Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar begins this weeks hour of mystery. We’ll hear The Search For Michelle Marsh from September 25, 1949. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Let George Do It and The Iron Hat, which first aired May 12, 1952 (begins at 31:02).
I received a couple of requests for these episodes of Suspense, so here they are together for a full hour from a great series. First it’s Wet Saturday, the second episode of the series, from June 24, 1942. Then we’ll hear Killjoy from Believe It Or Not. Hide And Seek comes up next, airing May 13, 1962 (begins at 31:12).
More from The Lives Of Harry Lime on this episode. We’ll hear the 31st program from which first aired February 29, 1952 titled Hyacinth Patrol.
The audio quality of this episode is quite poor. I’ve decided to include for the sake of completeness while we replay this series. You’ve been warned.
This week we take another break from the serious sci-fi for a little kids stuff. From March 21, 1953 we’ll hear Caverns Of Venus by Space Patrol.
We’ll hear one of my favorites this week on Strange Tales. It’s Dr. Grimshaw’s Sanitarium from X Minus One. This story was originally produced for Dimension X, but the same script was used for the episode featured here. It aired July 14, 1955.
Next week we’ll hear from Quiet, Please.
On this episode of Radio At War, we’ll hear a story of espionage and intrigue courtesy of the Lux Radio Theater. 5 Fingers first aired October 13, 1952 and is adapted from the film of the same name released February 22, 1952.
We hear from the Price Of Fear on today’s episode of The Horror. This episode, The Man Who Hated Scenes, stars Vincent Price and Peter Cushing. It aired sometime in the early 1970’s.
This week our thrilling radio adventure comes by way of the Academy Award Theater. We’ll hear Night Train, which first aired November 13, 1946. The story is a radio adaptation of the film of the same name, also known as Night Train To Munich, released December 29, 1940.
Our horror favorite this week was requested by Pete, and comes from Dark Fantasy. This series was relatively short lived, producing 31 episodes including the one we’ll hear today titled Pennsylvania Turnpike. This one first aired March 20, 1942.