National Geographic : 1945 Sep
BETTY HUTTON starring in INCENDIARY BLONDE a Paramount Picture in Tech nicolor. ConventionalRadio-lacks color and richness. Something is missing. With Radio by General Electric-you hear the tones in all their "natural color" and beauty, virtually free from static, fading and station interference. More bewitching than ever-Betty Hutton innatural color tone on a great new radio SHE'S dynamic-this merry madcap of song. Even more magnetic when you hear her vivid performance in the glorious natural color tone of the coming General Electric FM radio. Breath-taking Realism On this revolutionary radio you'll hear magic tones and overtones lost on even the best present day conventional sets. You'll listen en thralled to flawless reception unbelievably free from static, fading and station interference. Everything in Radio and Television This newest kind of radio is only one of the Amazing models General Electric will offer someday soon at popular prices. There also will be standard radios, radio-phonographs with a startling new system of tone reproduction, and the new revolutionary self-charging portable. SGeneral Electric television receivers, too, with their large clear pictures, will set an entirely new standard in home entertainment. FREE: A fascinating booklet, "YOUR COMING RADIO," 28 pages profusely illustrated in full color. Previews the revolutionary, new General Electric Radio and Television sets. For your free copy mail a postcard request to Electronics Department, General Electric, Schenectady, N. Y. ------------------------------------------ Hear the G-E radio programs: "The World Today" news, Monday through Friday, 6:45 p. m., EWT, CBS. "The G-E All Girl Orchestra," Sunday 10 p. m., EWT, NBC. "The G-E House Party," Monday through Friday, 4 p. m., EWT, CBS. GENERAL ELECTRIC LEADER IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND ELECTRONICS RADI OS For long life and better recep tion ask for electronic radio tubes by General Electric.