Don Ameche, and Maureen O’ Sullivan star in Winter In Paris, a wartime tale from Screen Guild Theater. The series aired from 1939 to 1952. The episode we’ll hear, was originally broadcast March 3, 1940.
We hear from Suspense once again this week, with an episode featuring DeForest Kelley years before he became Dr. McCoy. The episode is titled Flesh Peddler, and first aired August 4, 1957.
Next week, more from Quiet, Please!
We’ve got another incursion inside The Weird Circle for today’s show. This one is titled The River Man, and aired sometime in the mid-1940’s.
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We’ve got an adventure tale from Escape for the show this week. We’ll hear The Second Class Passenger, which first aired January 7, 1948. Next week, it’s Dangerous Assignment!
On this episode we’ll hear another performance of Orson Welles on the Cavalcade Of America. This episode, titled Thunder From The Mountains, first aired September 28, 1942.
We’ll hear a request from Pete on this episode of The Horror he sent in some time ago. It’s for an episode from The Hall Of Fantasy titled He Who Follows Me. This one was first heard March 11, 1950.
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Richard Diamond, Private Detective begins this show with The Jacoby Case from November 19, 1949. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Rocky Jordan and Portrait Of Rocky, which first aired April 3, 1949 (begins at 31:15).
This week, NBC Short Story begins the show with Mr. Arqularis, an episode from February 28, 1951. Next up is Incredible But True and The Phantom Army. We finish with Bob Barkley, Undercover Agent and Tyler Forest from 1946.
We were supposed to hear from 2000 Plus this week, but the episode proved too difficult to make listenable. So, how about a little Theater Five? We’ll hear Outside Time, an episode from September 1, 1964.