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Edgar Rice Burroghs

 
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glory77



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PostPosted: Tue May 24, 2011 1:37 am    Post subject: Edgar Rice Burroghs Reply with quote

Besides the Tarzan series, have any other his stories been dramatized for radio? How about Robert E. Howard?
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Mike Hobart



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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2012 9:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Not as far as I know. The usually reliable Radio Gold Index only lists the Tarzan radio serial, plus one other programme which sounds intriguing:

The Texaco Star Theatre. October 18, 1939. CBS net.
Sponsored by: Texaco. Variety from Hollywood: The first tune is, "Good Morning." Edgar Rice Burroughs tells about how the character of "Tarzan" began (he admits he's never been to Africa...or to Mars). Ken hints that if Burroughs isn't happy with Johnny Weismuller, he's available for the next Tarzan movie. Ken does his own Tarzan drama: "The Home Life of Mr. and Mrs. Tarzan," or "Apes Of Wrath." Drama from New York City: "Her Master's Voice." Ken Murray (host in Hollywood), Kenny Baker, Frances Langford, Irene Ryan, David Broekman and His Orchestra, Jimmy Wallington (announcer), Edgar Rice Burroughs (guest), Burns Mantle (host in New York City), Edward Everett Horton, Lucille Watson, Elizabeth Patterson, Clare Kummer (playwight), Larry Elliott (New York City announcer), Lehman Engel (composer, conductor). 57:22.
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