More from Suspense on today’s show. Mike wrote in asking for Fugue In C Minor, which first aired June 1, 1944. This episode stars Ida Lupino and Vincent Price, and was written by Lucille Fletcher, who also wrote The Hitchhiker, Sorry Wrong Number, and other Suspense greats.
A bit of a nautical theme this week. We begin with Bogey and Bacall in Bold Venture. We’ll hear The Ghost Ship, from August 20, 1951. Then it’s Believe It Or Not and Wedding Ceremony. Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen brings us the tale of The Barefoot Nymph And The Mother Hubbard Jacket, which first aired August 28, 1947 (begins at 28:44).
Theater Five brings us We Are All Alone for our science fiction tale this week. This one first aired September 23, 1964.
This week it’s another visit with the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. From April 11, 1979 we’ll hear The Charnel House. Next week brings us another ride with The Mysterious Traveler.
This week we hear a radio adaptation of The Withered Arm by Thomas Hardy. This show aired on the NBC University Theater February 14, 1951.
This week’s thriller features a radio adaptation of The Hound Of The Baskervilles, as requested by Janece, from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. This one first aired March 1, 1977.
Let George Do It will begin this show with The Bad Little God from January 14, 1952. Then we continue our Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar serials with the conclusion of The McCormack Matter from October 7, 1955. That will be followed up by the first episode of the next five-parter titled The Flight Six Matter. That episode first aired January 30, 1956.
More from Vincent Price and his Price Of Fear this week for Luke. We’ll hear The Waxwork. The story is based on the A.M. Burrage story of the same name, and was done on a few other series as well.
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The Avenger starts things off this week with The Mystery Of The Giant Brain from June 15, 1945. Then it’s The Wolf On Bald Mountain from Incredible But True. We finish off with Orson Welles in The Black Museum and The Pink Powder Puff (begins at 32:07).
More from Dimension X this week. This time it’s Child’s Play, an episode which first aired June 24, 1951.