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AMERICA SINCE THE BOMB

Synopsis

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6: The
Investigator by Reuben Ship
A satirical extravaganza from the days of McCarthyism with John Orainie as The Investigator
' There's no one so high or so low, as to make him immune to investigation where there is the slightest trace of evidence that his actions or beliefs are detrimental to the interests of this country.'
TilE INVESTIGATOR
Music by Lucio AGOSTINI
Produced for the CBC in 1954 by ANDREW ALLAN on a gramophone record
To be repeated on November 8
The Folk Song Army, by Alan Lomax : October 22

Contributors

Unknown: Reuben Ship
Unknown: John Orainie
Music By: Lucio Agostini
Unknown: Andrew Allan
Unknown: Alan Lomax

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AMERICA SINCE THE BOMB

Network Three, 20 October 1966 19.30






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