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TWTD Archive – August 22nd, 1992

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Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, August 22, 1992 

SUSPENSE (5-19-52) “The Flight of the Bumble Bee” starring Fred MacMurray in the story of a routine mission of a B-29 bomber over Korea. 

TOMMY DORSEY SHOW (8-18-42) Remote WW II broadcast from the Capitol Theatre in Washington, D.C. Frank Sinatra, Jo Stafford, Pied Pipers, Ziggy Elman, Buddy Rich. 

AN AMERICAN IN ENGLAND (8-24-42) “Women of Britain” describes how much of Britain’s WW II resistance was due to the use of women-power in factories. 

TREASURY STAR PARADE # 9 (1942) WW II stories, “America is Calling” and “Women of America.” 

BEN BERNIE WAR WORKERS’ PROGRAM (8-25-42) WW II morale-building musical program. 

SUSPENSE (11-3-52) “Frankenstein” starring Herbert Marshall. 

ONE MAN’S FAMILY (11-8-50) Book 80, Chapter 8. “The girl with the million bucks.” 

ONE MAN’S FAMILY (11-9-50) Book 80, Chapter 9. “Up from slavery.”