On this episode of The Horror, we’ll hear an adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s The Fall Of The House Of Usher. This episode was originally produced by NBC Short Story, but never broadcast. The series aired from February 1951, to May 1952.
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By request, we’ll hear two from The Strange Dr. Weird this time. First, an episode titled The Dark Wings Of Death, which first aired February 6, 1945. Following that is The Man Who Played Dead. That episode aired May 1, 1945.
On this episode, we’ll hear an adaptation of Franz Kafka’s A Country Doctor as produced by The Black Mass. This episode first aired August 14, 1964.
Joel wrote in and suggested this episode from Escape titled Blood Bath. Featuring Vincent Price, this one originally aired June 30, 1950.
Based on the Wilkie Collins story of the same name, we’ll hear an episode titled Mad Monkton from The Weird Circle. Produced between 1943 and 1945, this syndicated series aired over various stations at various times. This episode may have originally aired sometime in 1944.
On this episode of The Horror, we’ll from Theater 10:30. This series aired from September 1968 through 1971, though air dates for particular episodes are unavailable. This one is titled The Screaming Skull.
On this episode of The Horror, we’ll dig around in the back of The Hermit’s Cave for an episode we first heard some time ago. Here’s The Vampire’s Desire. It’s original air date is unknown.
More from Lights Out on this episode. We’ll hear their program from September 21, 1943 titled Mirage.
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We’ll hear from The Columbia Workshop today, with an episode titled Double Exposure. This episode had originally aired February 15, 1940.
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.