"Air Transport Command" features Welles, Ray Collins, and Joseph Cotten as old Civil War vets who discuss Welles' character's nephew, who is a member of the ATC. Actually, the ATC is discussed very little, but it's definitely not the episode with Welles as the devil. That would definitely be "The Future." As for a source of program listings for it, I'm working on one, but otherwise, there really aren't any. The one I have on Wellesnet gives titles and dates, obviously but nothing else. Briefly, they are:
1) Flying Fortress: Includes Da Vinci as a character, as he and OW go on a tour of the titular craft.
2)Air Transport Command: see above.
3)The Navigator: About a small town, normal guy who becomes a navigator and we learn the vital importance of that job on a plane.
4)Wind, Sand and Stars: Guest-starring Burgess Meredith, based on a story in St. Exupery's book of the same name.
5)Ballad of Bataan: Welles reads this dramatic poem, which he also did on another show, Treasury Star Parade.
6)Gremlins: Joe Cotten stars in this one, about the title creatures. One of the four episodes in common circulation.
7)War Workers: Welles escorts a German spy through a factory, explaining the secret of American production: people.
7)Pan American Airlines: About the idea of voyages, and focuses on the Pacific Clipper.
Anti-Submarine Patrol: Edward G Robinson stands in for an ill Welles and we learn about this group of flyers.
9)Finger in the Wind: Strange story with a miscast Welles as a pilot held out the military, who eventually becomes an expatriate working out of South America, who makes the ultimate sacrifice for his country.
10)Letter to Mother: By John Steinbeck, largely a piece for Betty Garde as a mother who tells her younger son what the older one is doing in the war, reading between the lines of his nondescript letters.
11)Mrs James and the Pot of Tea/With Your Wings: Welles get out his Irish accent to play an RAF rigger, who consoles a woman waiting for her pilot husband to returns. In the second piece, Welles reads a brief story by Steinbeck.
12)The Future: A look into the future, and the role aviation willplay in leading us to a united world.
"the devil show": Welles as the devil, discussing how Hitler has used aviation for evil ends, to a group consisting of Philip II, Napoleon, the Kaiser, and Louis XIV. Probably a guest appearance by Welles. No date.
Edited By Jeff Wilson on Oct. 02 2002 at 00:03