Title: Original Production Script for Rinso ...
Rare original vintage radio script. Printed for use on the Tuesday, October 8, 1946 radio program. Designated as Script #2, Volume #4 (revised). Comprised of twenty - one 11" x 8.5" mimeographed pages, roughly stapled in the upper left hand corner. This episode of the Amos & Andy Show featured as musical guests the long lived vocal ensemble, The Delta Rhythm Boys. Amos 'N' Andy was probably the most popular and successful radio show of all time. This legendary program created by Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll now stirs up strong emotions and impressions of racism, but multitudes of people black and white enjoyed the program during its long run. This episode is entitled Re-Marriage Show. Sapphire has left Kingfish. After relating how he and Sapphire eloped so many years ago, The Kingfish decides to try it again! There are several pencil highlights and notes on the script. Who made these notes is unclear, but the script was obviously a working copy. The condition of the script is good. There is a bit of edge wear and mild use soiling, but nothing is lacking. Email if you have any questions. Bookseller Inventory # 23991
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