Wednesday, September 8, 2021

HAMMETT HERALD-TRIBUNE: The Thin Man Radio Show (1941) Part 4

Fresno Bee Republican, Aug. 26, 1941

Honolulu Advertiser, Aug. 31, 1941

Shreveport Times, Sept. 10, 1941

Fresno Bee Republican, Sept. 30, 1941

Honolulu Advertiser, Oct. 19, 1941

Minneapolis Star, Nov. 5, 1941

1 comment:

Todd Mason said...

1941. KGU in Honolulu. A few months before Pearl Harbor.

1979. My mother, younger sister and I move to Honolulu, to move into the temporary one-bedroom apartment my father has been living in for a couple of months, having taken a sector-manager job in the FAA. We're too crowded, and Dad hasn't had a chance to look for houses while Mom has been taking care of the final details of the sale of the house in New Hampshire.

Among the things I do, while getting a little space to myself, I go downstairs to the condo lobby at Discovery Bay and read the fiction magazine back issues I buy at Froggie's used book, record and magazine store, or while the folks are watching MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE repeats on the living room tv, I decamp to their bedroom and listen to THE SEARS RADIO THEATER and THE CBS RADIO MYSTERY THEATER at 8-10pm on the CBS news radio station KHVH, though KGU is still with us, just less interesting.