77 Shows in All !
11 Disc Collection
Bonus Material Includes:
Radio Show Programs from 1928-54Including "Sam n Henry" (before they were "Amos n Andy")
Through the "Amos n Andy" Music Hour
This is on CD so you can enjoy in your car !
Original Casting Auditions For
"Kingfish" and "Andy"(1949)
10 Archive Quality Disc Plus 1 CD
We are constantly tweaking and re-mastering as technology progresses to be absolutely sure
this is the most complete and highest quality picture and sound possible. beginning in 1996, it is a labor of love made possible by contributing Fans from across the Country and Nick Stewart ("Lightin") and his wonderful Family.
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11 disc with different picture graphics !
Each disc is different and list the episodes.
Picture disc are fun and interesting!
Hours Of Great Laughs From The Funniest Comedy Of All Time.
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This Set Includes Two of the Previously "Lost Episodes":
"Lodge Brother's Complain" and "Andy Gets Married"
Also Included In This Collection
The Cast Introduction Filmed Before A Live Television Audience Just Before The Airing Of The Very 1st Show.
You Will Also Receive The Two Cartoons By The Creators, Charles J. Correll and Freeman F. Gosden.
This Is The Most Complete And Best Quality Collection Available at This Low Price.
We Is All Brothers In That Great Fraternity,
The MYSTIC KNIGHTS of the SEA!
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Our wood signs are exact replicas of the Mystic Knights of the Sea !
Fill the Room with Gut Busting Laughter !
HOLY MACKEREL !
These are true 480 line resolution DVD and will play on any DVD Player !
Only Archival Quality DVD's are used !
This set is arranged in the original chronological order as they aired on television.
Others claim to be in correct order but they are not ! Historian, Norman Phillips spent a lot of time plus 2 trips to the Library of Congress in Washington, DC. and his research should be respected.
The picture quality is the Guaranteed Best you will find on any set containing less than 20 DVD's. New factory sealed DVD boxed sets.
This Set is Regularly Re-Mastered as Technology Develops to Assure the Best Possible Quality.
This set is "A Labor of Love"
Intro to Cast: Amos n Andy's creators, Charles Correll and Freeman Gosden introduce the cast to the audience.
Rare coin: The Kingfish swindles Andy out of a rare coin and Andy swindles it rather back by use of a clever trick in a phone booth coin slot.
Counterfeiters in the basement: Andy collects a fat reward and becomes a hero when he overpowers a gang of counterfeiters.
Kingfish has a baby: The Kingfish decides to reform because he thinks he is about to become a father.
Kingfish gets drafted: When the Kingfish gets drafted, his wife and his lodge brothers applaud but soon change their tune when his outfit is to go overseas.
The Winslow Woman: The Kingfish wants Andy to marry wealthy Mrs. Winslow, even when the not-so-wealthy woman actually shows up.
The Gun: The Kingfish, trying to pawn a gun, is mistaken for a robber.
Kingfish's Secretary: The Kingfish mistakenly signs a letter requesting a mail order bride with a letter requesting a wash woman for the building.
The Young Girls Mother: Andy wants to marry a very young girl until he meets her mother, a formidable woman he jilted many years ago.
Sapphire Disappears: The Kingfish thinks Sapphire has been murdered when she leaves him in a huff and he can find no trace of her.
Jewelry Store Robbery: Andy and the Kingfish find that a snapshot they took is worth $1,000 because it shows a man robbing a store.
Call Lehigh 4-9900: The Kingfish accidentally answers a newspaper ad for a lonely hearts club, and when a girl shows up at his office, Andy poses as the Kingfish
Leroy Lends a Hand: The Kingfish and Andy go into the parking lot business and wind up in the used car business.
Andy Buys a House: The Kingfish takes a job as a real estate agent and must prove himself by selling a house on condemned land-he does, to Andy.
Amos Helps Out: After a domestic fight, the Kingfish writes a fake letter from the license bureau stating that he and Sapphire were never legally married.
Getting Mama Married I: The Kingfish's mother-in-law elopes with a con man and a fleecier of widows.
Getting Mama Married II: The Kingfish is conned into buying stolen turkeys from a country bumpkin.
The Happy Harringtons: The Kingfish and Andy buy a diner, which was doing a good business, and run it out of business.
Traffic Violations: The Kingfish and Andy, co-owners of a car, compete with each other in the collection of traffic tickets.
Quo Vadis: The Kingfish goes to a lavish dinner party at which he finds, uncomfortably, that Sapphire is a waitress.
The Turkey Dinner: The Kingfish is conned into buying stolen turkeys from a country bumpkin.
The Diner: The Kingfish and Andy buy a diner, which was doing a good business, and run it out of business.
The Ready Made Family: When the Kingfish's Uncle Clarence is coming to visit, the Kingfish must put together a phony family quickly.
The Relatives: Claiming that his mother-in-law disturbs his home, the Kingfish takes his problems to family court.
Andy Gets A Telegram: The Kingfish winds up on a cattle boat bound for South America.
The Christmas Story: Andy is working very hard to earn enough money to buy a doll for his godchild.
Kingfish's Last Friend: The Kingfish has swindled too many people and is losing all of his friends so he goes on a reform kick.
The Engagement Ring: The Kingfish plays matchmaker and arranges a match between Andy and older woman.
The Eyeglass: The Kingfish devises a plot to make Andy fail his road test so that he can buy his car cheaply.
The Hospital Policy: Andy buys hospitalization insurance from the Kingfish, turning him frantic with bills he can't pay.
