We hear from Escape on today’s show. Featuring Paul Frees, and first airing October 22, 1947, here’s their version of Edgar Allan Poe’s classic The Fall Of The House Of Usher.
More from Suspense on today’s show. Mike wrote in asking for Fugue In C Minor, which first aired June 1, 1944. This episode stars Ida Lupino and Vincent Price, and was written by Lucille Fletcher, who also wrote The Hitchhiker, Sorry Wrong Number, and other Suspense greats.
More from Vincent Price and his Price Of Fear this week for Luke. We’ll hear The Waxwork. The story is based on the A.M. Burrage story of the same name, and was done on a few other series as well.
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We conclude Suspense Week with this episode based on H.P. Lovecraft’s short story The Dunwich Horror. The story was first published in the April 1929 edition of Weird Tales magazine. This episode first aired November 1, 1945.
Today’s horror favorite is also part of Suspense Week, and has a lot going for it! We’ll hear The Hitchhiker, a story featuring Orson Welles and written by Lucille Fletcher. This one aired September 2, 1942.
Beyond Midnight is featured on today’s episode. This series aired in South Africa from November 1968, to April of 1970 producing 78 episodes. We’ll hear A Man’s Worth, which first aired October 3, 1969.