We hear from The Chase this week with their episode from March 1, 1953 titled, A Frame For Murder.
On today’s program, we’ll hear Boris Karloff in Death Robbery. This episode from Lights Out aired July 16, 1947. This was the first of what was to have been an eight episode revival of the series (the last such revival). The series was cancelled after three episodes because its sponsor allegedly thought it too gruesome. In other words, I think you’ll enjoy this one!
Opening music: Constancy Part 2 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Vincent Price is The Saint in our first mystery this week. We’ll hear The Saint Goes Underground, which first aired July 31, 1949. Then, Five Minute Mystery asks us to Tune Into Murder. We close with 21st Precinct and their episode from August 11, 1953 titled, Post Number Seven.
First this week is Radio City Playhouse with their episode from November 15, 1948 titled, The First And The Last. Then, Believe It Or Not tells the story of The King Who Wanted To Be A Dancer. We close out this time with Theatre Royal, and their episode from May 23, 1954 titled, The Aspern Papers.
Based on the short story by John Jessel, pen name of Stanley Weinbaum, The Adaptive Ultimate aired on Escape March 26, 1949. The story was first published in 1935, and was adapted by a few early sci-fi television series as well.
On this episode of Strange Tales, The Haunting Hour brings us their episode titled, The Two Mr. Brandts. This episode aired sometime between March 1945, and May 1946.
We hear from Ceiling Unlimited this time, a wartime series Welles helmed for the first 13 episodes. This episode, titled Dictators Meeting In Hell, aired May 10, 1943.