Old-Time Radio Episode Spotlight: “Home for Thanksgiving”

“A day of thanksgiving belongs to no one people and no one land, but is in the hearts of all people of all nations who love and understand, and who face each today with courage and each tomorrow with unbounded faith.”–Paul Henreid in “Home for Thanksgiving,” Family Theater, November 27, 1947.

About This Episode: This is a heart-warming story about a former German prisoner of war returning to his battle-scarred hometown with his pregnant American bride. Paul Henreid’s performance transcends the sometimes stilted dialogue. (Joan Leslie’s performance, not so much.)
Google-worthy Reference: UNRAA, the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, an international effort to bring relief to war victims.

To everyone celebrating Thanksgiving today, best wishes for a warm and wonderful holiday. I’d like to offer my own thanks to those who’ve become regular readers of this blog since I started it in August. It’s great fun sharing my embarrassing treasures with you!

U.S. President Harry Truman meets Thanksgiving dinner. (Apparently, the practice of “pardoning” the ceremonial White House turkey didn’t start until 1989.) Source: Public Domain Review

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2 thoughts on “Old-Time Radio Episode Spotlight: “Home for Thanksgiving”

  1. dia says:

    I thought I was the only one that liked old-time radio! Thankful to Satellite radio for bringing it to me–even if only in my car! We like many of the same things–glad I stumbled upon your blog.

    • Amy says:

      I’m glad you like my blog. I took a quick look at yours, and it’s awesome! I’m going to spend more time looking at it later and will add it to my links page. (You can find some more OTR links there. We aren’t the only ones who like it, but it is a select group. : )
      Thanks for commenting!

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