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Phenomenon. Program number 31 Phenomenon. Program number 32.

Author: Fred MacKayeRobert FrazerJean ColbertWestbrook Van VoorhisTed MaloneAll authors
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : World Broadcasting System, [1937]
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on LP : LP recording : English : [Vertical-cut versionView all editions and formats
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Program number 31: Back once again in the laboratory Jerry joins Katherine and Dr. Light in discovering a voice recorder planted by their nemeses, the Murdoch gang, who had hoped to learn the secrets of Dr. Light's invention. Program number 32: Jerry travels through time once more, this time finding himself amidst of the Great Fire of Rome in the company of Nero.
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Genre/Form: Science fiction radio programs
Adventure radio programs
Historical radio programs
Educational radio programs
Radio serials
Drama
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Fred MacKaye; Robert Frazer; Jean Colbert; Westbrook Van Voorhis; Ted Malone; Ashmead Scott; KMBC (Radio station : Kansas City, Mo.)
OCLC Number: 740907190
Notes: Additional contents supplied by cataloger from audition and research materials. Subtitle announced as: Electrifying history.
Sci-fi adventure radio serial highlighting the electric industry in history. Arthur B. Church Productions syndication; station KMBC, Kansas City origin.
Electrical transcription disc; vertical-cut; inside start.
Credits: Ted Malone, writer; Ashmead E. Scott, director.
Performer(s): Starring Frederick MacKaye (as Jerry Powers), Robert Frazer (as Dr. Thomas Light), and Jean Colbert (as Katherine Light); Hugh Conrad, announcer.
Description: 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 16 in.
Other Titles: Phenomenon.
Program number 32.
Phenomenon (Radio program)

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Program number 31: Back once again in the laboratory Jerry joins Katherine and Dr. Light in discovering a voice recorder planted by their nemeses, the Murdoch gang, who had hoped to learn the secrets of Dr. Light's invention. Program number 32: Jerry travels through time once more, this time finding himself amidst of the Great Fire of Rome in the company of Nero.

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