We begin another hour of old time radio crime with Mr. District Attorney. We’ll hear The Case Of The Blackmail Killer, which first aired December 26, 1952. That’s followed up by Five Minute Mystery with The Masquerade. Our last show this week is The Map Of Murder by Rocky Jordan. That episode first aired July 3, 1949.
First off this week is Author’s Playhouse with He Woke Up Famous. An episode from July 13, 1944. Then, Believe It Or Not presents Slept Through Term.
Our Suspense Replay continues with The Cellar, their episode from March 22, 1955.
We join X Minus One this week with an episode from March 14, 1959 titled, The Tunnel Under The World.
Jane wrote in and requested this episode from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. It’s titled, The Rise And Fall Of The Fourth Reich, and first aired May 16, 1975.
On this episode, we hear from The Lives Of Harry Lime with, Honeymoon. This one first aired July 11, 1952.
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.