|Plot||:||+Blue Network. A visit from a "female stooge," Minerva Pious. She tells about the many character voices she uses on, "The Fred Allen Show" (including her "Bubbles Rappaport" voice, interviewed by a Fred Allen imitator). Don't miss her reading the poem, "Vas Vilst Du Girls of 1940?" "Uncle Jim" Harkins of "Uncle Jim's Question Bee" tells how the show chooses the questions. Oddities of radio: Ted Malone (imitated by Ward Wilson) tells of an unusual listener reaction. Adrian Savitch (?) of, "We The People," tells how the program got a convict released and pardoned by the governor while the show was on the air. A salute to "The Gold Dust Twins," with Earle Tuckerman and and Harvey Hindermeyer as the original "Goldy" and "Dusty." They recreate the program as it sounded in 1924! Questions from listeners: Wilson Brown (Eastern editor of Movie-Radio Guide Magazine) replies: Do actors play more than one part during the same show? How do you sell your idea for a radio show? Who played the violin and spoke the dialogue for "Don Amazo?" John B. Kennedy pays tribute to Colonel Thomas T. Davis (of "The Collier's Hour" in 1927). Colonel Davis is credited with coming up with the idea of a studio audience. The program of January 12, 1930 is recreated, during which Colonel Davis tried to speak on the air. A fascinating show!|
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