Fibber McGee and Molly is a prime example of classic radio from the medium's golden age. The series was wildly popular from its debut in 1935 until its finale in 1959, making it one of the longest-running radio comedies. Revolving around a blowhard husband's hare-brained schemes, balanced by the common sense of his ever-patient wife, the show featured several regular characters, catch-phrases ("T'ain't funny, McGee!"), and recurring gags.
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"Few radio shows were more beloved than Fibber McGee and Molly, and few play as well a half century later." (Radio Hall of Fame)
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