It’s another trip Beyond Midnight this week as we hear the first episode of this South African series. Airing November 1, 1968 and based on E. Nesbit’s Man-Size In Marble, here’s The Marble Knights.
Browsing: The Horror
Our horror favorite comes from Mike this week, with one he sent in some time ago. It’s The Sea by Lights Out. This program was first done September 16, 1936 then again on March 2, 1943. I believe this is the 1943 version.
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The Weird Circle presents The Werewolf for our horror today. It is based on a story by Frederick Marryat, and first aired May 7, 1944.
Produced by the Armed Forces Radio Service, and airing for only eight episodes, we hear from Macabre this time. Hunter wanted to hear The House In The Garden, which first aired December 4, 1961.
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The Mystery Playhouse was produced by the Armed Forces Radio Service and featured rebroadcasts of shows from other series. This episode, hosted by Peter Lorre and featuring Boris Karloff, is titled Those Who Walk In Darkness. I don’t know what series it originates from but I think you’ll enjoy it anyway.
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.
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!
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