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Remembering 1948

1948 Olympics were austere, Gandhi was shot and killed, Czechoslovakia communist coop, and Israel was declared as an independent state.

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Philco Radio 19481948 is the second full year of peace and prosperity after the world-wide conflagration that was the Second World War, and the crippling desperation of the Great Depression which preceded it. As hard as everyone worked to survive the austerity of the Depression and given the sacrifices made during the War, now that most of the boys are home there is little wonder that everyone began acting as though it was their duty to not only ensure that such an all-encompassing War can never happen again but to enjoy the blessings of prosperity to their fullest.

One sign of change was the realization that Great Britain was no longer quite a great power. This was brought home by the Indian Independence Act of 1947. An important provision of the Act was the partition of British India into the Dominion of India and the Muslim-dominated Dominion of Pakistan. Although there had been continual strife between Hindus and Muslims, Partition was a solution which angered many. Indian spiritual and political leader Mohandas Gandhi was determined to make independence work, including acceptance of Partition, which led Nathuram Godse to shoot him in the chest during a prayer meeting on January 30.

1948 OlympicsThe 1948 Olympic Historical Recordings opened in St. Moritz, Switzerland, the first tie the games would be celebrated in twelve years. The site had been selected, in part, because of Swiss neutrality during the War, but politics still dominated the atmosphere of the Games. The USSR did not send athletes (although there was a group of Soviet observers on hand to determine how a Soviet team would have fared) and Germany and Japan were not invited because of their roles in the War. Post-War Recovery showed in the small crowds at most venues, and in one instance, skiers from the Norwegian team had to borrow skis from the Americans because they could not afford to bring their own. There were no new venues built for the Summer Games in London, which were celebrated beginning July 31, lending the nickname "The Austerity Games" to the event. The London Games also saw the first political defection in Olympic history when Marie Provazníková, President of the International Gymnastics Federation because a coup in February had brought Czechoslovakia into the Soviet Bloc.

When the Allies occupied Germany after the War, the country was divided into different occupation zones, with each of the major powers administering its own sector. The capital, Berlin, was similarly divided, but the city was physically deep within the Soviet zone. Stalin had envisioned a united Germany under a Communist regime after the War to be a client state of the USSR.To further that course, all riverine, road, and rail access to Berlin from the West was cut off in June, leaving West Berlin with only a 36-day stockpile of food and 45 days' worth of coal. There were 1.5 million Soviet troops surrounding Berlin at the time while American and British forces had been drastically drawn down since VE Day. The Western Nations were unwilling to spark a Third World War but also unable to abandon Berlin. An airlift was quickly organized, forcing the Soviets to realize that the only way to stop a group of unarmed cargo planes was to shoot them down, casting them as the aggressors in WWIII. In short order, more than 646 tons of flour and wheat, 125 tons of cereal, 64 tons of fat, 109 tons of meat and fish, 180 tons of dehydrated potatoes, 180 tons of sugar, 11 tons of coffee, 19 tons of powdered milk, 5 tons of whole milk for children, 3 tons of fresh yeast for baking, 144 tons of dehydrated vegetables, 38 tons of salt and 10 tons of cheese was being loaded onto planes and flown into the city every day.

Israel Formed 1948

After the First World War, Great Britain had been given a mandate over the lands of Palestine. The government approved the idea of establishing a homeland for the Jewish people in the area but was reluctant to abuse the rights of the Palestinian Arabs living there. After WWII, there was increasing violence in the region between Jews and Arabs, so Britain handed the matter over to the newly formed United Nations.

1948 UN Human Rights Declaration

In November 1947, UN Resolution 181 (II) was passed, partitioning Palestine into Jewish and Arab sections, based roughly on the population majority in each area, but made no provision for a new state. On May 14, a provisional Jewish government took matters into their own hands when David Ben-Gurion proclaimed the Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel. The states surrounding the newly formed nation responded by invading with the intent of driving Israel into the sea, but they had not counted on the ferocity of the Israeli Defense forces.

