We’ll hear two shows featuring Orson Welles this week. First is The Glass Key from the Campbell Playhouse, an episode that originally aired March 10, 1939. Then, from the early 1950’s it’s The Black Museum and The Door Key (begins at 59:58).
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On today’s show, we’ll hear another story from The Black Museum. This series shared the stories of items contained in the Crime Museum of Scotland Yard. The featured item, and title of this episode, is A Jar Of Acid. The series aired from January to December 1952.
The Avenger starts things off this week with The Mystery Of The Giant Brain from June 15, 1945. Then it’s The Wolf On Bald Mountain from Incredible But True. We finish off with Orson Welles in The Black Museum and The Pink Powder Puff (begins at 32:07).
Hosted by Orson Welles, The Black Museum aired for 52 episodes and featured stories behind the objects contained within the Scotland Yard crime museum. This episode is titled The Tan Shoe.
Wait a minute. Have you heard the strange tales of The Whistler? You’ll hear one first on this week’s show. From October 4, 1942 it’s The Urge To Kill. Then it’s You Tell Me Your Dream from Incredible But True. Orson Welles presents The Spotted Bedsheet on The Black Museum to close out today’s offering. That show aired in 1952 (begins at 29:23).
Richard Diamond, Private Detective starts off this episode of Case Closed. From September 24, 1949 we’ll hear The $200,000 Dollar Bundle. Then after Believe It Or Not, Orson Welles presents The Black Museum and The Mandolin String. That episode aired sometime in 1952.
On today’s show we’ll hear Welles host The Black Museum. One of 52 episodes produced in 1952, this episode is titled A Piece Of Iron Chain.
This week, from 1952, we’ll hear from The Black Museum. Hosted by Orson Welles, this series ran for 52 episodes from January to December 1952. We’ll hear The Car Tire.
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 another visit to The Black Museum for this episode. The series aired from January to December 1952, and somewhere along the line produced this episode titled The Bit Of Frosted Glass.