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Behind Your Radio Dial (1948)

Familiar radio voice Ben Grauer leads the viewer on a behind the scenes tour of the National Broadcasting Company studios, both in Rockefeller Center and Hollywood.

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(as Edward J. Montagne)

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Parker Fennelly ...
Titus Moody
Ben Grauer ...
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H.V. Kaltenborn ...
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Graham McNamee ...
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Herbert Morrison ...
'Hindenburg' disaster announcer (voice) (archive footage)
Wiley Post ...
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Himself (archive footage) (as Franklin Delano Roosevelt)
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Familiar radio voice Ben Grauer leads the viewer on a behind the scenes tour of the National Broadcasting Company studios, both in Rockefeller Center and Hollywood.

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Genres:

Documentary | Short

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Trivia

Alan Shulman, who composed the music for this film short, was a member of the NBC Symphony Orchestra, which Arturo Toscanini conducted. See more »

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Features Hymn of the Nations (1944) See more »

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