PG | | Comedy
A nostalgic look at radio's golden age focusing on one ordinary family and the various performers in the medium.
Woody Allen once said of this film in an interview with Stig Björkman: I think of Radio Days (1987) basically as a cartoon. If you look at my mother, my Uncle Abe, my schoolteacher, my grandparents, they were supposed to be cartoon exaggerations of what my real-life people were like".
You're lucky I love you, you old douchebag.
The burglars turn on a radio and instantly hear sound, when the vacuum tubes should have taken longer to warm up.
English, Spanish, Italian
$1,522,423 (USA) (1 February 1987)
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