk
Vic and Sade 40-xx-xx Speaking Aqauintances
Vic and Sade 40-XX-XX Too Many Faces in the Windows
Vic and Sade 40-XX-XX Vics Photograph With RJ Konk
Vic and Sade 41-01-15 Beautiful, Beautiful Wallpaper
Vic and Sade 41-01-21 Death of Bernice
Vic and Sade 41-01-22 (x) A Very Pleasant Noon Hour
Vic and Sade 41-01-23 The All-Star Marching Team
Vic and Sade 41-01-24 Mr Ruebush Has to Wait
Vic and Sade 41-01-25 Beautiful Beautiful Wallpaper
Vic and Sade 41-02-03 Wallpapering at Midnight
Vic and Sade 41-02-07 Landladys Photos
Vic and Sade 41-02-11 Fred Considers Joining the Lodge
Vic and Sade 41-02-16 A Manual For Wives of Sky Brothers
Vic and Sade 41-02-24 Uncle Fletcher To Meet One OClock Train
Vic and Sade 41-02-25 Ladies Auxiliary Marching Team
Vic and Sade 41-03-04 (x) Vic Wins Broad Brimmed Hat
Vic and Sade 41-03-14 Marching Team Pictures
Vic and Sade 41-03-18 Mis Keller to Join the Thimble Club
Vic and Sade 41-03-25 Muddled Shopping Money
Vic and Sade 41-03-27 Hanks Weather Service
Vic and Sade 41-03-31 Rush Wants His Interest
Vic and Sade 41-03-XX Company Coming, 13 People
Vic and Sade 41-04-04 Mr Breeps Birthday Dinner
Vic and Sade 41-04-23 Sweet Dreams Mr Donahue
Vic and Sade 41-04-xx (x) 40 Pounds of Golf Clubs
Vic and Sade 41-04-xx (x) Company Coming, 13 People
Vic and Sade 41-04-XX Five Dollars For Shopping
Vic and Sade 41-04-XX Forty Pounds of Golf Clubs
Vic and Sade 41-04-XX Fourteen Days in Grovelman
Vic and Sade 41-04-XX Vic Wins a Broad-brimmed Hat
Vic and Sade 41-05-02 Vics Picture on Quarterly Cover
Vic and Sade 41-05-08 Mr Erickson Gives the House as a Gift
Vic and Sade 41-05-12 Exalted Big Dipper Day
Vic and Sade 41-05-13 Souvenirs and Mementos
Vic and Sade 41-05-16 Door Stops
Vic and Sade 41-05-21 The Key Collection
Vic and Sade 41-05-30 Five Men from Maine
Vic and Sade 41-05-xx (x) 14 Days in Grovelman SC
Vic and Sade 41-05-xx (x) Rush, Bulletin Board Monitor
Vic and Sade 41-06-01 (x) Uncle Fletcher Calls Long Distance
Vic and Sade 41-06-03 Hammock
Vic and Sade 41-06-03 The Hammock
Vic and Sade 41-06-04 Grand Old Lodge Lady
Vic and Sade 41-06-09 Letter Writing Plot
Vic and Sade 41-06-30 Whos Who In Kitchenware
Vic and Sade 41-07-01 Uncle Fletchers Easy Chair
Vic and Sade 41-07-xx (x) Freds Concrete Partition
Vic and Sade 41-08-26 A Man In The House
Vic and Sade 41-09-09 Christmas Presents For The Boss
Vic and Sade 41-09-17 Uncle Fletcher Cleans House
Vic and Sade 41-09-25 Bright Kentucky Hotel Speaker
Vic and Sade 41-09-29 Bright Kentucky Hotel Speaker
Vic and Sade 41-10-08 Sades Surprise Gift Washrags
Vic and Sade 41-10-09 Its Algebra Uncle Fletcher
Vic and Sade 41-10-14 (x) Vic Declines Cornet Lessons
Vic and Sade 41-10-27 Freds Tires
