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73 minutes | Aug 30, 2022
Episode #32: Vocabulary Lesson
Gather 'round, everybody. Class is now in session. Our subject: a lesson in vocabulary. Yes, Jennifer is defining for us terms that are part of the Circa 19xx Land vernacular. What's Crystal made of, and why it is called "crystal"? When is something considered an antique? When is it vintage? Which came first: Art Deco or Art Nouveau? And what in the world is a "whiplash curl"? You'll be able to astonish your friends with your grasp of trivial knowledge after tonight's show. As is her custom, Jennifer also takes a few detours along the way, giving us a tour of her pool bag, talking about the first movie she ever remembers seeing, and sharing some soothing words about relaxation from a book she's currently reading. It's a potpourri of topics tonight, so tuck yourself in and turn out the lights. It's time for another episode of Circa Sunday Night.Show LinksJennifer's Favorite Circa Sunday Night Episode: "Egyptomania!"Circa 19xx Land YouTube Channel Website Instagram Meet your Podcaster
89 minutes | Jul 16, 2022
Episode #31: Jennifer Tours Newport!
Jennifer dropped off the face of the Earth--but she's back now (after three months, but who's counting?). She's been touring mansions again--this time in Newport, Rhode Island. She recounts her adventures for us and answers the question: what is it like to spend the night in a big, 150-year-old Victorian gothic mansion ALONE? She also shares with us some tips for decorating our own Gilded Age-inspired ballrooms. There's a jam-packed itinerary for our little junket to Rhode Island, but then we switch gears altogether to spend some time with our old friends, the Crawleys, over at Downton Abbey. Have you seen the latest film? Jennifer has, and she's over the moon about it. And, then, before she says goodnight, Jennifer tells us all about the vintage plastic candlesticks she plans to be buried with. We haven't caught as much as a glimpse of Jennifer since April, so there's a lot of catching up to do! Show LinksJennifer's Packing Cubes for CalpakIvy LodgeThe Preservation Society of Newport CountyThe Fascinating Story Behind the Downton Abbey Theme Song (Town & Country)Circa 19xx Land YouTube Channel Website Instagram Meet your Podcaster
70 minutes | Apr 10, 2022
Episode #30: The Bunny Show
The world is such a harsh place, and life is very hard. But you know what isn’t hard? Fluffy bunnies. Tonight Jennifer does a deep dive into her favorite bunny story: The Velveteen Rabbit. She’ll also take a look at a song right out of Circa 19xx Land that also has ties to Jennifer's memories of the 1980s. And then she'll share with you what she hopes the Easter bunny brings to her this year in her Easter basket. She has a wish list—and everything on it is cool vintage stuff. Let’s have three cheers for “Sryoco!” What? Don't worry, it will all make sense later on. And of course we’ll explore The Velveteen Rabbit. It’s more meaningful and beautiful than you remember. Yeah, this is another wacky show in our series, but it wouldn’t be Circa Sunday Night otherwise. Show LinksI'll Follow My Secret Heart (Awesome Song from Episode #28 by Noel Coward)The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams Bianco, Digital Archive VersionJennifer's Fantasy Easter Basket: Avon Cape CodJennifer's Fantasy Easter Basket: Net LaceJennifer's Fantasy Easter Basket: Syroco FloralsJennifer's Fantasy Easter Basket: Vintage Vanity JarsJennifer's Fantasy Easter Basket: Camphor Glass PendantCirca 19xx Land YouTube Channel Website Instagram Meet your Podcaster
55 minutes | Mar 26, 2022
Episode #29: For Your Reading List: The Enchanted April
Jennifer has become enchanted with April. Wait, no, that's not quite right. She's over the moon about a book she just discovered entitled The Enchanted April. Yeah, that's it. This book has been around for 100 years, but it just now made it onto Jennifer's reading list and she's now wondering where it has been all her life. Written by Elizabeth Von Arnim and inspired by her stay in 1920 at Castello Brown, a beautiful Mediterranean fortress in Portofino, Italy, The Enchanted April was published in 1922. It was a dreamy, satisfying read--and a film adaptation from the early 1990s is even better! It's so hard to find a book (even though there are literally millions available with the click of a mouse), Jennifer is doing us a favor by assigning us this read. In tonight's show she explores the author, the magical "castello" (castle) that inspired her, and introduces the main characters. Jennifer has promised not to spoil the details of the story, or the ending, and while she skirts the boundaries of spoilerville, she doesn't quite cross the line. Also in tonight's show is a song sure to lodge in your brain like an ear worm--even though it's in Italian. Come along as we journey to Portofino for one unforgettable April.Show LinksThe Enchanted April Audiobook Read by Helen TaylorLuncheon Scene from the film The Enchanted AprilCastello Brown WebsiteCirca 19xx Land YouTube Channel Website Instagram Meet your Podcaster
