The Golden Age of Boxing on Radio and Television: A Blow-by-Blow History from 1921 to 1964
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Carrel Books, 2017.
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Frederick V. Romano., & Frederick V. Romano|AUTHOR. (2017). The Golden Age of Boxing on Radio and Television: A Blow-by-Blow History from 1921 to 1964 . Carrel Books.

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Frederick V. Romano and Frederick V. Romano|AUTHOR. 2017. The Golden Age of Boxing On Radio and Television: A Blow-by-Blow History From 1921 to 1964. Carrel Books.

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Frederick V. Romano and Frederick V. Romano|AUTHOR. The Golden Age of Boxing On Radio and Television: A Blow-by-Blow History From 1921 to 1964 Carrel Books, 2017.

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Frederick V. Romano, and Frederick V. Romano|AUTHOR. The Golden Age of Boxing On Radio and Television: A Blow-by-Blow History From 1921 to 1964 Carrel Books, 2017.

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The Golden Age of Boxing on Radio and Television also assays radio and boxing during World War II, the role of organized crime, and the monopolistic practices during the television era. Romano also presents a detailed account of announcers such as Don Dunphy and Ted Husing who brought the action to the listeners and viewers, the many appearances that boxers including Jack Dempsey, Joe Louis, and Rocky Marciano made on radio and television when they were not in the ring, and the mediums' portrayal of the sport in an array of programming from drama to comedy. This is a must-have for all serious boxing fans.
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