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

TWTD Archive – June 12, 1971

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MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER – ON RADIO

Originally broadcast on WLTD
Saturday, June 12, 1971

LEO IS ON THE AIR (1938) “Love Finds Andy Hardy.” A radio preview of the MGM film about Andy getting involved with a bevy of young beauties.

OUR SPECIAL GUEST is motion picture actress IRENE DUNNE in a telephone conversation recorded April 28, 1971.

ACADEMY AWARD (9-18-46) “White Cliffs of Dover” starring Irene Dunne with Sir Aubrey Smith and Jeff Chandler. An American woman marries a British soldier in this World War I romance.

FRED ALLEN SHOW (5-11-47) Excerpt. Fred and guest Bing Crosby spoof the movies with their version of the “Hollywood Mikado.”

OUR SPECIAL GUEST is film actress and former child star MARGARET O’BRIEN in a conversation recorded April 4, 1971.

ACADEMY AWARD (12-18-46) “Lost Angel” starring Margaret O’Brien with Jeff Chandler. Story of a child, trained as a genius, who learns life’s simple pleasures.