Radio: The Week in Review

This was the week NBC unlimbered its big guns to recapture network dominance from rival CBS. With an expensive ($35,000 a week) film series called Medic, and with the first of its $300,000 "spectaculars," the network hopes to convince viewers that they should twirl their dials NBC-ward. What viewers got in the spectacular line was a musical comedy, Satins and Spurs, starring tireless Betty Hutton in her first TV appearance, and produced by Max Liebman, who won his spurs over the five-year run of NBC's Your Show of Shows.

Big & Tuneful. Both Medic...

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