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

TWTD Archive – May 16th, 1992

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VARIETY OF PROGRAMS 

Originally broadcast on WNIB
First TWTD show from Chicago Cultural Center
Saturday, May 16, 1992 

Broadcast on singer Perry Como’s 80th birthday. 

SUPPER CLUB (10-9-44) Perry Como welcomes guest Nat King Cole to the fictional night club. 

INNER SANCTUM (7-19-48) “Death Demon” with Anne Seymour and Everett Sloan. A man is convinced that his dead father is talking to him. 

SUPPER CLUB (4-14-48) Eddie Hubbard observes Pan American Day and congratulates disc jockey Eddie Hubbard on the second anniversary of his Chicago broadcasts. 

THE HOME FRONT (1982) Part 7 in the 8-part WW II series. “Liberation – 1944”. 

SUPPER CLUB (3-2-50) Perry Como greets actor Kirk Douglas and appears with Kirk in a “sequel” to Douglas’ film, “Champion.” 

TREASURY STAR PARADE # 5 (1942) Olson and Johnson and Carmen Miranda pay a return visit to the WW II Treasury Department program. 

BING CROSBY SHOW (4-5-50) Bing is joined by Perry Como and Arthur Godfrey for a program from Chicago’s Civic Opera House.