We’ve got another episode from Quiet Please this week. From January 26, 1948 we’ll hear Green Light. As usual, I cleaned up the audio the best I could.
The Screen Directors Playhouse is featured on the show this week. Based on the movie released in December of 1945, we’ll hear The Spiral Staircase. This adaptation first aired November 25, 1949.
This week This Is Your FBI starts things off with an episode from February 22, 1946 titled The Pan American Patriots. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s The Adventures Of Sam Spade and The Champion Caper from August 7, 1949.
This week Favorite Story starts things off with The Lady Of The Lamp from July 31, 1948. Then it’s Believe It Or Not and Moon Gate. We finish off with John Steele, Adventurer and The Darkened Ring from November 7, 1950.
The Challenge Of Space is a South African production that aired May of 1969 to October of 1970. From February 9, 1970 we’ll hear A Clapper For The Bell.
It’s The Mysterious Traveler that delivers our tale this week. From March 16, 1948 we’ll hear They Struck It Rich. Be sure to tune in next week for an episode from Favorite Story!
We’ve got another offering from the Mercury Theater On The Air for this show. We’ll hear an episode featuring three short stories that originally aired August 8, 1938. The stories are I’m A Fool, The Open Window, and My Little Boy.
We visit The Hermit’s Cave again this week for an episode titled Hanson’s Ghost. I don’t have specific airdates for this show, but it sounds like it aired sometime during World War II.
We’ll hear an episode from The Clock suggested by Sunny. Reference Please first aired January 5, 1947.
This we begin with Frank Sinatra as Rocky Fortune in Messenger For Murder. This one first aired November 10, 1953. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s 21st Precinct and The Shooting Gallery from September 29, 1953.