66 minutes | Mar 6, 2022
Episode #28: Mental Detox: A Virtual Retreat
Huh? The title of this episode doesn't sound like something one would find in Circa 19xx Land. Well, Jennifer got a notion; Blame an off-the-cuff remark in Episode 27 for this one. She said something in that episode that tickled her own fancy...and here we are. In tonight's show Jennifer leads us on a virtual retreat in which we clean out our heads of toxic muck only to fill them up again with good, wholesome stuff. Dust off your old school notebooks and find a pencil, because we get assignments along the way. Jennifer designed a five-facet program to help us through a mental cleanse that's focused on Humor, Words, Music, Imagery, and Personal Surroundings. Ok, even she knows this is a wacky departure from our usual fare on Circa Sunday Night. But don't worry: she pulls in content that IS in our Circa Sunday Night wheelhouse, too. Here's to a new adventure! Dare to come along?Show LinksThe Honeymooners: "Better Living Through Television"Catechism of the Catholic ChurchPsalm 23Winds on Velvet Album by Elliot Lawrence and His OrchestraVictoria Magazine WebsiteVictoria Magazine on InstagramCirca 19xx Land YouTube Channel Website Instagram Meet your Podcaster
65 minutes | Feb 22, 2022
Episode #27: Let's Talk About the Gilded Age
Oops! Jennifer forgot the show was called Circa SUNDAY Night, and posted this week's episode on Monday. But, we'll forgive her this time because tonight's show is all about the Gilded Age in New York, and as this episode of Circa Sunday Night goes up, a new episode of the HBO drama The Gilded Age is airing as well. Wait...could this have been part of her brilliant plan all along? We'll never know. But what we can say is that tonight's show is weird. One minute we're talking about Downton Abby, the next we're talking about the Vanderbilts, and somewhere in between we're taking a stroll down memory lane with Jennifer as she recounts key moments from high school at her old hometown's soon-to-be-demolished shopping mall. On second thought, it's not so weird; it's just another romp around Circa 19xx Land. Once we leave Jennifer's childhood mall we'll make our way to a sparkling 19th Century dinner party, meet the Mrs. Astor, and learn about the fine art of ormolu. It's all in a night's work. Won't you come along?Hey, did you know that Jennifer's on YouTube now? Please visit her channel and subscribe. She's desperate.Circa 19xx Land on YouTubeShow LinksReally beautiful and awesome books for this episode:The Gilded Age in New York by Esther CrainA Season of Splendor: The Court of Mrs. Astor in Gilded Age New York by Greg KingWhen the Astors Owned New York by Justin KaplanThe Gilded Age: Overture to the American Century by Alan AxelrodArticleExamples of Ormolu: The Mayfair GalleryArticle about Ormolu: The Mayfair Gallery BlogUrban Explorer Video about White Lakes Mall that Upset JenniferLook for the Orange Julius Canopy!Circa 19xx Land YouTube Channel Website Instagram Meet your Podcaster
55 minutes | Feb 5, 2022
Episode #26: Voyage Aboard the Prinzessin Victoria Luise
Tonight Jennifer confronts the winter blues head-on with an imaginary excursion on the ill-fated Prinzessin Victoria Luise, the first ship designed specifically for pleasure cruising. We're traveling back to 1901 for this little trip, and on that maiden voyage, everything is glittering and beautiful--just as it should be. But, as is so often the case (and why is that? Jennifer wonders...) tragedy looms large in the future of our lovely ship. A crash, a suicide, on-board pandemonium (or not?)