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TWTD Archive – September 19th, 1992

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VARIETY OF PROGRAMS 

Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, September 19, 1992 

LUM AND ABNER (4-12-50) The boys try to outwit a real estate salesman. 

SUSPENSE (10-23-56) “The Doll” starring Patty McCormick. A father forgets his daughter’s seventh birthday. 

HALLS OF IVY (5-21-52) Ronald and Benita Colman star. The school’s mummy is missing! 

TREASURY STAR PARADE #11 (1942) Danny Kaye cuts up in this WW II patriotic program. Frederic March in an “Average American” sketch. 

MOONLIGHT SERENADE (9-23-42) Glenn Miller and the orchestra from New York. This is Miller’s last program due to his entry into WW II military service. The orchestra offers a salute to the armed forces. 

ADVENTURES OF NERO WOLFE (11-17-50) “Case of the Careless Cleaner” starring Sidney Greenstreet. 

ONE MAN’S FAMILY (11-20-50) Book 80, Chapter 16. “Pinky makes his decision.” 

ONE MAN’S FAMILY (11-21-50) Book 80, Chapter 17. “What’s happening with Teddy and Elwood.” Note: This the logical end of the “Pinky” sequence and the conclusion of this year’s TWTD visit with the Barbour family. More to come next summer.