On this episode we’ll one of a handful of appearances Orson Welles made on Suspense. This one, based on Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Lost Special, first aired September 30, 1943.
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We hear again from The Lives Of Harry Lime on today’s show. The Blue Caribou first aired July 18, 1952. This is the second to last episode of the series.
On this episode, we hear from The Lives Of Harry Lime with, Honeymoon. This one first aired July 11, 1952.
On this episode we’ll hear The Campbell Playhouse with their adaptation of the Alexander Dumas story, The Count Of Monte Cristo. This one first aired October 1, 1939.
We hear from The Lives Of Harry Lime this time, and its 49th episode titled, Paris Is Not The Same. This one first aired July 4, 1952.
More from The Lives Of Harry Lime on today’s show. We’ll hear the 48th of 52 episodes created for this series. It’s titled, The Hard Way, and first aired June 27, 1952.
This episode features two of the commentaries Welles did for ABC radio in 1946. Included are the July 28, 1946 and August 4, 1946 commentaries. The first is titled Affidavit of Isaac Woodard, and the second is The Peacemakers.
On this episode, we hear once again from The Lives Of Harry Lime. The Professor Regrets is episode 47 of the series, and first aired June 20, 1952.
From The Campbell Playhouse we’ll hear their production of Algiers. This episode first aired October 8, 1939.
We’ll hear from The Lives Of Harry Lime this time, a 52 episode series that first aired from 1951 to 1952. This episode, Blackmail Is A Nasty Word, was first heard June 13, 1952.