For twenty years Suspense produced a wide range of radio drama, sometimes touching on science fiction like the episode we’ll hear today. Here’s The Invisible Ape, which first aired June 8, 1958.
Our hour this week begins with The Avenger, and The Tunnel Of Disaster which first aired July 20, 1945. Then, it’s Believe It Or Not with Greatest One Man Job.
The Suspense Replay continues on this week with The Earth Is Made Of Glass. It first aired June 15, 1954.
The Whisperer sneaks in and opens the show this week with Into Each Life, an episode from August 19, 1951.
Our Suspense Replay this week is A Terribly Strange Bed, which first aired June 7, 1954.
The Key begins this latest hour of old time radio. We’ll hear Escape Artist, an episode which first aired some time in 1956. Then it’s a brief Believe It Or Not with Soldier Works Magic.
Our Suspense Replay episode this week is Listen Young Lovers, which first aired May 31, 1954.
We begin this week with the Screen Director’s Playhouse, with an episode from June 5, 1949 titled The Killers. Then it’s on to Suspense!
Our Suspense Replay episode this week is Weekend Special: Death, which first aired May 24, 1954.
Amanda wrote in asking for a bit more from Vincent Price. Here’s Vincent in the Suspense adaptation of The Pit And The Pendulum, which first aired November 10, 1957. Four years later, Price would appear in another telling of this tale, this time for the silver screen in Roger Corman’s 1961 film version.
Our hour of old time radio begins with I Love Adventure. We’ll hear But Grandma, What Big Teeth You Have which first aired June 6, 1948. Then Believe It Or Not brings us the story of Moonlighting Doctors.
The Suspense Replay episode this week is The Revenge Of Captain Bligh. It originally aired May 17, 1954.
Our episode today was suggested by Erica, it’s one of her favorites along with many other listeners. From December 5, 1946 here’s The House In Cypress Canyon by Suspense. Thanks for the suggestion Erica!
We’ll hear two from Suspense this week. First off, as suggested by Rhonda, is De Mortuis. This episode features Charles Laughton, and first aired February 10, 1949.
Our Suspense Replay episode this week is The Last Days Of John Dillinger. It first aired May 10, 1954.
First this week is The Whistler, with Payment In Full from September 1, 1948. Then we Believe It Or Not with Never Grew Up.
Suspense Replay closes out the show with an episode from May 3, 1954 titled The Giant Of Thermopylae.