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Two generations of Americans have been informed nightly that a woman who betrayed her husband (or a husband a wife) could never find happiness; that sex was no fun without a mother-in-law and a rubber plant around; that women who fornicated just for pleasure ended up as harlots or washerwomen; that any man who was sexually active in his youth, later lost the one girl he truly loved; that a man ...
Wrote a number of radio plays during the 1940s. For the series "Suspense", he wrote "The Marvelous Barastro," "Beyond Good and Evil," "Crime Without Passion" and "Actor's Blood," which he also starred in (as himself). This seems to be something he enjoyed doing, since he also appeared as himself in a radio adaptation of his film Specter of the Rose
(1946) on "Inner Sanctum Mysteries". The Peter