Another hour of crime fighting for you this week, beginning with Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar and an episode from October 14, 1950 titled, The Yankee Pride Matter. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us Spitting Revolver. To close, we’ll hear The Broken Wing from Rocky Jordan. That episode originally aired July 10, 1949.
Two tales from The Unexpected to start things off this week. First is Shipwreck, which aired August 29, 1948. That is followed by The Winfield Diamond, which was first heard September 5, 1948. Believe It Or Not follows The Unexpected with Prolific Poet.
Suspense Replay features The Holdout this time. It first aired June 28, 1955. The opening and closing seem to have been cut off this one, but the story is intact.
This week, Tales Of Tomorrow presents their episode from January 22, 1953 titled, The Other Now.
The Creaking Door is featured this week on Strange Tales. We’ll hear, Happier Dead. This episode first aired August 24, 1964.
Command Performance aired over the Armed Forces Radio Network from 1942 to 1949. Created to entertain the troops overseas, the series never aired domestically. We’ll hear an episode from May 6, 1944 featuring Bob Hope, Betty Hutton, Bing Crosby, and more.
This episode of The Great Gildersleeve first aired January 11, 1950. It’s titled, The French Visitor.
Another tale from Lights Out on today’s show. This story was first heard in 1938, and then redone on November 10, 1942. From that second broadcast, here is Bon Voyage.
Ken Thurston is The Man Called X! This series aired from 1944 to 1952 over various networks, and left us this episode from March 28, 1948 titled, A Ruby For Pearl.
Today’s episode features Jimmy Stewart in, The Six Shooter. From October 11, 1953 here is their episode titled, Silver Annie.
It’s a Salute To Relaxation this week, courtesy of this episode from The Milton Berle Show. It originally aired August 19, 1947.