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Who is Paul Rhymer?
Paul Rhymer: Paul Mills Rhymer was a United States scriptwriter and humorist best known as the creator of radio's long-run Vic and Sade series. With a listening audience of 7,000,000, Vic and Sade was voted the number one daytime radio series in 1942, and Rhymer is regarded by many as one of the great humorists of the 20th Century.
- born on (110 years ago) in Fulton
- nationality: United States of America
- education: Illinois Wesleyan University
- profession: Screenwriter, humorist
- died on (51 years ago)
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Creator/Writer Paul Rhymer Directors Caldwell Cline, Clarence Menser, Earl Ebi, Paul Rhymer, Homer Heck, Charles Rinehardt, Ted MacMurray, and Roy Winsor Programming History NBC Blue/NBC 1932–44 Red/NBC CBS May ...
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