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Studio One: The Night America Trembled (1957)
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(Nov 12, 2007)
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The Night America Trembled depicts historic events of 10/30/38. Season 10, Episode 1.
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By J.R. Richards on May 14, 2008
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The most relevant part of the title is 1957. This program tells us more about life in the mid fifties than the late thirties. The attitudes and reactions of the actors are classic starched shirt - up-tight - cold war America. Ed Asner, the actor pictured on the cover, has a very minor roll and almost no dialogue. The running time listed on the package says 90 minutes, but it actually only runs for 45. To me, the most striking thing about the presentation was that the fact that the actors in this version were better than the ones in the original radio plays. The other is that they did not give us the whole program, only bits and pieces interspersed with vignettes of the hapless public running around acting very 1950-ish. Watch this one for a slice of life, but not for a good look at the radio play or its actual effects.
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