Radio City Playhouse opens the show this week with Deadline, their episode from February 28, 1949. Then, Believe It Or Not gets us on track with Gauge Of Railroads. To close, Behind The Mike shares some insight on Sound Effects in this episode from November 3, 1940.
Exploring Tomorrow aired over Mutual stations for 29 episodes between 1957 and 1958. From that series we’ll hear First Contact, which aired January 15, 1958.
From the mind of Wyllis Cooper, and the voice of Ernest Chappell, we’ll hear another episode from Quiet, Please today. This one, titled Not Responsible After 30 Years, first aired June 14, 1948.
We’ll hear the premier episode from Eye’s Aloft this week. This one aired August 17, 1942. The series ran on NBC until November of 1943.
Gildy’s Blade, this weeks episode of The Great Gildersleeve, first aired March 8, 1950.
A visit with old Nancy this time. We’ll hear an episode from The Witch’s Tale titled, The Devil’s Number. This one first aired May 2, 1938.
Opening music: Constancy Part 2 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
It’s The Man Called X this week. From May 15, 1947 we’ll hear an episode titled, Stamp Story.
This week on Into The West, we hear another episode from Frontier Gentleman. From March 2, 1958, here is The Lost Mine.
On this episode of Legacy Of Laughs, we join the Sealtest Variety Theater for their show from April 21, 1949 featuring guest Edgar Bergen.
Our story this week is an adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde. This version, produced by Favorite Story, first aired sometime in 1947.