Pulp Magazine Fans Gather in Cranberry Township for the Annual “Pulpfest” | Entertainment


With deep economic uncertainty lingering at home and the clouds of fascism building abroad, Americans desperately needed an escape in the 1930s.

They therefore flocked daily to cinemas and listened to radio stations which offered programs as varied as “Guiding Light”, “Lone Ranger”, “Charlie Chan” and “Father Knows Best”.


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