In the twilight of radio's Golden Age, none carried the comedy torch higher or farther than Bob (Elliott) and Ray (Goulding). Their wacky but on-the-mark satire led them from obscure announcing jobs at a local station to network radio, television and the stage. Part of their success was due to a fellow named Tom Koch, who wrote many of their hilarious sketches. This is Tom’s own story of his association with the beloved team. And it can be yours at what Bob or Ray would call “the laughably low (ho, ho!) price of just $8.50!” At 57 pages, it’s conveniently sized to fit inside your lunchbox or conceal behind the covers of a more respectable book. Laugh-In alumnus Gary Owens says: “I love it. I will put it next to my Captain Marvel necktie, my Porky Pig soap dish and my bottomless Don Knotts calendar.”
Softcover, 5.5” x 8.5”, 57 pgs.
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