Presenting the biggest legends of Hollywood starring in "Suspense," radio's outstanding theater of thrills! Each week, we'll hear two chillers from this old time radio classic featuring one of the all-time great stars of stage and screen.
Charles Laughton (Part 4)
This week, Charles Laughton stars in a pair of thrillers with healthy doses of dark comedy: "The Fountain Plays" (11/23/44) and "De Mortuis" (2/10/49).
This week, child star turned actor and director Jackie Cooper stars in three old time radio thrillers: "The Clock and the Rope" (12/5/47); "Remember Me?" (8/24/58); and "The Amateur" (5/3/59).
Joan Lorring (Part 2)
This week, Oscar-nominee Joan Lorring brings us into the Sixties in three old time radio thrillers: "The Daisy Chain" (6/26/60); "The Man Who Knew How to Hate" (7/16/61); and "Witness to Murder" (10/22/61).
This week, Helmut Dantine - the dashing actor who broke out in Hollywood as Nazis in war pictures - plots an assassination in "Russian New Year" (1/13/57). Then, he co-stars with Nina Foch as a psychiatrist with ulterior motives in "Headshrinker" (10/26/58).
This week, stage and screen character actor Michael O'Shea snaps a picture of a murder in "Photo Finish" (7/18/46) and plans to kill to keep his writing partner around in "The Twist" (9/11/47).
This week, actress and singer Virginia Bruce hunts for a missing man in "The Cross-Eyed Bear" (9/16/43) and solves a baffling crime in "The Locked Room" (1/27/44).
Top Tier Quality!
Amazing host and highly curated shows with excellent audio fidelity. Not your run of the mill OTR podcast.
Great “Suspense” selections
Best sound quality of any old time radio program Podcasts I’ve listened to and I love the introduction of the radio actors and their mini biographies. Outstanding.
BEST Old Time Radio Podcast!!
This is my Favorite Podcast!! Stars on Suspense is Excellent! The host is knowledgeable and enthusiastic and presents it so well, he introduces the old Hollywood stars, he features the best episodes they starred in. He really cares to have the best episodes! The music and introduction is Very very classy, like a real theater production. I just love it and really look forward to it so so much!!