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Suspense – Vol. 1 – Radio Classics



SUSPENSE RADIO CLASSICS: “Tales well calculated to keep you in SUSPENSE! Suspense was subtitled “radio’s outstanding theater of thrills”. Suspense usually featured leading Hollywood actors of the era. Starring: Some of Hollywoods greatest stars. 20 half-hour original network broadcasts. Digitally remastered and restored. CD.

Suspense presented radio drama’s dealing with life and death situations. Highly popular with audiences, at its peak, Suspense was one of radio’s best. Film stars loved it. For the first few years the shows were introduced by “The Man in Black” originally played by Joseph Kearns. Suspense debuted on June 17, 1942 as a sustaining summer replacement, returned that fall and continued in the CBS lineup until September 30, 1962. “Radio’s outstanding theatre of thrills” is recognized as one of the finest dramatic series in the history of broadcasting. The show is remembered for presenting some of radio’s most engrossing stories, including “Sorry, Wrong Number,” The Hitch-hiker” and “Donovan’s Brain.”


Audition: The Lodger – 7-21-40, The Cave of Ali Baba – 8-19-42, Lord of the Witch Doctors – 10-27-42, Two Sharp Knives – 12-22-42, Nothing Up My Sleeve – 1-5-43, Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble – 6-56-43, Fear Paints a Picture – 4-13-43, Moment of Darkness – 4-20-43, The Diary of Sophronia Winters – 4-27-43, Death Flies Blind – 5-4-43, Mr. Markham, Antique Dealer – 5-11-43, The ABC Murders – 5-18-43, Sorry, Wrong Number – 5-25-43, Banquo’s Chair – 6-1-43, Five Canaries in the Room – 6-8-43, Last Night – 6-15-43, The Man Without a Body – 6-22-43, Uncle Henry’s Rosebush – 6-29-43, The White Rose Murders – 7-6-43, Murder Goes For a Swim – 7-20-43.

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