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

TWTD Archive – March 13, 1971

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REMEMBER WEDNESDAY?

Originally broadcast on WLTD
Saturday, March 13, 1971

Tuning in to the Wednesday shows:

DUFFY’S TAVERN (4-26-46) Ed Gardner as Archie with guest Esther Williams. He’s planning a fashion show for the Tavern and wants Esther to model a swim suit. But she’s tired of wearing bathing suits!

MR. AND MRS. NORTH (1943) “The Missing Sparkler” stars Alice Frost and Joseph Curtin as Pam and Jerry North. A pair of jewel thieves are on a train with the Norths.

ACADEMY AWARD (10-2-46) “My Man Godfrey” starring William Powell in a Depression-era story of a homeless man who becomes a butler.

GANGBUSTERS (1940s) “Case of Frank Luston” “Watch for a husky man of 25, scars on face and forehead and reportedly has home permanent wave to disguise appearance.”

PLUS – Chuck’s in-studio guest is David Denwood who reports on the auction of Twentieth Century-Fox props which he attended in Hollywood a few weeks earlier.