On December 20, the United Nations General Assembly formally adopts the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Reflecting the common human experience of two World Wars, the Declaration reflects the spirit of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's "Four Freedoms"; Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, Freedom from Fear, and Freedom from Want.

  • One of the nails in the coffin of the British Empire was the Indian Independence Act of 1947. A major provision of the Act was the partition of British India into Muslim dominated Pakistan and Hindu India. Partitioning was far from universally accepted by the Indian people, and religious riots broke out around the country. Calling for his countrymen to observe peace, Mohandas Gandhi began a "fast unto death" to help quell the violence on January 12. Hindu Nationalists felt Gandhi was too accommodating, and on January 30, assassin Nathuram Godse fired three pistol shots into Gandhi's chest, killing the prophet of nonviolence.
  • 1948 P51 MustangCaptain Thomas Mantell, an experienced and decorated pilot with the Kentucky Air National Guard, blacked out while flying his F-51 Mustang in pursuit of an Unidentified Flying Object, and died when the plane crashed into a farm near the Kentucky-Tennessee border. There had been earlier reports of UFO, but until Mantell's death they had been relegated to "silly news" reports. After the Mantell Incident, UFOs began to be taken seriously.
  • The Winter Olympic Games open in St. Moritz, Switzerland, on January 39. The Summer Games will open in London on July 29. The Games have not been celebrated for 12 years because of WWII, the last Olympics were the 1936 Berlin Games. The London Games will be know as "the Austerity Games" because Britain, desperate to recover economically from the War, cannot afford to build any new venues for the events.
  • The Soviet Union begins taking measures to jam broadcasts of The Voice of America radio program beamed into the country on February 1.
  • 1948 NASCARMechanic Bill France Sr. organizes a group of race car drivers in Daytona Beach, Florida, on February 21 to form the National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing, NASCAR will become the second most watched professional sport after NFL Football.
  • A group of restless WWII veterans come together in California n March 17 to form the Hell's Angels Motorcycle Gang.
  • Renowned Italian conductor Arturo Tuscanini debuts on television with the NBC Symphony Orchestra on March 20. Baseball legend Babe Ruth dies quietly in his sleep on August 16.
  • Laurence Olivier's Hamlet makes its American debut on September 29.
  • Alger HissThe House UnAmerican Activities Committee subpoenas former Communist Party member and Soviet spy Whittaker Chambers on August 5 and begins a tradition of "naming names" before the HUAC. Among the Communists whom Chambers claims have worked with and for him is State Department and United Nations official Alger Hiss. Hiss appears before HUAC to deny the allegations, but he is eventually convicted of perjury before Congress. Ironically, Chambers was guilty of many of the same crimes he accused Hiss of and more, but he was protected because of his cooperation with the Committee.
  • The Korean Peninsula south of the 38th Parallel is established as the Republic of Korea on August 15. The People's Republic of Korea is established on September 9 under the leadership of Kim il-Sung.The last Soviet troops will withdraw from the North on December 26.
  • 1948 PorscheThe first Porsche 356 sports cars roll off the line. The 356 is designed by Ferry Porsche, son of the designer who introduced "the People's Car" to Adolph Hitler, and the 356 and succeeding Porsches have many similarities to the VW Beetle. The iconic Land Rover is introduced at the Amsterdam Autoshow in April. The Land Rover used technology developed for the American Jeep in WWII, but although popular with the military and adventurers, the Land Rover was designed to act as transport and a tractor for farmers, early models included a power-take-off to power fame machinery. Willies-Overland introduces the Jeepster, a sportier version of the utilitarian Jeep, making it one of the earliest SUV "crossover" vehicles.
  • At the end of WWII, the victorious Allies divided Germany and its capital, Berlin, into specific zones of Occupation. Berlin was deep within the Soviet zone, and on June 24,the Soviets blocked road, rail, and waterborne access to the city in an attempt to drive the Western forces out. The response, beginning on June 25, began with Operation Vittles, the delivery of necessities to the city via Air Force Cargo planes. The overall effort became known as the Berlin Airlift.
  • On July 20, President Truman reinstated the peacetime draft for only the second time (the first being under FDR in 1940). He also signed Executive Order 9981, which lifted racial segregation in the military.
  • On November 2, Truman won reelection over "Dixiecrat" Thomas Dewey.
  • CBS drops The American School of the Air, but introduces Life With Luigi and Cabin B-13. Box 13 is heard on Mutual, and NBC drops Fitch Bandwagon and Believe It Or Not.

