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

TWTD Archive – July 13, 1996

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VARIETY OF PROGRAMS

Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, July 13, 1996

MY FAVORITE HUSBAND (1940s) Lucille Ball and Richard Denning star as Liz and George Cooper.  Liz borrows the new neighbor’s baby to make George look like a family man for a prospective employer.

ACADEMY AWARD (9-11-46) “Shadow of a Doubt” starring Joseph Cotton and June Vincent with Jeff Chandler.  A young girl slowly comes to realize that her beloved uncle is really a murderer.

ONE MAN’S FAMILY (5-25-51) Book 85, Chapter 8: “Clifford and Toots.”

ONE MAN’S FAMILY (5-3-51) Book 85, Chapter 9: “Joan’s plan for her apartment.”

SPOTLIGHT REVUE (6-18-48) Spike Jones and his City Slickers star with Dorothy Shay, the “Park Avenue Hillbilly” in a program of mirth and madness. Guest is singer Buddy Clark.

INNER SANCTUM (6-19-45) “Dead Man’s Holiday” starring Myron McCormick. A man is told that he has been dead for six years.

PLEASE STAND BY – A History of Radio (1986) Lesson 6: Days of Discord reviews a 25-year period in radio’s history marked by disputes and disruption over the use of live and recorded music.

NOTE:  Ken Alexander subs for Chuck Schaden on this program.