Mail Call was a comedy show broadcast overseas for soldiers during World War II. Soldiers could write in and request for their favorite stars to appear. Distributed by the Armed Forces Radio Network, it premiered on August 11, 1942 and ran until 1946.
May 2, 1945
Hosted by Don Wilson
Featuring Clark Gable, Bob Hope, Margaret O’Brien, Dame May Whitty
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