On this episode of The Horror, we hear from Favorite Story. Here’s their adaptation of The Turn Of The Screw, first heard September 17, 1949.
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This week on Strange Tales, we hear Favorite Story with their adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s, The Bottle Imp. This story first aired October 28, 1947.
Favorite Story is up first this week with their episode titled, The Debt Collector, from May 13, 1947. Then, The Green Hornet brings us The Spy Master, his story from October 3, 1952.
Our story this week is an adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde. This version, produced by Favorite Story, first aired sometime in 1947.
It’s the Philip Morris Playhouse that will start the show off this week. From that series we’ll hear, The Lady From The Sea which first aired March 11, 1949. Then we Believe It Or Not with How Many Happy Days? . We take a break from Suspense this week, and instead offer up a Favorite Story. From June 12, 1948 we hear, The Mystery Of Room 323.
Hosted by Ronald Colman, Favorite Story was a syndicated series produced between 1946 and 1949. From that program, we’ll hear Jamie Freel, first heard March 11, 1947.
We begin this week with Favorite Story, and The Importance Of Being Earnest from December 27, 1947. Then we’ll hear the last episode of Incredible But True titled, Naked Man Of Newbury.
Our Suspense Replay episode this week is Somebody Help Me, which first aired March 29, 1954 (begins at 31:35).
Vincent Price plays Shakespeare in this episode from Favorite Story. Mister Shakespeare first aired January 14, 1947.
Box 13 starts us off this week with Flash Of Light from February 20, 1949. Then you can Believe It Or Not with Unlikely Death. To close, Favorite Story brings us The Man Who Made Gold, which first aired September 18, 1948 (begins at 29:41).
This episode features a radio adaptation of The Monkey’s Paw, as requested by Jesus, and produced for Favorite Story. It first aired September 28, 1948.