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TWTD Archive – November 18, 1995

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Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, November 18, 1995

SONGS BY SINATRA (11-21-45) On the eve of the first peacetime Thanksgiving after World War II, Frank Sinatra offers a program with a patriotic flavor.

EDDIE CANTOR SHOW (11-21-45) It’s turkey troubles for Eddie as he tries to serve Thanksgiving dinner to friends at the Waldorf Hotel.

POP CHRONICLES – The 40s (1972) Fifth program in the series. Music in the post-war years.

HALLMARK PLAYHOUSE (11-24-49) “Courtship of Miles Standish” starring David Niven in Longfellow’s story about the early days of the Plymouth Colony.

JIMMY DURANTE SHOW (11-26-47) Jimmy has a live turkey for Thanksgiving. Guest is Victor Moore.