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Vic and Sade

Paul Rhymer

Vic and Sade

the best radio plays of Paul Rhymer

by Paul Rhymer

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  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Seabury Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radio plays, American.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesVic and Sade (Radio program)
    Statementedited by Mary Frances Rhymer ; foreword by Jean Shepherd.
    SeriesA Continuum book
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3568.H9 V5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 238 p. ;
    Number of Pages238
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5214441M
    ISBN 100816492840
    LC Control Number75044426
    OCLC/WorldCa1976159

    About the Book Vic and Sade, an often absurd situation comedy written by the prolific Paul Rhymer, aired on America’s radios from to (with short-lived revivals afterward). The title characters, known as “radio’s home folks,” were a married couple exploring the comedic side of ordinary life along with their adopted son and an. Secondly, 99% of the newspaper/magazine articles that existed on The Vic and Sade Notebook no longer exist here but have been transferred (or are in the process of being transferred) to a new site, Vic and Sade in Print Media. You can go ahead and check it out, but it's unfinished.

    The Small House Halfway Up in the Next Block book. Read 4 reviews from the world. The Small House Halfway Up in the Next Block book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Small House Halfway Up in the Next Block book. Read 4 /5. Welcome, welcome to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Gook, better known as Vic and Sade. Go get cozy with this delightful run of the mill and charmingly .

    Vic and Sade Tribute Vic and Sade was an American radio program created and written by Paul Rhymer. It was regularly broadcast on radio from to , then intermittently until , and was briefly adapted to television in and again in Vic and Sade went off the air Septem but was brought back several times. In , the cast was augmented to include many characters who were previously only talked about. In it was a summer replacement series, now in a half-hour format and played in front of a live studio audience.


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Vic & Sade was a sly, subtle, satirical soap spoof, with short 10 - 15 minute episodes. This book is an insider's remembrance of the show - the author played the boy of the family, Rush Gook, leftmost on the cover.

Caution - there are a few bawdy moments as he recounts jokes and stories. There are also some selections of dialogue from the show itself/5(9). The subtitle pretty much sums up the book. Growing from his love for VIC AND SADE, the author explores some of the deeper meanings and themes beneath the absurdity and humor.

The book has what you are probably looking for and expecting to find: A brief biography about Paul Rhymer and the origin and early years of Vic and Sade.5/5(4). Vic and Sade Audio Cassette – October 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Audio, Cassette, October 1, "Please retry" $ $ $ Audio, Cassette $ 2 Used from $ Format: Audio, Cassette.

"Vic and Sade" is an unfortunately neglected American dramatic and literary, masterpiece that used the media of radio.

School drama depts. should resurrect it. out of 5 stars Perfect. Reviewed in the United States on Janu /5(5).

Paul Rhymer's creation of VIC AND SADE began on radio in as a two-character play featuring Art Van Harvey and Bernadine Flynn. Bill Idelson was eventually added to the cast, as nine-year-old Rush, and Idelson is the man behind this fascinating book that tells the story of one of radio's most relished programs/5(5).

Book Description: Preface to Vic and Sade provides scholarly treatment of the old time radio program Vic and Sade and its author Paul Rhymer (). The book sheds new light on traditional assumptions about humor, literature, and literary theory, and it situates Vic and Sade within a contemporary context.

Vic and Sade captures the Midwestern dialect and democratic attitude of a different era. Paul Rhymer gets justly praised by many reviewers, but in my opinion the acting is also pretty tremendous. Billy Idelson's enthusiasm and earnest self-importance make me smile.

The book's first chapter is devoted to Rhymer's pre-Vic and Sade writings. Hetherington points out in his examples how Rhymer seemed to be years ahead of others in the humor department. Hetherington points out in his examples how Rhymer seemed to be years ahead of others in the humor department.

Hiya friends of Vic and Sade - "Mis' Crowe" here. A few years ago, Jimbo, the owner of this website, wrote to me to let me know that he had a heart condition, and was worried that no one would be around to take care of his websites after he was gone.

Vic and Sade: The Best Radio Plays of Paul Rhymer (A Continuum Book) by Paul Rhymer (). Paul Rhymer's creation of VIC AND SADE began on radio in as a two-character play featuring Art Van Harvey and Bernadine Flynn. Bill Idelson was eventually added to the cast, as nine-year-old Rush, and Idelson is the man behind this fascinating book that tells the story of one of radio's most relished programs.

I rushed home from school in Chicago to hear the latest 15 minute episode of Vic and Sade. I have several books now. One by Paul Rhymer's wife.

It's fun to read them over and over. Daughter Jan is a fan and she told me of this site. A high school friend went everyday by the L to do a show in Chicago on radio.

Paul Rhymer's creation of VIC AND SADE began on radio in as a two-character play featuring Art Van Harvey and Bernadine Flynn. Bill Idelson was eventually added to the cast, as nine-year-old Rush, and Idelson is the man behind this fascinating book that tells the story of one of radio's most relished : BearManor Media.

Addeddate Boxid OL External_metadata_update TZ Format Audio Identifier VicandSade Keywords Vic and Sade. Book Description: Anticipated by the Preface to Vic and Sade detailed above, the complete Vic and Sade writings of Paul Rhymer are print-ready.

Format is negotiable but I recommend either production script layout (as it was originally used) in quarto binding, or the more reader-friendly octavo layout, or a multi-column folio layout. Detailing the characters from the radio show, "Vic and Sade." All characters are from the mind of writer, Paul Rhymer.

Vic and Sade [1] Vic and Sade was an American radio program created and written by Paul Rhymer. It was regularly broadcast on radio from tothen intermittently untiland was briefly adapted to television in and again in Vic and Sade TV Show "New Lodge Catalog" 15 mins. on Homemade DVD A kinescope recording from WNBQ-TV Chicago - circa $ Plus $ S&H.

The book by John Hetherington, Vic and Sade on the Radio: A Cultural History of Paul Rhymer's Daytime Seriesis full of new material and it has opened up a whole new avenue and spectrum of previously unknown information for the Vic and Sade fan. Hetherington has provided me with lots of information and has patiently answered at.

For years, I assumed it would be impossible to get the "Vic and Sade" audio that belonged to the Library of Congress.

I am sure a lot of you assumed the same thing. Well, I just found out that Barbara Schwarz obtained a lot of that material from the LOC for The Friends of Vic and Sade, (I assume in the 's). The book by John Hetherington, Vic and Sade on the Radio: A Cultural History of Paul Rhymer's Daytime Seriesis full of new material and it has opened up a whole new avenue and spectrum of previously unknown information for the Vic and Sade fan.

Mr. Hetherington has provided me with lots of information and has patiently answered at least a zillion questions and. Just recently McFarland mailed me a complimentary copy of John T. Hetherington's new book, Vic and Sade: A Cultural History of Paul Rhymer's Daytime Series, The subtitle pretty much sums up the book.

Growing from his love for Vic and Sade, the author explores some of the deeper meanings and themes beneath the absurdity and. Preface to Vic and Sade provides scholarly treatment of the old time radio program Vic and Sade and its author Paul Rhymer. The book sheds new light on traditional assumptions about humor, literature, and literary theory, and it situates Vic and Sade within a contemporary : Len Ayers.