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TWTD Archives – September 4th, 1993

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Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, September 4, 1993

GREAT GILDERSLEEVE (9-6-50) Willard Waterman makes his first appearance as Gildersleeve in this first show of the 1950-51 season.

FORD THEATRE  (6-13-48) “My Sister Eileen” starring Shirley Booth and Virginia Gilmore.

WORLD NEWS TODAY (9-6-43) Douglas Edwards, John Daly and CBS correspondents report WW II news. “American planes have all but wiped out two Japanese bases in New Guinea.”

KRAFT MUSIC HALL (9-2-43) Bing Crosby with actor Frank McHugh in Time Marches Back sketch.  WW II flavor.

WORLD NEWS (9-5-43) Mutual newsman John Stanley with news of WW II. “The situation in Berlin is chaotic.”

PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT (9-8-43) Another nationally broadcast Fireside Chat during WW II.  “Today it is announced that an armistice with Italy has been concluded.”