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TWTD Archive – August 29, 1970

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Originally broadcast on WNMP
Saturday, August 29, 1970

ONE MAN’S FAMILY (8-30-50) Chapter 14, Book 77, an isolated episode in the long-running, beloved series created by Carlton E. Morse.

A DATE WITH JUDY (1940s) Louise Erickson as Judy Foster, John Brown as her father, Dix Davis as her brother Randolph and Richard Crenna as Judy’s boyfriend Oogie Pringle.

THE FALCON (11-27-45) “Murder is a Family Affair” starring James Meighan as Michael Waring, known as The Falcon.  In this episode, a killer is sentenced to die for a murder he committed. Other members of his family are involved in murder, too.

ADVENTURES OF OZZIE AND HARRIET (1940s)  featuring Ozzie, Harriet, David and Ricky Nelson as themselves in this family comedy episode.

PLUS – “The Bickersons” starring Frances Langford and Don Ameche; Stan Freberg’s “The Zazaloph Family.”