This week, The Molle Mystery Theater starts us off with their episode titled Red Wine. It was originally broadcast March 8, 1946. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of the Prince’s Cruelty. We close with The Columbia Workshop, and their episode from November 30, 1939 titled, The Wonderful Day.
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The Columbia Workshop is first this week with their episode from November 2, 1946 titled, Lee Fountain Comes Of Age. Believe It Or Not follows with Deathbed Wish. We close with Radio City Playhouse and Ground Floor Window, their episode from July 10, 1948.
We hear from the Columbia Workshop for our dose of Welles this week. From April 11, 1937, here is The Fall Of The City.
Columbia Workshop opens the show this week with their episode titled, Dauber. That one aired October 17, 1936. Then, Believe It Or Not brings us Table Manners. We end with Suspense and their episode from July 19, 1955 titled, Backseat Driver.
Our story this week was written by Lucille Fletcher for the Columbia Workshop. From July 20, 1942 we’ll hear Someone Else.
First this week is the Columbia Workshop with an episode from September 14, 1939 titled, The Use Of Man. Then Believe It Or Not brings us Before The Fact.
Suspense Replay continues with Nobody Ever Quits, which first aired March 8, 1955.
On this episode of The Horror we’ll hear the Columbia Workshop adaptation of the J. Sheridan Le Fanu story, Carmilla. First published in 1872, this tale preceded Dracula by 25 years. The radio version first aired July 28, 1940.