Broadcast: 6th January 1949
Added: Jan 07 2014
MacLeods's Folly is a warm-hearted and clear headed yarn about the exciting things that can happen in a small American town. This is the kind of story Louis Bromfield (December 27, 1896 – March 18, 1956) does well. He puts a firm finger on American life and the result is always f=good entertainment with a real meaning to it. The inspiration for this story sprung from Bromfield's recollection of his tumultuous and colorful time as a newspaper man in his early adult life.