"It seems to me that to organize on the basis of feeding people or righting social injustice and all that is very valuable. But to rally people around the idea of modernism, modernity, or something is simply silly. I mean, I don't know what kind of a cause that is, to be up to date. I think it ultimately leads to fashion and snobbery and I'm against it."
Jack Levine: January 3, 1915 – November 8, 2010
Saturday, July 20, 2019
Saturday Night Radio Drama - Rod Serling (presents) - Zero Hour - Two Stories (with period commercials!)
LOST IN TIME
FACE OF THE FOE
Murders, scary stuff, disturbing stuff, typical light summer fare when it's too hot to live. I'm going to go lie in a cold wire chair in front of a fan till September. At least that's my plan this afternoon.
Rod Serling wrote affectionately of his early work in the waning years of American radio drama, he loved the freedom the inexpensive format and indifference of executives allowed him. He revived it in the early 70s, after his TV show was cancelled.