+ William Vann Rogers, generally known as Will Rogers, Jr. (October 20, 1911–July 9, 1993), was a son of legendary humorist Will Rogers (1879–1935) and his wife, the former Betty Blake (1879–1944). He was a Democratic U. S. Representative from California from January 3, 1943 until May 23, 1944, when he resigned to return to the United States Army. Rogers had several other careers, notably as a newspaper owner/publisher, an actor, writer, and a political commentator. He starred in Rogers of the Gazette, a CBS Radio series in 1953-54 that lasted one season, playing the role of a small-town newspaper owner.-WikiPedia
- Radio Shows
Please enjoy these 28 old time radio episodes:
|01.06.1954||rogers of the gazette (25) the novelist||
+ Will Rogers, the poetry critic? An eighteen year old writer has definite ideas...non-literary!
|01.13.1954||rogers of the gazette (26) something going on in illyria||
+ What's happening in Illyria? No one is willing to tell Will, and he can't even place a phone cal...
|01.20.1954||rogers of the gazette (27) something's troubling will||
+ Will decides to sell the Gazette! The last show of the series.
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