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Ronnie Schell from Gomer Pyle USMC

An Evening with Ronnie Schell

Media Heritage and WMKV-FM are presenting “An Evening with Ronnie Schell.” Join us on Saturday, October 12, 2019, at 7:00pm at the Maple Knoll Community Auditorium as actor/comedian Ronnie Schell talks about his career in show business, including his years working on Gomer Pyle, USMC and the Andy Griffith Show. Ronnie will tell stories and show behind-the-scene rare photos of the 1960s and 1970s television days.

Tickets are only $15 per person and can be ordered through Eventbrite


Media Heritage, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of radio, television and film with a particular emphasis on Cincinnati’s broadcast history. Founded in 2001, we accomplish our mission through a variety of programs including public speaking presentations, community tours and our Cincinnati Museum of Broadcast History, which is located at the Voice of America Museum in West Chester (near Cincinnati), Ohio. We also provide tours of the Powel Crosley, Jr. mansion, record oral history interviews and oversee an archive featuring thousands of pages of scripts, rare photographs, early television and audio recordings, and other memorabilia related to broadcast history. We welcome inquiries and hope you’ll share in our mission of keeping this important history alive.

Media Heritage is excited to announce the arrival of Larry Smith’s Puppets! Thanks to Larry Smith and his family, Media Heritage is the official place to see 45 of Larry’s most famous puppets, including Hattie the Witch and Snarfie R. Dog. This exhibit spans Larry’s nearly 60-year career and also features puppets from his Contemporaries TV show, his commercial-related puppets and some of his holiday marionettes. Larry Smith’s Puppets can be seen exclusively at the Greater Cincinnati Museum of Broadcasting, inside the VOA Museum, every Saturday and Sunday for a limited time, 1 to 4 pm.


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