|Title||:||youre my dream|
|Plot||:||+ Blue Network. The program has no studio audience because of a Ted Weems broadcast. The show usually originates from New York's Ritz Theatre. Tenor Frank Luther tells about a woman in a coma who recovers after help from Frank's program. Sound effect of the week: a complicated sound of ice breaking about a ship that was used on "Mr. District Attorney." Herbert Lewis (contest manager of "Reuben H. Donnelly") tells what happens when you enter a radio contest. Robert Button tells about last week's singer's auditions. A salute to, "The Three X Sisters" are sung by the three girls. Letters from listeners are answered by Gilbert Martin. Are real children used on radio programs? What was the first heavyweight championship fight broadcast? Why did "The Jack Benny Program" appear instead of a report from Washington? Captain Tim Healy returns to retell about a 1935 program about spies.|
|File||:||Behind The Mike 41-01-26 (19) You're My Dream.mp3|
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