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Chuck Schaden's Conversations with the Stars Who Made it Golden

TWTD Archive – January 18, 1997

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Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, January 18, 1997

THE WHISTLER (6-2-48) “Stranger in the House” is the story of a woman who wants to find out if her foster brother, who has been missing for seven years, is still alive. Cast includes Virginia Gregg and Gerald Mohr.

PHIL HARRIS – ALICE FAYE SHOW (10-17-48) Phil’s five year old daughter has a boyfriend.

IMAGINATION THEATRE 4-7-96)  “A double feature movie for your mind.”  1. “But the Flesh is Weak” – the laws of time do not exist at a strange monastery.  2. “Bellamy Bridge” – a shell-shocked war veteran can’t tell which world he is living in.

ADVENTURES OF MAISIE (1949) Ann Sothern stars as Maisie, who suggests to her boss that he hire an efficiency expert.

PLEASE STAND BY – A History of Radio  (1986) Lesson 20: Child’s Play concerns the listening habits of a generation of pre-teens and teen-agers who grew up listening to programs based on comic strips, airmen, spacemen, practitioners of magic and the occult, and the all-American. Also discussed are premiums and giveaways which were offered by the sponsors of many kids’ programs.