--it's all part of the Victoria Luise story. It's a bit much for Jennifer, so she indulges in an extended side-bar to learn more about the famous (and ah-MAZING) Louis Vitton steamer trunks of the era. Is this episode about Gilded Age glamour, historic ships, weird psychology, or sensationalistic journalism? Uh...all of the above. This is a vacation that could only be taken in Circa 19xx Land.News: Jennifer now has a YouTube channel!Season 3 episodes of Circa Sunday Night will now air on YouTube as well as the usual podcast platforms. Now and then there will be some video out there, too. New YouTube Channel, "Jennifer Passariello's Circa 19xx Land" Supplemental video for tonight's episode Links for tonight's show: Smithsonian Magazine article about the Prinzessin Victoria Luise Christie's video on Louis Vitton steamer trunks Antiques Roadshow clip on Louis Vitton steamer trunks Louis Vitton website history page Bonus link: A beautiful song from the era, Jennifer's favorite Scott Joplin piece, "Wall Street Rag," by the New England Ragtime Ensemble. Do yourself a favor today and listen to this happy recording. Circa 19xx Land YouTube Channel Website Instagram Meet your Podcaster
124 minutes | Dec 18, 2021
Episode #25: 2021 Christmas Party
Come on over to Jennifer’s house for her annual Christmas party! There’s plenty of cheesecake—and really bad egg nog—to go around. Olive will be there to greet you at the door, and if you can somehow make it past her, you’ll encounter an interesting collection of guests, such as Steve Allen, the first host of the Tonight Show, and the Anderson family from the old radio program Father Knows Best. Jennifer talks Christmas movies, plays a little game of Christmas movie trivia, and counts down the hottest gift ideas—of 1921. What other party could possibly include both synchronized swimmers and an annual visit to the Kmart of yesteryear (“Attention: Security to section 10!”)? No other party; just this one. So stop in, take off your coat, and stay awhile. It’s time to celebrate the season the Circa Sunday Night way, and we’re waiting for you to get the party started.Cool LinksThe Steve Allen Christmas Show (1961)Famous dance scene from Picnic with William Holden and Kim Novak (1955)Saturday Evening Post: "Popular Christmas Gift Ads from the 1920s"Kmart Christmas Loop from Archive.orgJennifer's favorite Christmas album: Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme's That Holiday Feeling (1964)Louis Armstrong Christmas album"First Date" clip from The Shop Around the Corner (1940) Want more Christmas? Check out the 2020 Circa Sunday Night Christmas Party Circa 19xx LandFollow Jennifer on Instagram! Circa19xx.com Meet Jennifer
98 minutes | Dec 5, 2021
Episode #24: Leroux's Phantom
Welcome to Jennifer's latest obsession: The Phantom of the Opera. Her sister forced her to watch the 25th Anniversary stage production at Royal Albert Hall from 2011, and she fell hard for the show. To learn more she read the original novel by Gaston Leroux, she watched a couple of classic film adaptations from 1925 and 1943, and basically immersed herself in all things Phantom. Before she realized that Leroux's book was published in 1910 she lamented the fact that Phantom as a topic wasn't a fit for Circa Sunday Night--it was too Victorian, which is a little south of Circa 19xx Land. But when she discovered that no! the story had been serialized in 1909 and ultimately published as a stand-alone novel in 1910, she literally exclaimed aloud, "Bingo!" This little book is right in our neighborhood...and now it's right on our show. In tonight's episode, we go deep into Leroux's invented world and watch as Jennifer's heart breaks all over again upon revisiting the Phantom's sorrowful tale. You just never know where we're going to end up on this show. This time, we're in Paris, at the opulent Palais Garnier. Is there a better place to be?Cool LinksPalais Garnier Video Tour Palais Garnier Website The Mystery of the Yellow Room, BBC4 The Saturday Play (1998) Daily Telegraph Article on Gaston LerouxScenes from Andrew Lloyd Webber's PhantomCirca 19xx LandFollow Jennifer on Instagram!Circa19xx.comMeet Jennifer
128 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Episode #23: Halloween Spooktacular
Jennifer loves prowling around and researching old stuff, so it’s only natural—or should we say SUPERnatural —that she would run into a ghost story now and then. Tonight she takes us on a tour of the murkier regions of Circa19xx Land to meet a few of their less corporeal inhabitants. Tonight's itinerary: We take a spin around the phantom ballroom at the Overlook Hotel (you know how Jennifer loves a good ballroom); Jennifer then takes us to the creepiest haunted mansion she has actually been to—right near her own hometown; We set sail on a majestic, and notoriously haunted, art deco gem: the Queen Mary; and We celebrate the season with the Addams Family and get some home decor inspiration