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Radio's Les Misérables
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Many of you may have seen the stage production of Les Misérables, or perhaps even the recent movie version. Thus wee on Radio’s Golden Age, we present the radio version starring Orson Welles as Jean Valjean. It was a seven part series that Welles produced and directed in 1937. And we’re going to be presenting it for the next seven weeks. We’ll also hear Eve Arden as OUR MISS BROOKS from 1949, and THIS IS YOUR FBI with Stacy Harris starring as special agent Jim Taylor.
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Radio's Golden Age: Les Misérables

LES MISERABLES from 7-23-37. This is the first part of a seven-part radio adaptation of the classic story by Victor Hugo, starring Orson Welles as Jean Valjean, a thief who is sent to prison for stealing bread. Sustaining, MBS.

Also, OUR MISS BROOKS (3-6-49) Eve Arden stars as Connie Brooks, who is preparing for the Madison High School dance. With Frank Nelson as Antoine. Colgate-Palmolive, CBS.
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Radio's Golden Age: This is Your FBI

The conclusion of OUR MISS BROOKS and THIS IS YOUR FBI (3-28-47) “The Henpecked Thief” stars Stacy Harris. A young thief’s mother-in-law badgers him into taking part in a “big job.” Equitable Life Assurance Society, ABC.
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