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This is an article written in 1939 by a wise old sage who didn't have to spend much time with a "television set" in order to predict the tremor that it was likely to cause in the world of pop-culture:

"Of all the brats, legitimate and otherwise, sired of the entertainment business, the youngest, television, looks as if it would be the hardest to raise and to housebreak..."

Click here to read more articles about early television.
Click here to read about the early Christian broadcasts of televangelist Oral Roberts...

     


Anticipating the Television Juggernaut  (Stage Magazine, 1939)

Anticipating the Television Juggernaut  (Stage Magazine, 1939)

Anticipating the Television Juggernaut  (Stage Magazine, 1939)

Anticipating the Television Juggernaut  (Stage Magazine, 1939)

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