from their eccentric creator. Jennifer presents a variety of songs (don't be alarmed; she isn't doing the singing) and other spooky novelties as well. We wrap up in the Vintage Century Reading Room with the conclusion of F. Scott Fitzgerald's story, "The Cut Glass Bowl."Light your candle and settle in for the night. This one comes at your request. It's a Halloween Spooktacular, Circa Sunday Night Style!To ExploreThe Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, ColoradoPics from the Vaile MansionReally Excellent Full Tour of Vaile Mansion with Tour GuidesQueen Mary Short History VideoAstonishing Legends Podcast on the Queen MaryCharles Addams Illustrations:~ Miss Universe~ Movie Scream~ Addams FamilyHalloween with the Addams Family (Full Episode)Circa 19xx LandFollow Jennifer on Instagram!Circa19xx.comMeet Jennifer
117 minutes | Sep 19, 2021
Episode #22: Old School
WARNING: Dorky content ahead. (Some might argue that all Circa Sunday Night episodes should come with this warning, but perhaps this one is dorkier than most.) Tonight we’re going to take a peek into the exciting world of vintage school materials. Yes, materials that were used in classrooms to shape the youth of yesteryear and prepare them to inherit the world. OK, so this may not be everyone’s cup of tea. It IS Jennifer’s cup of tea, though. She was a teacher once, and made a very long career in the field of learning and development and instructional design. Can she help it if she finds textbooks and teacher’s manuals as fascinating as other people find blockbuster movies or true crime podcasts? No, she cannot. So, here we are. She brings us along as she unboxes a 1969 SRA Reading Laboratory Kit that is in near mint condition. While we're in the late 1960s we examine one of the wackiest school films ever made—one that features some trippy magic pancakes. We wrap up our old school tour by learning how to choose television programs from a 1955 textbook in Jennifer’s collection. But wait, there’s more! We learn about birthstones in tonight’s show, pay homage to willow trees in song, and continue our F. Scott Fitzgerald story in the Vintage Century Reading Room. Are you still willing to tune in? Hey, well then you’re Jennifer’s kind of person! Sharpen your pencils and find your seats. We're going back in time...and back to school.References McGraw-Hill SRA (Science Research Associates) WebsiteWinter of the Witch School Film (Magic Pancakes) on YoutubeNew York Times Article: "About a Witch: 1969 Film Touches a Generation"History of BIrthstonesClifford Brown with StringsVisit Circa19xx.comNEW! See Pics of the ShowMeet the PodcasterNEW! So...I'm back on Instagram. If you're interested in my exciting (uh, really?) life beyond Circa Sunday Night follow me!
111 minutes | Sep 5, 2021
Episode #21: Zelda
Jennifer goes on and on tonight about Zelda Fitzgerald, the subject of two books she has just read and the object of her current obsession. Was she a flapper or philosopher? Both, perhaps, as well as a dancer, a writer, a painter, a muse, and a girl who may have lost her mind but found her soul. It was inevitable that Zelda, that iconic "It" girl of the 1920s and wife of literary giant F. Scott Fitzgerald, would make an appearance in Circa 19xx Land; after all, the early Twentieth Century belonged to her...and she belonged to it. How could we not invite her to our party? Jennifer continues her exploration of the Jazz Age by revealing her "second favorite" George Gershwin piece and then dashes over to the CSN news desk to file a report on how Dolly Parton shops for antiques. She wraps up with a sure-fire regimen for combatting the "Sunday Scaries" (in 5 easy steps!). How many podcasts out there can cure insomnia and the Sunday Scaries? Just this one. Oh, and we find ourselves back in the Vintage Century Reading Room tonight for part 2 of F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1920 short story, "The Cut Glass Bowl." It's nearly 2 hours (2 hours!) of exciting content...and a lot of Jennifer talking.Links for Tonight's ShowZelda by Nancy MilfordDear Scott, Dearest Zelda The Collected Writings of Zelda Fitzgerald edited by Matthew Bruccoli "Beauty and Madness: Caesar's Things, a Christian Novel by Zelda Fitzgerald""Yes, Dolly Parton Does her Own Antique Shopping"Fox News: "Sunday Scaries Cause Work-Related Stress for More Than Half American Professionals"Visit Circa19xx.comThe BlogMeet the PodcasterNEW! So...I'm back on Instagram. If you're interested in my exciting (uh, really?) life beyond Circa Sunday Night follow me!
