“The Jot ‘Em Down Journal” #47

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FREE! Lum and Abner fans: “The Jot ‘Em Down Journal” #47, April 1992, is available again to read (PDF) and/or hear (MP3)!

Cover: a scene from The Bashful Bachelor.
“The Golden Era” comic strip by Gary Stivers.
The Bashful Bachelor is Comin’ to Town” script from Lum and Abner.
“Lum and Abner Go to War” Part 3 by Donnie Pitchford with illustrations by Harold Petersen.
“Meet the Members” spotlights Carl & Frances Pearson and Harold & Audrey Jones.
“And Now…” Jerry Hausner is honored, by Donnie Pitchford.

Click the link below for your free PDF!

Click the link below for your free MP3!

The above is the first audio reading by “Singin’ Sam” Brown!
Sam Brown is a founding member of The National Lum and Abner Society and serves as vice-president. He was the person responsible for transporting the NLAS Convention guests from the airport in Little Rock to the convention site in Mena, Arkansas each June. He also was our first videographer who continued providing video recording all the way through.
When you hear a Lum and Abner episode with Horlick’s Malted Milk commercials, you can thank Sam Brown!
He is responsible for the years of negotiations as well as the downright hard physical work required in rescuing those original 1935 transcription discs in 1992!
Beginning in April 1992, Sam took on the task of reading every new issue of The Jot ‘Em Down Journal aloud onto audio cassette and then duplicating and mailing copies to the blind members of the NLAS!
From here until the final issue of Summer 2007, you’ll hear Sam’s recordings.

Thank you, Sam Brown!

Sam Brown creating “the thundering hoofbeats of the great horse Silver” during our 1999 script, “Lum and Abner Meet the Lone Ranger” which starred Fred Foy.

Published by lumandabner

Lum and Abner cartoonist

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