This week on Legacy Of Laughs we hear again from The Milton Berle Show. From August 26, 1947 here is his Salute To The Railways Of America.
On this episode of The Horror we’ll hear the Columbia Workshop adaptation of the J. Sheridan Le Fanu story, Carmilla. First published in 1872, this tale preceded Dracula by 25 years. The radio version first aired July 28, 1940.
Orson Welles in The Black Museum opens this weeks show. From that series we’ll hear The Notes. Then, Believe It Or Not. Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar closes out this episode with The Harold Trandem Matter. That episode first aired May 9, 1950.
Request Performance begins our hour today with an episode from February 3, 1946 titled, The Bet. Then Five Minute Mystery brings us Dead Man’s Bruise.
Suspense Replay features an episode titled, Odd Man Out. That one first aired December 30, 1954.
On this episode, we’ll hear from the first adult oriented science fiction series on radio titled, 2000 Plus. From November 8, 1950 here is The Giant Walks.
On this episode of Strange Tales, we’ll hear from Suspense with an adaptation of a story by Ray Bradbury titled, Riabouchinska. This one was originally broadcast November 13, 1947.
This episode of The Great Gildersleeve first aired April 13, 1949. Here is The Circus.
Our stories of the undead continue this week with a story from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater titled, The Walking Corpse. This one aired February 17, 1974.
More vampires this Wednesday with an episode from the Columbia Workshop!
We’ll hear from Suspense this week, with their episode titled The Strange Death Of Charles Umberstein. This one aired November 23, 1943 and features Vincent Price.
This episode of Into The West features a story by The Cisco Kid. We’ll hear The Disappearing Bullet, which first aired July 22, 1952.