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Tom Mix Ralston Straight Shooters, The

Tom Mix Ralston Straight Shooters, The

Tom Mix and his Ralston Straight Shooters was the major rival of Jack Armstrong - The All American Boy, and began airing on NBC on September 25th 1933, for 15 minutes three times a week. 

Although he never appeared in it, the series was based on Tom Mix - a real cowboy and Hollywood screen star whose life had been so glorified through Hollywood publicity that he had become the ideal hero - along with his wonder horse, Tony, who was already famous from the movies. 

All of the stories were set around Tom's ranch, the TM-Bar in the Texas country, where Tom lived with his elderly sidekick - the Old Wrangler - and his two young wards, Jimmy and Jane.

Many of the older episodes have been lost, but old time radio aficionado Jim Harmon not only wrote about the Golden Age of Radio, he also wrote, produced and appeared in a radio revival of the Tom Mix radio series during the early 1980s and some of his recreations are included below.

Broadcast: March 10, 1939
Added: Feb 20 2021
Broadcast: April 18, 1941
Added: Feb 21 2021
Broadcast: December 1, 1941
Added: Feb 22 2021
Broadcast: December 8, 1941
Added: Feb 25 2021
Broadcast: December 15, 1941
Added: Feb 26 2021
Broadcast: December 16, 1941
Added: Feb 27 2021
Broadcast: February 2, 1942
Added: Feb 28 2021
Broadcast: June 21, 1944
Added: Mar 01 2021
Broadcast: June 23, 1944
Added: Mar 02 2021
Broadcast: June 30, 1944
Added: Mar 13 2021
Broadcast: May 8, 1945
Added: Mar 20 2021
Broadcast: August 10, 1945
Added: May 31 2004
Broadcast: August 13, 1945
Added: Jun 01 2004
Broadcast: August 14, 1945
Added: Jun 03 2004
Broadcast: October 30, 1945
Added: Mar 27 2021
Broadcast: August 14, 1946
Added: Mar 27 2015
Broadcast: April 22, 1947
Added: Jul 03 2015
Broadcast: April 28, 1948
Added: Mar 04 2021
Broadcast: April 29, 1948
Added: Mar 05 2021
Broadcast: April 30, 1948
Added: Mar 06 2021
Broadcast: 1948
Added: Apr 03 2021
Broadcast: December 16, 1949
Added: Jul 10 2015