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First of all, hope you were able to enjoy some or all of the 75th Anniversary D-Day coverage. The 12 hours of news actualities from June 6th, 1944 will remain available On Demand for a few more days. If you are currently not using the On Demand option learn how here: https://m.siriusxm.com/ondemand
Quite a busy week which opens with a birthday special for musical motion picture superstar Judy Garland and concludes with Father’s Day.
This year we celebrate Judy which her work alongside Mickey Rooney in The Screen Guild Theatre adaptation of “Babes In Arms”. Plus she stars in an episode of Suspense as well as joins Jack Benny in a war time offering Mail Call.
Some of the other birthday specials are for the following folks among others:
Bob Bailey (Johnny Dollar, Let George Do It); Gerald Mohr (Philip Marlowe, The Whistler, Suspense); Ona Munson (Suspense); Mary Lansing (The Whistler); Basil Rathbone (Sherlock Holmes); Dorothy McGuire (Screen Director’s “Cluny Brown”); Ernest Chappell (Quiet, Please); Harlan Stone (Jughead on Archie Andrews); Joe Forte (Michael Shayne, Life With Luigi) and sci-fi writer Murray Leinster (X-Minus One).
And we also have a couple Father’s Day Special to close out the week.
As is an annual tradition; my father, Dan Bell, once again takes over a two-hour blocks full of his favorites. This year he offers up episodes of The Six Shooter, Gunsmoke, Have Gun Will Travel and Tales Of The Texas Rangers.
We also have Father’s Day comedies from Jack Benny, Red Skelton, The Life of Riley and Father Knows Best.
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