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This week begins with the second half of our annual 7 days of Halloween shows which continue through Halloween Night and into the wee hours of Thursday November 1st (remember 3am ET is just Midnight PT! and we air nationwide). After that we return to the replays from the regular week which began on Sunday the 22nd.
Since there isn’t a Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar Halloween marathon, I have scheduled two of the popular five part storylines which pick up again Thursday morning.
As to the Halloween offerings we have some from Suspense, Inner Sanctum Mysteries, The Sealed Book, The Strange Dr. Weird and others. Annual favorites include Orson Welles as Dracula, Suspense’s Ghost Hunt, The Hall Of Fantasy’s Shadow People, Suspense’s Pit and The Pendulum, Lights Out’s Revolt of The Worms, Quiet Please’s The Thing On The Fourble Board (the one taking place on an oil platform) plus Houdini’s Final Seance.
As to some of the regular week programming:
We celebrate Major League Baseball’s postseason with radio appearances from some Hall Of Fame players including Joe DiMaggio (on The Eddie Cantor Show), Dizzy Dean (on The Bob Hope Show) and Hank Greenberg (on Bing Crosby’s Philco Radio Time). Plus we have William Bendix as Babe Ruth and World Series themed episodes from both The Jack Benny Program and The Adventures Of Ellery Queen.
We have a centennial celebrations for Art Carney (The Big Story, Escape, Gangbusters) and Joan Banks (The Whistler, My Friend Irma).
Plus we mark the birthdays of Oscar winner Joan Fontaine(Academy Award Theater, Suspense, Screen Director’s Playhouse); Burt Lancaster (Suspense, Screen Director’s Playhouse); Elsa Lanchester (Lux Radio Theater, Columbia Workshop); Shirley Mitchell (CBS Radio Workshop, Let George Do It, Fibber McGee & Molly, The Great Gildersleeve), Fanny Brice (Baby Snooks) and Laurette Fillbrandt (The Whistler).
We mark the 86th anniversary of Fred Allen’s radio debut and also mark the series debuts of Rocky Jordan (70th) and Pursuit (69th).
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