The Golden Age of Radio

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A new documentary is being produced that chronicles the origins of Splinter Cell, primarily focusing on its debut back in the thirties when it aired as a weekly radio drama. Splinter Cell, during the Golden Age of Radio, was an innovative radio program that captivated millions of listeners throughout North America every Sunday evening at nine. Moms, dads, grandfathers, grandmothers, and kids alike sat spellbound in front of their radios to hear the suspenseful exploits of super spy Sam Fisher. Not only was the show exciting, but it had something unique that paved the way for the future of video gaming.

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