We hear from Escape on today’s show. Featuring Paul Frees, and first airing October 22, 1947, here’s their version of Edgar Allan Poe’s classic The Fall Of The House Of Usher.
Another fine suggestion from the forum for this week’s horror favorite. We’ll hear The Abominable Snowman from Escape. This episode originally aired September 13, 1953.
Escape brings us The Man Who Would Be King, their version of Kipling’s story, for this weeks thriller. This one first aired July 7, 1947. This was the first episode of Escape’s first season.
Toby wrote in asking about Three Skeleton Key from Escape and I figured it was about time we heard it again. This version, the first, does not star Vincent Price. It aired November 15, 1949.
Our horror favorite comes from Sherry this week. She asked to hear The Ring Of Thoth by Escape. Based on the Arthur Conan Doyle story, this episode first aired August 11, 1947. Thanks Sherry!
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This week on Relic Radio Thrillers we offer you…Escape! From July 21, 1950 here is Yellow Wake.
By request, we’ll hear Country Of The Blind on this weeks show. This one aired on Escape November 26, 1947 and is based on the H.G. Wells story of the same name.
This week Relic Radio Thrillers presents a little wartime action from Escape. We’ll hear Operation Fleur de Lis, which first aired July 14, 1947.
This week Escape brings us Evening Primrose, a story they produced three times for the series. We’ll hear the first version which aired November 5, 1947.
We’ll hear from Escape this week, and their adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s story The Birds. This episode aired July 10, 1954. Hitchcock would give us a film version of this one in 1963.