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TWTD Archive – October 17th, 1992

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VARIETY OF PROGRAMS 

Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, October 17, 1992 

SUSPENSE (2-14-60) “Sorry, Wrong Number” starring Agnes Moorehead in her eighth and final appearance on the program in the classic drama by Lucille Fletcher. 

FIBBER MC GEE AND MOLLY (10-13-42) Mc Gee decides to change the furnace from oil to coal heat to beat the WW II fuel shortage. 

FRIDAY EVENING WITH TOMMY DORSEY (10-16-42) On behalf of the U.S. Treasury Department during WW II, Tommy and Jo Stafford, Dick Haymes, the Pied Pipers and Ziggy Elman broadcast from Hollywood. 

JACK BENNY PROGRAM (10-18-42) Remote broadcast from Williams Field, Arizona. Jack decides to donate his Maxwell to the WW II scrap drive. 

SUSPENSE (5-15-60) “Dead Man’s Story” starring Kevin McCarthy. An ex-con hides out on New York’s West Side. 

SCREEN GUILD PLAYERS (10-19-42) “Yankee Doodle Dandy” starring James Cagney in highlights from the screen success. This WW II presentation is the first show for new sponsor Lady Esther products.