1948 Truman Reelection Train

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      65 shows - total playtime 27 hours 39 minutes
      1. aa480518 Selling Andy A Cabin For $250.mp3
      2. ALLSTARW 480529 0095 JOCKEY AND THE COWPOKE.MP3
      3. Amazing Mr Tut 480705 001 Advice To A Young Lawyerpremiere.mp3
      4. Archie Andrews 480612 Archie Fights A Cold.mp3
      5. Are These Our Children 480929 Witness to Murder.mp3
      6. BB 480804 186 Alibi Time.mp3
      7. Bell Telephone Hour 481212 Christmas Show.mp3
      8. Bergen McCarthy 480404 Rudy Valee.mp3
      9. Bill Stern 480402 444 W Jack Dempsy.mp3
      10. Bing Crosby 480324 Peggy Lee.mp3
      11. Bob Hope 481026 391 Martin & Lewis.mp3
      12. Bob Ray 480913.mp3
      13. Box 13 481003 (07) George Flit Detective.mp3
      14. Burns Allen 480212 Babysitting For Kay Kyser.mp3
      15. Cabin B13 480705 Bill And Brenda Leslie.mp3
      16. Cbs Is There 480314 22 Death Of Socrates.mp3
      17. Charlie Mccarthy 481226 Last Show For Chase And Sanborn.mp3
      18. COTY 481215 0588 Marlowes' Gang.mp3
      19. CP 480914 341 Ava Gardner Steve Allen Herb Jeffries.mp3
      20. Ellery Queen 480429 351 Three Frogs.mp3
      21. Escape 480222 036 (EC) How Love Came To Professor Guildea.mp3
      22. Favorite Story 480515 35 Dr Heideggers Experiment.mp3
      23. FMM 480330 0547 Theres a Small Hotel.mp3
      24. Ford Theater 480627 39 Arrowsmith.mp3
      25. Fred Allen 480523 Fred Wants to do Bing's Life Story.MP3
      26. Gang Busters 480612 0533 Case Of Park Avenue Pilferers.mp3
      27. Gentlemen Adventurers 480206 Bandit Blonde.mp3
      28. GG 481103 300 Engagement.mp3
      29. Grand Ole Opry 480229 Red Foley Cowboy Copas.mp3
      30. Green Hornet 480120 Matter Of Evidence.mp3
      31. Guest Star 480711 0068 Ya Gotta Start Each Day With Song.mp3
      32. High Adventure 480407 Barrier.mp3
      33. Its Time To Smile 481217 Jacks Proposition.mp3
      34. Jack 480311 Clear The Tracks.mp3
      35. Jack Benny 480502 1931 Guest Show.mp3
      36. Jeff Regan Investigator 481218 Man Who Lived By Sea.mp3
      37. Jimmy Durante Show 480324 25 Vacations.mp3
      38. Louella Parsons 480926 George Raft.mp3
      39. LR 480618 If A Body Finds A Body.mp3
      40. Mysterious Traveler 480622 159 Zero Hour.mp3
      41. News 480130 NBC News Of World Gandhi Special.mp3
      42. News 480403 CBC Atom Bomb.mp3
      43. News 480501 WHAS Kentucky Derby Clem McCarthy.mp3
      44. News 480722 ABC Voice of Nation.mp3
      45. News 480905 ABC Jergens Journal Walter Winchell.mp3
      46. News 480926 CBS Louella Parsons George Raft.mp3
      47. News 481031 WQXR Halloween Nightmare.mp3
      48. News 481231 NBC Bill Sterns 479 George Raft Year Review.mp3
      49. Our Miss Brooks 481024 012 Surprize Party.mp3
      50. Ozzie And Harriet 481205 A Visit From Bing Crosby.mp3
      51. Phil Harris Alice Faye 481219 Jack Benny As Santa Cl.mp3
      52. Philco Radio Time 480303 Guest Jack Benny.mp3
      53. Philip Marlowe 480926 001 Red Wind.mp3
      54. QuietPlease 480726 e058 The Man Who Stole A Planet.mp3
      55. Red Skelton Show 481022 222 Juniors Arsenal.mp3
      56. Roger Kilgore Public Defender 480427 George Brown.mp3
      57. Sam Spade 480711 B094 Wheel Of Life Caper.mp3
      58. Superman 480209 1356 BatmansGreatMystery5.mp3
      59. Susp 480306 287 In Lonely Place.mp3
      60. The Hunters 481129 You Take Ballistics.mp3
      61. Tom Mix 480809 Hurricane Horse Pt2.mp3
      62. Under Arrest 480801 32 A Janet Sherwood.mp3
      63. Vox Pop 480121 Glen Seabord Atomic Sci Chatanooga Tn.mp3
      64. Whistler 480121 295 Twelve Portraits Of Marcia.mp3
      65. YTJD 481207 000 Aud Dick Powell Milford Brooks Iii.mp3
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    65 recordings on 1 MP3 Collection Download for just $4.50
