Monday, October 30th
Mercury Theatre – “War of the Worlds”
On the 79 anniversary of the broadcast, the classic presentation by Orson Welles and the Mercury Theatre, War of the Worlds, that convinced millions that we were being invaded by Mars.
Tuesday, October 31st
Suspense – “Sorry Wrong Number”
Agnes Moorehead stars in one of the scariest, most spine-chilling episodes of Suspense theatre that finds a woman on the phone listening to a murder being planned.
Richard Diamond – “Stolen Purse”
Richard Diamond is trying to track down the owner of a purse. The contents have disappeared but not the threat of murder.
Wednesday, November 1st
Great Gildersleeve – “Why the Chimes Rang”
Willard Waterman stars as Gildy who has romantic notions while helping to wrap Christmas presents with a ladyfriend.
Screen Guild Theatre – “The Maltese Falcon”
The Warner Brothers sensational show The Maltese Falcon that stars Humphrey Bogart, Sidney Greenstreet and Peter Lorre.
Thursday, November 2nd
Fibber McGee and Molly – “McGee’s Moustache”
McGee thinks growing a moustache will improves his appearance but Molly won’t pay lip service to the idea.
Let George Do it – “First Client”
George Valentine hang up his shingle as a private eye and gets his first client by running a clever ad in the newspaper.
Friday, November 3rd
Jack Benny – “From Toronto”
It’s 1943 and Jack, Rochester and the whole gang are staying at the Royal York Hotel on the first broadcast outside the continental United States.
Mr. District Attorney – “Bridal Path Murders”
Mr District Attorney is on the case of a killer with a record who kills the judge who sent him yup the river.
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