|Title||:||lux radio theater (217) lady for a day|
|Plot||:||+ The Lux Radio Theatre. May 1, 1939. "Lady For A Day". Sponsored by: Lux. A comedy-drama about Apple Annie, a Depression-era street person. Her daughter is arriving from Spain, thinking her mother is a society matron. Leslie Howard substitutes for Cecil B. DeMille (who speaks from New York, promoting the opening of "Union Pacific"). DeMille interviews Florence Farley, a real "lady for a day."A play rich in humor, telling the touching tale of a mother's sacrifice for her daughter's happiness. Broadway. It is a rainy spring night just after curtain time. One of Broadway's better known beggars holds her accustomed position at the corner of 47th Street. Her old bedraggled dress hanging wet above her scuffed shoes. Slung over her shoulder is a bag of highly polished apples which she holds up to the passers by.|
|File||:||Lux Radio Theater 39-05-01 (217) Lady for a Day.mp3|
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