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Easy Aces was a popular American radio comedy show that ran from 1930 to 1945. The show was created and written by Goodman Ace and starred Goodman and his wife, Jane. The show was known for its low-key humor and its use of everyday situations to create comedy.

The show was originally broadcast on the Mutual Broadcasting System, but it later moved to the CBS Radio Network. It was one of the most popular radio shows of its time, and it was syndicated in over 100 cities.

The show was broadcast live from New York City, and it featured a simple format. Goodman and Jane would sit in a living room setting and have conversations about their lives. The conversations would often be interrupted by phone calls from friends, family, and neighbors.

The show was known for its use of malapropisms, which are unintentional misuses of words. Jane was particularly prone to malapropisms, and she would often say things like "I'm going to the bank to get some more nougats" or "I'm going to the store to get some more ink blots."

The show was also known for its use of puns. Goodman and Jane would often make puns on the names of people or places. For example, they would say things like "I went to the store to buy some more taffy, but they were all out of taffy."

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Easy Aces was a popular American radio comedy show that ran from 1930 to 1945. The show was created and written by Goodman Ace and starred Goodman and his wife, Jane. The show was known for its low-key humor and its use of everyday situations to create comedy. The show was originally broadcast on the Mutual Broadcasting System, but it later moved to the CBS Radio Network. It was one of the most popular radio shows of its time, and it was syndicated in over 100 cities. The show was broadcast live from New York City, and it featured a simple format. Goodman and Jane would sit in a living room setting and have conversations about their lives. The conversations would often be interrupted by phone calls from friends, family, and neighbors. The show was known for its use of malapropisms, which are unintentional misuses of words. Jane was particularly prone to malapropisms, and she would often say things like "I'm going to the bank to get some more nougats" or "I'm going to the store to get some more ink blots." The show was also known for its use of puns. Goodman and Jane would often make puns on the names of people or places. For example, they would say things like "I went to the store to buy some more taffy, but they were all out of taffy." Listen to our radio station Old Time Radio https://link.radioking.com/otradio Listen to other Shows at My Classic Radio https://www.myclassicradio.net/ Remember that times have changed, and some shows might not reflect the standards of today’s politically correct society. The shows do not necessarily reflect the views, standards, or beliefs of Entertainment Radio leer más leer menos
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