This radio dramatization of the classic movie, featuring the original stars, aired on March 6, 1944.
This collection features five episodes of the classic NBC radio show starring Bob Hope: Edward G. Robinson, Shirley Temple, Herbert Marshall, Aboard the USS South Dakota, and Red Skelton.
Fiery silver screen legend Bette Davis stars in this collection of radio dramatizations of her classic films. Davis recreates some of her Oscar-winning and Oscar nominated roles.
The Buntings take in a very reclusive boarder; but is there a connection between the recent wave of Ripper-like murders and the lodger? This spectacular radio version of Hitchcock's 1927 film of the same title stars Herbert Marshall.
When John Donne stood in the pulpit of St. Paul's, the lyricism of a great poet fused with the devotion of a holy man. There were no prepared sermons, for he spoke only from notes, and what he said was later transcribed from memory. But the sermons were overwhelming; for behind him was a lifetime devoted, as poet, philosopher and devine, to God.
"Wherever there's mystery, intrigue, romance... in all the strange and dangerous places of the world... there you will find The Man Called X." Wherever he goes, action follows! Suave, debonair secret agent Ken Thurston travels the world, dispatched anywhere America's interests might be threatened. This exciting espionage series was created by the enigmatic real-life intelligence operative Jay Richard Kennedy.
A classic radio version of 'The Birds' which actually predates the Hitchcock film by 10 years! It is a classic horror adventure which is more faithful to the original Daphne Du Maurier novel. One of the classic radio Theatre productions you will want to listen to over and over again!
"The Birds in High Volume"
"Wherever there is mystery, adventure, intrigue, in all the strange and dangerous places in the world, there you will find the man called X!" Debonair British actor Herbert Marshall stars as FBI secret agent Ken Thurston, "the man who crosses the ocean as readily as you and I cross town; he is the man who fights today's war in his unique fashion, so that tomorrow's peace will make the world a neighborhood for all of us." Leon Belasco plays Mr. X's comedic sidekick, Pagan Zeldchmidt, who always turns up in remote parts of the world.
This episode of Bob Hope's classic NBC radio show, broadcast from the U.S. Naval Reserve Midshipmen School at Notre Dame, originally aired on May 29, 1945, just three weeks after V-E Day.