    total playtime 27 hours, 39 min
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      65 shows - total playtime 27 hours 39 minutes
      1. aa480518 Selling Andy A Cabin For $250.mp3
      2. ALLSTARW 480529 0095 JOCKEY AND THE COWPOKE.MP3
      3. Amazing Mr Tut 480705 001 Advice To A Young Lawyerpremiere.mp3
      4. Archie Andrews 480612 Archie Fights A Cold.mp3
      5. Are These Our Children 480929 Witness to Murder.mp3
      6. BB 480804 186 Alibi Time.mp3
      7. Bell Telephone Hour 481212 Christmas Show.mp3
      8. Bergen McCarthy 480404 Rudy Valee.mp3
      9. Bill Stern 480402 444 W Jack Dempsy.mp3
      10. Bing Crosby 480324 Peggy Lee.mp3
      11. Bob Hope 481026 391 Martin & Lewis.mp3
      12. Bob Ray 480913.mp3
      13. Box 13 481003 (07) George Flit Detective.mp3
      14. Burns Allen 480212 Babysitting For Kay Kyser.mp3
      15. Cabin B13 480705 Bill And Brenda Leslie.mp3
      16. Cbs Is There 480314 22 Death Of Socrates.mp3
      17. Charlie Mccarthy 481226 Last Show For Chase And Sanborn.mp3
      18. COTY 481215 0588 Marlowes' Gang.mp3
      19. CP 480914 341 Ava Gardner Steve Allen Herb Jeffries.mp3
      20. Ellery Queen 480429 351 Three Frogs.mp3
      21. Escape 480222 036 (EC) How Love Came To Professor Guildea.mp3
      22. Favorite Story 480515 35 Dr Heideggers Experiment.mp3
      23. FMM 480330 0547 Theres a Small Hotel.mp3
      24. Ford Theater 480627 39 Arrowsmith.mp3
      25. Fred Allen 480523 Fred Wants to do Bing's Life Story.MP3
      26. Gang Busters 480612 0533 Case Of Park Avenue Pilferers.mp3
      27. Gentlemen Adventurers 480206 Bandit Blonde.mp3
      28. GG 481103 300 Engagement.mp3
      29. Grand Ole Opry 480229 Red Foley Cowboy Copas.mp3
      30. Green Hornet 480120 Matter Of Evidence.mp3
      31. Guest Star 480711 0068 Ya Gotta Start Each Day With Song.mp3
      32. High Adventure 480407 Barrier.mp3
      33. Its Time To Smile 481217 Jacks Proposition.mp3
      34. Jack 480311 Clear The Tracks.mp3
      35. Jack Benny 480502 1931 Guest Show.mp3
      36. Jeff Regan Investigator 481218 Man Who Lived By Sea.mp3
      37. Jimmy Durante Show 480324 25 Vacations.mp3
      38. Louella Parsons 480926 George Raft.mp3
      39. LR 480618 If A Body Finds A Body.mp3
      40. Mysterious Traveler 480622 159 Zero Hour.mp3
      41. News 480130 NBC News Of World Gandhi Special.mp3
      42. News 480403 CBC Atom Bomb.mp3
      43. News 480501 WHAS Kentucky Derby Clem McCarthy.mp3
      44. News 480722 ABC Voice of Nation.mp3
      45. News 480905 ABC Jergens Journal Walter Winchell.mp3
      46. News 480926 CBS Louella Parsons George Raft.mp3
      47. News 481031 WQXR Halloween Nightmare.mp3
      48. News 481231 NBC Bill Sterns 479 George Raft Year Review.mp3
      49. Our Miss Brooks 481024 012 Surprize Party.mp3
      50. Ozzie And Harriet 481205 A Visit From Bing Crosby.mp3
      51. Phil Harris Alice Faye 481219 Jack Benny As Santa Cl.mp3
      52. Philco Radio Time 480303 Guest Jack Benny.mp3
      53. Philip Marlowe 480926 001 Red Wind.mp3
      54. QuietPlease 480726 e058 The Man Who Stole A Planet.mp3
      55. Red Skelton Show 481022 222 Juniors Arsenal.mp3
      56. Roger Kilgore Public Defender 480427 George Brown.mp3
      57. Sam Spade 480711 B094 Wheel Of Life Caper.mp3
      58. Superman 480209 1356 BatmansGreatMystery5.mp3
      59. Susp 480306 287 In Lonely Place.mp3
      60. The Hunters 481129 You Take Ballistics.mp3
      61. Tom Mix 480809 Hurricane Horse Pt2.mp3
      62. Under Arrest 480801 32 A Janet Sherwood.mp3
      63. Vox Pop 480121 Glen Seabord Atomic Sci Chatanooga Tn.mp3
      64. Whistler 480121 295 Twelve Portraits Of Marcia.mp3
      65. YTJD 481207 000 Aud Dick Powell Milford Brooks Iii.mp3
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    65 recordings on 30 Audio CDs
    total playtime 27 hours, 39 min

