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Publisher's Summary

This radio dramatization of the classic movie, which originally starred Joan Crawford, Melvyn Douglas, and Conrad Veidt, aired on April 19, 1942.
Hear more collections of radio movie dramatizations, or listen to all of the individual programs by themselves!
©2006 Radio Spirits Inc. (P)2006 Radio Spirits Inc.

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Parts of the recording are a bit grainy, but for fans the great Conrad Veidt, it is delight to hear him reprise his role in the film of the same name.

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Volume would go up and down

It was very hard to hear at full volume most of the time. Then it would get louder, then softer again.

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Utter Nonsense

Poor story, over acting and over all utter nonsense. Very let down. Davis has made some good films and plays and like all actors, some real stinkers and this radio production is one of them.