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TWTD Archive – July 24, 1971

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Originally broadcast on WLTD
Saturday, July 24, 1971

ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN (2-7-45) Isolated episode in which Superman fights the Japanese army.

TERRY AND THE PIRATES (2-17-47) Isolated episode in the continuing adventure of “The Mechanical Eye.”

MARY NOBLE, BACKSTAGE WIFE (1935) Isolated episode in the long-running daytime drama. Mary is jealous of her husband Larry, “matinee idol of millions.”

CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT (10-1-40) Isolated episode in the series starring Ed Prentiss in the title role. Second show in the Ovaltine series.

YOUNG WIDDER BROWN (1960s) Isolated episode. Anthony Loring is in jail and Ellen Brown pays him a visit.

HOP HARRIGAN (9-17-43) Isolated episode in which a character says, ”The more I see you Americans, the more I realize what a fool Hitler is.”

JACK ARMSTRONG, THE ALL-AMERICAN BOY (1939) Isolated episode. Jack, Billy, Betty and Uncle Jim visit the mysterious Great Grand Lama in Tibet to return the Secret Sacred Sanskrit parchment scroll.