Vic and Sade 41-10-29 Cornet Lessons
Vic and Sade 41-10-31 Broken Alarm Clocks
Vic and Sade 41-11-04 Sades Surprise Gift Slippers
Vic and Sade 41-11-05 Vics Christmas Gift List
Vic and Sade 41-11-20 A Miserable Object of Public Ridicule
Vic and Sade 41-11-xx (x) No Hookey For Vic & Rush
Vic and Sade 41-11-xx (x) Strictly Business Xmas Loan
Vic and Sade 41-11-XX Car Ride To Chenoa
Vic and Sade 41-11-XX Playing Hooky
Vic and Sade 41-12-01 (x) Vics Trip to Plant Number 17
Vic and Sade 41-12-01 Winnie and her man
Vic and Sade 41-12-08 The Bottom Buffet Drawer
Vic and Sade 41-12-12 Christmas Shopping for Mr Buller
Vic and Sade 41-12-25 North Dakota River Bottom Revel
Vic and Sade 41-12-xx (x) Left and Right Handed Stacey Yopp
Vic and Sade 41-12-XX Christmas Present Money
Vic and Sade 41-12-xx Mr Chinbunny Eats Ice Cream
Vic and Sade 41-12-XX Stacey Yop and Doctor Sockers
Vic and Sade 41-12-xx Uncle Fletchers Train Trip to Dixon
Vic and Sade 41-12-xx Washrag Collection
Vic and Sade 41-XX-XX Crowded Car Ride
Vic and Sade 41-XX-XX Freds Concrete Partition
Vic and Sade 41-XX-XX Icebergs in Illinois
Vic and Sade 41-XX-XX Left and Right Handed Stacey Yopp
Vic and Sade 41-XX-XX No Hookey for Vic and Rush
Vic and Sade 41-XX-XX Rush, Bulletin Board Monitor
Vic and Sade 41-XX-XX Strictly Business Christmas Loan
Vic and Sade 41-XX-XX Uncle Fletcher Calls Long Distance
Vic and Sade 41-XX-XX Uncle Fletcher Wants Mementos Stored
Vic and Sade 41-XX-XX Uncle Fletchers Trip to Dixon
Vic and Sade 42-02-01 (x) Donahues Doorbell
Vic and Sade 42-02-11 Fred Will Budget For Vic
Vic and Sade 42-02-13 The Prize Clock
Vic and Sade 42-02-17 Hank Gutstop Hostess
Vic and Sade 42-02-18 Edith Suggins Visit
Vic and Sade 42-02-19 Uncle Fletchers Room is Being Painted
Vic and Sade 42-02-24 Rawhide Shoestrings
Vic and Sade 42-02-25 Donahues Doorbell
Vic and Sade 42-02-26 First to Put up the Porch Swing
Vic and Sade 42-03-03 Accounting for Spondulicks
Vic and Sade 42-03-04 The Room Warming
Vic and Sade 42-03-06 Tornado Gook
Vic and Sade 42-03-09 A Letter from Aunt Bess Uncle Fletcher
Vic and Sade 42-03-12 Little Tiny Petite Pheasant Feather Tea Shoppy
Vic and Sade 42-03-XX Mis Appelrots Petition
Vic and Sade 42-04-06 The Scrap Drive
Vic and Sade 42-04-20 Gravy Boat
Vic and Sade 42-05-15 Mentioned in Dispatches
Vic and Sade 42-05-xx (x) Trip to Carberry
Vic and Sade 42-06-08 A Letter from Aunt Bess Sleepy
Vic and Sade 42-07-12 Lodge Regalia
Vic and Sade 42-07-16 A Gross Of Gravels
Vic and Sade 42-07-xx (x) Thunderstorm
Vic and Sade 42-08-06 Sades Christmas Cards
Vic and Sade 42-08-09 Rush Treats Sade to the Movies
Vic and Sade 42-08-18 Cleaning the Attic
Vic and Sade 42-08-20 Telephone Call From The Hinks
