Kraft Theatre (1947–1958)
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The Wind Is Ninety 

Don Richie, an Air Force captain who is shot down over Germany during World War II, returns in spirit form to comfort his grieving family. He discovers that his wife, mother, father, and ... See full summary »

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Jean Richie
Kathleen Comegys ...
Nana
Donald Duerr ...
Jimmy
Jonathan Marlowe
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Don Richie
Keith Russell ...
Tommy
John Shellie
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Herbie Walsh ...
Bert
Richard Wigginton ...
Don - age 8
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Don Richie, an Air Force captain who is shot down over Germany during World War II, returns in spirit form to comfort his grieving family. He discovers that his wife, mother, father, and son remember him in different ways. At first, he is unable to "get through" to them, but then the family believes that whenever "the wind is ninety" or from the East, Don will be with them in spirit. Written by GusF

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28 June 1950 (USA)  »

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Broadway play ran from June 21, 1945 to September 22, 1945 at the Booth Theatre. See more »

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