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.
This week we’ll hear a story based on M.R. James’ Casting The Runes. This radio adaptation of the story, first published in More Ghost Stories (1911), aired on Escape November 19, 1947.
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This week’s thriller is based on the story An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge first published by Ambrose Bierce in 1890. This adaptation by Escape first aired December 10, 1947.
Escape offers up our strange tale this week. We’ll hear their adaptation of Algernon Blackwood’s short story Ancient Sorceries. He first published the story in 1908, Escape broadcast this version February 21, 1948.
We hear from Escape this week. From May 16, 1948 it’s The Match. Tune in next week for something from Inner Sanctum!
This week we hear from Escape, and an episode from February 7, 1950 titled The Outer Limit. Next week, tune in for another adventure from SF ’68.
Escape delivers our thriller this week, with The Brute. This episode first aired April 11, 1948.
Based on the story by Robert Smythe Hichens, we’ll hear How Love Came To Professor Guildea, as done by Escape. This episode first aired February 28, 1948.
Misfortune’s Isle starts the show this week. This episode from Escape first aired March 21, 1948. Then it’s a quickie from Incredible But True titled The Abominable Snowman. We’ll finish off with Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen with The Pegleg Skipper And The Iberian Blade from February 4, 1948.