|Title||:||favorite story 470913 001 les miserables|
|Plot||:||+ A story taken from "Les Miserables." The "favorite story" of Rockwell Kent. The celebrities who name their "favorite story" on this series were selected by Ziv and given a list of "favorites" from which to survive. Lawrence and Lee had written and produced 32 programs for KFI to broadcast in the Los Angeles area. Frederic Ziv signed with Lawrence and Lee in February, 1947 and Ronald Colman in March, 1947 to continue the series. The dates, where indicated, are for the original broadcast date on KFI, Los Angeles. The Ziv syndication numbers are out of sequence because they were apparently released out of sequence. Programs for which the KFI broadcast date are not known have been given an arbitrary 1947 date, which is, of course, only approximate + This is a radio adaptaion of Jean Valjean and the Bishop from Victor Hugo’s famous story Les Miserable. The prisoner Valjean weary and dissolusioned, yellow passprt in his pocket has found all the doors of the town closed to him except one. Suddenly in the darkness there’s a ray of light, a man who calls him my brother. Chosen as his favorite story by famous American artist Rockwell Kent.|
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