ISSUE DATE: Aug. 31, 1936
Easy-going and informal, Clark Gable is credited with breaking the Hollywood taboo against permitting audiences at broadcasts. He made his radio debut two years ago. Since then, Gable’s radio appearances have been judiciously spaced.
Like most stars, he is as well pleased with radio as radio is with him. The work is light, two or three rehearsals and a performance from a written script. The monetary windfall comes in handy, even for one who earns some $150,000 a year from screen work.
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