The Small House Half-way Up in the Next Block: Paul Rhymer's Vic and Sade

By: Rhymer, Paul (ed. by Mary Frances Rhymer)

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[nice tight clean copy, slight bump to base of spine, no other significant wear; jacket shows minor surface wear, a touch of dog-earing at top of spine]. (B&W photographs, drawings) Introduction by Ray Bradbury; line drawings by Franklin McMahon. Thirty scripts from the classic radio series, which enjoyed a 14-year run (1932-1946), that still read as laugh-out-loud funny even if (like most of the population) you have no memory of the original shows. If the titles alone don't crack you up -- "Casting the Pageant 'Shining Waters Flowing to the Sea'"; "Smelly Clark to Change His Age from 16 to 21"; "Rush's Slumber Party Enters by the Window"; and so on -- then, well, all I can say is: it's your loss, sister.

Title: The Small House Half-way Up in the Next Block: Paul Rhymer's Vic and Sade

Author: Rhymer, Paul (ed. by Mary Frances Rhymer)

Illustrator: Illustrated by (dj design) Robert Aulicino

Categories: Television and Radio,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company: (c.1972)

ISBN Number: 0-07-073792-4

ISBN Number 13: 9780070737921

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dj

Seller ID: 19225

Keywords: Radio Vic And Sade Americana Ray Bradbury Comedy Small Towns