QUIZ FIZZLES by Jack -- Ed. Cluett


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A party to the type of humor that Juliet Lowell, in her Dear Sir and its successors, has promoted depends on ignorant answers on radio and TV quiz programs for its laughs. Schoolboys in their Honers are fresher for here there's a feeling of all for a gag rather than a natural misunderstanding or an unexpected faux pas. However with dollar items good for a plus sale and easy moving merchandise, the misinformation assembled here may have a merry market, spurred, too, by Roy Doty's blithe black and white spots -- which are most understanding.

Pub Date: Oct. 6th, 1954
Publisher: Lippincott