This week on The Horror we’ll hear the audition show for a series titled Fantasy. Entity From The Void aired August 23, 1947 and may be the only episode produced. Next week, we’ll hear again from Suspense.
Monthly Archives: November, 2010
This week the Screen Guild Theater presents a radio adaptation of the 1946 film, The Dark Mirror. This episode first aired February 2, 1948.
Our tales of crime begin this week with The Silent Men and Visas For Sale from January 6, 1952. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Rocky Jordan and The Case Of The Sleepy Camel from January 16, 1949. The second episode begins at 31:28.
We’ve got another horror favorite this Wednesday. Giang wanted to hear The Sending, from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. This episode first aired March 6, 1974.
Columbia Workshop kicks off this hour of radio with Gumbert, which first aired August 21, 1945. Then it’s Believe It Or Not and Act Of Courage. The Philip Morris Playhouse closes out this show with The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse from September 18, 1951. Second show begins at 32:29.
Our science fiction tale comes from Suspense this week. From November 1, 1959 we’ll hear Re-Entry.
Strange Tales returns this week with an episode from Suspense. We’ll hear How Long Is The Night, which originally aired October 13, 1952.
Next week we’ll hear from a series we’ve not heard before. Tune in Sunday for an offering from Devil’s Holiday!
The Devil And Mr. O aired in the early 1970’s and featured Arch Oboler presenting his old Lights Out episodes to a brand new generation of listeners. The episode we’ll hear first aired as The Fast One both in 1936 and 1943. Oboler presents it here as Speed, airing March 3, 1972.
Our thriller this week comes from the “pages” of the Diary Of Fate. We’ll hear the episode from June 29, 1948 titled simply Victor Wakeman.
The show begins with Jeff Regan, Investigator this week. From October 19, 1949 we’ll hear The Lady From Brazil. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar will close out this show with The Templeton Matter from February 7, 1957 (begins at 31:10).