Radio: The Wuppermann Boy

The secret was out last week : one of the six most popular U.S. comedians was ready to join radio's Hopes and Bennys. Fluttery Frank Morgan, of the silvered haif, clipped grey mustache and eupeptic bounce, is to have his own air show next September for General Foods.

He has earned it. For five years, on the Maxwell House program (NBC, Thurs., 8-8:30 p.m., E.W.T.) Frank Morgan, 53, has played a romantic, sciolistic old rogue. But he has been only half of the show. The other half is Baby Snooks (Fanny Brice). Time and...

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