This episode of The Great Gildersleeve is titled, Gildy’s Rival, Dr. Olsen. It first aired October 26, 1949.
Lights Out was first broadcast in 1934, and last broadcast in the summer of 1947. The series ran on various networks between those years, sometimes being brought back as a short group of revival shows. From that series we’ll hear Until Dead, which first aired February 2, 1943.
The Chase aired over NBC stations for 55 episodes between April 1952, and June 1953. From it we’ll hear The Newspaper Reporter, which first aired May 25, 1952.
This week, Frontier Town presents their episode from May 20, 1952 titled, Todd Ford.
On this episode of Legacy Of Laughs we hear from The Milton Berle Show. From March 2, 1948 here is Salute To Literature.
A tale from The Hall Of Fantasy on this Wednesday’s show. We’ll hear The Wild Huntsman, an episode first heard January 29, 1951.
This week on Case Closed we begin with Night Watch. We’ll hear Fence 447 And Western Union Raid from September 4, 1954. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us, The Needle. Lastly, a little Sherlock Holmes with this episode from 1946 titled, The Demon Barber.
On this installment of the Relic Radio Show, we begin with Arch Oboler’s Plays and an episode titled, Mr. Ten Percent. That one aired May 17, 1945. Next is Believe It Or Not with, Sock Escape.
Suspense Replay features Zero Hour, which was first heard April 5, 1955.
This week, Theater Five brings us a story titled, The Odyssey Of Number Fourteen. This episode was originally heard on September 22, 1964.
Our story this week was written by Lucille Fletcher for the Columbia Workshop. From July 20, 1942 we’ll hear Someone Else.