Old Time Radio has more than 120 hours of Gerald Mohr's radio work from the golden age of radio.

Gerald Mohr's Life, Work, and Death are celebrated and documented by Scottish fan, Linda C Wood.

Conelrad is a celebration of Cold War Culture in America. At times terrifying, others tongue in cheek, the site explores cultural aspects of America's reaction to The Bomb from Civil Defense films and warnings to TV and Movie mutants to "Atomic Platters," music inspired by the Bomb. Conelrad selected Gerald Mohr as their "King of Atomic Cool," not only for his iconic suaveness during the 50's and 60's, but for the way he never breaks a sweat when the Enemy drops the big one in "Invasion USA":

Brians Drive In Theater glorifies the B-Movie actors from the 1930s through the 1980s. The site has numerous references for those looking for rare movie releases.

Internet Movie Database (IMDb) may be the Web's single greatest repository of information related to the Entertainment industry.  The Gerald Mohr page on IMDb has an impressive number of works listed, although it largely ignores his radio work. In 1998 IMDb became a subsidiary of

Gerald Mohr

Gerald Mohr (June 11, 1914 - November 9, 1968) was one of the most prolific actors of his time, if not the most commercially successful, Gerald Mohr's work is the legacy of a life that was all too short.