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TWTD Archive – January 16, 1988

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Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, January 16, 1988

ADVENTURES OF DICK TRACY (10-16-47) An iso-lated episode in “The Case of the Book of Four Kings.” Ned Weaver appears as Tracy. Sustaining, ABC. (14:50)

MR. AND MRS. NORTH (1940s) “Fool’s Gold” stars Joseph Curtin and Alice Frost as Pam and Jerry North investigating the case of a scheming daughter who causes her father to accept a bribe. Adler Sewing Machines, KNX, Los Angeles. (11:15; 10:00; 6:30)

THEATRE FIVE (1960s) “Joey” starring Peter Donald. Syndicated, ABC. (11:06; 9:24)

SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION: This is the 50th Anniversary of the famous Benny Goodman Carnegie Hall Concert (1-16-37) and in honor of the occasion our special guest will be big band buff and Nostalgia Digest columnist KARL PEARSON who will bring along a stack of radio broadcast excerpts featuring many of the numbers played during that concert, including, of course, “Sing! Sing! Sing!”