Radio: Hollywood Heckled

Soloist: This is a movie primer.

Quartet: Fa la, fa la, fa la. . . .

Soloist: Degree by degree,

From A to Z,

Our Primer will prim

The movie industry!

Quartet: The moo-hoo-vie industry!

With these impudent lines, neatly punctuated by music, upstart radio last week poked Hollywood in the nose. The sock was sharply delivered by U.S. radio's foremost writer-producer-innovator, Norman Corwin, who deserted radio eight months ago for the alabaster mines of Hollywood. Now back in the fold (CBS, 10 p.m. Tues., E.W.T.) with his salary doubled ($500 weekly), Corwin, who is responsible for much...

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