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Alois Havrilla (1891–1952)


Veteran Radio announcer, in 1935 received an award from American Academy of Arts and Letters terming him the country's best radio announcer. Also worked for Universal, Paramount Pictorial and Pathe Studios. See full bio »

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Sweet Surrender Alois Havrilla, Radio Announcer
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Thought for Food Television Announcer
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 1935 Sweet Surrender
Alois Havrilla, Radio Announcer
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