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TWTD Archive – December 19th, 1992

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RADIO TO WRAP, BAKE AND DECORATE BY

Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, December 19, 1992

CAVALCADE OF AMERICA (12-21-42) “A Child is Born” starring Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne in an original Nativity play. WW II program.

FIBBER MC GEE AND MOLLY (12-15-42) Fibber tries to remember where he hid the money for Molly’s Christmas present. WW II flavor.

WORLD NEWS TODAY (12-20-42) John Daly in New York and CBS correspondents from around the world report on WW II news.

BEN BERNIE WAR WORKERS’ PROGRAM (12-21-42) The Old Maestro with Jack Fulton, Fran Allison and the King’s Jesters who sing the WW II song, “Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition.”

COMMAND PERFORMANCE (12-24-42) An all-star WW II program sending Christmas greetings to our fighting men around the world and the folks on the Home Front. Bob Hope, Andrews Sisters, Red Skelton, Spike Jones, Bing Crosby, Ethel Waters, Bergen and McCarthy, Charles Laughton, Jack Benny, Fred Allen and others.