Comic Weekly Man aired on the Mutual Broadcasting Network 1947 to 1954 and was a show where the Comic Weekly Man would read the Sunday comics in a dramatic fashion, complete with music and sound effects as well.
Adults and children of all ages would tune in to hear the show and to enjoy the antics of the Comic Weekly Man. He read from such strips as Blondie, Beetle Bailey, Hi and Lois, and many, many others. These were taken from the Hearst newspaper's Sunday funnies "Puck: The Comic Weekly" section of the paper. They show's theme song starts with:
"I am the Comic Weekly Man, the jolly Comic Weekly Man and I'm here to read the funnies to you happy boys and honeys."
Comic Weekly Man was never credited on the programme, but he was the very talented Lon Clark (1912-1998). He is best known for playing the lead in the "Nick Carter, Master Detective" radio show, but he also appeared in a great many other programs. Lon Clark voiced all the male parts and Little Miss Honey, a female assistant, most of the female ones.
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