Monday, August 11, 2008

A SERIES OF PETER PAN RECORDS

"POPEYE THE SAILOR MAN" 4 STORIES (C-609/#8097). I FINALLY FOUND A COPY OF THIS LP. LATER ON I WILL HAVE 4 OTHER POPEYE PETER PAN LPS TO ALSO SHARE HERE.





"POPEYE THE SAILOR MAN" 4 STORIES ZIP FILE


SNOOPY VS. THE RED BARON (PETER PAN RECORDS C-608) (CONTAINS "JERRY THE GIRAFFE" INSTEAD OF PUFF THE MAGIC DRAGON):





"SNOOPY VS. THE RED BARON" ZIP FILE


CASPER'S HAUNTED HOUSE TALES (PETER PAN RECORDS C-611):





CASPER THE FRIENDLY GHOST HAUNTED HOUSE TALES INDEX PAGE


NEW ADVENTURES OF BUGS BUNNY (PETER PAN RECORDS C-612):





"NEW ADVENTURES OF BUGS BUNNY" ZIP FILE


SCOOBY-DOO & FRIENDS (PETER PAN RECORDS C-617):





SCOOBY-DOO & FRIENDS ZIP FILE


SESAME STREET SONGS (PETER PAN RECORDS C-620):



SESAME STREET SONGS" ZIP FILE

19 comments:

Fabien MORISSET said...

I would love to listen to these records, above all the sesame street one. Is it possible, and if so how?

Thank you for your excellent blogs, keep up the good work,

A French Fan

Dave said...

I'm working on having them ready to listen to now. They should all be ready by mid-week.
Dave

Fabien MORISSET said...

Thank you very much Dave for making life just a little bit more wonderful.
Take care,
Fabien MORISSET

Mister Lester Keen said...

Hey Dave,

Did I miss the links for these (except Bugs) or are they still works in progress?

Keen

Dave said...

Still works in progress. I had a problem with a couple of the LP rips, and had to delete the files and start all over, and then I got side tracked with other things. I'll get back to them soon.
Dave

Mister Lester Keen said...

Many thanks! I'm glad you're still here, my friend!

Keen

Dave said...

You're welcome. I'm glad to still be here as well.

Dave

Paul F. said...

The Casper album remains one of my all time favorites from my childhood. The classic Peter Pan records were great.

ames said...

Hi! I've been looking through your blog, but I can't tell if you've got the actual records I remember from my childhood. I would love to hear these old Disney records again -

Pollyanna - I think Kevin Corcoran read it

Bambi - I don't remember the narrator's name, but it was a woman with a wonderfully warm voice. I remember getting little kid chills when she intoned "MAN had entered the forest".

The Rescurers - another female narrator

Robin Hood - I think Roger Miller read it? His songs were definitely included.

I listened to these so much as a kid, almost obsessively. Any suggestions where I could look for mp3s or tapes? I don't have a record player, woe.

ames said...

omg. I finally made it through your blog, and you have the EXACT copy of The Rescuers I remember? I heard the first line "In a sinister dark swamp in the middle of a bayou" and literally got tears in my eyes. And now I have such hopes that you have the rest. :D

Dave said...

Ames,

Glad I could help. Try the "Search" Window at the top left of the forum. I'm pretty sure I've shared everyone of those recrodings. good luck.

Dave

dannycia said...

Thank you for the Snoopy vs Red Baron! I know it's a bit obscure, but I had this and it brought back a lot of good moments for me! I thought it was lost to the ages....

Dave said...

I'm glad I was able to help.

Dave

Karyn said...

What a fabulous website to come across. I was teaching my kids just how old the chipmunks really were and to find a treasure trove like this!!! WOW is all i can say!
I am definitely bookmarking you and look forward to the download links!!
Keep with the good work. Treasure Dave! XX Karyn

Karyn said...

What a fabulous website to come across. I was teaching my kids just how old the chipmunks really were and to find a treasure trove like this!!! WOW is all i can say!
I am definitely bookmarking you and look forward to the download links!!
Keep with the good work. Treasure Dave! XX Karyn

Bill said...

Dave: I have been cleaning out some old items and found several childrens records and was wondering if you wanted them. I have: Disneyland Chilling Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House (No Jacket); Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too; 10 Little Indians by Tinkerbell records; Peter Pan Players: The Best of Walt Disney; A Golden Treasury of Fairy Tales (Art Carney and Mitch Miller). I don't know the condition of the records...I no longer have a record player.

Dave said...

Yes i'll gladly take your LPs. Just email me at davesWorld56 AT MSN DOT COM

Dave

Incubo said...

The Snoopy VS Red Baron link is dead...any chance to re-up that one?? thanks for the great blog!

Dave said...

Sorry. I don't renew links at my blogs any longer. All of that is done at my YUKU Forum now that you can find a link to at the top of my blogs.

Dave