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TWTD Archive – October 29, 1994

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Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, October 29, 1994

SUSPENSE (5-15-47) “Death at Live Oak” starring Robert Mitchum as a man accused of a crime he did not commit.

FIBBER MC GEE AND MOLLY (10-31-44) Fibber and Doc Gamble go duck hunting.

LUX RADIO THEATRE (1-12-48) “Kiss of Death” starring Victor Mature, Colleen Gray and Richard Widmark.  An ex-con, going straight, fears for the safety of his family when a killer is sent free.

WORLD NEWS TODAY (10-29-44) WW II reports:  “The Germans are retreating across the Maas River.  Four Soviet Armies have begun a large scale offensive in Latvia.”

INNER SANCTUM (4-24-45) “Song of the Slasher” featuring Arnold Moss as a police detective searching for a slasher who has murdered and mutilated five women in eight days.

OUR SPECIAL GUEST STAR is announcer KEN ALEXANDER, a man of many talents and voices.