Joan Fontaine

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A couple quick links – if you are interesting in helping out (or attending) the 24th Old Time Radio Convention for The Society To Preserve and Encourage Radio Drama Variety and Comedy (SPERDVAC). The Los Angeles event is scheduled for Friday, November 15th through Sunday, November 17th, 2013. Here is the link;  Kickstarter

And if you want to see the video from the Radio Spirits Sea Cruise back in June here is that link

We are rolling toward Halloween which this year includes the return of Mercury Theater On The Air’s War Of The Worlds broadcast, the 75th Anniversary. This week I will have a few Halloween themed shows to get you in the mood. They include offerings from Lights Out, Dark Fantasy, Inner Sanctum Mysteries plus two Lucille Fletcher classic scripts; The Hitchhiker and Sorry, Wrong Number. We also have a little Halloween humor from Our Miss Brooks, The Great Gildersleeve and Abbott & Costello.

Our birthday tributes this week are heading up by one for Oscar winner Joan Fontaine (she is 96!) and others include Barney Phillips’ centennial (Dragnet, Escape); Bela Lugosi, Hy Averback (The Whistler, Escape), Ivor Francis (The Chase) and Teri Keane’s 88th (X Minus One)

Two different series debut anniversaries as well; The Fred Allen Show and Sherlock Holmes (celebrated with a two-hour four episode special featuring four different acting tandems as Holmes & Watson).


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2 Responses to “Oct. 20th to Oct. 26th, 2013 RadioClassics Show Schedules”

  1. wmlanza says:

    Interesting program. Click on the “listen here” link

  2. Jeff in AZ says:

    No Fibber this week? That is my favorite, but I know not everyone likes them. Looking forward to hearing them next week.

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