99 minutes | Aug 8, 2021
Episode #20: Old South Florida
Road trip, anyone? Jennifer's in Florida again, but this time she's nowhere near the Magic Kingdom. With Miami as home base, she's gassed up the rental car and set the GPS to a place (South Florida) and a decade (the 1920s) where she explores a beautiful old mansion and garden, a historic and spectacular swimming pool, and a glamorous prohibition-era hotel. Oh, and the highlight: Jennifer visits a crazy tourist attraction from the 1920s that she has dreamed of for decades. Does reality live up to the dream? (Spoiler alert: Yes!). She also does some hard-hitting investigative work to determine why Miami drivers honk their horns... A LOT. It could be their way of saying hello... or it could be their way of alerting other drivers that Jennifer is on the road again and a danger to herself and others. Either way, we'll get to the bottom of it. Finally, we learn about Charleston (the song) and The Charleston (the dance). We are visiting the '20s, after all. And speaking of flappers (were we speaking of flappers?) Jennifer puts all the Circa Sunday Night listeners to sleep with the latest addition to the Vintage Century Reading Room. Tonight's episode is a virtual vacation, so pack your bags and hop a plane. We'll meet you in Miami!Itinerary Links:Vizcaya Museum and GardensCoral CastleVenetian PoolBiltmore HotelVisit Circa19xx.comThe BlogMeet the PodcasterNEW! So...I'm back on Instagram. If you're interested in my exciting (uh, really?) life beyond Circa Sunday Night follow me!
120 minutes | Jul 4, 2021
Episode #19: Escape to Mayfield
Jennifer fell in love with the sound of her own voice and honored it with the longest Circa Sunday Night episode ever produced. Tonight Jennifer (and her voice) take us to the sweet little burg of Mayfield, home of the Cleaver family. That's right--we're making a left on Pine Street, where we find Ward painting lawn chairs, June serving up lemonade, and Wally and the Beaver giving each other the business. It's all charming, and a balm for a weary world. Jennifer is wild about Leave it to Beaver, so she shares her all-time favorite episode with us--and provides probably too much commentary about it. She checks out some Beaver memorabilia for sale on eBay (spoiler alert: it isn't cheap), one of which is a book from Ward's very own library.AND SPEAKING OF BOOKS...Jennifer can't keep two shows straight in her head, so she's decided to fold the Vintage Century Reading Room into Circa Sunday Night. We FINALLY wrap up Take a Look at Yourself with two final chapters: When Another Takes Your Place and Will Your Life Begin at Forty? Now it's time for a new book, so Jennifer takes us shopping with her to one of her favorite sources for vintage titles.Ebay StuffJune's casserole dishBobbsey Twins at Meadow Brook bookInterviewsBarbara Billingsley Interview Visit Circa19xx.comThe BlogMeet the PodcasterNEW! So...I'm back on Instagram. If you're interested in my exciting (uh, really?) life beyond Circa Sunday Night follow me!
26 minutes | Apr 18, 2021
VC Reading Room: Take a Look at Yourself - Look at Your Average
Welcome to the Vintage Century Reading Room...Jennifer's reading an inspirational little forgotten book from the 1940s—apparently long out of print—and because it is playing into some goals she has for herself in 2021, she decided to share it with us. The book is Take a Look at Yourself, by John Homer Miller. Tonight we're reading Chapter 13.Jennifer has a fire going and her reading voice warmed up, so turn down the lights and pull up the covers. It's story time in Circa 19xx land.Hey, why not come by my blog and say hello?Circa19xx.com - Pics and Days BlogFollow me on Instagram!The Woman in Black (1989)Watch on Youtube
25 minutes | Apr 4, 2021
VC Reading Room: Take a Look at Yourself - How to Succeed
Welcome to the Vintage Century Reading Room...Jennifer's reading an inspirational little forgotten book from the 1940s—apparently long out of print—and because it is playing into some goals she has for herself in 2021, she decided to share it with us. The book is Take a Look at Yourself, by John Homer Miller. Tonight we're reading Chapter 12.Jennifer has a fire going and her reading voice warmed up, so turn down the lights and pull up the covers. It's story time in Circa 19xx land.Hey, why not come by my blog and say hello? Circa19xx.com - Pics and Days BlogFollow me on Instagram!
