|Title||:||fdr third inaugural ceremonies|
|Plot||:||+ Blue Network. Graham McNamee describes the activity behind the scenes at NBC's plans to broadcast the inauguration of President Roosevelt tomorrow. Robert Button (assistant program manager of the Blue network) auditions two singers: Jane Clifton and Ann Francine. A salute to "The Man From Cook's," which ran from April 1925 to 1929. A program is recreated by Malcolm LaPrade. Oddities in radio: announcer fluffs by Mel Allen, Deems Taylor, Gabirel Heatter, C. J. Ingrahm (all impersonated). A salute to, "Death Valley Days," "the oldest dramatic half-hour program still on the air." "The Old Ranger" (Jack McBride) reads a letter from a listener and tells how one broadcast prevented a murder-suicide.|
|File||:||Behind The Mike 41-01-19 (18) FDR Third Inaugural Ceremonies.mp3|
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