That's Show Biz
Nov 13, 2014
Entertainment influences just about everyone not living in a cave. So we can hardly exclude it from a program in "public affairs". Today we'll look back at our interview with Norman Lloyd, associate of Orson Welles, tennis mate of Charlie Chaplin, director for Alfred Hitchcock (and a working actor still) on the occasion of his 100th birthday! And we talk with voice actor Corey Burton whom we caught up with the tribute for Stan Freberg, legendary lampooner of American culture.
We hope to have more to say about Freberg in the future and note that traveling to Los Angeles for the program has yielded us wonderful chats with author Ray Bradbury, famous radio director Norman Corwin, and Fireside Theater veteran Phil Proctor. Clearly, we should head south more often in 2015.