|Title||:||lux radio theater (100) the plutocrat|
|Plot||:||+ The Lux Radio Theatre. September 28, 1936. "The Plutocrat". Sponsored by: Lux. The one hundredth broadcast of the show. Victor Young is interviewed and plays one of his compositions. Walt Disney, Mickey Mouse, and Donald Duck are also interviewed (Donald does his imitation of Bing Crosby!). A comedy about a wealthy businessman from Omaha and his adventures on the high seas and in Algeria. + Comedy in which Wallace Beery plays the part of American millionaire Earl Tinker the owner of a large meat packing company in Omaha. He is taking his wife and daughter on vacation and the opening scene takes place in the stateroom of a steamship crossing the Atlantic Ocean on it’s way to Algiers. Mrs. Tinker lies ill in bed suffering from a rather bad attack of sea sickness and complaining bitterly, when the door opens and in walks their daughter who also feels the need to stand on terra firma. The dialogue is funny and the story entertaining. Reviewed by Chas|
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