“The Jot ‘Em Down Journal” #103

FREE! Lum and Abner fans: The Jot ‘Em Down Journal #103, August 2001, is available again to read (PDF) and/or hear (MP3)!

Cover photo: National Lum and Abner Society Convention guests Dick Beals, Robie Lester, Rhoda Williams, Sam Edwards.
“Lum and Abner in the News” their 60th anniversary with Alka-Seltzer, by Tim Hollis.
“The 2001 National Lum and Abner Society Convention” by Donnie Pitchford.
“Everybody’s Boyfriend, the Amazing Career of Sam Edwards” by Tim Hollis.
“A Little Sugar, a Little Spice – Rhoda Williams” by Tim Hollis.

And more!

The Jot ‘Em Down Journal was edited by Tim Hollis.
The Audio Journal was read by Sam Brown.

The Jot ‘Em Down Journal is a production of
The National Lum and Abner Society.

“Lum and Abner” is a registered trademark, used by permission of the Estate of Chester H. Lauck Jr.

This issue begins Volume 18 of
The Jot ‘Em Down Journal.
Click here for Vol. 18 audio intro!

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2 thoughts on ““The Jot ‘Em Down Journal” #103

  1. Thank you so much Donnie. That brings back a ton of memories. I liked the 15-minute programs and the change half hour programs. I loved the movies too! They were two talented guys.

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    1. Thank you so much for commenting and I’m glad you enjoyed this issue. The 15-minute shows are my favorites. The half-hour shows are interesting, but I’m not that fond of the change in style. They had some great supporting actors! The movies are fun too! I agree. Lauck and Goff were amazing.


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