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The wisp of a storyline involves two-bit radio station owner Spud Miller, who doubles as the station's sole announcer while his comic partner Smiley serves as the house crooner. On the verge of bankruptcy, Spud is receptive to the wacky notions of George and Gracie, who've just invented a television device which can pick up and transmit any signal, any time, anywhere.

  1. Norman Taurog

    Director

  2. Francis Martin

    Screenplay

  3. Walter DeLeon

    Screenplay

  4. Ralph Spence

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Jack Oakie

    Jack Oakie

    Spud Miller

  2. George Burns

    George Burns

    George

  3. Gracie Allen

    Gracie Allen

    Gracie

  4. Lyda Roberti

    Lyda Roberti

    Countess Ysobel de Naigila

  5. Wendy Barrie

    Wendy Barrie

    Sue

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The Big Broadcast of 1936

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Status Released

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  • September 20, 1935
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 38m

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