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    I really miss listening to him! ...."This is Paul Harvey..." and then a pause.. "Good day."

    • Suzie Evans

      "The rest of the story"... I'll always remember his voice on the radio! It brings me back to simpler times!

    • Vintage Lacy

      It wasn't T.V., it was radio but I remember "The Rest of the Story"... I'll always remember his voice! It takes me back to simpler times!

    • pattiL.

      It wasn't T.V., it was radio but I remember "The Rest of the Story"... I'll always remember his voice!

    • Kristy Allison

      Paul Harvey - news commentator and talk radio pioneer - always listened to him at my Nana's - And now you know the rest of the story...

    • Carrie Mae

      Always loved listening to The Rest of the Story on the radio and also had a book of previously aired stories that I read over and over.

    • Pat Miller

      "Paul Harvey-If I were the devil" This warning was in 1965! It has come true!! Must watch!

    • Dave Mansfield

      This video will freak you out. Remember, it was recorded in 1965!

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