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Henry Fonda

Henry Fonda appears in the following:

The Mother's March on Polio-Celebrity Spots

Saturday, November 01, 1952

Eddie Cantor, Jimmy Durante, Henry Fonda and Perry Como lended their voices to call for volunteers to participate in the 1953 Mother's March on Polio. For two hours on January 28th, 125,000 mothers solicited donations door to door, each in a designated block.


Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives ...

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The Constant Invader, TB Among Older People - Rehabilitation, Program No. 4

Wednesday, April 30, 1952

This episode of The Constant Invader is narrated by Henry Fonda. The story begins at a board meeting for a sanatorium where the Director, Dr. Garwood is lobbying for funds to retain a full time director of rehabilitation.

He tells story of a patient, Joe Steadman, who ...

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The Constant Invader, X-ray Surveys, Program No. 3

Wednesday, March 26, 1952

This episode of The Constant Invader is narrated by Henry Fonda. The story is set in the town of Bolton where civic leaders are urging the Mayor to help pay for an x-ray survey of all citizens over the age of 15. The hope is to stop the spread of ...

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The campaign, starring Henry Fonda

Saturday, January 01, 1949

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WNYC archives id: 70796

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Disabled American Veterans' Foundation : Riot Squad

Monday, January 01, 1940

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This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.

Henry Fonda performs the true story ...

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United Negro College Fund Appeal for Aid

Monday, January 01, 1900

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Radio spots on behalf of the ...

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