Vic and Sade 42-08-24 Rushs School Clothes
Vic and Sade 42-09-14 Sade and Ruthie Come Out Even b
Vic and Sade 42-09-15 The Silent March
Vic and Sade 42-10-01 Cherry Phosphates
Vic and Sade 42-10-12 Mayor Wants to Joins the Lodge
Vic and Sade 42-10-20 Freds Concrete Floor
Vic and Sade 42-10-27 Christmas Suggestions for the Boss
Vic and Sade 42-11-20 Smelly Cuts Rushs Hair
Vic and Sade 42-12-07 Miss Neagel Tears Up Lee Street
Vic and Sade 42-XX-XX Going to Carberry
Vic and Sade 42-XX-XX Lodge Speech Rehearsal
Vic and Sade 42-XX-XX Mr Chinbunny Eats Ice Cream
Vic and Sade 42-XX-XX The Thunderstorm
Vic and Sade 42-XX-XX Uncle Fletchers Train Trip to Dixon
Vic and Sade 42-XX-XX Vics Inspection Tour
Vic and Sade 42-XX-XX Washrag Collection
Vic and Sade 43-01-04 Honorary Titles
Vic and Sade 43-01-07 Fred Considers Joining the Lodge
Vic and Sade 43-01-23 Robert and Slobert Call Long Distance
Vic and Sade 43-02-15 Dotties Letter From Chuck
Vic and Sade 43-02-16 Leland Richards is Coming
Vic and Sade 43-02-17 Leland Richards is Homesick
Vic and Sade 43-03-05 Vic Entertains Dottie
Vic and Sade 43-03-10 Chuck and Dottie Wash Dishes
Vic and Sade 43-03-18 Appelrot Picks on Dottie
Vic and Sade 43-03-31 Brainfeebles House Warming
Vic and Sade 43-04-12 Dotties New Dress
Vic and Sade 43-06-08 Front Porch Swing
Vic and Sade 43-07-12 Gumpoxs Lodge Regalia
Vic and Sade 43-07-23 Changes to the Regalia
Vic and Sade 43-08-20 Picking Up Vic in Freds Car
Vic and Sade 43-08-xx (x) Russ Miller Con Artist
Vic and Sade 43-09-20 Fifty Photos of Vic
Vic and Sade 43-09-XX Russell Tenders His Resignations
Vic and Sade 43-10-01 A Letter From Aunt Bess Sewing Buttons
Vic and Sade 43-10-11 Victor R Gook Fontonelle
Vic and Sade 43-10-26 Honorary Lodge Member
Vic and Sade 43-10-27 Thimble Club Meeting
Vic and Sade 43-11-03 Watch Fob Collection
Vic and Sade 43-11-08 Essay on Birds
Vic and Sade 43-11-10 Eight Million Jobs
Vic and Sade 43-11-11 Stingyberry Jam
Vic and Sade 43-11-12 Uncle Fletchers Packing Problems
Vic and Sade 43-11-15 Ike Kneesuffers Snapshots
Vic and Sade 43-11-19 Carribean Dream Flute
Vic and Sade 43-11-26 Christmas Suggestions for the Boss
Vic and Sade 43-11-29 A Garbage Wagon Pass
Vic and Sade 43-11-30 Sweet Esther Wisconsin
Vic and Sade 43-12-02 Cleaning the Bookcase
Vic and Sade 43-12-15 The Color of Gumpoxs Eyes
Vic and Sade 43-12-27 Invoice Preparations
Vic and Sade 43-XX-XX Russ Miller Con Artist
Vic and Sade 44-01-24 Vic Sleeping On the Couch
Vic and Sade 44-01-25 Missouri State Home for the Tall
Vic and Sade 44-02-03 Sixty Pairs of Pants
Vic and Sade 44-02-04 Sleepers Beware - Russell
Vic and Sade 44-02-25 The History of Plant Number Fourteen
Vic and Sade 44-03-01 Hank Gutstop Throws a Party
