Fred Allen (1894-1956) was a well-known comedian who starred in productions on Broadway, radio, television and film. His credits include the Broadway shows "The Passing Show of 1922" and "The Greenwich Village Follies", the television show "Judge for Yourself" and the films "Thanks a Million" and "Love Thy Neighbor". He also produced, wrote, and starred in the radio program "The Fred Allen Show" from 1939 to 1949.
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This file consists of an original annotated radio script written by an unknown author for Fred Allen, as well as a fake commercial about bagels. The script is a dialogue between Fred, a man named Kenny and another person named Portland, which may be a reference to Fred Allen's wife, Portland Hoffa.