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Town Called Hollywood, Feb. 9, 1941

February 9, 2011 | 11:37 am

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  Feb. 9, 1941, Comics  

Feb. 9, 1941: Tom Treanor , who was killed covering World War II for The Times, says people always ask "When was your life in the greatest danger during your European trip?"A reply about riding in an automobile with his friends doesn’t satisfy most people, so Treanor comes up with an anecdote on his travels. (Poor Treanor, he was killed when his jeep crashed into a tank during the liberation of France.)

Jimmie Fidler has the day off. Instead we have Philip K. Scheuer on “The Forgotten Village” and further thoughts on “Fantasia.”

  Feb. 9, 1941, Tom Treanor  

   Feb. 9, 1941, Town Called Hollywood  

  Feb. 9, 1941, Town Called Hollywood
Feb. 9 1941, Town Called Hollywood