Stanford Sadie

Stanford Sadie [stan·ford·say·dee] n. a sultry, dulcet-toned KZSU radio personality that debuted in 1947 and was voiced by a succession of unnamed female students.



NOTE: "The "Stanford Sadie" show, which ran from 1947 to 1961, was a notoriously racy satirical program based loosely on the Tokyo Rose and Axis Sally broadcasts of World War II. Sadie, whose mission was to distract male students from studying, was portrayed by approximately two dozen women over the years." via: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KZSU.

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