We hear from Exploring Tomorrow this week, a series that aired from December 1957 to December 1958 over Mutual stations. This episode, titled The Mimic, first aired March 19, 1958.
From the pen of Wyllis Cooper, and the voice of Ernest Chappell, we hear from Quiet Please this week. From September 26, 1948, here is Light The Lamp For Me.
We hear from Hello Americans on the show this time. Produced between November 1942 and January 1943, this CBS series was meant to help relations between the America’s during World War II. Here is Introduction To Brazil, from November 15, 1942.
On this episode of The Horror it’s another story from Lights Out. Featuring Arch Oboler in the lead role, here’s The Author And The Thing from September 28, 1943. This story was the last of a 52 episode run sponsored by Ironized Yeast for CBS.
Opening music: Constancy Part 2 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
We join David Harding, Counterspy for another adventure on the show this time. From August 18, 1949 here is The Case Of The Desert Explosion.
It’s Have Gun Will Travel on Into The West this time. We’ll hear the episode from December 14, 1958 titled, The Outlaw.
On this episode of The Horror, Peter Lorre stars in an adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s The Black Cat. This episode of Mystery In The Air was first heard September 18, 1947.
Rocky Jordan begins the show this week with My Quiet Friend, an episode from April 10, 1949. Five Minute Mystery follows with Chicago To Denver. We close with Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar with its episode titled, The Ring Of Death Matter. That one aired March 12, 1961.
The hour begins with Dangerously Yours, and their episode from September 17, 1944 titled, The Shadow Of The Raven. Next is Believe It Or Not with Not As Friends. We close the show this week with Arch Oboler’s Plays, and their episode from August 2, 1945 titled, The Parade.
Another story from X Minus One this week. From October 10, 1957 here’s their episode titled, Death Wish.