From October 5, 1949, it’s Double Date With Marjorie on this episode of The Great Gildersleeve.
The Black Mass was produced during the mid to late 1960’s, and adapted many classic horror stories from a number of different writers. We’ll hear their version of the Bram Stoker story, The Squaw. This first aired January 4, 1964.
On this episode we’ll hear from Counterspy. The Case Of The Photograph Furrier originally broadcast October 18, 1949.
This week we hear an adaptation of The Ox-Bow Incident as done by the Screen Guild Players. This episode aired September 18, 1944. Thanks for the suggestion, Fran!
On this episode of Legacy Of Laughs we’ll hear from Abbott And Costello with Murder At The Radio Quiz Show. This episode originally aired December 30, 1948.
Vincent Price guest stars in The Price Of Fame Matter from Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar to open the show. That one aired February 2, 1958 (thanks for the suggestion Barry!). Next, Five Minute Mystery brings us Marks Of Death. Night Beat closes out this weeks show with Old King Death, which first aired July 10, 1950.
This week we’ll begin with an adaptation of A Christmas Carol as done by CBS Radio Mystery Theater. Next is Believe It Or Not with Costly Bombardment.
Suspense Replay features their episode from March 13, 1955 titled, The Game.
On this episode, we’ll hear from Dimension X. Here’s Almost Human, which first aired May 13, 1950.
On this episode, we’ll hear the annual Command Performance Christmas show. This one runs about 2 hours, the last 15 minutes featuring Christmas carols played on the organ.
We hear from The Creaking Door on this weeks episode with their program titled, Who Stopped The Train? from November 16, 1964.