The Lives Of Harry Lime aired between 1951 and 1952 producing just 52 shows. We’ll hear the 18th this week, titled Three Farthings For Your Thoughts. This one first aired November 30, 1951.
This week’s Science Fiction story comes courtesy of Suspense. Plan X first aired February 2, 1953 and features Jack Benny.
This week our thriller comes courtesy of Escape. From February 1, 1948 we’ll hear Vanishing Lady.
This week we’ll hear Dick Powell as Philip Marlowe in Murder My Sweet. This episode of Lux Radio Theater is a radio adaptation of the movie of the same name released about a year before. This episode first aired June 11, 1945.
From January to May 1948, Suspense aired a number of one hour shows before returning to the half hour format we know so well. Crossfire, from April 10, 1948 is one of those shows, and based on a film by the same name released about a year before.
This week we return with a story from X Minus One. From August 25, 1955 it’s The Cold Equation.
This week it’s another story torn from the pages of The Sealed Book. From April 8, 1945 it’s Devil Island. If you like a bit of organ music you’ll be pleased with this one, if not I apologize!
Our thriller this week comes from The Haunting Hour. The Mystery Of The Southern Star first aired May 26, 1948.
This week’s journey into old time radio crime begins with Gangbusters and The Case Of The Danville Bank Robbery from 1954. Then after Ripley’s it’s Philo Vance and The Blackjack Murder Case from November 30, 1948.