Radio: Best Busts

Deploring the usual shoddy summer substitutes, radio this year talked big—good fun and good music. By last week performance no longer had a chance to catch up with promise, and the list of summertime flops even included Norman Corwin, one of the biggest names in radio drama.

CBS had given Corwin the green light for a sustaining summer series. Furthermore, instead of a late-night spot to which such worthy projects are usually relegated, CBS assigned Corwin to the desirable Tuesday 9-9:30 p.m. time. Corwin corrailed a crew of Hollywood professionals (Groucho Marx, Keenan Wynn,...

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