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

TWTD Archive – November 1, 1970

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Originally broadcast on WNMP
Sunday, November 1, 1970

ACADEMY AWARD (10-23-46) “The Devil and Miss Jones” starring Charles Coburn and Virginia Mayo in the comedy about a department store tycoon who takes a job in his own store.

OUR SPECIAL GUEST is actor DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, JR. who talks about his long motion picture career. Recorded 10-27-70 at Drury Lane Theatre, Evergreen Park, Illinois. 

SCREEN DIRECTORS PLAYHOUSE (9-9-49) “The Human Comedy” starring Mickey Rooney in William Saroyan’s story of a small California town during World War II. Cast includes Francis X. Bushman, Barton Yarborough and Irene Tedro. Directed by Clarence Brown.

ACADEMY AWARD (4-9-46) “Kitty Foyle” starring Ginger Rogers as a working girl from the “wrong” side of the tracks who loves a socialite.