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OCTOBER 14, 2010
1934 - 70th Anniversary Edition
In 2004 we reprinted our first edition of The
Lum and Abner Scripts
.  This 94-page
softcover book contains 23 typeset scripts,
all that exist (to our knowledge) from 1934.  
Also included is a "Preface" explaining the
project by the NLAS "Ossifers," a copy of
one of the actual hard-to-read script pages
plus a three-page, illustrated "Introduction"
by Tim Hollis.  The cover art
is by Donnie Pitchford.
The Courtship of Spud Gandel,
published in 2004, features the extant
and Abner
scripts from July 1937.  This
volume contains 64 pages, including an
"Introduction" by Tim Hollis explaining the
series.  These programs chronicle the
budding romance between Spud Gandel
(originally played by Jerry Hausner, Norris
Goff took the role over when Hausner
became unavailable) and Lum's
lady friend, Evalena Schultz.
The cover art is by Donnie Pitchford.
The Lum and Abner Scripts
The National Lum and Abner Society published a series of these books.  We recently sold our
final copies/  These contained typeset versions of vintage
Lum and Abner scripts faithfully
taken from the original typed copies used in live broadcasts by Chet Lauck and Norris Goff.  
To our knowledge, recordings of these scripts do not exist (dad-blame it).