    1948 Disc A001

    1. Green Hornet 480120 Matter Of Evidence
    2. Vox Pop 480121 Glen Seabord Atomic Sci Chatanooga Tn

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    1948 Disc A002

    1. Whistler 480121 295 Twelve Portraits Of Marcia
    2. News 480130 NBC News Of World Gandhi Special

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    1948 Disc A003

    1. Gentlemen Adventurers 480206 Bandit Blonde
    2. Superman 480209 1356 BatmansGreatMystery5

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    1948 Disc A004

    1. Burns Allen 480212 Babysitting For Kay Kyser
    2. Escape 480222 036 (EC) How Love Came To Professor Guildea

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    1948 Disc A005

    1. Grand Ole Opry 480229 Red Foley Cowboy Copas
    2. Philco Radio Time 480303 Guest Jack Benny

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    1948 Disc A006

    1. Susp 480306 287 In Lonely Place

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    1948 Disc A007

    1. Jack 480311 Clear The Tracks
    2. Cbs Is There 480314 22 Death Of Socrates

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    1948 Disc A008

    1. Bing Crosby 480324 Peggy Lee
    2. Jimmy Durante Show 480324 25 Vacations

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    1948 Disc A009

    1. FMM 480330 0547 Theres a Small Hotel
    2. Bill Stern 480402 444 W Jack Dempsy
    3. News 480403 CBC Atom Bomb
    4. Bergen McCarthy 480404 Rudy Valee

