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Free World Theatre: Nineteen New Radio Plays
Random House New York: Random House. (1944). First. First edition. Introduction by Thomas Mann. Preface by Arch Oboler. Fine in attractive, very good plus dustwrapper with slight wear at the crown and some modest rubbing. A radio and screen writers collaboration of radio plays promoting freedom and democracy, offered royalty free for non-commercial broadcast. Among the collaborators were the editors, Budd Schulberg, Pearl Buck, Jerome Lawrence, Ira Gershwin, and Samson Raphaelson. This copy Inscribed by Oboler to Rex Stout: "With best wishes to Rex Stout, fighter for freedom. Arch Oboler." Oboler was one of the great innovators of the golden age of radio drama, specializing in horror and suspense plays, perhaps best known for the popular series Lights Out and Arch Oboler's Plays. Oboler was later called to Hollywood, where he wrote and/or directed several films including the first "3-D" film Bwana Devil, the first film about post-nuclear survivors, Five (1951), and an early film about multiple personalities, Bewitched. .
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