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TWTD Archive – March 27, 1971

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Originally broadcast on WLTD
Saturday, March 27, 1971

Tuning in to the Friday shows:

BABY SNOOKS (5-16-48) Excerpt from a Guest Star program for U.S. Security Bonds. Fanny Brice as Snooks with Hanley Stafford as Daddy, who wants to take Snooks to the opera, but she would rather see a movie.

THIS IS YOUR F.B.I. (4-2-7-45) “Escaped Prisoners of War” narrated by Frank Lovejoy. Two GIs discover a tunnel being used by prisoners of war to escape from a Nazi POW camp in Texas.

ADVENTURES OF OZZIE AND HARRIET (12-3-44) The Nelsons discuss the theory that if you do nice things for others, nice things will come your way. Then they find a wallet with a lot of money and ration books. Ozzie and Harriet sing “The Trolley Song.”

KATE SMITH SHOW (9-29-44) The Songbird of the South with a program of music and chatter.

MOLLE MYSTERY THEATRE (11-14-47) “Four Fatal Jugglers.” “Take four people, mix them together on an isolated island, add a dash or two of mutual hatred, let them juggle that hatred back and forth until it erupts into murder…”

PLUS – clips with Jimmy Durante and Garry Moore and It Pays to Be Ignorant.