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    1948 Disc A010

    1. High Adventure 480407 Barrier
    2. Roger Kilgore Public Defender 480427 George Brown

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    1948 Disc A011

    1. Ellery Queen 480429 351 Three Frogs
    2. News 480501 WHAS Kentucky Derby Clem McCarthy
    3. Jack Benny 480502 1931 Guest Show

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    1948 Disc A012

    1. Favorite Story 480515 35 Dr Heideggers Experiment
    2. aa480518 Selling Andy A Cabin For $250
    3. Fred Allen 480523 Fred Wants to do Bing's Life Story

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    1948 Disc A013

    1. ALLSTARW 480529 0095 JOCKEY AND THE COWPOKE
    2. Archie Andrews 480612 Archie Fights A Cold

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    1948 Disc A014

    1. Gang Busters 480612 0533 Case Of Park Avenue Pilferers
    2. LR 480618 If A Body Finds A Body

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    1948 Disc A015

    1. Mysterious Traveler 480622 159 Zero Hour

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    1948 Disc A016

    1. Ford Theater 480627 39 Arrowsmith

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    1948 Disc A017

    1. Amazing Mr Tut 480705 001 Advice To A Young Lawyerpremiere
    2. Cabin B13 480705 Bill And Brenda Leslie

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    1948 Disc A018

    1. Guest Star 480711 0068 Ya Gotta Start Each Day With Song
    2. Sam Spade 480711 B094 Wheel Of Life Caper
    3. News 480722 ABC Voice of Nation

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    1948 Disc A019

    1. QuietPlease 480726 e058 The Man Who Stole A Planet
    2. Under Arrest 480801 32 A Janet Sherwood

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    1948 Disc A020

    1. BB 480804 186 Alibi Time
    2. Tom Mix 480809 Hurricane Horse Pt2
    3. News 480905 ABC Jergens Journal Walter Winchell

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    1948 Disc A021

    1. Bob Ray 480913
    2. CP 480914 341 Ava Gardner Steve Allen Herb Jeffries

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    1948 Disc A022

    1. Louella Parsons 480926 George Raft
    2. News 480926 CBS Louella Parsons George Raft
    3. Philip Marlowe 480926 001 Red Wind

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    1948 Disc A023

    1. Are These Our Children 480929 Witness to Murder
    2. Box 13 481003 (07) George Flit Detective

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    1948 Disc A024

    1. Red Skelton Show 481022 222 Juniors Arsenal
    2. Our Miss Brooks 481024 012 Surprize Party

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    1948 Disc A025

    1. Bob Hope 481026 391 Martin & Lewis
    2. News 481031 WQXR Halloween Nightmare
    3. GG 481103 300 Engagement

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    1948 Disc A026

    1. The Hunters 481129 You Take Ballistics
    2. Ozzie And Harriet 481205 A Visit From Bing Crosby

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    1948 Disc A027

    1. YTJD 481207 000 Aud Dick Powell Milford Brooks Iii
    2. Bell Telephone Hour 481212 Christmas Show

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    1948 Disc A028

    1. COTY 481215 0588 Marlowes' Gang
    2. Its Time To Smile 481217 Jacks Proposition

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    1948 Disc A029

    1. Jeff Regan Investigator 481218 Man Who Lived By Sea
    2. Phil Harris Alice Faye 481219 Jack Benny As Santa Cl

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    1948 Disc A030

    1. Charlie Mccarthy 481226 Last Show For Chase And Sanborn
    2. News 481231 NBC Bill Sterns 479 George Raft Year Review

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