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Let's Pretend: A History of Radio's Best…
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Let's Pretend: A History of Radio's Best Loved Children's Show by a…

by Arthur Anderson

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For 24 years "Let's Pretend" was the most widely heard children's radio program. The author, a member of the cast from 1936 until the show ended in 1954, provides an insider's view of how the show was done and the personalities behind it. The careers of many of the child actors and the adults who worked with them, the process of live radio, and the behind-the-scenes activities of the network and sponsors are all covered. Also recalled are the golden days of radio when shows such as "Let's Pretend" were in their heyday.

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