Let's Pretend was a long running children's radio series that aired on CBS between March 24, 1934 and October 23, 1954. The creative force behind the show was Nila Mack.
The show's origins can be traced back to October 27, 1928 when 'Aunt Jymmie and Her Tots in Tottyville' began broadcasting. The children's slot then went through a few formats and name changes including: 'The Children's Club Hour', 'The Adventures of Helen and Mary' and 'Land O' Make Believe'.
After 229 broadcasts, Nila Mack was appointed director and the show's title was changed to 'Let's Pretend', 'radio's outstanding children's theater'. The show then ran for over twenty years, producing adaptations of famous tales such as: Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty, The Arabian Nights, Rumpelstiltskin and Cinderella.
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