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TWTD Archive – May 11, 1996

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RADIO FOR MOTHER’S DAY

Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, May 11, 1996

MY FAVORITE HUSBAND (1950) Lucille Ball and Richard Denning star as Liz and George Cooper. Both mothers are coming to visit the Coopers, but neither George nor Liz are excited about it.

LUX RADIO THEATRE (1-4-56) “Mother Wore Tights” starring Dan Dailey and Mitzi Gaynor in the story of a vaudeville family.

SUSPENSE (1-4-59) “Don’t Call Me Mother” starring Agnes Moorehead with Cathy Lewis and James McCallion.  Young man’s mother is not very pleased when he brings a young lady home for dinner.

WHISPERING STREETS (1958) “The Distraught Mother.”  Bette Davis is hostess and narrator for this daytime radio series. In this complete story, a widow of 18 months still clings to the memory of her husband in spite of the urging of her friend and her 15-year old son.

SCREEN GUILD PLAYERS (11-23-42) “Bachelor Mother” starring Ann Sothern, Fred MacMurray and Charles Coburn.  A sales girl unwittingly becomes guardian for an abandoned baby, causing a scandal in the department store where she works.

PLUS—We pay tribute to Don McNeill, long-time host of radio’s Breakfast Club, who died May 7, 1996 at age 88.