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TWTD Archive – August 26th, 1995

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Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, August 26, 1995

GUNSMOKE (9-26-53) “Fawn” is a story of prejudice in Dodge City.  William Conrad stars as U.S. Marshall Matt Dillon.

PHIL HARRIS-ALICE FAYE SHOW (10-3-48) In their first show for their new sponsor, Rexall, Phil discovers that Frankie Remley (Elliott Lewis) has signed the contract  instead of Phil.

WORLD NEWS TODAY (8-26-45) Robert Trout and CBS correspondents. “There’s little doubt that the ships of the United States Navy will be closer to the City of Tokyo than they have ever been since Japan entered the second world war”.

FIBBER McGEE AND MOLLY (2-13-45)  Fibber decides to tune the piano himself rather than calling a professional piano tuner.

INNER SANCTUM (1-10-49) “Murder Comes to Life.” A man who comes back from the “near dead” doesn’t want to remember his name or the past associated with it.

ONE MAN’S FAMILY (4-11-51) Book 84, Chapter 18. “Clifford and Paul talk it out.”

ONE MAN’S FAMILY (4-12-51) Book 84, Chapter 19. “Clifford finds employment.”