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

TWTD Archive – June 20th, 1992

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VARIETY OF PROGRAMS 

Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, June 20, 1992 

ONE MAN’S FAMILY (10-9-50) Book 79, Chapter 1. This is the first of 32 consecutive 15-minute chapters from Books 79 and 80 by Carlton E. Morse. We’ll have four chapters today and again next week and then two chapters every week throughout the summer. In the first episode, Teddy Barbour is returning from Korea, Elwood is setting up housekeeping alone and Jack has some problems at the office. 

ONE MAN’S FAMILY (10-10-50) Book 79, Chapter 2. “More Plans for a Belated Honeymoon.” 

FIBBER McGEE AND MOLLY (5-19-42) Fibber has some great news that he and Molly will be on Easy Street from now on! WW II flavor. 

TREASURY STAR PARADE #7 (3-9-42) In another episode from the WW II series, host Walter Huston introduces Frederic March and Florence Eldridge reading from “America” by Thomas Wolfe. 

SUSPENSE (8-21-43) “Sorry, Wrong Number” starring Agnes Moorehead in the Lucille Fletcher drama about a woman who accidentally hears a conversation of death. WW II framework. 

VOICE OF NEW YORK (6-16-42) Commentator Gabriel Heatter talks to typical New Yorkers for the WW II New York War Bond Pledge Campaign. Remote broadcast from the Astor Hotel. 

CURTAIN TIME (7-12-47) “Deadline for Love” with Harry Elders and Doris Grundy in a story about “love and newspapermen.” 

ONE MAN’S FAMILY (10-11-50) Book 79, Chapter 3. “Father Barbour Talks to Jack.” 

ONE MAN’S FAMILY (10-12-50) Book 79, Chapter 4. “Betty and Her 15-Day Diet.”