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John walks through the kitchen door and falls into a mysterious land of darkness — and snake men. Script for a lost episode of the series NBC called “the ultimate in horror.”
A department store Santa Claus insists that he’s the real Kris Kringle.
Wife Liz finds some old love letters addressed to husband George and the usual sitcom misunderstandings ensue. This Lucille Ball vehicle was the basis for her classic TV series “I Love Lucy.”
Who finds himself dressed up as Santa Claus on Christmas Eve? Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson, and the villainous Lou the Lisper, a confederate of Professor Moriarty’s! Mrs. Hudson and Inspector Lestrade also appear in this lighthearted, family-friendly adventure.
Gossipy telephone operator tells Depression-era tale of a cross-dressing secretary who is forced to pass herself off as a man and ends up threatened with exposure in a men’s shelter. Bad writing? Or a secret plea from the closet? You decide.
Father wants the family to experience an old-fashioned Christmas so they set out to chop down their own tree — during a blizzard.
When a couple with a baby are stranded in the city of Illyria, they inspire a little girl to ask for an unusual Christmas present. The announcer calls it “another heartwarming story of a country newspaper and its friendly editor, and starring Will Rogers, Jr.”
Helen the stripper creates a new dance routine that sends her hurtling through the space-time continuum. A goofy science fiction comedy from one of radio’s most underrated anthology series.
On a routine job, San Francisco’s famous hard-boiled private eye stumbles onto an unusually large group of out-of-town criminals. The plot is based on a couple of Dashiell Hammett’s Continental Op stories.
The whole town thought he was murdered, but a runaway teen returns for a surprise visit. Is he really who he claims to be? A complex mystery thriller, based on a novel, from the long-running anthology series.