Three Soldiers

Sunday, June 02, 1940

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

Radio dramatization of book by John Dos Passos. Radio adaptation by Edward M. Goldberger (d. 2004). Directed by Mitchell Grayson. With David Eaton as Andrews, Charles Trayner as Chrisfield, and Ralph Elliott as Fuselli. Also in the cast: Gene Logan, Alan Harvey, George Madison, Nathan Ackerman, Shelly Hall, and Wyman Holmes. Engineers: David M. Wright, Joe R. Lewis. Special effects by Frank Birmingham.

Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection

WNYC archives id: 39321


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About Life and Works

Not quite a radio play, and not quite an audio book, Life and Works is a radio presentation of great works of literature.

In association with New York Public Library, this program (1940) strives to share "a good story told admirably."  Celebrating classic works by American authors, presenters also provide lively literary and biographical context. Scripts were written by Edward Goldberger and programs were produced by Mitchell Grayson.


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