From The Great Gildersleeve, it’s Jolly Boys Band. This episode aired November 23, 1949.
This week, our tale of the frontier is the third episode from Gunsmoke. Titled Carmen, it first aired May 31, 1952.
On this Saturday edition of The Horror we’ll hear from Quiet, Please. This episode, titled Pavanne, aired twice during the run of this series. It was first heard October 20, 1947.
This week on Relic Radio Thrillers we hear from Suspense. This episode, titled The Too Perfect Alibi, was first heard January 13, 1949.
On this episode, The Chase And Sanborn Hour presents their program from July 4, 1937 featuring Hoagy Carmichael, Zazu Pitts, W.C. Fields, Bergen and McCarthy, and other famous names of the period.
As requested by Ann, here is an episode from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater titled, Toy Death. It’s based on a story by Algernon Blackwood titled, The Doll.
The closing announcements seem to have been cut from this recording, but the story is complete.
Vincent Price is The Saint in our first story this week. From July 2, 1950 we’ll hear The Real Gone Guy. Then, Five Minute Mystery presents Gas Station Shooting. Jack Webb in Pete Kelly’s Blues concludes the show this week with an episode titled June Gould. That one first aired September 12, 1951.
This week, The Avenger opens the show with The Ghost Murder, an episode from August 3, 1945. Then it’s Believe It Or Not with Help Wanted Ad.
Suspense Replay continues with their episode from May 3, 1955 titled, Remember Me.
We hear from Escape this week with their episode from March 29, 1953 titled, The Invader.
This week on Strange Tales, we’ll hear from Wyllis Cooper’s Quiet, Please. From November 21, 1948 here is One For The Book.
As usual with this series, the audio isn’t perfect.