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The Voice Of Will Rogers Comedy Record Album MP3 CD, Download, USB

The Voice Of Will Rogers Comedy Record Album MP3 CD, Download, USB
The Voice Of Will Rogers Comedy Record Album MP3 CD, Download, USB
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1973's Rare ''The Voice Of Will Rogers: 'I Never Met A Man I Didn't Like''' Comedy Album LP Collection Of Some Of The Great American Humorist's Funniest Insights Into American Life And Politics, Produced By American Heritage And Presented As An Archival Quality MP3 CD, MP3 Audio Download Or USB Flash Drive! #VoiceOfWillRogers #WillRogers #ComedyAlbums #Cowboys #Humorists #SocialCommentators #NativefAmericans #Cherokees #CherokeeIndians #AmericanIndians #AmericanComedy #SiegfieldFollies #MP3 #CD #AudioDownload #USBFlashDrive


Contents:

Side One: 1. Timely Topics, Early 1920s

2. Address To Traffic Chiefs, 1922

3. Unemployment Speech, October 18, 1931

4. Democratic Convention, 1932

5. President's Day, April 30, 1933

6. "Badwill" Tour, July 9, 1934

7. Treaties, March 31, 1935

Side Two: 1. Government Spending, April 7, 1935

2. Pilgrims and Pioneers, April 14, 1935

3. Inheritance Taxes, April 28, 1935

4. Mother's Day, May 12, 1935

5. Congressional Record, May 12, 1935

6. Supreme Court, June 2, 1935

7. Last Broadcast, June 9, 1935


William Penn Adair Rogers (November 4, 1879 - August 15, 1935), Cherokee Indian/American stage and film actor, vaudeville performer, cowboy, humorist, newspaper columnist, and social commentator known as "Oklahoma's Favorite Son" was born to a Cherokee family as a Cherokee citizen in the Cherokee Nation in Oologah, Indian Territory (now Oklahoma). K. As an entertainer and humorist, he traveled around the world three times, made 71 films (50 silent films and 21 "talkies"), and wrote more than 4,000 nationally syndicated newspaper columns. By the mid-1930s, Rogers was hugely popular in the United States for his leading political wit and was the highest paid of Hollywood film stars. He died in 1935 with aviator Wiley Post when their small airplane crashed near Point Barrow in northern Alaska. Rogers's vaudeville rope act led to success in the Ziegfeld Follies, which in turn led to the first of his many movie contracts. His 1920s syndicated newspaper column and his radio appearances increased his visibility and popularity. Rogers crusaded for aviation expansion and provided Americans with first-hand accounts of his world travels. His earthy anecdotes and folksy style allowed him to poke fun at gangsters, prohibition, politicians, government programs, and a host of other controversial topics in a way that found general acclaim from a national audience with no one offended. His aphorisms, couched in humorous terms, were widely quoted: "I am not a member of an organized political party. I am a Democrat." Will Rogers in the film Down to Earth, from The Film Daily, 1932 One of Rogers's most famous sayings was "I never met a man I didn't like" and he even provided an epigram on this famous epigram: "When I die, my epitaph, or whatever you call those signs on gravestones, is going to read: "I joked about every prominent man of my time, but I never met a man I dident [sic] like." I am so proud of that, I can hardly wait to die so it can be carved." All I know is what I read in the newspapers," he once joked.