On this episode we’ll hear a suggestion from the forum for The Immortal Gentleman by Lights Out. This episode originally aired August 31, 1943.
This week Jeff Regan, Investigator brings us The Man Who Lived By The Sea, which first aired December 18, 1948. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. To conclude the show this week, we’ll hear from This Is Your FBI with The Desert Dictator, which first aired November 2, 1945 (begins at 30:29).
We begin this week with Favorite Story, and The Importance Of Being Earnest from December 27, 1947. Then we’ll hear the last episode of Incredible But True titled, Naked Man Of Newbury.
Our Suspense Replay episode this week is Somebody Help Me, which first aired March 29, 1954 (begins at 31:35).
We’ll hear from Tales Of Tomorrow this week. Here’s Watch Bird, which first aired February 19, 1953.
From the Campbell Playhouse, we’ll hear There’s Always A Woman on today’s show. This one first aired December 17, 1939.
Our strange tale this week comes from Devil’s Holiday, a series I have no information on other than it seems to have aired in the early 1950’s. This is the second of two episodes I came across, it’s titled Lucifer Meets A Client.
Gildy Drives A Mercedes in this episode of The Great Gildersleeve. This one aired May 26, 1948.
This week our thriller comes from Escape. Here’s Funeral Fires, which first aired November 26, 1950.
It’s another visit to The Hermit’s Cave on today’s show. We’ll hear Notebook On Murder. No airdates for particular episodes of this series, but The Hermit’s Cave aired between 1936 and 1947.
More from The Martin And Lewis Show this week. We’ll hear the episode from May 1, 1949 with guest star Madeleine Carroll.