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TWTD Archive – November 22, 1970

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Originally broadcast on WLTD
Sunday, November 22, 1970

EDDIE CANTOR SHOW (11-26-48) Eddie talks about Thanksgiving dinner at his house. Eddie takes a nap and dreams of going to college and being a big football hero. Cast includes Harry Von Zell, Billie Burke, Dinah Shore, Bert Gordon.

OUR SPECIAL GUESTS are radio actors MAURICE COPELAND, SIDNEY BREESE and JUNE TRAVIS speaking of their days in radio. Interviewed 10-22-70 at Drury Lane Theatre in Evergreen Park, Illinois.

CHARLIE McCARTHY SHOW (11-18-45) Edgar Bergen stars with Charlie and guest Margaret O’Brien in a Thanksgiving play. Charlie is John Alden, Edgar is Miles Standish and Margaret is Priscilla.

JACK BENNY PROGRAM (11-30-52) Thanksgiving dinner is at Mary’s house. Jack shows up in an old green tuxedo and insists that the Pilgrims landed at Cape Cod.

TREASURY STAR PARADE (9-16-43) Fanny Brice stars as Baby Snooks with Hanley Stafford as Daddy. Daddy’s uncle is coming for dinner and he has prepared a very economical wartime meal.

NOTE: This is the last Sunday show. Those Were The Days returns to Saturday afternoons beginning with next week’s program.