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Friends of Old-Time Radio Convention Pics
These photographs were taken at the 21th Annual Friends of Old-Time Radio Convention in Newark, NJ on October 18, 1996.
National Broadcasting Hall of Fame Award
Eddie Bracken, after receiving his award, talks about his long carreer.
Bobby Benson Recreation
Fred Foy takes the convention to the B-Bar-B Ranch!
The cast of Bobby Benson
Will "Sugarfoot" Hutchins and Ivan Cury (Bobby Benson)
Jack French, Earl George, and Fred Foy
Mysterious Traveller Recreation
The audience, including Earl George and Gene Rayburn, enjoy the performance
Anthony Tolin directs George Ansboro and Lon Clark
While Lon Clark (Nick Carter) performs vocally, Bob Mott and Ray Erlenborn paint the sound pictures.
Arthur Anderson and Ralph Bell perform
Anthony Tollin directs with gusto!
Ralph Bell receiving an award from Anthony Tollin
The cast accepts well-deserved applause
After the performance, Earl George and Lon Clark chat
Ralph Bell, talking to Earl George