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The Broken Clock: Andy and the Kingfish accidentally become involved with a top military secret and the FBI.
The Ballet Tickets: The Kingfish gives Sapphire some stolen ballet tickets which land her in jail.
The Boarder: Sapphire maintains that her boarder, a singer with a large appetite, is a cultural asset, but Kingfish thinks he's a freeloader. (Original commercials)
Arabia: The Kingfish sets up a phony raffle that forces him to wind up in Arabia drilling for oil, trying to earn enough money to get home. (Original commercials)
The Piggy Bank: The Kingfish has been stealing money from Sapphire's piggy bank and wins a quiz show jackpot just in time their 25th anniversary.
Cousin Effie's Will: The Kingfish adopts Andy so that he will become eligible for $2,000 under the terms of Cousin Effie's will. (Original commercials)
Kingfish Finds His Future: The Kingfish takes an aptitude test and finds he should become a painter, not of pictures but of buildings and walls.
The Antique Shop: The Kingfish outfoxes himself when he sends all his lodge brothers into an antique shop to convince his cousin Leo to buy it.
Kingfish Sells A Lot: The Kingfish decides to dispose of a worthless piece of property to Andy, but it's Andy who gets the last laugh.
The Birthday Card: Sapphire wants to know why he received a birthday card signed Sweetheart. (Original commercials)
Leroy's Suits: The Kingfish stages a clothing sale at the Lodge using a lieutenant's entire wardrobe. (Original commercials)
Superbrush Brush Co.: The Kingfish becomes a door-to-door salesman, persuading Andy to take over at no salary.
The Adoption: The Kingfish falls in love with a baby which is up for adoption, but instead is stuck with Horrible Horace. (Original commercials)
Income Tax: Andy and the Kingfish are frightened when they have to appear before the Internal Revenue Service.
Vacation Time: The Kingfish tries to swindle Andy by taking him on a trip through Central Park and pretending it is the entire USA.
The Lodge Brothers Complain: Until recently, this was thought to be a "lost episode" (one of my favorite episodes:)
Kingfish Buys a Chair: The Kingfish buys an old chair stuffed with money and then, not knowing the money is in the chair, he gives it away.
The New Neighbors: While trying to get rid of bad neighbors, the Kingfish uses the crying of a baby and a sound effects record, but the plan backfires.
The Classified Ad: Andy puts a personal ad in the newspaper and gets a good response, but all the applicants need dental work.
The Society Party: The Kingfish and Andy try to get their ladies to wear the same fur coat at the same time, to the same party.
Vive La France: Andy, Calhoun, and the Kingfish all become engaged to a French girl named Colette Duval who doesn't understand English.
The Convention: In Chicago, Sapphire gets them to turn over their money to her then leaves the boys with no money to get home.
The Girl Upstairs: The Kingfish is convinced that his marriage is headed for disaster when he finds a diary in Sapphire's closet which mentions a rival.
Kingfish Goes To Work: The Kingfish has Andy take over his job as handyman at a university and pays him with a college home study course.
The Light Blue Car: The Kingfish finds himself accused of robbery when his car is used unknowingly in a holdup.
Andy Gets Married: Andy gets engaged to two women at the same time.
Mr Jackson Comes to Town: Sapphire goes overboard over an ex-boyfriend so Kingfish gets all upset and goes on a self-improvement course to buff-up.
Andy Falls In Love With An Actress: Andy, jealous over his girlfriend's amorous scenes in a play, decides to become an actor.
Kingfish at the Ballgame: The Kingfish sells Andy a ring he finds in his crackerjack box before he finds out how valuable the ring really is.
Seeing is Believing: Sapphire thinks the Kingfish is secretly dating so she decides to make him jealous by having dinner alone with Andy.
The Chinchilla Business: The Kingfish sells a couple of rabbits to Andy for $50 by telling him they are chinchillas.
The Uranium Mine: Andy shells out money for swampland and invests in the Kingfish's uranium mine scheme.
Madame Queen's Voice: Madame Queen re-enters Andy's life because the Kingfish sees her money-making possibilities as a singer.
Andy the Godfather: The love of a 12-year-old for Andy's godchild is too much for him to handle.
The Insurance Policy: Sapphire thinks Kingfish has only three weeks to live, which gives him three weeks to freeload.
Kingfish Gets Amnesia: The Kingfish gets amnesia when all of his friends come over asking him to repay old debts.
The Girl At the Station: At a party, the Kingfish is in good with ladies and Sapphire doesn't like it at all.
Kingfish Teaches Andy To Fly: The Kingfish teaches Andy to fly, so that he can win back his girl from a motor boat enthusiast.
The Lion Tamer: cartoon
The Rasslin Match: Cartoon
Kingfish Becomes a Press Agent: The Kingfish takes a job to make money to pay Andy off and get his mother-in-law's diamond pin back.
The Meal Ticket: Sapphire wants intellectuals to break in her new dining room but Kingfish sneaks in paying guests in instead. (Original commercials)
Father By Proxy: Driving a pregnant woman to the hospital, Andy is mistaken for the father when a pushy nurse forces him to sit in the waiting room.
The Invisible Glass: The Kingfish gets into the stock market and sells everyone short, including himself.
Second Honeymoon: Plans for a second honeymoon almost fall apart when the Kingfish and Sapphire argue over how they first met.
CD - Amos n Andy Radio History (1926-1954)
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What You Get:
*77 TV Shows DVD
* 26 Radio Shows
Including "Sam and Henry" (where it all started)
* Cast Intro (kinescope)
* Original Auditions (1949)
* Archival Quality Disc
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