|Title||:||lux radio theater (095) one sunday afternoon|
|Plot||:||+ The Lux Radio Theatre. August 24, 1936. "One Sunday Afternoon". Sponsored by: Lux. A small town dentist has the opportunity to kill his old rival as he sits in his dental chair. Jack Oakie sings "I Can't Play The Banjo With Susannah On My Knee." Jack Oakie's mother is interviewed, as is actress Agnes Ayres (Rudolph Valentino's leading lady). The story was produced on The Lux Radio Theatre (as "Strawberry Blonde") on March 23, 1942 (see cat. #42127) and again on September 4, 1950. The story was also seen on The Lux Video Theatre on October 2, 1950. One Sunday Afternoon is a comedy romance which begins one quiet Sunday afternoon in a small Missouri town. Middle-aged dentist Biff Grimes reminisces about his unrequited love for beautiful Virginia Brush and her husband Hugo Barnstead, his ex-friend, who stole her away from him. Biff tells his friend Snappy that he will get even one day and his day may have come this Sunday afternoon when he gets an urgent callout to attend a patient at the dentist with an awful toothache and it turns out to be Hugo Barnstead.|
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