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Saturday, September 12, 2015

Old Time Radio Script Saturday - post author Don

Thanks, Marie, for the heads up on these!

The Witch’s Tale: The King Shark God – transcript- from: Generic Radio

Old Nancy, the 108-year-old Witch of Salem, tells a tale of a Hawaiian Shark God that eats horny white guys.

Information courtesy of Generic Radio

The Columbia Workshop: The Fall of the City – transcript- from: Generic Radio

A radio announcer describes a nameless city’s reaction to the arrival of a conquering enemy. Archibald MacLeish’s allegorical verse play is one of the few vintage American radio dramas that was able to claim a serious literary reputation.

Information courtesy of Generic Radio

Our Miss Brooks: A Plaque for Mr. Conklin – transcript- from: The Wireless

Principal Conklin thinks he’s getting a plaque from the school board and it’s up to the intrepid Miss Brooks to manage the fallout. A slapstick episode of the long-running sitcom.

Information courtesy of The Wireless

Lights Out: The Locked Room Mystery – transcript- from: Generic Radio

A novelist, struggling to write a locked room mystery, locks himself in his office, only to be interrupted by a stranger who resembles the story’s murderer. An interesting but not very scary episode of the long-running horror series.

Information courtesy of Generic Radio

Lux Radio Theatre: It Happened One Night – transcript- from: Generic Radio

Classic Depression-era Frank Capra romantic comedy about a smooth-talking reporter and a runaway heiress on a cross-country bus trip.

Information courtesy of Generic Radio

Find these and more on the Old Time Radio page.

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