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

TWTD Archive – November 6th, 1993

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Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, November 6, 1993

JACK BENNY PROGRAM (11-7-43) WW II broadcast from the Marine Corps Air Station in the Mojave Desert. Airplanes “buzz” Jack throughout the show!

VICTORY PARADE OF SPOTLIGHT BANDS (7-26-43) Ozzie Nelson and his orchestra with vocalist Harriet Hilliard entertain WW II workers at the B. F. Goodrich plant in Akron, Ohio.

TREASURY STAR PARADE (10-20-43) WW II program, “No Greater Sacrifice”, about the “”brave Chinese who sheltered the Americans after the raid on Tokyo.”

JACK BENNY PROGRAM (11-14-43) Jack and the gang broadcast before an audience of WW II servicemen at Turney General Hospital in Palm Springs.

KRAFT MUSIC HALL (10-7-43) Bing Crosby welcomes guest Lucille Ball.  Time Marches Back .  WW II flavor.

FIBBER MC GEE AND MOLLY (11-9-43) The WW II food shortage prompts Fibber to make his own chili sauce.

NOTE: KEN ALEXANDER is guest host for this TWTD program.