What TV show was one of Richard Nixon's speechwriters Paul Keyes once the head writer for?
#123076. Asked by 29CoveRoad. (Aug 15 11 11:02 PM)
Running from the 1930s through the 1950s, Front Page Drama was a popular radio program sponsored by The American Weekly Magazine. It is also known as The American Weekly Program, as the radio stories were adapted from stories in the magazine by the same name. Emmy Award winning writer and producer Paul W. Keyes got his start on Hearst Radio directing Front Page Drama. He later went on to write and produce Dean Martin's show and "Laugh-In" and be a consultant for Richard Nixon.
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