Relic Radio Thrillers features an episode from The Lux Radio Theater this week. From January 31, 1949, here’s The Street With No Name.
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On this week’s Relic Radio Show, a small tribute to Lauren Bacall by way of two of her radio performances. First, the April 2, 1951 broadcast of Bold Venture titled, The Kuan Yin Statue. After that, the Lux Radio Theater adaptation of To Have And Have Not. That one aired October 14, 1946.
We hear a radio adaptation of The Day The Earth Stood Still on this week’s Relic Radio Science Fiction. This episode was originally heard on the January 4, 1954 broadcast of The Lux Radio Theater.
Just one story (because it’s an hour long) on this week’s Relic Radio Show. We’ll hear the Lux Radio Theater adaptation of The Thin Man. This one aired June 8, 1936
On this week’s episode of the Relic Radio Show, we’ll hear from the Lux Radio Theater with their adaptation of The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre. This one first aired April 18, 1949.
Our thriller this week is a radio adaptation by the Lux Radio Theater of the 1942 film, The Lady Has Plans. This episode originally aired April 26, 1943.
On this episode, we hear from The Lux Radio Theater with their adaptation of A Tale Of Two Cities. This episode aired March 26, 1945.
Our thriller this week is the Lux Radio Theater adaptation of 1944’s Double Indemnity. This episode first aired October 30, 1950.
On this episode, we’ll hear an adaptation of the 1940 film Rebecca, which was itself adapted from the 1938 novel by Daphne du Maurier. This version aired on the Lux Radio Theater on November 6, 1950.
This week, we’ll hear an adaptation of the film Union Station. Produced for the Lux Radio Theater, this episode first aired April 7, 1952. Like the film, it stars William Holden.