This week we’ll hear first from Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen and The Courtship Of Anna May Lamour which first aired September 18, 1947. Then it’s Believe It Or Not and Unusual Purchase. John Steele, Adventurer brings us High Test to close out this week’s show (begins at 30:03).
We hear again from The Campbell Playhouse on this episode. I Lost My Girlish Laughter first aired January 27, 1939.
Next week we’ll hear again from The Lives Of Harry Lime.
This week it’s Exploring Tomorrow and Venus’ Diamond Mountain for our sci-fi enjoyment. This episode, also known as Inferiority, first aired June 4, 1958.
On this episode we’ll hear from Eye’s Aloft, a series that aired over the NBC network from August 1942 to November 1943. This episode is titled Why Do I Come Here, and first aired January 11, 1943.
We hop on the train and catch The Mysterious Traveler for this week’s tale. This series ran from 1943, to 1952 and produced 370 episodes. We’ll hear The Most Famous Man In The World, which first aired November 20, 1951.
On today’s episode of The Horror we’ll hear an episode from The Weird Circle that’s based on a story by Edgar Allan Poe called Ligeia. From November 12, 1944 here’s The Returned.
This week we hear from The Chase, a series that aired from 1952 to 1953. This episode is titled Elliott Preston Is Framed For Murder, and first aired May 18, 1952.
We begin with The Silent Men this week. We’ll hear the episode from March 19, 1952 titled Confess Or Die. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Rocky Jordan and The St. Louis Blues which first aired March 13, 1949.
Today’s show begins with Luke Slaughter Of Tombstone and an episode titled Yancey’s Pride from March 9, 1958. Next up is Incredible But True and Letter To A Friend. Bogart and Bacall bring us Bold Venture to finish things off. We’ll hear Russian Roulette from October 4, 1952.