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July 26, — October 16, was an American storyteller , humorist , radio and TV personality, writer and actor.
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He was often referred to by the nickname Shep. As a youth he worked briefly as a mail carrier in a steel mill and earned his Amateur radio license W9QWN at age 16, sometimes claiming he was even younger. He sporadically attended Indiana University , but never graduated. Shepherd was a lifelong Chicago White Sox fan. Army Signal Corps. After a stint on television, he returned to radio.
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Service , and organizing comedic listener stunts. The most famous  stunt was a hoax he created about a non-existent book, I, Libertine , by a fake author "Frederick R. Ewing", in During a discussion on how easy it was to manipulate the best seller lists based on demand as well as sales, Shepherd suggested that his listeners visit bookstores and ask for a copy of I, Libertine which led to booksellers attempting to order the book from their distributors.
Fans of the show planted references to the book and author so widely that demand for the book led to claims of it being on The New York Times Best Seller list.
Among his close friends in the late s were Shel Silverstein and Herb Gardner. Later he was married to Nettleton for about six years. When he was about to be released by WOR in for lack of sponsors, he did a commercial for Sweetheart Soap , not a sponsor, and was immediately fired. His listeners besieged WOR with complaints, and when Sweetheart offered to sponsor him he was reinstated. Eventually, he attracted more sponsors than he wanted—the commercials interrupted the flow of his monologues.
Three large turntables were available to play them in sequence. Shepherd preferred the engineer to watch and listen to his stories. That left little time to load the turntables and cue the appropriate cuts.
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That's when he started complaining about "too many commercials". His last WOR broadcast was on April 1, His final radio gig was the Sunday night radio show "Shepherd's Pie" on WBAI in the mids, which had him reading his stories uncut, uninterrupted and unabridged. The show was one of WBAI's most popular of the period.
In addition to his stories, his shows also contained humorous anecdotes and commentaries about the human condition, observations about New York City life, accounts of vacations in Maine and travels throughout the world. One striking program recounted his participation in the March on Washington in August , during which Dr. His most scintillating programs however, were his often prophetic, bitingly humorous commentaries about ordinary life in America.
Throughout his radio career, he performed entirely without scripts. On most of his Fourth of July broadcasts, he did read one of his most enduring and popular short stories, "Ludlow Kissel and the Dago Bomb that Struck Back," about a neighborhood drunk and his disastrous fireworks escapades. It was possible, on one of those July 4 nights, to park one's car on a hilltop and watch several different pyrotechnic displays, accompanied by Shepherd's masterful storytelling.
Shepherd wrote a series of humorous short stories about growing up in northwest Indiana and its steel towns, many of which were first told by him on his programs and then published in Playboy. Some of those situations were incorporated into his movies and television fictional stories. He also wrote a column for the early Village Voice , a column for Car and Driver , numerous individual articles for diverse publications, including Mad Magazine "The Night People vs.
When Eugene B. Bergmann's Excelsior, You Fathead! This prismatic portrait affirms Shepherd's position as one of the 20th century's great humorists. Railing against conformity, he forged a unique personal bond with his loyal listeners, who participated in his legendary literary prank by asking bookstores for the nonexistent novel I, Libertine when publisher Ian Ballantine had Shepherd, author Theodore Sturgeon, and illustrator Frank Kelly Freas make the fake real, PW called it "the hoax that became a book".
Storyteller Shepherd's grand theme was life itself Novelist Bergmann Rio Amazonas interviewed 32 people who knew Shepherd or were influenced by him and listened to hundreds of broadcast tapes, inserting transcripts of Shepherd's own words into a "biographical framework" of exhaustive research. Shep's Army: Bummers, Blisters, and Boondoggles , almost three dozen of Jean Shepherd's radio stories about the army, transcribed, edited and introduced by Eugene B. Bergmann, is a book of stories by Shepherd, never before in print. Opus Books, August Shepherd was reportedly brought to New York City by NBC executives to prepare for the position, but they were contractually bound to first offer it to Jack Paar.
The network was certain Paar would hold out for a role in prime time, but he accepted the late-night assignment. However, he did not assume the position permanently until Shepherd and Ernie Kovacs had co-hosted the show. In late and early , he did a weekly television show on WOR channel 9 in New York, but it did not last long.
Between and , Shepherd became a screenwriter of note, writing and producing numerous works for both television and cinema, all based on his originally spoken and written stories. On many of the Public TV shows he wrote, directed and edited entire shows. He also wrote and narrated many works, the most famous being the MGM feature film A Christmas Story , which is now considered a holiday classic.
Shepherd narrates the film as the adult Ralph Parker, and also has a cameo role playing a man in line at the department store waiting for Santa Claus. Ten years later, Shepherd and A Christmas Story director Bob Clark returned to the same working-class Cleveland street neighborhood to film a sequel, It Runs in the Family later known as My Summer Story , released by MGM in and featuring an almost entirely different cast from the previous film.
PBS aired several television movies based on Shepherd stories, also featuring the Parker family. All were narrated by Shepherd but otherwise featured different casts. His live shows were a perennial favorite [ citation needed ] at Rutgers to wildly enthusiastic standing room only crowds, and Fairleigh Dickinson Universities he often referred to the latter as "Fairly Ridiculous University" on his WOR show. He performed at Princeton University for over 30 years, beginning in until , three years before his death. He was also emcee for several important jazz concerts in the late s.
Shepherd's first known recording featured his short comments interspersed with jazz pieces. Shepherd improvised spoken word narration for the title track on jazz musician Charles Mingus 's album The Clown. Eight record albums of live and studio performances of Shepherd were released between and Sometimes Shepherd would accompany the recordings by playing the Jew's harp , nose flute , or kazoo , and occasionally even by thumping his knuckles on his head.
Jean famously narrated the Atlantic Records Charles Mingus masterpiece, The Clown , including the title track to the album. The theme song of his show was "Bahn Frei! This arrangement recast the 19th-century polka from one relating to travel by train to a fast-tempo piece directed to horses and a race track, principally achieved by opening with a well-known bugle call named " Call to the Post.
Shepherd kept most of his personal life secret, from both his radio audience and most of his friends. Shepherd maintained his interest in amateur radio throughout his life. Upon his arrival at WOR in New York in , he obtained the call K2ORS, with which he would often be heard speaking to other ham radio operators for the remainder of his life. Free download.
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