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TWTD Archive – December 4th, 1993

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Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, December 4, 1993

BLONDIE (12-15-48) Dagwood tries to find out what Cookie and Alexander want for Christmas.

SUSPENSE (12-21-48) “Out for Christmas” starring Raymond Burr as an ex-con who sets out to get the cop who sent him up.

FIBBER MC GEE AND MOLLY (12–7-43) Two years after Pearl Harbor, Fibber is reminded that WW II is NOT almost over!

STARS OVER HOLLYWOOD (12-12-53) “Time for Christmas” starring Anita Louise. A young girl tries desperately to get her mother a cuckoo clock for Christmas.

SHERLOCK HOLMES (12-21-47) “Adventure of the Christmas Bride” starring John Stanley and Alfred Shirley as Holmes and Watson.

JACK BENNY PROGRAM (12-5-43) Jack goes to the Driver’s License Bureau to renew his license.