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TWTD Archive – January 30th, 1993

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Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, January 30, 1993 

AN AMERICAN IN ENGLAND (12-8-42) “Home is Where You Hang Your Hat” by Norman Corwin, the story of soldiers in England during WW II. 

NOTE: To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of JIMMY DURANTE, born on February 10, 1893, we present a special salute to the beloved entertainer:

JIMMY DURANTE SHOW (11-5-47) Guest is Bing Crosby.

JIMMY DURANTE INTERVIEW (11-8-61) Barry Farber talks with the great Durante at Mama Leone’s Restaurant in New York City.

JIMMY DURANTE SHOW (3-31-48) Guests are Victor Moore and comedienne Rose Marie.

AMERICA SALUTES THE PRESIDENT (1-30-43 “A nation at war pays tribute to its Commander-in-Chief on the 61st birthday of President Franklin D. Roosevelt.  An all-star cast in this WW II broadcast: Frank Sinatra, Gene Autry, Fibber McGee and Molly, Artie Shaw, Bing Crosby, Dick Powell, Sammy Kaye, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt.