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TWTD Archive – March 9th, 1996

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SPOTLIGHT ON JOHN BROWN 

Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, March 9, 1996 

MY FRIEND IRMA (1-6-52) starring Marie Wilson as Irma and Cathy Lewis as Jane with John Brown as Irma’s boyfriend Al. Irma wants her memoirs published.

ADVENTURES OF OZZIE AND HARRIET (12-5-48) Ozzie tells neighbor Thorny, played by John Brown, about the time when Bing Crosby and his son Lindsay visited the Nelson household.

DAMON RUNYON THEATRE (1949) John Brown stars as the Runyon character “Broadway” who tells about “Madame LaGimp,” the famous “Apple Annie” story.

A DATE WITH JUDY (10-22-46)  starring Louise Erickson as Judy with John Brown as her harried father.  Judy’s father tries to get out of attending a lecture with his wife.

LIFE OF RILEY (5-17-46) William Bendix stars with John Brown who doubles as Riley’s pal and co-worker Gillis and as Digby O’Dell, the friendly undertaker.  Junior gets a job at the circus.