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During World War II, many programs were made for overseas broadcast. Today’s podcast features such a show, perhaps the best ever done, “Dick Tracy in B Flat.” There is a staggering cast of big name stars here, including Bing Crosby, Dinah Shore, Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra, Jimmy Durante, Judy Garland, Frank Morgan, and the Andrews Sisters. Subscribe t…
 
It wasn't often the series Suspense did a story of the supernatural, but when they did it was extraordinary. As we approach Halloween, today’s podcast features one of the best ghost stories from this era, about a disc jockey who decides to spend a night in a haunted house. Subscribe to our Facebook Group for news, discussions, and the latest podcas…
 
On today's episode, it's John Huston's early noir classic, The Maltese Falcon, Sweetheart. This radio version gathered together (almost) the complete original cast of the film about five years later in a streamlined version of this story about "the stuff dreams are made of." Subscribe to our Facebook Group for news, discussions, and the latest podc…
 
On today's creepy-cast, we descend into ancient Egyptian tombs with a strange archeological expedition in Wyllis Cooper's radio version of The Mummy. And John talks about his favorite radio performers. Subscribe to our Facebook Group for news, discussions, and the latest podcast: https://www.facebook.com/groups/881779245938297 Visit our website: ht…
 
Today on the podcast, John talks about a largely forgotten personality, who during his time was considered one of the great wits in American comedy, Fred Allen. A lot of Fred Allen's jokes and jabs were ripped out of the headlines of the day, and John plays the last episode from his famous radio show. Subscribe to our Facebook Group for news, discu…
 
On today’s “scary” podcast, John presents a story many people consider one of the best ever done in any medium; “Three Skeleton Key,” with a famous star of many 1950-’60s horror films, Vincent Price. If you have a phobia of rats, you may want to stay away from this one! Subscribe to our Facebook Group for news, discussions, and the latest podcast: …
 
Today’s special extended podcast will present two programs specially chosen for families. First, a beautifully produced audio version of Walt Disney’s Pinocchio with the full original cast, followed by an imaginative Ray Bradbury story called “The Rocket.” Subscribe to our Facebook Group for news, discussions, and the latest podcast: https://www.fa…
 
Today we feature Arch Oboler’s famous series, Light’s Out! John was friends with Arch Oboler, and in today’s podcast he’s going to talk about that. And don’t let the innocuous title fool you, this story about a locked chest and what is inside is one of the most horrific radio shows ever done. Subscribe to our Facebook Group for news, discussions, a…
 
Today on the podcast, Wildroot Cream Oil “makes your hair stand on end” with a terrific thriller, featuring the detective originally made famous in The Maltese Falcon, Sam Spade. If you like fast-paced, action-packed pulp stories from the 1940s with great performances, this is one of the best. Subscribe to our Facebook Group for news, discussions, …
 
This week, an excellent, subtle ghost story, Lucille Fletcher’s The Hitchhiker. In addition to being one of the most mysterious stories of all time, the cast and crew could not be better. Orson Welles gives an amazing tour-de-force performance, Bernard Herrmann provides an ominous score. Subscribe to our Facebook Group for news, discussions, and th…
 
On today’s podcast, we start the holidays early with It’s a Wonderful Life, starring Donna Reed, and of course Jimmy Stewart. We decided we can play this in September, since it was never really a Christmas movie until TV re-runs came along. Anyway, settle back and enjoy this great hour-long show for the whole family. Subscribe to our Facebook Group…
 
Before the airwaves were shaken by an Invasion from Mars, and films were forever changed by John Foster Kane, a comparatively obscure 23-year-old Orson Welles brought the dark classic Dracula to listeners across the country. Today John features this gothic story, brilliantly produced by the Mercury Theatre. Subscribe to our Facebook Group for news,…
 
In its early days, you could almost say radio was an extension of "Vaudeville". Don't know what Vaudeville was? In today's episode, John's going to explain it, he plays a wild and crazy comedy show, and we attempt to answer the question "How do you make antifreeze?" Subscribe to our Facebook Group for news, discussions, and the latest podcast: http…
 
This week's horror offering is hands down one of the most hair-raising radio shows of all time. It has everything from creepy premonition, to locked doors, to weird noises in the night... Listen to this one in the dark, put those devices down, and let your imagination go! Subscribe to our Facebook Group for news, discussions, and the latest podcast…
 
So how do you turn a cartoon into a podcast? Well, our second episode will try to answer that question with a dramatization of Walt Disney's 1953 classic, Peter Pan. Bobby Driscoll and Kathryn Beaumont return to Neverland in this exciting adventure for the whole family. Subscribe to our Facebook Group for news, discussions, and the latest podcast: …
 
It's our first podcast! One of the most popular types of radio shows during the '30s, '40s, and '50s were the mystery and horror shows. Join us as we open the door to the strange and mysterious, with this eerie creature feature from radio's past. Subscribe to our Facebook Group for news, discussions, and the latest podcast: https://www.facebook.com…
 
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