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TWTD Archive – May 22, 1971

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Originally broadcast on WLTD
Saturday, May 22, 1971

LUX RADIO THEATRE (2-4-46) “This Love of Ours” starring Rita Hayworth and Charles Korvin. The story of an unfaithful wife and mother who leaves home only to return 12 years later to fall in love with her husband.

CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY OF LOWER BASIN STREET (5-5-40)  Geno Hamilton introduces this tribute to Dixieland music, with Paul Lavalle, Henry “Hot Lips” Levine, Benny Carter.

CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT  (5-14-47) Isolated episode of  “The Adventures of the Stolen Star” with Ed Prentiss as Captain Midnight. The Secret Squadron, flying over Yucatan, spot a downed plane and they land to offer help.

RED SKELTON SHOW (5-14-52) The Skelton Scrapbook offers “The Rumor” with Red as Clem Kadiddlehopper, as Willy Lump-Lump and as Junior, the Mean Widdle Kid.