Fantasy and Reality
Thursday - August 25, 1966
WOR Show Original Airing
First Line After Theme Ends
Alvin, would you please provide me with some suitable romantic music. . .
Shep opens by reading an article about a 59 year old Salvation Army Colonel who was found guilty of heavy petting in the bushes. "She was a cuddly sort of girl".
Shep says he'll get blamed for reporting the article. The reporter is always blamed for the event.
This leads to a discussion of Fantasy vs. Reality. How drug addicts substitute drugs for life, animal lovers substitute the love of their animal for real love.
He says this is a theme that runs through his work - the constant battle between reality and a dream.
WWII was about a nation who believed they were the supreme creation of mankind.
Anything you do, give it enough publicity and it will go.
Real life is a fantasy to some people. The more you spend the better it is. Fantasy with people is if it is free, it's no good.
A discussion about movies based on reality and those based on fantasy.
Write a play and then reverse the male dialog with the female dialog and it'll become a hit.
Confusion between civil rights & success and happiness.
Cheap Gutar Music
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