A MPSIMS fit for Cafe Society:
I was just reading the GQ re: the War of the Worlds radio broadcast panic, and one of the posters mentioned that it was on opposite Charlie McCarthy and Edgar Bergen. Edgar Bergen. The ventriloquist. With his dummy, Charlie McCarthy.
Does anyone else find this odd? How does one become famous and successful from performing ventriloquism on the radio?
But then again, I guess our grandkids will say, “Howard Stern had women get naked … on the radio? Huh?”