On this episode of The Horror, The Devil And Mr. O brings its story from May 10, 1970, titled, Neanderthal.
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On this episode of The Horror, we’ll hear from The Devil And Mr. O with their October 1, 1971 broadcast titled, Revolt Of The Worms.
On this episode of The Horror, The Devil And Mr. O presents its January 14, 1972 broadcast titled, The Hungry One.
The Devil And Mr. O aired for 26 episodes between 1971 and 1972, reintroducing some classic Lights Out scripts to radio. From it we’ll hear Where Are You?, which aired October 8, 1971.
On this episode of The Horror, we’ll hear Arch Oboler present The Devil And Mr. O. This series, which aired from September of 1971 to March of 1972, consisted of rebroadcast episodes of Lights Out shows. We’ll hear Alley Cat, the first of the series, which aired September 17, 1971.
On today’s episode of The Horror, we’ll hear from The Devil And Mr. O. This series aired in the early 1970’s, was hosted by Arch Oboler, and replayed some of the great episodes from Lights Out. This episode, titled Speed, aired March 3, 1972.
We hear from The Devil And Mr. O this week, a series that aired from 1971 to 1972 replaying shows from Lights Out. The episode is titled Shrinking People, first broadcast in 1943 as Little People, and aired March 10, 1972. Thanks for the suggestion Carisa!
Part of the 1970’s old time radio revival, The Devil And Mr. O (that O belonging to Arch Oboler) rebroadcast Lights Out episodes from three decades earlier. We’ll hear an episode originally broadcast in 1942 as Mister Maggs, titled here as The Chest. This aired January 28, 1972.
The Devil And Mr. O aired in the early 1970’s and featured Arch Oboler presenting his old Lights Out episodes to a brand new generation of listeners. The episode we’ll hear first aired as The Fast One both in 1936 and 1943. Oboler presents it here as Speed, airing March 3, 1972.
Part of the old time radio revival in the 1970’s, The Devil And Mr. O brought back some great episodes from Lights Out, and other Arch Oboler scripts. We’ll hear one of those today with Rocket From Manhattan. This version aired February 11, 1972.