25 minutes | Mar 21, 2021
VC Reading Room: Take a Look at Yourself - How to Be Decisive
Welcome to the Vintage Century Reading Room...Jennifer's reading an inspirational little forgotten book from the 1940s—apparently long out of print—and because it is playing into some goals she has for herself in 2021, she decided to share it with us. The book is Take a Look at Yourself, by John Homer Miller. Tonight we're reading Chapter 11.Jennifer has a fire going and her reading voice warmed up, so turn down the lights and pull up the covers. It's story time in Circa 19xx land.Hey, why not come by my blog and say hello? Circa19xx.com - Pics and Days BlogFollow me on Instagram!
57 minutes | Mar 14, 2021
Episode #18: 1,000 Beautiful Things
Woopsie! Jennifer had to switch gears at the eleventh hour and do a show that was nothing like she had originally planned. The masterpiece she had in mind didn't pan out, and she ran out of time. Never one to let the quest for perfection obliterate progress, she goes on with the show. Tonight is all about beautiful things, a theme drawn from an old musty book Jennifer picked up at her favorite thrift store this week called One Thousand Beautiful Things. With a title like that, how can we go wrong? Jennifer shares some gems from that little treasure trove, takes us shopping for the perfect tailored jacket, and shares her opinion on the film Radium Girls. Of course, there is plenty of chit chat along the way. Spring has almost arrived in Kansas City and torrential rain is on tap; but we're warm and dry and basking in the soft glow of rose-scented candles! There simply isn't anything better to do on this Sunday night than hang out in Circa 19xx Land. We'll see you there.Visit Circa19xx.comThe BlogMeet the PodcasterFollow me on Instagram!Jennifer's new Favorite PerfumeVanille Abricot Perfume
26 minutes | Mar 7, 2021
VC Reading Room: Take a Look at Yourself - Living One Day at a Time
Welcome to the Vintage Century Reading Room...Jennifer's reading an inspirational little forgotten book from the 1940s—apparently long out of print—and because it is playing into some goals she has for herself in 2021, she decided to share it with us. The book is Take a Look at Yourself, by John Homer Miller. Tonight we're reading Chapter 10. Wait...what? We left off with Chapter 6. How did we get to Chapter 10? Well, Jennifer was so enthralled with the title of Chapter 10, she just couldn't help but skip ahead.Jennifer has a fire going and her reading voice warmed up, so turn down the lights and pull up the covers. It's story time in Circa 19xx land.Episode of LittlePoet YouTube Channel show with Dog singing Jingle Bells:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oaQc2FiXfhgCome say hello!Follow me on Instagram
66 minutes | Feb 28, 2021
Episode #17: Mid-Century Polynesian Getaway
Circa Sunday Night Season 2 begins now! Jennifer has just crawled out of her winter-long hibernation and is yearning for warmer climes. In tonight's show she takes a little imaginary voyage to the islands, exploring a few kitschy tourist attractions of yesteryear along the way. Also new this season is a segment entitled "This week in Circa 19xx Land," (at least until Jennifer can come up with a better name), in which she talks about cool vintage stuff she's encountered lately. On the roster: a teacher's daily assignment kit from the 1970s, the latest edition of the Vermont Country Store Catalog, Jennifer's favorite Tea Room in the Ozarks, and the perennially awesome CBS Radio Mystery Theater. Jennifer also shares her "word" for 2021 (yes, she has a word now).Jennifer's back and ready to hula. So tune in to tonight's show and mix up a few fruity cocktails. It's Tiki Time and we're lighting the torches. Welcome to the new season of Circa Sunday Night!Visit Circa19xx.comThe Blog Meet the PodcasterFollow me on Instagram! Polynesian GetawayThe Mai Kai RestaurantWhat will Happen to a Piece of South Florida HistoryThis Week in Circa 19xx LandCBS Radio Mystery TheaterVermont Country Store
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