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TWTD Archive – June 6th, 1970

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Originally broadcast on WNMP
Saturday, June 6, 1970

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.

TARZAN OF THE APES (1934) First episode of the original radio version with James Pierce as Tarzan and Joan Burroughs (daughter of author Edgar Rice Burroughs) as Jane.

ADVENTURES OF FRANK MERRIWELL (8-7-33) Isolated episode. “Frank Confesses in the Dark” about his weakness.

BUSTER BROWN GANG (1940s) Smilin’ Ed McConnell with  Squeaky the Mouse, Froggy the Gremlin, Midnight the Cat and Granny the Piano. Ed tells a story about a 12-year old boy and the Indians at the time the U.S. was colonizing the states.

CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT (5-14-47) Isolated episode in “The Adventure of the Stolen Star.”  Ed Prentiss is Captain Midnight. Tom Moore announces for Ovaltine.

PLUS – Excerpts from Tom Mix; Let’s Pretend; Superman; Bobby Benson; and Tom Corbett, Space Cadet.