Our show this week comes from a “new” series I’ve come across called The Key. I haven’t found much info about this series yet, and they didn’t specialize in Science Fiction, but for the sake of variety let’s give it a try! We’ll hear The Moon Or Bust which first aired sometime in 1956.
We continue on with Quiet Please on today’s show. This one was a request from Alexander who wanted to hear Nothing Behind The Door. This is the first episode of Quiet Please, airing June 8, 1947
Once again we’ve got Boris Karloff in a great episode from Inner Sanctum. This one is titled The Corridor Of Doom, and first aired October 23, 1945. 64 years ago today!
The old time crime continues this week with Dana Andrews in I Was A Communist For The FBI. We’ll hear Forged Faces from April 15, 1953. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Orson Welles in The Black Museum. The Centerfire Bullet first aired sometime in 1952.
It’s more from Peter Lorre and Nightmare on this episode. From November 26, 1953 we’ll hear Coincidence.
We’ve got more from Lucille Fletcher on Suspense this week to start things off. From September 13, 1945 we’ll hear The Furnished Floor. Then it’s Barren Ground from Incredible But True. Vincent Price as The Saint will close things out with The Ghost Who Came To Dinner (aka Hawthorne House Mystery) from April 8, 1951.
Our science fiction this week comes from Escape. We’ll hear The Invader which first aired March 29, 1953.
We’ve got more from the mind of Wyllis Cooper this week. We’ll hear My Son John from Quiet Please. This one first aired November 28, 1948.
Boris Karloff stars in another Inner Sanctum this week. We’ll hear their version of Poe’s The Tell Tale Heart. This one first aired August 3, 1941.
This week we have another episode of The Grape Nuts Flakes Program/Jack Benny Show where Welles stands in for Jack. This one aired April 4, 1943.