The Mel Blanc Show brings the comedy this week. We’ll hear their episode from January 7, 1947 titled, The Broken Caruso Record.
On this episode of The Horror, we hear from a short lived series titled, Creeps By Night. This series aired over ABC between February and August 1944, producing 23 episodes. We’ll hear The Strange Buriel Of Alexander Jordan, their episode from May 23, 1944.
This week, Jeff Regan, Investigator starts off the show with No Sad Clowns For Me. That story aired June 25, 1950. Five Minute Mystery is next with Clue In The Hand. We close with Dragnet, and its episode from June 1, 1950 titled, The Big Fake.
This week we begin with Author’s Playhouse with their episode titled, Reunion. That one aired May 14, 1945. Next up is Believe It Or Not with The King That Rode Piggyback. Finally, Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen tells us of Jewel Thieves And The Straw Filled Dummy. That episode aired September 11, 1947.
This week, an early episode from the Dimension X archive titled, Report On The Barnhouse Effect. This was the third episode from the series, and was adapted from a Kurt Vonnegut story. It aired April 22, 1950.
We hear from an 18 episode series titled, The Sound Of War this time. Here is its second episode, titled The War Begins.
On this episode we’ll hear an adaptation of Ambrose Bierce’s An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge. This episode of the CBS Radio Mystery Theater first aired June 4, 1974. Thanks for the suggestion, Amelia!
This episode of The Great Gildersleeve titled, Jolly Boys Election, first aired February 22, 1950.
This Saturday, we hear from The Weird Circle with their story titled, The Possessive Dead. This one possibly aired March 25, 1945. The series ran for two seasons, 78 episodes, and over various networks between 1943 and 1945.
This episode of Diary Of Fate, titled Joe Mattock Entry, first aired March 16, 1948. This series aired from September 1947 to May 1948.