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During the 1930s and '40s, Hollywood's biggest stars performed on radio. What was the first seen as the chance to promote an upcoming film quickly became a rite of passage - every major star wanted to make his or her mark on the airwaves. The first series to present these radio adaptations was The Lux Radio Theatre, hosted in its heyday by Cecil B. DeMille. Similiar programs, such as The Screen Guild Player and The Screen Directors' Playhouse soon followed abnd listeners tuned in by the millions to hear 30 and 60 minute adaptations of their favorite movies.
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Book Description Radio Spirits(NJ), 2003. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1570195080
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