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TWTD Archive – January 2nd, 1993

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Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, January 2, 1993 

JACK BENNY PROGRAM (12-27-42) WW II broadcast as Jack and the gang entertain servicemen on leave in New York. Guest Fred Allen portrays Uncle Sam in the show’s annual New Year’s fantasy.

CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT (12-30-42) “Destruction of Nazi Submarine Base,” an isolated episode from WW II.

YOUR HIT PARADE (1-2-43) Top tunes of the week presented by Joan Edwards, Barry Wood, Ethel Smith and the Hit Paraders in this WW II show.

EDDIE CANTOR SHOW (1-2-46) Eddie turns back the clock to New Year’s Eve.

WORLD NEWS TODAY (1-3-43) John Daly and CBS correspondents worldwide report on the WW II “road to victory.”

GREAT GILDERSLEEVE (1-1-47) Gildy forgets to ask Eve to the New Year’s Costume Ball, so he must spend the holiday alone.