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TWTD Archive – October 7, 1995

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VARIETY OF PROGRAMS

Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, October 7, 1995

RED SKELTON SHOW (4-15-47) Skelton’s Scrapbook of Satire features Deadeye and Junior the Mean Little Kid.

I WAS A COMMUNIST FOR THE FBI (1952) Dana Andrews stars as Matt Cvetic “who lived for nine years as an undercover agent for the FBI.” Cvetic visits a prison to recruit about-to-be parolees for membership into the Party.

POP CHRONICLES – The 40s (1972) Third program in the eight-part series. Music from the WW II years.

BULLDOG DRUMMOND (1940s) Ned Weaver as Drummond, who investigates intrigue at the race track.

TWENTY QUESTIONS (9-18-48) It’s the “animal, vegetable or mineral” game as listeners try to stump the panel.

BLONDIE (2-16-50) Arthur Lake as Dagwood Bumstead and Ann Rutherford as Blondie. Alexander gets a part in the school play.

NOTE: Ken Alexander is guest host for this week’s program.