CC276: Crime And Peter Chambers and Let George Do It

Crime And Peter Chambers begins the show this time with their episode titled The Miss Universe Contest Murder, which first aired July 27, 1954.  Then, Believe It Or Not.  We close with A Close Call from Let George Do It.  That episode originally aired July 12, 1948.

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RR273: 21st Precinct and Suspense

We’ll begin this week with a request by David, who wanted hear the 21st Precinct episode teased on last weeks Suspense.  It’s titled The Shotgun, and first aired July 14, 1954.  Then we’ll hear a 5 Minute Mystery titled My Pal Patsy.

The Suspense Replay continues with Telling, which first aired July 20, 1954.

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SF211: The Eavesdroppers by CBS Radio Mystery Theater

Our episode this week features a story from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater titled, The Eavesdroppers.  This one first aired August 27, 1975.

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ST129: Fire In The Sky by The Mysterious Traveler

This weeks strange tale comes from The Mysterious Traveler.  From August 28, 1951 we’ll hear Fire In The Sky.

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GG262: Economy This Christmas

This episode of The Great Gildersleeve is titled Economy This Christmas, and first aired December 15, 1948.

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H429: Reunion After Death by Lights Out

On this episode, we’ll hear from Lights Out with a program that was part of a seven episode revival of the series done in the summer of 1945.  Originally written by Wyllis Cooper, we’ll hear Reunion After Death, from a broadcast done on July 21, 1945.

The audio quality leaves a bit to be desired on this one, so if you’re a stickler for it consider yourself warned.

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RRT221: Windfall by Cloak And Dagger

Our thriller this week comes from Cloak And Dagger.  This episode, titled Windfall, first aired October 22, 1950.  It was the last episode of the series.

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LoL256: Archie Andrews

This week we’ll hear from Archie Andrews with an episode titled Double Date. This one first aired October 19, 1946.

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CC275: The Line Up and Secrets Of Scotland Yard

The Line Up starts the show off this week with Missing Girl Kidnapped, which first aired October 1, 1952.  Then it’s Believe It Or Not.  We close out today with Secrets Of Scotland Yard, and The Great Gold Robbery.

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