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Idealna strona.

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Great Alan!

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Great book.

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As Chairman of the Board of the 382 member organization known as "The Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia," let me just say that it is wonderful that the Scott family is doing this project. It sort of goes hand-in-hand with what our organization is doing. We are preserving for the future audio, video, paper (scripts, photos, etc.) We have tens of thousands of photos, nearly that many radio programs and over a thousand TV shows, most on the original professional broadcast tape, donated by Philadelphia TV stations. But so much is missing.

I was delighted a few years ago that we inducted Alan into our Hall of Fame. On November 19, 2010, we will be inducting Joe Earley who played Mr. Rivets with Alan. We had previously inducted Jane King Hall into our Hall of Fame. Jane did commercials on "Let Scott Do It" and sometimes provided homemaker tips. So all air talent from "Let Scott Do It" will now be in our Hall of Fame.

I was also one of the kids who watched "Let Scott Do It." It was a wonderful show. I remember it fondly.

As a broadcast historian, I must say how important it is to preserve for future generations what happened in the past. Philadelphia was a rich marketplace, especially in the early days of radio and television. Alan is certainly a large part of that history.

Remember, history is only what gets saved. If no one ever saved a painting of George Washington, how would we know what he looked like?


Added: August 14, 2010
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I'm 63 years old and grew up in Upper Darby. I certainly remember your dad during his days in Philadelphia. Until I viewed the video I had forgotten all about "Mr. Rivets". Thanks for bringing back that memory as well. I'm sure I'll check in on your site from time to time to see if there is anything new. Its a great tribute to your father!

Added: January 31, 2010
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