Phenomenon. Program number 37 ; Phenomenon. Program number 38. (Audiobook on LP, 1937) [WorldCat.org]
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Phenomenon. Program number 37 ; Phenomenon. Program number 38.

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 : [Lateral-cut version]View all editions and formats
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Program number 37: The revolutionaries meet in the tavern and discuss the tea problem in the colonies. Jerry arrives at the tavern and proposes that the men dress as Indians and hold the Boston Tea Party. Program number 38: Jerry tries to organize a telegram and telephone company in the Boston colony with Paul Revere as president. The intent is to help circulate news quickly throughout the colonies.
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Genre/Form: Adventure radio programs
Drama
Educational radio programs
Historical radio programs
Radio serials
Science fiction radio programs
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: 740931688
Notes: World Broadcasting System: BB14708A2 (matrix); BB14710A2 (matrix).
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; lateral-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.
Event notes: Recorded Aug. 10, 1937.
Description: 1 audio disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono ; 16 in.
Other Titles: Phenomenon.
Program number 38.
Phenomenon (Radio program)

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Program number 37: The revolutionaries meet in the tavern and discuss the tea problem in the colonies. Jerry arrives at the tavern and proposes that the men dress as Indians and hold the Boston Tea Party. Program number 38: Jerry tries to organize a telegram and telephone company in the Boston colony with Paul Revere as president. The intent is to help circulate news quickly throughout the colonies.

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