Marie Wilson was one of the best of the "dumb blondes" of the 1930s and 1940s, but what most people don’t know is that she was a highly intelligent woman who painstakingly created her persona in movies, on radio, and on television.
This book includes a complete log of the classic American television series episodes in which she appeared, My Friend Irma (1952-1953).
". . . an enjoyable read and something that would be welcomed by casual fans of Wilson, and those who are interested in a serious study of radio comedy and vaudeville since Wilson was a regular in Ken Murray's blackout." -Radiogram
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Charles Tranberg is great at writing well-documented biographies. And this is book is no different. If you never knew of or heard of Marie Wilson, you'll be well familiarized with her after reading this book.