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Who created the radio program, The
Lives of Harry Lime?

a. Orson Welles
b. Carol Reed
c. Harry Alan Towers
d. Graham Greene
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Program: The Lives of Harry Lime
Episode: The Clay Pidgeon
Broadcast: 8/17/1951
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Answer to last week's Trivia:  

Lux Radio Theatre was first
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a. Chicago
b. New York-Correct!
c. Los Angeles
d. San Francisco
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