Costello Gets A Tattoo on this episode of Legacy Of Laughs. This installment from The Abbott And Costello Show first aired June 7, 1945.
Yearly Archives: 2013
On this episode of The Horror, we’ll an adaptation of the Wilkie Collins story, A Terribly Strange Bed. Suspense adapted the story, written in 1852, for its June 7, 1954 broadcast.
Case Closed begins with Mr. And Mrs. North this week. From it we’ll hear The Contagious Confession, which first aired September 22, 1943. That’s followed by Orson Welles in The Black Museum. From that series we’ll hear the October 14, 1952 episode titled, The Khaki Handkerchief.
Our 60 minutes of radio drama begins with You Are There this week. We’ll hear The Dreyfus Case, their episode from February 8, 1948. Then, Believe It Or Not shares a Prayer Answered. We close with The Whisperer, and the August 12, 1951 story titled, The Fight Game.
We hear from Dimension X this week, one of the early entrants into adult-oriented science fiction radio. From August 30, 1951, here’s Marionettes Inc.
This week on Strange Tales, The Clock presents its story from March 27, 1956 titled, Only Death Is Timeless.
We’ll hear from the Mercury Theater On The Air this time, and their adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s story, Treasure Island. This episode originally aired July 18, 1938.
This week on The Great Gildersleeve, we’ll hear Better Than Bullard, their episode from November 8, 1950.
On this episode of The Horror, the CBS Radio Mystery Theater returns with an early entry in its archives. We’ll hear the seventh episode of the series, titled I Warn You Three Times. It aired January 12, 1974.
Our thriller this week features Herbert Marshall as Ken Thurston, The Man Called X. We’ll hear The Lost Ones, their episode from August 21, 1947.