Jim Panzee & Friends Funtime Radio Hour
A celebration of the popular, politically incorrect late-1930's/early 1940's children's radio show. In it's time, it brought listeners such acts as puppets doing serious news, alcoholic Russian plate-spinners, a corrupt and schizophrenic educator, a not-so-in-the-closet crooner, and various guests. All while broadcasting from a studio that doubled as a halfway house for ex-convicts. Listen to what made the history of the program so unusual while being so typical for it's time, and what the future holds for the Jim Panzee name.
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