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TWTD Archive – November 28, 1970

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Originally broadcast on WLTD
Saturday, November 28, 1970

SUSPENSE (12-23-48) “Back for Christmas” starring Herbert Marshall as a botany professor who hopes for a merry holiday after he murders his nagging wife.

FIBBER McGEE AND MOLLY (12-5-39) Jim and Marian Jordan star with Harold Peary as Gildersleeve who offers Fibber and Molly a job in the Bon Ton Department Store adjustment department during the Christmas shopping season.

BOSTON BLACKIE (1940s) “The Stolen Rings.” Dick Kollmer as Blackie who plays Santa to investigate a case of stolen diamond rings.

CHRISTMAS COMMAND PERFORMANCE (12-25-44) Excerpt of an all-star holiday variety show for members of the armed forces during WW II. Bob Hope presents Xavier Cugat and the orchestra, Jimmy Durante, Jack Benny and Fred Allen.

A VISIT TO A DOLL FACTORY (1938) Just 14 shopping days before Christmas the Special Features Division of the Mutual Broadcasting System takes listeners to the Ideal Toy Company in Long Island for a guided tour.