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Folk Tales of the American Road
Airdate: Monday - November 1, 1965

WOR Show
Original Airing

First Line After Theme Ends
I am in this phone booth see. . . 
Show Description
Phone booths - getting in touch with mother or friends. Clling Marie - A number on a phone booth catches his interest. After dialing several time and chickening out, he goes through with it. It is answered by someone in the San Francisco Control Tower. "You calling from that phone booth at the Fairmont Hotel - that's six times this week!" Franklin Indiana - Looking for an open garage at 2:15 in the morning. Iona Pearl Bodkin - A neighbor who lived briefly on the block. He and Bruner Jr never looked at her the same way after one day her dress blew up around her neck exposing her black underwear. Folklore of the open road - the phantom rig. Worked on the road riding shotgun in a big Reo truck for about 3 weeks. Driver tells him about driving out of Wheeling Folklore of the sea - talks about myths on the sea amongst navy personel.
55" show recorded 10/26 for KFRC-FM San Francisco The song Shep sings in the shower - the singing commercial for "Mission Bell Wine"
No Commercials or Commercials Cut
Tiger Rag
Engineer and other Staff in Booth
Bob Considine
By: Jim Clavin
Date: -
Rating: Not Rated
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