Vic and Sade 44-03-07 Hank Gutstops Proposition
Vic and Sade 44-03-17 Vics Cancelled Trip
Vic and Sade 44-03-20 Mysterious Skulkers
Vic and Sade 44-04-03 Ted Stembottom
Vic and Sade 44-04-05 Hyena Grease
Vic and Sade 44-04-07 The Solo March
Vic and Sade 44-04-19 BB Baugh and the New Dentist
Vic and Sade 44-05-01 Lodge Holiday Visits
Vic and Sade 44-05-30 Lolita di Rienzis Suggestion
Vic and Sade 44-06-02 Mr Chinbunny Wants to Smoke Cigars Russell
Vic and Sade 44-06-07 Elk Skin Shoelaces
Vic and Sade 44-06-07 Elkskin Shoe Laces
Vic and Sade 44-06-09 The Lunges Are Coming
Vic and Sade 44-06-12 Professor Russell
Vic and Sade 44-06-13 Prettiest Eye Contest
Vic and Sade 44-06-14 Deadmans Trick
Vic and Sade 44-06-15 A Letter from Aunt Bess - Listen Please
Vic and Sade 44-06-16 Piercing Blue Eyes
Vic and Sade 44-06-19 Five-hundred Bijou Tickets
Vic and Sade 44-06-20 No More Pretty Boy
Vic and Sade 44-06-21 Rishigan Fishigans Secret
Vic and Sade 44-06-22 Sade Beats The Christmas Card Rap
Vic and Sade 44-06-23 Lodge Telescope
Vic and Sade 44-06-26 Thimble Club Bazaar
Vic and Sade 44-06-27 Uncle Fletcher Gets a Job Offer
Vic and Sade 44-06-28 A Letter From Mr Buller
Vic and Sade 44-06-29 War Bond Visitor
Vic and Sade 44-06-30 Russell Stays with Milton Welch
Vic and Sade 44-07-04 Sade Plays Rummy
Vic and Sade 44-07-05 Visiting Dignitaries
Vic and Sade 44-07-06 Where to Hide the Ritual
Vic and Sade 44-07-07 A Letter from Yellow Jump
Vic and Sade 44-07-10 A Collection of Personal Treasures
Vic and Sade 44-07-11 Dont Scrape Off The Watts
Vic and Sade 44-07-12 A Phone Call from Yellow Jump
Vic and Sade 44-07-13 Uncle Fletcher Miffed with Sade
Vic and Sade 44-07-14 Sade Short Changed
Vic and Sade 44-07-17 Summer Maneuvers
Vic and Sade 44-07-18 A Sale at Yamiltons
Vic and Sade 44-07-19 Uncle Fletchers New Lodging
Vic and Sade 44-07-20 Uncle Fletcher Talks Business
Vic and Sade 44-07-24 Robert and Slobert Are Scoundrels
Vic and Sade 44-07-25 Mr Donahue Hates Vacations
Vic and Sade 44-07-26 Sade Pleads to See a Movie
Vic and Sade 44-07-27 Vics Foreign Accent
Vic and Sade 44-07-28 Garbage Box Mystery
Vic and Sade 44-07-31 Hank Cuts His Debt to Vic
Vic and Sade 44-08-01 Rotten Old Overshoes
Vic and Sade 44-08-02 Sade Asks Vic To Evict Mr Overholt
Vic and Sade 44-08-03 Russell Reminisces about the Old Days
Vic and Sade 44-08-04 Vic is Boss for a Day
Vic and Sade 44-08-07 Vic and Russell Fix Their Own Dinner
Vic and Sade 44-08-08 Russell in Charge of Howard
Vic and Sade 44-08-09 Mr Gumpox Has Lost His Dentures
Vic and Sade 44-08-10 Sade Struggles with a Letter
Vic and Sade 44-08-11 Uncle Fletcher Rests Body and Brain
Vic and Sade 44-08-14 Uncle Fletcher Prolongs His Stay
Vic and Sade 44-08-15 Vacation from a Vacation
