Our horror favorite this week comes from Bob. He wanted to hear Valse Triste from Lights Out. This episode was originally done with Boris Karloff in 1938, but that recording isn’t available. The version we’ll hear features Dinah Shore, Lou Merrill, and Joseph Kearns, and aired December 29, 1942.
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Merry Christmas! Our Saturday horror is a bit early this week in order to share this holiday classic on time. We hear the Campbell Playhouse adaptation of A Christmas Carol, featuring Orson Welles. This one aired December 23, 1938.
Jay sent in one of his favorites this week from Beyond Midnight. Generally known as The Visits, I don’t believe that title to be correct according to some newer information. I believe the proper title is The House, which aired June 27, 1969. Either way, it’s a fun episode. Thanks Jay!
Send your favorite in to [email protected], please don’t forget to put “Horror Favorite” in the subject line.
We hear from The Witch’s Tale on today’s episode of The Horror, one of the earliest surviving examples of radio horror programs first airing in 1931. The episode is titled The Troth Of Death, and aired March 11, 1937.
The CBS Radio Mystery Theater brings us our tale of horror this week. We’ll hear The Real Printers Devil, which first aired July 17, 1974.
This week we’ll hear a radio version of the 1944 film The Uninvited, which was based on the novel Uneasy Freehold by Dorothy MacArdle published in 1942. This version comes from the Screen Director’s Playhouse, and first aired November 18, 1949.
The original file, TheHorror268 had a corrupted version of the episode. Make sure you download file TheHorror268a (offered here now) for the repaired version.
Matthew asked to hear an episode from The Hermit’s Cave, one we haven’t heard for a long time here on The Horror, titled House With A Past. I don’t have an air date for this episode, but it’s safe to say it was heard sometime in the 1940’s.
To hear your favorite, send it to [email protected], and please put “Horror Favorite” in the subject line.