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TWTD Archive – January 15th, 1994

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Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, January 15, 1994

INNER SANCTUM (4-4-49) “Death Wears a Lovely Smile” with Bob Sloane and Mercedes McCambridge.  In a cemetery, a man waits to meet a woman who was buried a year ago.

SPECIAL GUEST EDDIE HUBBARD, long-time Chicago disc jockey, pays a visit to TWTD.

JACK BENNY PROGRAM (1-16-44) In a WW II remote broadcast from the Marine Air Station at El Toro, California, Jack welcomes guest Alexis Smith who is scheduled to star in a new picture with him, “The Horn Blows at Midnight.”

THE WHISTLER (9-15-48) “Uncle Ben’s Widow.”  An eyewitness to an “accidental death” claims that a murder was committed.

WE REMEMBER THEM WELL – Recap of celebrity deaths in 1993.

FRED ALLEN SHOW (5-19-46) Guest Phil Harris shows up asking Fred to get him a job on the panel radio show “Information Please.”  Phil joins Senator Claghorn for a Harris version of Allen’s Alley called “Tobacco Road.”

WORLD NEWS TODAY (1-16-44) WW II news:  “General Eisenhower has arrived in Britain to take over command of all forces for the invasion.”

LIGHTS OUT (6-8-43) “The House is Haunted” by Arch Oboler. Strange things begin to happen when a family arrives in their new home.