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Summary

Success Through Spells - Magic Twig
Airdate: Monday - November 8, 1965

WOR Show
Original Airing

First Line After Theme Ends
All right before we get started we must warn you once again. . .
Show Description
Tonights show is about success. Shep sings "If I had the Wings of an Angel" Life Magazine add for nylon zippers. Don't let your zipper stand in your way to success. The nylon zipper doesn't shine the the metal ones! "Stink Out" - the magic blue gargle.Shep does a mock commercial for "Stink Out" with the magic blue oscillating bubbles. "It ain't what you know - it's who you know." Shep tells about how his father sits at the table moaning about being passed over for a promotion. Magical, mystical spells. Shep reads ad for a revealing book of magic spells that give you mystical powers instantly. The magic twig. Shep fantasizes that He is put in charge of WOR, then the the 'Magic Twig' is stolen by a counter spell and the bubble is burst!
Notes
Matt is engineer Shep notes that he worked at Flick's Tavern cleaning up and cooking the fish on Fridays.
Commercials (All times approximate)
Music (All times approximate)
Show Notes - Things Shep Referred to, Dating Related, or Just Plain Interesting
Notes
This show is most likely from a different date. The other show date 11/8 is more or less confirmed through notes by Max and Goldindex
Very noisy - Both these shows had the same date. - I suspect that the second show is dated correctly, as it appeared in sequence on the masters. I'm told the great blackout was on November 9, 1965, so it is unlikely there would have been a broadcast, let alone a tape!
Misc
Engineer and Staff in Booth Summary/Rating Credit Instruments Played
By: Jim Clavin
Date:
Rating: Not Rated
Jews Harp
Airdate History ' - Original' date is earliest known broadcast)
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