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1948

Songs and Nostalgia

Harry Truman was President, the Cleveland Indians won the World Series and the Pez Candy dispenser was invented!  Movie Theatres were premiering Easter Parade, I Remember Mama, Key Largo and The Snake Pit. Songs that topped the Billboard charts included, There’s a Tree In the Meadow, You call Everybody Darlin,and  I’m Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover. Cole Porter’s Kiss me Kateand Arthur Miller’s, Death of a Salesmanopened on Broadway.

 

Join Patty Carver as she shares trivia & stories about people, events and pop culture of that unforgettable year… 1948!