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.
Episode 215 - Robert Taylor (Part 2)
This week, Robert Taylor plays a reporter who discovers a story worth killing for in "The Argyle Album" (12/13/45). Plus, he guest hosts "The Jack Benny Program" (5/16/48).
This week, Lynn Bari plays a woman trying to get away with murder in "Murder By an Expert" (7/24/47). Then, she joins Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in a wild west comedy (12/16/43).
William Conrad (Part 2)
This week, William Conrad lends his booming voice to two radio thrillers: "The Shot" (12/2/54) and "A Study in Wax" (8/16/55). Plus, he stars as Matt Dillon in "Matt Gets It" (10/2/54) from "Gunsmoke."
John Lund (Part 3)
This week, John Lund is a writer who bases his new story on a real-life crime in "The Man in the Room" (5/11/50) and a cop on the trail of a drug ring in "Melody in Dreams" (12/19/52).
BONUS - Halloween Haunts: The House in Cypress Canyon
Just in time for Halloween, here's my pick for the scariest installment of "radio's outstanding theater of thrills." Robert Taylor and Cathy Lewis star in "The House in Cypress Canyon" (12/5/46).
This week, we'll hear three terrifying tales from the mind of Ray Bradbury brought to radio life: "Zero Hour" (4/5/55) and "The Whole Town's Sleeping" (6/14/55). Plus - "The Veldt" (8/9/51) from "Dimension X."
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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!!
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...Gold mine of bedtime stories. These are Hollywood’s brightest stars of their time; with superb acting, direction and production. OTR, and this podcast in particular, has helped me for years get through intractable insomnia. 🌛