Buck Rogers in the 25th Century

(4.3 stars; 23 reviews)

Run: November 7, 1932 to March 28, 1947 Network: - CBS Radio Network (1932-1936) - Mutual Broadcasting Network (1939-1940 and 1946-1947) Cast Members: - Curtis Arnall as 1st Buck Rogers - Matt Crowley as 2nd Buck Rogers - Carl Frank as 3rd Buck Rogers - John Larkin as 4th Buck Rogers - Adele Ronson as 1st Wilma Deering - Virginia Vass as 2nd Wilma Deering - Edgar Stehli as Dr. Huer - Elaine Melchior as Ardala - Bill Shelley as 1st Killer Kane - Dan Ocko as 2nd Killer Kane - Jack Roseleigh as 1st Black Barney - Joe Granby as 2nd Black Barney Producer/Director: Jack Johnstone Announcers: Paul Douglas and Fred Uttal Writers: Dick Calkins, Joe Cross, Jack Johnstone, Albert Miller Sponsors: Cocomalt, Cream of Wheat, Kellogg's, and Popsicles Typical Episode Length: - 15 Minutes (1932-1939) - 30 Minutes (May-July 1940) - 15 Minutes (1946-1947) Buck Rogers in the 25th Century was far ahead of its time in the 1930s with death ray guns, gamma ray bombs, a mechanical mole, and missiles! Another futuristic idea was that Buck Roger's sidekick could be an accomplished pilot and warrior who also happened to be a female!

This recording is part of the Old Time Radio collection.


Back to the 1930s!

(3.5 stars)

Enjoyable nastosic trip in the past. Before television and Saturday morning cartoons. Kids listened to radio drama stories. The ending is missing, does Buck find Killer Kane???

Buck Rogers is Trade Marked

(5 stars)

I love these old sci-fi programs. To bad the name Buck Rogers is Trade Marked, really wanted to add these to my commercial website.


(4.5 stars)

Great listening! Unfortunately missing the last (or some of the last) episodes so you are left in suspense! 😕. Good,clear,listening with all understandable voices! Enjoy!

Buck Rogers in the 25th Century

(5 stars)

Very entertainment kept me in suspense

blast from the past

(4 stars)

just listen and you're back there...