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The Story of Twenty Questions: A Novelized Memoir
by Robert VanDeventer

"Twenty Questions" was one of the first weekly panel quiz shows on the radio. This book was written from the viewpoint of Bobby McGuire, the original juvenile panel member of the "Twenty Questions" program. What’s extraordinary about the book is the intermix of show business euphoria and high school angst that the teenager must face. This conflict, along with his version of the usual problems teenagers face, results in several hilarious and sometimes wrenching adventures in both worlds many of which are themselves extraordinary. And they all really happened.

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Vamp 'Til Ready
by Al Lerner

He is a composer, arranger and consummate musician. His repertoire of songs—classical, jazz and show times—have delighted audiences for over five decades. His performances have spanned the globe, accompanying some of the greatest artists of the Big Band era and the musical world Harry James, Tommy Dorsey, Dick Haymes, Glenn Miller, Frankie Laine, Rosemary Clooney, Kay Starr and Pat Boone! They’ve all benefited from the talent of the one world-class pianist and conductor, a man for all occasions, who knows how to entertain. He is Al Lerner.

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Incorrect Entertainment or Trash from the Past:
A history of political incorrectness and bad taste in 20th century American pop culture

by Anthony Slide

Cultural Historian Anthony Slide, who has been described by the Los Angeles Times as a one-man publishing phenomenon, strikes again with a book guaranteed to contain something OFFENSIVE for everyone.


The Philip Rapp Joke File
by Philip Rapp

For the first time ever, be privy to the open caverns of mirth that is the profilic Philip Rapp joke file! Rapp, writer for Baby Snooks, Eddie Cantor and creator of The Bickersons, wrote and collected jokes for years, drawing from it during his classic radio and TV years. Now the best quips have been compiled in one great and funny illustrated book!


The Television Scripts of Philip Rapp
by Philip Rapp

For the first time, three classic TV scripts have come into print that no one knows. Philip Rapp will remain immortal through his catty creation, The Bickersons, an insanely funny radio vignette that later emerged on television and stage, and which influenced a generation of Honeymooners-loving viewers. But he was a far more prolific author than that. In late 1958, he pitched an idea for a series called Deputy Seraph starring the Marx Brothers, which was to be their penultimate appearance together in film. Around the same time came Joan Davis's Joan of Arkansas, about a dental assistant who is press-ganged into government service. Last, Squeegee was a pilot written for comedian Ben Blue around 1954 and filmed in April 1955. No one has seen these shows—because they were never broadcast! Now, you can read them in The Television Scripts of Philip Rapp—the first book of the last scripts that the Marx Brothers and Joan Davis appeared in.

The Baby Snooks Scripts Vol. 2
by Philip Rapp
Suspense: The Radio Program, Television Program, Comics and Mystery Magazines
by Darryl Shelton
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