Tune in Yesterday: The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio, 1925-1976
By John Dunning, former reporter, Denver bookstore owner and acclaimed author of some wonderful "biblio-mysteries" (Booked to Die, The Bookman's Wake, The Bookman's Promise and others). ISBN 0-13-932616-2. From an Amazon review: "Lately, there have been a rash of good books on the subject of Old Time Radio (THE GREAT AMERICAN BROADCAST by Leonard Maltin, for example) but nothing beats this exhaustive guide to the classic (and not-so-classic) radio shows of yesteryear. With each title arranged in alphabetical order, the novice can quickly turn to, say, FIBBER MCGREE AND MOLLY, and read an informative overview of the show's history and appeal. The readabilty and breath of knowledge of this volume is fantastic. While out of print (my copy has been by my side since '77), if you're a fan of a time when radio was truely the 'theatre of the mind', this book is well worth searching out."
Specifications of Tune in Yesterday: The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio, 1925-1976
|Publisher||Prentice Hall Trade|
|Number Of Pages||703|
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