We hear from The Campbell Playhouse on Orson Welles On The Air this time. From November 12, 1939, here’s The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd.
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This time on Orson Welles On The Air, we’ll hear the last of 13 episodes Welles did for Ceiling Unlimited before leaving the series due to his issues with the involvement advertisers had with the series. From February 1, 1943, here’s The Future Of Aviation.
On this episode of Orson Welles On The Air, we revisit The Lives Of Harry Lime for its episode from August 31, 1951. Here is, Voodoo.
We’ll hear a story written by Lucille Fletcher, and produced by The Mercury Summer Theater on the show this time. From July 12, 1946, here is The Search For Henri Lefevre.
On this episode of Orson Welles On The Air, we hear one of a handful of performances Welles did for Suspense. Here’s Philomel Cottage, which first aired October 7, 1943.
This week, we hear from The Lives Of Harry Lime, and the episode from August 24, 1951 titled, Ticket To Tangier.
On this episode of Orson Welles On The Air, we’ll hear Welles joined by Lionel Barrymore in the December 24, 1939 Campbell Playhouse production of A Christmas Carol.
We’ll hear from the Mercury Theater On The Air this time, and their adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s story, Treasure Island. This episode originally aired July 18, 1938.
We visit The Lives Of Harry Lime this time for the third episode in that series. From August 17, 1951, here is Clay Pigeon.
On today’s show, we hear from the Orson Welles Radio Almanac with its July 5, 1944 episode featuring guest Lana Turner.