PG | | Comedy
A nostalgic look at radio's golden age focusing on one ordinary family and the various performers in the medium.
The film was nominated for two Academy Awards in 1988, for Best Art Direction-Set Decoration and Best Writing - Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen, the latter for Woody Allen, but the picture failed to win an Oscar in either category, losing to The Last Emperor (1987) and John Patrick Shanley ... ...
For some miraculous reason, it's a wonderful feeling having a teacher you've seen dance naked in front of a mirror.
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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