This week on The Great Gildersleeve, Gildy is Acting Police Commissioner. This episode first aired March 30, 1949.
Creeps By Night was a short-lived series that aired from February to August, 1944. This episode, a story of zombies to open our month long salute to the undead, is titled The Walking Dead. It first aired May 16, 1944.
We’ll hear from Counterspy this time. This episode, titled The Case Of The Captured Contact, first aired January 14, 1951.
On this episode we’ll hear from The Fred Allen Show, and an episode titled Hillbilly Music featuring Frank Sinatra. This one aired October 21, 1945.
Our month of vampires stories (each Wednesday) begins with an old favorite from The Hermit’s Cave. We’ll hear The Vampire’s Desire. I don’t have a solid air date for this one, but it most likely came from the 1936-1947 WJR run of the series.
Next Wednesday, a vampire tale from CBS Radio Mystery Theater.
Murder Clinic opens the show this week with Death In The Dressing Room, an episode from September 29, 1942 (complete with air raid drill). Then after Believe It Or Not, we hear from The Crime Club with Mr. Smith’s Hat. That one first aired January 23, 1947.
We begin the show this week with Vincent Price in an episode from Stars Over Hollywood titled, Continental Cowboy. That one first aired December 30, 1951. Then, Five Minute Mystery gives us Signal Block.
Suspense Replay features a second production of On A Country Road, first heard December 9, 1954.
On this episode we hear from The Hall Of Fantasy, and a science fiction tale from April 20, 1953 titled, Out Of The Sky.
We’ll hear from The Clock this week, a series first produced for ABC which ran from 1946 to 1948. It was revived by the Australian Broadcasting Company in 1955. From the Australian edition, here’s The Past Or The Present, from February 14, 1956.
Death Valley Days was a long running radio, and later television, series produced between 1930 and 1945. The episode we’ll hear today aired June 17, 1938. Here’s The Burro With No Name.