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TWTD Archive – October 24th, 1992

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Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, October 24, 1992 

HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN OPENING (10-3-42) Radio covers the opening night of the famous home-away-from-home for servicemen during WW II. All-star cast features Bette Davis, Eddie Cantor, Abbott and Costello, Kay Kyser, Rudy Vallee and the Coast Guard Band. 

SUSPENSE (9-17-61) “The Green Idol” starring Parker Fennelly. Tourists from Maine are warned of traveling in Arabia. 

BEN BERNIE WAR WORKERS’ PROGRAM (10-23-42) Program for workers in defense plants and other vital WW II industries. 

JACK BENNY PROGRAM (10-25-42) A week after Jack turned in his Maxwell to the WW II scrap drive. 

GI JIVE #881 (1940s) GI Jill plays tunes for military listeners during the WW II years. 

JUDY CANOVA SHOW (10-18-47) Judy wants to use an actor on her radio program.

COMMAND PERFORMANCE #33 (9-29-42) Bob “Bazooka” Burns hosts this episode of the WW II program for military listeners. Featuring Dinah Shore, Count Basie, Spike Jones, Lionel Hampton, Tommy Dorsey.