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TWTD Archives – May 1st, 1993

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Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, May 1, 1993

FLYWHEEL, SHYSTER AND FLYWHEEL (1991) Third program in the BBC series based on scripts used by Groucho and Chico Marx on the Five Star Theatre in 1932.

SOUND OFF #25 (1943) Songwriter-singer Johnny Mercer presents a record request program for servicemen during WW II.

JACK BENNY PROGRAM  (4-18-43) Still recuperating from his illness, Jack takes in the sun at poolside.  WW II flavor.

WORLD NEWS TODAY (4-18-43) WW II reports:  Allied planes are hurling death and destruction on the Axis over a wide area of the Mediterranean.”

GREAT GILDERSLEEVE (3-14-43) Gildersleeve struggles with his income tax and his conscience. WW II setting.

MADAME CHAING KAI-SHEK (4-4-43) From the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, Madame Chaing Kai-Shek presents a dramatic narrative of the WW II fight between China and Japan.