The Busy Air, Feb. 2, 1948

Henry Morgan, the dry wit who last fall lost his razor sponsor (Eversharp) was coming back on the air this week with a shampoo (Rayve). After some movie making in California and a couple of weeks of sumptuous unemployment in Florida, Morgan was not quite happy about radio: "Hollywood's the place for a sensitive person like me, a Gypsy-Music-Type kid. I'd have unlimited time to exercise my major talent for being perfectly charming to waiters. . . . Radio is all black coffee and benzedrine. For a few thousand a week, we write the best...

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