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    • Announcer Don Wilson was to say he heard Jack had brought a new lawsuit against Drew Pearson, but misspoke Pearson's name: "Drear Pewson."Drew Pearson (journalist)-Wikipedia
    • Early in the show, announcer Don Wilson mispronounced columnist Drew Pearson's name as "Drear Pooson," which got a big laugh.Frank Nelson (actor)-Wikipedia
    • The Cutlers go fishing with friends (Don Wilson and Lurene Tuttle) in a launch on a section of the Niagara River above the Falls.Niagara (film)-Wikipedia
    • In honor of Valentine's Day 1959, Western Union introduced the Candygram, a box of chocolates accompanying a telegram that was featured in a commercial with the rotund Don Wilson.Western Union-Wikipedia
    • Don Wilson also released children's records.Capitol Records-Wikipedia
    • For its airings on the U.S. Armed Forces Radio Service (for which it was retitled Hollywood Radio Theater), the program was hosted by Don Wilson in the early 1950s.Lux Radio Theatre-Wikipedia

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