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  • Writing the Great American Screenplay | Richard Walter,William Froug

    Writing the Great American Screenplay

    • ORIGINAL (2 hrs and 47 mins)
    • By Richard Walter, William Froug
    • Narrated By Richard Walter, William Froug
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    Writers once dreamed of writing novels. Now screenplays top the dream list. Hear two top teachers explain the sometimes ungentle art of writing salable movie and television scripts.

    Ronald says: "Enjoyable to listen to, but not much use."
  • CBS Radio Workshop, Volume 5 | William Froug

    CBS Radio Workshop, Volume 5

    • ORIGINAL (8 hrs and 6 mins)
    • By William Froug
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    The Age of Classic Radio was a time of innovation and experimentation, especially in terms of radio drama. A program that took the best of what had come before it and succeeded even further in production, performance, and storytelling actually debuted at the end of Radio's Golden Age. A direct descendant of the Columbia Workshop, CBS Radio Workshop not only continued to push boundaries in terms of utilizing story, music, voice and more in exciting, modern ways, it broke new ground in radio drama.

  • CBS Radio Workshop, Volume 4 | William Froug

    CBS Radio Workshop, Volume 4

    • ORIGINAL (8 hrs and 9 mins)
    • By William Froug
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    The Age of Classic Radio was a time of innovation and experimentation, especially in terms of radio drama. A program that took the best of what had come before it and succeeded even further in production, performance, and storytelling actually debuted at the end of Radio's Golden Age. A direct descendant of the Columbia Workshop, CBS Radio Workshop not only continued to push boundaries in terms of utilizing story, music, voice and more in exciting, modern ways, it broke new ground in radio drama.

  • Jeff Regan, Investigator: Stand by for Mystery | William Froug,William Fifield

    Jeff Regan, Investigator: Stand by for Mystery

    • ORIGINAL (6 hrs and 4 mins)
    • By William Froug, William Fifield
    • Narrated By Frank Graham, Paul Dubov, Frank Nelson, and others
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    Hard as nails and every bit as sharp, that's Jeff Regan, investigator! Listen in as the top operative of the International Detective Bureau, and his boss, Anthony J. Lyon, scratch the underbelly of postwar urban crime in 12 digitally restored and remastered episodes. Frank Graham and Paul Dubov star as Regan, alongside Frank Nelson, William Conrad, Arthur Q. Bryan, Lurene Tuttle, and more.

    Amazon Customer says: "Short run, but a detective series must have! "
  • CBS Radio Workshop, Volume 1 | William Froug

    CBS Radio Workshop, Volume 1

    • ORIGINAL (5 hrs and 54 mins)
    • By William Froug
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    The age of classic radio was a time of innovation and experimentation, especially in terms of radio drama. A program that took the best of what had come before it and succeeded even further in production, performance, and storytelling actually debuted at the end of Radio's Golden Age. A direct descendant of the Columbia Workshop, CBS Radio Workshop not only continued to push boundaries in terms of utilizing story, music, voice, and more in exciting, modern ways, it broke new ground.

  • CBS Radio Workshop, Volume 2 | William Froug

    CBS Radio Workshop, Volume 2

    • ORIGINAL (6 hrs and 52 mins)
    • By William Froug
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    The age of classic radio was a time of innovation and experimentation, especially in terms of radio drama. A program that took the best of what had come before it and succeeded even further in production, performance, and storytelling actually debuted at the end of Radio's golden age. A direct descendant of the Columbia Workshop, CBS Radio Workshop not only continued to push boundaries in terms of utilizing story, music, voice, and more in exciting, modern ways, it broke new ground.

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