RRT127: Suspicion by Lux Radio Theater

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The Lux Radio Theater serves up the thriller this week.  We’ll hear their radio version of the film directed by Alfred Hitchcock titled Suspicion.  This one aired May 4, 1942.

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  1. Suspcion brings up a good point of how suspicion festers in the mind and has the capacity of developing unsavory circustances. On the other hand, I find this story to be sketchy and a bit hard to follow. Perhaps the written story has more substance. AFter all, what can one do in an hour? Oh well, it was reasonably entertaining.

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