Escape brings us The Man Who Would Be King, their version of Kipling’s story, for this weeks thriller. This one first aired July 7, 1947. This was the first episode of Escape’s first season.
Toby wrote in asking about Three Skeleton Key from Escape and I figured it was about time we heard it again. This version, the first, does not star Vincent Price. It aired November 15, 1949.
The Casebook Of Gregory Hood starts off this weeks episode with Forgetful Murderer from July 29, 1946. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. We’ll finish off with Boston Blackie and The Larry Brown Case from June 25, 1945.
This week’s show is a bit cobbled together but here nonetheless. First it’s The Man Called X and The Pickled Chemist from March 14, 1948. Believe It Or Not brings us Misplaced Building, then it’s Vincent Price in The Saint. We’ll hear Dossier On A Damsel from August 13, 1950.
The story this week comes from Dimension X. We’ll hear The Last Objective, which first aired June 3, 1951.
This week we’ll hear from The Creaking Door, and an episode titled A Room For The Night. This episode aired August 3, 1964.
Next week we’ll hear from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater.
This week old Nancy brings us another offering from The Witch’s Tale. We’ll hear The Flying Dutchman, a story first aired February 1, 1932, then again in April of 1934.
Diary Of Fate was a syndicated series that originally ran for 39 episodes between 1947 and 1948. This episode, The Tyler White Entry, first aired December 27, 1947.
On this episode we’ll hear from the Campbell Playhouse and an episode titled It Happened One Night. First airing January 28, 1940, this episode also features William Powell.
This week we begin with Jack Webb (though he sounds kind of weird in this one) in Pete Kelly’s Blues. This episode, titled Vita Brand, first aired September 5, 1951. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Rocky Jordan and Everything Shipshape from March 27, 1949 (begins at 28:50).