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Information Please! Edited by Don Golen Paul Based on the Famous Radio Program

Information Please! Edited by Don Golen Paul Based on the Famous Radio Program

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Book Condition: Used--Good
Binding: Hardcover
Simon and Schuster
Copyright 1939
A Game Book Based on the Famous Radio Program
Pages: 258
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A game book based on the famous radio program starring Clifton Fadiman, Franklin P. Adams, John Kieran, Oscar Levant, and the other celebrated 'Information, Please!' experts.

"The radio program, 'Information Please!' on which we have based this book, was created to give the public an opportunity to stump the experts. Every home may not have a professional expert on hand, but we are sure you will find many in your own family or among your friends who will be glad to play the part. As a matter of fact, you don't have to be an expert to play 'Information, Please!' Very few of the questions are tricky or specialized. The majority have been selected for their general interest and appeal."

Detailed Book Condition:
--This book has light wear.
--There is NO dust jacket, but the flaps of the missing dust jacket have been glued to the inside front and back covers.
--There are no torn of dog-eared pages.
--This book was a library book and has card holder, stamp, and reference sticker.
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