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TWTD Archive – January 11th, 1992

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HAPPY NEW YEAR
WITH GOOD OLD RADIO 

Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, January 4, 1992 

JIMMY DURANTE SHOW (12-31-47) Jimmy’s in the hospital so his old friend Garry Moore subs. Guest is Red Skelton as Junior, the Mean Little Kid. 

HENRY MORGAN SHOW (1-1-47) Predictions for 1947 and a spoof of “Your Hit Parade.” 

SUSPENSE (12-28-58) “The 32nd of December” starring Frank Lovejoy. 

GREAT GILDERSLEEVE (1-4-42) One of Gildy’s New Year’s resolutions is to go on a diet. 

STATE OF THE UNION (1-6-42) From the Capitol in Washington DC, President Roosevelt delivers his eleventh State of the Union address to Congress. In the first wartime address since the presidency of Woodrow Wilson, FDR reviews events that led the U.S. into WW II; cites production needs and plans; tells of meetings with Prime Minister Winston Churchill; asks for congressional support of his defense budget, new income taxes and price controls. 

JUDY CANOVA SHOW (12-28-46) Getting ready for the new year, Judy has written a sketch for the Brentwood amateur show.