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TWTD Archive – July 4th, 1992

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Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, July 4, 1992 

YOU ARE THERE (7-4-48) “Philadelphia, July 4, 1776” CBS newsmen cover the events at the signing of the Declaration of Independence. 

IT’S TIME TO SMILE (6-3-42) Eddie Cantor broadcasts before a U.S. Army audience at Camp Haan, Riverside, California. Lots of WW II comedy from Eddie and the gang. Guest is actress Veronica Lake. 

SUSPENSE (5-31-45) “August Heat” starring Ronald Colman. 

STAN FREBERG PRESENTS THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (5-1-61) A musical satire written by Stan Freberg, narrated by Paul Frees, featuring Jesse White, Peter Leeds, Walter Tetley, Marvin Miller, June Foray, Barney Phillips, Jud Conlon Singers, Billy May and the orchestra. Expanded version of the original recording. 

ONE MAN’S FAMILY (10-19-50) Book 79, Chapter 9. “Paul goes to see Nicolette.” 

ONE MAN’S FAMILY (10-20-50) Book 79, Chapter 10. “Jack reports on his trip.”