Larceny on the Air

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Larceny On The Air is an American black-and-white film about an idealistic young doctor out to stop quack doctors from advertising their fraudulent patent medicines on the radio. He does so at least partly by running his own show on the radio in which he exposes the frauds. He's particularly angered by Kennedy Radium Products which claims its tablets are good for people. They actually caused cancer.

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| 1937 | 1 hr 7 min | 5.3/10
Cast
Robert Livingston, Grace Bradley, Willard Robertson, Pierre Watkin
Director
Irving Pichel
Produced By
Nat Levine, Sol C. Siegel
Language
English
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