Radio: The Week in Review

Television set a furious pace that it may find hard to keep up. Most of the excitement of the week was generated by dramatic shows. CBS's Best of Broadway resurrected the 1941 hit, Arsenic and Old Lace, and filled it with a star-studded cast that Broadway today would give its eyeteeth to have. As the addlepated Brooklyn sisters who gently practice mass euthanasia on lonely old men, Helen Hayes and Billie Burke were the epitome of lethal charm. John Alexander recreated his memorable role of their nephew who believes that he is Teddy Roosevelt...

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