Luke Slaughter Of Tombstone is featured on the show this week. We’ll hear the episode from March 23, 1958 titled, The Homesteaders.
This week on Legacy Of Laughs, we hear How To Repair A Leaky Faucet from The Stan Freberg Show. This episode originally aired September 29, 1957.
It’s more from The Hermit’s Cave on this episode of The Horror. We hear Spirit Vengeance this time around. No air date for this particular show, but the series aired from 1936 to 1947.
Broadway Is My Beat begins another hour of crime solving. From it we’ll hear The Frank Brisco Murder Case, which originally aired July 10, 1950. Then, it’s License For Murder from Five Minute Mystery. We finish off this show with Richard Diamond, Private Detective and its episode titled, Mr. Victor’s Daughter from January 15, 1950.
We begin our hour of radio drama with Hollywood Star Playhouse this week. From November 13, 1950 we’ll hear Exhibit A. Then it’s Believe It Or Not with The General’s Secret. To close, Encore Theater presents its episode from July 30, 1946 titled, Dark Victory.
A story from Suspense on this week’s show. We hear Heaven’s To Betsy, their episode from October 11, 1955.
We revisit the mid-1960’s with this episode from The Creaking Door. Titled Auntie Mae, it first aired May 11, 1964.
Next week: CBS Radio Mystery Theater
We hear from the Orson Welles Radio Almanac this week. This was a short lived series of 13 episodes produced in 1944. Here is the second episode, featuring guest Lionel Barrymore. It aired February 2, 1944.
This episode of The Great Gildersleeve titled, Wedding Date Set, first aired February 15, 1950.
Theater Five serves up the creeps today. From that series we’ll hear a story titled, A Presence Of Mind. This one first aired December 31, 1964.