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TWTD Archive – July 10, 1971

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Originally broadcast on WLTD
Saturday, July 10, 1971

OUR SPECIAL GUEST is actor PAT O’BRIEN who talks about his film career in a conversation recorded June 22, 1971. This lengthy interview, conducted at the Drury Lane Theatre in Evergreen Park, Illinois, will be presented throughout the afternoon.

HALLMARK PLAYHOUSE (9-16-48) “Goodbye Mr. Chips” starring Ronald Colman in James Hilton’s classic story about the life of an English schoolmaster.

GUEST STAR (1950) “No Redheads Wanted” starring Pat O’Brien in a most familiar role – that of a priest.

SCREEN GUILD THEATRE (2-16-41) “Brother Orchid” starring Pat O’Brien, Donald Crisp, Carol Landis and Roger Pryor. A racketeer joins a monastery.

BROWNSTONE THEATRE (5-16-45) “Prisoner of Zenda” starring Jackson Beck and Gertrude Warner.  A look-alike for the King of Ruitania becomes involved in a plot of murder and falls in love with the King’s betrothed.