The New Dibble Show, Vol. 2

  • by Jerry Robbins
  • Narrated by Dibble and the Mayham Players, Jerry Robbins
  • 2 hrs and 20 mins
  • Radio/TV Program

Publisher's Summary

Six episodes from the first season of Colonial Radio Theatre's hit series, The New Dibble Show! "Live from the stage of the Town Hall Theatre in glorious Mayham, Massachusetts - It's The New Dibble Show...." This is the energetic cry from announcer Westbrook Ahern that begins each episode of Dibble and the gang. The Town Hall Theatre is the place for Dibble's weekly radio show where he entertains his dozens of fans who supposedly listen in each Saturday night to his broadcast which barely reaches the edge of town. The entire family will enjoy these madcap comedy adventures from Dibble and the gang!
Included in this volume are:
Ep. 08: "Sound Deffects": Mr. Bucky takes over the sound effects table as Dibble and the gang perform "Treasure Island."
Ep. 09: "Flippin' Flapjacks": Rita needs to leave town on a family emergency - but she has entered the "Farmer Frank's Flippin' Floppy Flapjack Festival for Farm-Grown Fluffy Flaps" - so Dibble and Jake take over her kitchen to win the first prize!
Ep. 10: "Private Knives": Dibble and the gang salute the sophisticated comedies of 1930s Hollywood - where men wore tuxedos in the morning and women had perfect hair and evening gowns.
Ep. 11: "The Great Barrysnore": Dibble and Jake travel to New York City to study with a world-famous actor.
Ep. 12: "Gone Campin'": Dibble's nephew arrives for the summer, and Dibble decides to take the little thug - we mean "nephew" - camping, where they encounter the dreaded Squashy Monster.
Ep. 13: "Dibble's 4th of July Semi-Spectacular": Dibble and the gang salute America, as they bring us scenes from the Pilgrims landing on Plymouth Rock, the first Thanksgiving, Dibble Revere, Washington at Valley Forge, Betsy Ross - and a musical salute to Stephen Foster.


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-09-2013
  • Publisher: The Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air