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Norman M. Stone

Norman M. Stone appears in the following:

Drunken Sailor

Wednesday, December 18, 1946

Antioch college intern Rod Serling in one of his earliest radio appearances as a drunken sailor robbing a couple on WNYC's Toward a Return to Society, a Department of Correction program.

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Boy Steals Radio : Second Version

Wednesday, December 11, 1946

This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.

WNYC's public service series with NYC Department of Correction. Dramatization and meeting of Corrections Classification Board. Boy steals radio and thinks it's his ticket to the future. After dramatization, Classification Board ...

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Boy Steals Radio

Wednesday, December 11, 1946

A young man steals a radio to "get away." He ends up in Riker's, where panel of psychologists makes recommendations for his rehabilitation. 

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Bill Steals a Topcoat

Tuesday, November 05, 1946

Bill, cold and jobless in New York City, steals a topcoat. The classification board discusses the possibility of teaching him a mechanical trade and giving him plastic surgery.

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Embezzler : Second Version Classification Board Only

Tuesday, November 05, 1946

This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.

WNYC's public service series with NYC Department of Correction.

Classification Board [not listed] Captain Jerome Adler, Captain in charge of classification and assignment at Riker's Island; Dr. Bertram ...

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A Lonely Bookkeeper Turns to Crime

Tuesday, November 05, 1946

A lonely immigrant steals thousands of dollars from his company welfare fund. The classification board discusses a program to rehabilitate him and to draw him out of his shell.

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The Infatuated Embezzler

Wednesday, October 30, 1946

A man grows so infatuated with a beautician that he steals thousands of dollars to make her his paramour. The classification board considers his case.

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Get Thee To The Piggery!

Wednesday, October 30, 1946

The classification board discusses a "juvenile deliquent" with Huntington's disease, and possible trades he could learn at Riker's Island.

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