Vic and Sade 44-08-16 A Dandy Picture of Vic
Vic and Sade 44-09-01 Arranging the Honeymoon
Vic and Sade 44-09-04 Out of Town Wedding Guests
Vic and Sade 44-09-05 Money Owed Sade
Vic and Sade 44-09-06 Muted Silver Moonbeam Chimes
Vic and Sade 44-09-07 The Wedding Present
Vic and Sade 44-09-08 Vics Business Trip
Vic and Sade 44-09-11 Honeymoon Guide
Vic and Sade 44-09-12 Freds Car Repairs
Vic and Sade 44-09-13 A Letter from Aunt Bess Ham Ham
Vic and Sade 44-09-14 Working on Hank Gutstops Debts Russell
Vic and Sade 44-09-15 The Wedding Ring
Vic and Sade 44-09-18 Vics Greeting Cards
Vic and Sade 44-09-19 Vic to be Best Man
Vic and Sade 44-09-20 Reverend V Cook
Vic and Sade 44-09-21 Groom Arriving
Vic and Sade 44-09-22 Vics Unheard News
Vic and Sade 44-09-25 Saving Blue-tooth from Tragedy
Vic and Sade 44-09-26 A Box of Letters
Vic and Sade 44-09-27 Groom Disappears
Vic and Sade 44-09-28 A Dun From Kleeburgers
Vic and Sade 44-09-29 Bright-eyed and Eager
Vic and Sade 45-03-18 The Stillness of an Afternoon is Broken Russell
Vic and Sade 45-11-19 Unwanted Samaritan
Vic and Sade 45-11-20 Corkles Borrow a Cup of Sugar
Vic and Sade 45-11-21 Jimmy Custard
Vic and Sade 45-11-23 Sleeping In The Courthouse Yard
Vic and Sade 45-11-26 Sweetcorn McBlock
Vic and Sade 45-11-27 Parade of Interruptions
Vic and Sade 45-11-29 Uncle Fletcher Arranges Phone Calls
Vic and Sade 45-11-30 Dwight Twentysixlers Scrapbook
Vic and Sade 45-12-03 A Slow Dull Tiresome Evening
Vic and Sade 45-12-04 Orville Wheeney Gets Fired
Vic and Sade 45-12-05 Mis Harris And Dwight Are Engaged
Vic and Sade 45-12-06 Rainy Day Fun
Vic and Sade 45-12-07 Sacred Stars Convention
Vic and Sade 46-06-27 The Piano Lesson
Vic and Sade 46-07-04 Womans auxiliary
Vic and Sade 46-07-11 Vic the Irish Policeman
Vic and Sade 46-07-18 Midsummer Madness
Vic and Sade 46-07-25 Moving to Peoria
Vic and Sade 46-08-01 L Vogel Drum
Vic and Sade 46-08-08 The Honeymoon Couple
Vic and Sade 46-08-22 Sade and Mis Kesler Fight
Vic and Sade 46-08-29 Pre-arranged Meals
Vic and Sade 46-09-19 Uncle Fletchers Landlady Farming Him Out
Vic and Sade 46-09-26 Vic Brings Home Work
Vic and Sade 46-10-10 Mr Zee, the Handyman
Vic and Sade 46-10-26 August Invoices
Vic and Sade 57-XX-XX Lodge Catalogue
Vic and Sade 57-XX-XX Ushering at the Bijou
Vic and Sade 72-01-01 Vic and Sade Tribute 1 of 2
Vic and Sade 72-01-02 Vic and Sade Tribute 2 of 2
Vic and Sade 73-10-02 Vic and Sade John Hickman Interviews Ed Roberts
Vic and Sade 95-04-25 Re-enactment - Rush Brings Home a Dog
 


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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 06 November, 2010.

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