|Title||:||lux radio theater (434) happy land|
|Plot||:||+ The Lux Radio Theatre. April 10, 1944. "Happy Land". Sponsored by: Lux, Spry. A very well-written if somewhat weepy portrait of small-town America during war. See cat. #92646 for a rehearsal recording. + Happy Land is America at its best, the people are your neighbors and mine and their courage is the courage that will see us through to the end. There is now a tie that binds us all together, there’s hardly a family in the whole land who has not sent some loved one in to the service of America. To all such American’s has come a tribute in the form of a book and later a distinguished motion picture. The book was Happy Land by MacKinlay Kantor and the screen version was made by Twentieth Centuury Fox studio. In this Lux radio production we have the same two stars who brought Happy Land to life on the screen, Don Ameche and Frances Dee and with them one of the finest character actors of the day, Walter Brennan Produced by: Cecil B DeMille|
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