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How Sweet It Was: Television: A Pictorial Commentary

Shulman, Arthur and Roger Youman

Published by Bonanza/Shorecrest, 1966
Soft cover
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nFINE. Paperback in wraps. SIGNED on inside cover by GEORGE FENNEMAN, Groucho Marx's announcer and humor-foil on the popular 1950's television game show, "You Bet Your Life" -- where the phrase "say the secret word" was popularized. A very novel and scarce autograph - and the era photographs of America's earliest television entertainers are extraordinary. [B77]. Bookseller Inventory # 004126

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Title: How Sweet It Was: Television: A Pictorial ...

Publisher: Bonanza/Shorecrest

Publication Date: 1966

Binding: Soft cover

Signed: Signed by Celebrity

Edition: FIRST.

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