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TWTD Archive – July 10th, 1976

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Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, July 10th, 1976

PHIL HARRIS-ALICE FAYE SHOW (2-26-50) Phil and Frankie Remley (Elliot Lewis) decide to make their own Western movie.

LUX RADIO THEATRE (9-10-51) “Fancy Pants” starring Bob Hope and Lucille Ball. Hope is an English butler in the wild, wild west!

COMMAND PERFORMANCE (7-26-44) Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra, Carole Landis, Roy Rogers, the Andrews Sisters,

JACK BENNY PROGRAM (1953) Jack and the regulars, with guest Stanley Kramer (producer of the film “High Noon”) offer their version of the film, “High Noon.”