We begin our hour of radio drama with Hollywood Star Playhouse this week. From November 13, 1950 we’ll hear Exhibit A. Then it’s Believe It Or Not with The General’s Secret. To close, Encore Theater presents its episode from July 30, 1946 titled, Dark Victory.
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It’s the Philip Morris Playhouse that will start the show off this week. From that series we’ll hear, The Lady From The Sea which first aired March 11, 1949. Then we Believe It Or Not with How Many Happy Days? . We take a break from Suspense this week, and instead offer up a Favorite Story. From June 12, 1948 we hear, The Mystery Of Room 323.
Columbia Workshop opens the show this week with their episode titled, Dauber. That one aired October 17, 1936. Then, Believe It Or Not brings us Table Manners. We end with Suspense and their episode from July 19, 1955 titled, Backseat Driver.
Our hour begins with Arch Oboler’s Plays and his story titled, Big Ben. That one aired November 14, 1964. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of a Typographical Error.
The Suspense episode this week is their broadcast from July 12, 1955 titled, Kaleidoscope.
John Steele, Adventurer opens the show this week with ‘his’ episode titled, The Circle Road. That one aired November 28, 1950. Next up is Believe It Or Not with A Lifetime By 20.
Suspense Replay features their episode from July 5, 1955 titled, The Cave-In.
Two tales from The Unexpected to start things off this week. First is Shipwreck, which aired August 29, 1948. That is followed by The Winfield Diamond, which was first heard September 5, 1948. Believe It Or Not follows The Unexpected with Prolific Poet.
Suspense Replay features The Holdout this time. It first aired June 28, 1955. The opening and closing seem to have been cut off this one, but the story is intact.
This week, we begin with The Haunting Hour and its episode, The Skyscraper Mystery. Believe It Or Not follows that with the story of an Island Made Of Soap.
Suspense Replay continues on with their episode from June 21, 1955 titled, Over The Bounding Main.