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 1939 anti-war story by Dalton Trumbo
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 James Cagney
 Deidzoeb  
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The story of Joe Bonham, an American World War I infantryman who was horribly maimed in combat. Bonham survives an explosion, but loses not only his arms and legs, but his ears, eyes, nose, and mouth, making him immobile, deaf, blind, and mute. Bonham doe
Broadcast March 9, 1940 on "Arch Oboler's Plays" this radio adaptation was written by Arch Oboler and stars James Cagney. Dalton Trumbo wrote the novel in 1939.
Obviously I wasn't the "producer" of this show. It's hosted on archive.org with no copyright or creative commons notice, so I assume it's public domain.

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00:29:53 English 1940-03-09
 
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