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TWTD Archive – August 15th, 1992

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Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, August 15, 1992 

SUSPENSE (1-21-51) “Aria for Murder” starring Ezio Pinza in a tale of jealousy and hate on the stage of a deserted opera house.

MAIL CALL #68 (1943) Lucille Ball is hostess for a WW II program featuring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy with Edgar Kennedy, Patsy Moran and Kay Thompson. “Stan’s Wedding” sketch provides a rare Laurel and Hardy radio appearance. 

OUR SPECIAL GUEST is BILL OATES, the Grand Sheik of the Flying Elephants” tent of the “Sons of the Desert,” the world-wide Laurel and Hardy fan club. 

BEN BERNIE WAR WORKERS’ PROGRAM, (8-21-42) The Old Maestro presents a program for civilian WW II workers in defense plants and other vital industries. Features singer Jack Fulton and comic Yogi Yorgesson. 

SUSPENSE (5-10-51) “Death on My Hands” starring Phil Harris and Alice Faye. 

ONE MAN’S FAMILY (11-6-50) Book 80, Chapter 6. “You can lead a horse to water, but…” 

ONE MAN’S FAMILY (11-7-50) Book 80, Chapter 7. “Oh, my aching back.”