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.
BONUS - Halloween Haunts: The Whole Town’s Sleeping
In this week's bonus scary story for Halloween, Jeanette Nolan takes the long way home in "The Whole Town's Sleeping" (6/14/55).
This week, character actor supreme John McIntire plays both a mad scientist and his monstrous creation in "Donovan's Brain" (2/7/48).
For tickets to the livestream of my original Halloween old time radio comedy this Saturday, 10/23 at 7:00 pm, visit https://www.ashlandtheatre.org/event/terror-on-the-tracks
BONUS - Halloween Haunts: The Abominable Snowman
In this week's Halloween bonus show, William Conrad is on the hunt for a yeti - or is it the other way around - in "The Abominable Snowman" from Escape (9/13/53).
Frank Lovejoy (Part 3)
This week, Frank Lovejoy stars in two of the scariest offerings from "Suspense" - "On a Country Road" (1/4/54) and "The Long Night" (11/18/56).
BONUS - Halloween Haunts: Zero Hour
This week's bonus scary story comes from the mind of science fiction master Ray Bradbury. It stirred up controversy when it aired on CBS, and it still provides chills nearly 70 years later. It's "Zero Hour" (originally aired on CBS on April 5, 1955), a tale of a child's backyard game with catastrophic consequences.
Jack Carson (Part 2)
This week, character actor and comedian Jack Carson stars in "Death Pitch" (3/29/51); "Misfire" (10/6/57); and "Analytical Hour" (6/28/59).
What great fun to hear these old suspense shows!! Thankyou!
I am hooked on OTR and Suspense is one of my favorite shows. I appreciate the narrator’s intros to each show. Suspense featured many big stars in its day and it is great to be able to hear them all.
Too many spoilers and too much jazz.
I generally really enjoy the actual shows and I'm grateful to the podcast maker for creating this podcast, but due to the above, I find that I fast forward until the show begins. Perhaps this could be resolved by speaking after the show, and also dropping the music, please. Thanks for good content.