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.
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By request, we’ll hear an adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1947 film The Paradine Case. Produced by the Lux Radio Theater, this one aired May 9, 1949.
As suggested by Rick, we’ll hear from Lux Radio Theater today with an episode titled The Cruel Sea. This is from the South African production on the series, and aired sometime in 1962.
We’ve got a World War II adventure this week via the Lux Radio Theater. The film, Action In The North Atlantic was released in 1943, while this adaptation by Lux was aired May 15, 1944.
By request, here’s an adaptation of an H. Rider Haggard story. King Solomon’s Mines first aired on the Lux Radio Theater December 1, 1952.
We’ll hear from Lux Radio Theater on this episode, and an appearance from Mr. Welles in Break Of Hearts, which first aired September 11, 1944. This one also features his wife at the time, Rita Hayworth.
As suggested by Bill, we’ll hear the Lux Radio Theater adaptation of The Birds, starring Herbert Marshall. This episode first aired July 20, 1953.
We hear from the Lux Radio Theater on this episode, and their adaptation of Jane Eyre. Based on the movie from 1943, this program aired June 5, 1944.
This week we’ll hear Barbara Stanwyck, and Barry Sullivan in the Lux Radio Theater adaptation of Jeopardy. The film was released in 1953, and this radio version on March 15, 1954.
For over 20 years, the Lux Radio Theater presented radio adaptations of films, including the Hitchcock classic Strangers On A Train. The film was released in June of 1951, and the program we’ll hear today on December 3 of the same year.