|Title||:||behind the mike (10) dinah and the truck driver|
|Plot||:||+ Blue Network. Milton Herman tells about his radio profession; dying! He always plays gangsters who are killed. He performs several of his tough-guy roles. Radio Oddities about the early days of radio, told by Ben Gross (radio editor of The New York Daily News since 1924). He tells about the man who hears radio program in his head, the time he claimed Toscanini knew more about music than Rudy Vallee, network system cues that mentioned each station on the network. A salute to, "Real Folks," on the air 1926 to 1932. A program is recreated with members of the original cast. Addie Amore is interviewed, he's the head page at NBC (he also does 3 local programs in New York City). He's also a song writer; one of his songs is sung by Mary Small. Neal Axtel Blake reads his winning essay about radio. Dave Elman tells about the talking dog that appeared on, "Hobby Lobby." He really did talk...except in front of a microphone. Another dog performed as a stand-in!|
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