|Title||:||theater guild on the air (071) importance of being earnest|
|Plot||:||+ A presentation of the Broadway hit, John Gielgud's production of The Importance of Being Earnest, Oscar Wilde's wise and witty satire on the artificial manners of his day. The story begins in London in the year 1890. It's the London of Oscar Wilde, Aubrey Beardsley, of gaslights and Hansom cabs, and the strange exalted creatures, both male and female which inhabit what is known as High Society... Sponsor: United States Steel Corporation Director: Homer Fickett, Armina Marshall Producer: Carol Irwin Host: Roger Pryor Writer: Oscar Wilde Conductor: Harold Levey Announcer: Norman Brokenshire, George Hicks Music: Harold Levey StageManager: Lawrence Langner, Theresa Helburn|
|File||:||Theater Guild on the Air 47-04-13 (071) Importance of Being Earnest.mp3|
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