RADIO DRAMA DEBUTED ON THIS DAY IN 1937

big town
Claire Trevor and Edward G. Robinson

Big Town is a popular radio drama series that was broadcast until
1952. Edward Robinson played Steve Wilson, the managing editor 
for Illustrated Press until 1942 when Edward J.Pawley took over for
most of the remaining episodes. Claire Trevor portrayed Lorelei
Kilbourne, a society editor and Wilson’s  sidekick. She was replaced
by Ona Munson in 1940.

Big Town was rated No-one among all of the reporter-type drama
series on radio. It was also rated in the top 15 among all radio
programs broadcast and had a listening audience rated between
10 and 20 million people. The program was later adapted to both
film and television and a comic book published by DC Comics. 

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posted by Bob Karm in ANNIVERSARY,CRIME,DEBUT,Drama,HISTORY,NEWSPAPER AD,RADIO and have Comment (1)

One Response to “RADIO DRAMA DEBUTED ON THIS DAY IN 1937”

  1. J. Cool, staff reporter says:

    J. Cool, staff reporter AND office exterminator! Now let’s see, hmmmmm, where to begin…..Ahhh, over in the corner, I see a big one! You Dirty Rat! You Dirty Rat! I Gotch Ya!

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