The Air Adventures of Jimmie Allen is an American radio adventure serial broadcast from 1933 until 1937. The 15-minute
syndicated program was created by writers Bob Burtt and Bill Moore, both of whom were from Kansas City, Missouri.The Jimmie Allen program was first
broadcast February 23, 1933, initially over three Midwestern radio stations, WDAF in Kansas City, KLZ in Denver, Colorado, and KVOO in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The initial transcriptions for the program were made in World Broadcasting System Chicago studios. Over the years, the show was produced in a variety
of recording studios in Hollywood, New York and Chicago. In following episodes, Speed and Jimmie, in their attempt to thwart the hijacking, are captured
but escape in a small plane which crashes, and then are recaptured. Throughout this initial story arc, Robertson is Jimmie's mentor. He does all the
flying and continually teaches Allen a trick or two that he learned in World War I. After an exciting aerial dogfight near the end of the story,
Robertson reveals that the FBI has made him a G-Man. In subsequent episodes of the series, Jimmie expresses interest in becoming a pilot and enrolls
in flying school. Numerous exciting adventures follow, full of danger and mystery. Burtt and Moore wove the plot around the character of a self-reliant
youth of fine habits: resourceful, courageous, capable of thinking his way through danger and holding firmly to "fine American ideals." They never
deviated from that theme of the character, and they surrounded their hero with friends and enemies who personified other traits that would emphasize
the character of their hero.