I meant Old Time Radio Researchers group!!
On 29/03/2019, CJB <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Also try advertising on the Old The Radio Researchers group OTRR on
> Yahoo Groups and also on Facebook. CJB
> On 29/03/2019, Meagher, Hannah <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> Hannah here from PBS American Masters. We are currently working on a
>> documentary on twentieth-century siren Mae West. The film is government
>> funded and will air nationally on PBS later this year.
>> A big thanks to those of you in the community who have helped me so far!
>> We are still looking for the following audio:
>> - 1969: Don Ameche and Edgar Bergen did an interview with local
>> Washington station WRC. They reminisced about a scandalous 1937 skit on
>> Chase and Sanborn Hour, where Mae had played a saucy, disgruntled Eve in
>> garden of Eden. We already have the audio from 1937, but are interested
>> hearing Ameche and Bergen's reflections.
>> - June 20, 1930: Mae West arrived in Pasadena or Los Angeles,
>> held a press conference to announce her arrival in Hollywood. She was
>> to shoot her first movie role, Night After Night, with George Raft. I
>> it's unlikely that audio exists from this press stop, but if it does, what
>> jackpot that would be! Also interested in any radio broadcasts from the
>> 1930s where Mae is interviewed or radio hosts are talking about Mae being
>> hot stuff / saving Paramount from bankruptcy
>> - Anything with Duke Ellington (musician), George Zukor
>> president), George Raft (actor) or Marlene Dietrich (actress) talking
>> working with Mae West.
>> - Anything with Walter Winchell, Rona Barrett or Jimmie Fidler,
>> other radio gossip commentators commenting on Mae West
>> If you have any of the above, or any related material, I would love to
>> from you.
>> Thanks for your help, and happy Friday,
>> Hannah Meagher
>> Co- Producer: Mae West
>> American Masters
>> PBS THIRTEEN / WNET
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>> New York, NY 10019
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