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Saturday, November 7, 2015

Old Time Radio Saturday - posted by Don

The Hall of Fantasy: The Black Figurine of Death – transcript- from: Generic Radio

A dying uncle vows revenge on his greedy family, warning them of a black figurine. “It was a queer little figure, its arms raised in supplication, a look of fear upon its face,” says nephew Dave, “There was something frightening about it.”

Information courtesy of Generic Radio


Gunsmoke – transcript- from: Old Time Radio Researchers Group

Two years’ worth of “Gunsmoke” scripts.

 

Information courtesy of Old Time Radio Researchers Group


Columbia Workshop: Nine Prisoners – transcript- from: Generic Radio

American soldiers are ordered to massacre twenty-two German prisoners-of-war. A grim and occasionally heavy-handed adaptation of the story in William March’s “Company K.”

Information courtesy of Generic Radio


Four for the Fifth: Surrender – transcript- from: Generic Radio

World War II propaganda by Arch Oboler about an army private who captures a sophisticated enemy lieutenant.

Information courtesy of Generic Radio


The Mercury Theatre on the Air: A Tale of Two Cities – transcript- from: Microphone Plays

Orson Welles’ adaptation of Charles Dickens’ sprawling novel of the French Revolution. “It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I’ve ever done. It is a far, far better rest that I go to than I have ever known,” says Sydney Carton at the guillotine.

Information courtesy of Microphone Plays


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