Radio: Man & Moppet

The rogue most beloved in the U. S. is a precocious, conceited, impertinent, fast-cracking ventriloquist's dummy named Charlie McCarthy. On Sunday nights from eight till nine EST, when the U. S. radio audience reaches its peak for the week, almost a third of the nation tunes in on the Chase and Sanborn Hour to hear Charlie make rude and clever remarks to important people.

Last week the Chase and Sanborn troupe broadcast from Manhattan's Radio City—the first time the program had originated from anywhere but Hollywood in nearly two years on the air. When...

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