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November 22, 2008

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Speed

Well-done blog! Love your capsule reviews. These old-time radio shows are great; I'm surprised more people haven't re-discovered them.

cmillinsf

Thank you! I enjoy doing the write-ups, but the shows really speak for themselves. Thanks to the power of the Internet, I'm sure more and more people will re-discover old time radio. - Christine

Daryl

Wasn't that a lot of fun? Where on Earth did you find this one?
One other question, what on earth was that funnel thing they were doing the rain storm with? I never could figure it out and I've watched both versions of it.

cmillinsf

I'm glad that you liked it. I just happened to come across Back of the Mike by accident. As for the funnel contraption...I have no idea. I will admit though, that before I watched this, I didn't know how the sound of a car engine was created for radio. Now I know it is from a fan in a metal washbasin!

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