|Title||:||lux radio theater (522) barnacle bill (rehearsal with noah beery)|
|Plot||:||+ The Lux Radio Theatre. March 31, 1946. "Barnacle Bill". Sponsored by: Lux, Spry. The story of a gruff old fishing captain, his romance with an old friend, a young daughter, and a three masted schooner. This is a rehearsal with Noah Beery, who died shortly after finishing this recording. The air show went on with Edwin Max substituting. See cat. #44878 for a broadcast recording of this program. Barnacle Bill is a seafaring character whose name is famed in song and story. While he may not be identical to the man who vowed to “sail the sea until I croak, fight and swear and drink and smoke” he certainly has many of the lusty and contagious manners of his namesake and no one could better portray the role of such a character as Wallace Beery. Wally appears co-starred with Marjorie Main, his brother Noah and his daughter Carol Ann in Metro Goldwyn Meyer’s boisterous comedy Barnacle Bill a saga spiced with sentiment and humor and sparked by the excitement so inherent in the lives of those who seek their fortune by the sea matching brain and muscle with the elements.|
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