No matter what the problem, he's the solution. Roaming the Old West like a knight of old, the man called Paladin brings his deadly aim to bear...for a price. Join John Dehner for hard-hitting adventure on the frontier in 20 thrill-packed episodes of Have Gun - Will Travel! Ben Wright and Virginia Gregg costar in these digitally restored and remastered episodes representing the best broadcasts of the series' first season on radio.
Mysterious doings, deadly secrets...passwords, countersigns, and concealed weapons...you don't know who to trust! The world of espionage comes to life before your very ears in this collection of Great Radio Spies! Marlene Dietrich, Henry Fonda, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Joseph Cotten, Rex Harrison, Stacy Harris, Dana Andrews, Herbert Marshall, and more star in 10 full hours of globe-trotting intrigue and secret agent adventure.
An orange glow peeks through the window on a crisp October night. Is it a jack-o'-lantern? Or, is it the radio dial? It's both! This collection of radio's happiest Halloween moments is replete with good old-fashioned haunted houses, costume parties, cemeteries, tricks and treats. Have fun with favorites like Jack Benny, Hal Peary, William Bendix, Ozzie & Harriet, Lucille Ball, Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy, and Boris Karloff.
"Great Halloween OTR"
Terror in the night! Terror on the air! Terror in your mind's eye! Steel your nerves against tales of ghostly graveyards and lonesome corpses...time travel and amnesia...mentalists, mummies, and murder! These 16 exciting tales of the supernatural and the strange feature Frank Lovejoy, Les Damon, Stacy Harris, Lesley Woods, Jackson Beck, Parker Fennelly, Lon Clark, Bret Morrison, Berry Kroeger, and more.
"Great dramas, but no supernatural element."
Radio Spirits dares you to face fog-shrouded streets, escaped madmen, haunted houses, deadly creatures and curses…and the most horrifying thing of all... the heavy curtain descending on the final episode of Suspense. In this exciting collection, relive great moments from the last two years of this legendary series. These thrill-packed episodes feature Raymond Edward Johnson, Robert Readick, Paul McGrath, Bernard Lenrow, Jackson Beck, and more in these 30 digitally remastered and restored taut, tense tales!
Your host creaks open the door and delivers you into the dark for 16 terrifying tales of suspense and the supernatural. Amidst storms and curses, risks and obsessions, threats and things that go bump in the night, people are plotting death, or trying to prevent their own! Hosts Raymond Edward Johnson and Paul McGrath share the microphone with the wicked Jackson Beck, Richard Widmark, Mercedes McCambridge, and more. Pleasant dreams...hmmmm?
Monstrously mischievous masters Raymond Edward Johnson and Paul McGrath lead you through the creaking door for three hours of twists and turns - and we're not just talking about the knots you'll find in your stomach. Radio rogues Jackson Beck, Agnes Moorehead, and more are frighteningly fabulous in these six wickedly suspenseful stories. Murder is on everyone's mind, but their characters have heart...someone else's that is...clutched in their cruel hands.
"Amazing and Wonderful Eerie-Ness!!"
A young woman hires Sam to help her fiance... who doesn't want any help. He's already behind bars, but did he commit the crime? There are many contradictions and paradoxes in this caper!
Murder on skis at a rich man's winter home. Steve Dunne, Lurene Tuttle, William Conrad.
Sam causes a stir at a San Francisco school for girls when he comes to investigate a string of thefts.
The Second World War may be ending, but the war on crime knows no surrender! Britt Reid, "daring young publisher," matches wits with the underworld, with spies, saboteurs, and anyone who stands in the way of a better postwar America! Here are twenty punchy, fast-moving and dynamic episodes from 1945. Al Hodge and Robert Hall star as The Green Hornet - scourge of urban vice, foe of exploitation, and enemy of corruption!
It is right from the beginning, when you first hear Boris Karloff as host and narrator, that you suspect you are about to hear something frightening. But when another classically creepy voice is heard, that of Peter Lorre, then you know for certain what is coming!
"A Blast from The Past"
Confirmed bachelor Lum Edwards is an earnest entrepreneur - stable, yet stumbling. Forever jumping to conclusions, Abner Peabody tends to act first and ask questions later. Together, these silly silver-haired citizens of Pine Ridge, Arkansas, are the proprietors of the Jot 'Em Down Store. This good-hearted, if somewhat misguided, pair have such a slow and easy way about them that folks might assume their lives are uneventful - but, nothing could be farther from the truth!
Jack Benny continues to get the laughs with this collection of six spoofs that highlight both fairy tales and classic radio shows. This hysterically humorous collection is a must-have for any comedy or Jack Benny fan. A brilliant, talented comic, Benny continues to captivate audiences of all ages with his laugh-out-loud situational comedies and parodies.
"Hardcore Jack Benny fans may like, but..."
The announcer says, "The ring of the silver spurs heralds the most amazin' man ever to ride the prairies of the early West," and you're swept away to dangerous days on the wild frontier. But you're in good hands with straight-shooter Hopalong Cassidy (played by William Boyd) and his comical sidekick, California Carlson.
Family Theater is a dramatic anthology radio series that aired from 1947 to 1957. In this episode a beautiful visitor from another planet is given a jay-walking ticket by the local sheriff. Starring Eleanor Powell (hostess), Raymond Burr, Virginia Gregg, Jeanne Bates, Leo Curley, Tony La Frano (announcer), Robert Emlin.
Family Theater is a dramatic anthology radio series that aired from 1947 to 1957. This episode is the story of Sir William, a slayer of Rhinosodragons, and his quest for courage. Starring Fred Allen (host, narrator), Dennis Day, Howard McNear, Jay Novello, Irene Tedrow, Ken Christy, Gene Baker (announcer), Barbara Eiler, and Charlotte Lawrence.
Family Theater is a dramatic anthology radio series that aired from 1947 to 1957. In this episode, a poor juggler of old France gives the mother of the Christ child the only present he can.
The story of Jesus' journey to Jerusalem with his family, when he was 12 years of age.
The misguided governor of Washington Territory is trying to force the Indians onto poor land. William Wyatt tries to help.