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Nostalgia Digest Winter 2019

Nostalgia Digest Winter 2019

Steve Darnall: Those Were the Days Number 2,500!
“A Few Moments with . . . Stuart Canin” (uncredited)
Steve Darnall “Slings and Arrows” The story of Jack Benny, Fred Allen, and how an off-hand remark led to radio’s biggest feud.
Christopher Warner “The Long Rider” Remembering Hollywood’s first stunt hero star, Yakima Canutt.
Jim Dohren “The Big Chill” Remembering the annual rituals that kept a house warm in winter.
Leonard Maltin “From Silent Screen to Small Screen” How television provided a successful third act for some of Hollywood’s earliest stars.
Wayne Klatt “We’ll Always Have . . . Casablanca
Garry Berman “Television’s Own Private Idaho” The remarkable story of The Boys From Boise, and medium’s first musical comedy.
Michael P. Jensen “The Re-Invention of John Barrymore
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Plus, the Radio Program Guide for Those Were the Days and WGN Radio Theatre

Editor: Steve Darnall
Nostalgia Digest Winter 2019
5.5” x 8.5” 64 pages, b&w interior
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