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First a little sad news as we note the passing of radio actor and Emmy award winning director, Lamont Johnson (I mentioned it briefly last week) he died on October 24th at age 88. We have a two-hour tribute for him running on the channel beginning Sunday (11/7) at 6pm ET. It features a new to the channel episode of Suspense – Frankie and Johnny (with Dinah Shore as Frankie and Johnson as Johnny.) He’ll also be featured along side Mary Jane Croft on Crime Classics, Sydney Greenstreet on Nero Wolfe and as the title character on Tarzan.
If you have the time there is a wonderful archive interview on You Tube Lamont Johnson On YouTube Note: There are a total of nine parts.
Also this week, a Veteran’s Day Special featuring a new to the channel episode written by Norman Corwin, America At War from February 12th, 1942 as well as a Revolutionary War story on American Portraits, a Korean War story on Suspense and Corwin’s landmark end of WWII special Fourteen August narrated by Orson Welles.
Birthday tributes for June Havoc, producer/director Norman McDonnell, Robert Louis Stevenson and writer Robert A. Arthur.
We also will feature new to the channel episodes from Lum & Abner, Suspense, Romance of The Ranchos, Dr. Kildare, The Bickersons, Vic & Sade, Philip Marlowe, The Weird Circle, The Sealed Book and many more.