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 Philo Vance - Serial 5, Episode 81 - 97 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 27363

Philo Vance - Serial 5, Episode 81 - 97 Title: Philo Vance Overview: Three radio drama series were created with Philo Vance as the title character. The first series, broadcast by NBC in 1945, starred José Ferrer. A summer replacement series in 1946 starred John Emery as Vance. The best-known series (and the one of which most episodes survived) ran from 1948 to 1950 in Frederick Ziv syndication and starred Jackson Beck. "Thankfully, the radio series uses only the name, and makes Philo a pretty normal, though very intelligent and extremely courteous gumshoe. ... Joan Alexander is Ellen Deering, Vance's secretary, and right-hand woman.” Philo Vance is a fictional amateur detective originally featured in 12 crime novels by S. S. Van Dine in the 1920s and 1930s. During that time, Vance was immensely popular in books, films, and radio. He was portrayed as a stylish, even foppish dandy, a New York bon vivant possessing a highly intellectual bent. "S. S. Van Dine" was the pen name of Willard Huntington Wright, a prominent art critic who initially sought to conceal his authorship of the novels. Van Dine was also a fictional character in the books, a sort of Dr. Watson figure who accompanied Vance and chronicled his exploits. Vance's character as portrayed in the novels might seem to many modern readers to be supercilious, obnoxiously affected, and highly irritating. He struck some contemporaries that way, as well. At the height of Philo Vance's popularity, comic poet Ogden Nash wrote: "Philo Vance needs a kick in the pance." Famed hardboiled-detective author Raymond Chandler referred to Vance in his essay "The Simple Art of Murder" as "the most asinine character in detective fiction." In Chandler's novel The Lady in the Lake, Marlowe briefly uses Philo Vance as an ironic alias. A criticism of Vance's "phony English accent" also appears in Chandler's Farewell My Lovely. In Chandler's The Big Sleep, Marlowe says he's "not Sherlock Holmes or Philo Vance" and explains that his method owes more to the judgment of character than finding clues the police have missed. Original Air Date: April 29, 1943 - July 4, 1950 Series: Philo Vance Radio Series (1943 - 1950) Stars: José Ferrer, John Emery, Jackson Beck Actors: Joan Alexander, George Petrie, Personne Inconnue Writer: S. S. Van Dine, Personne Inconnue Genre: Detective Drama Episode: Philo Vance - Serial 5, Episode 81 - 97 Serial: 5 of 5 Length Serial: 7:35:56 Episodes: 81 - 97 of 97 Length Series: 42:13:50 Announcer: Tom Shirley Creator: S. S. Van Dine Director: Frederick W. Ziv Company Producer: Frederick W. Ziv Company Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: action, philo, vance, detective, radio, old-time, nbc, mystery, otrr, shows, plays, vintage, classics, intelligence, adventure, dramas, program, raymond, guns, crime, gumshoe, gritty, private, hollywood, broadcasts, nostalgia, hollywood, famous, celebrities, stars Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

 Philo Vance - Serial 4, Episode 61 - 80 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 30332

Philo Vance - Serial 4, Episode 61 - 80 Title: Philo Vance Overview: Three radio drama series were created with Philo Vance as the title character. The first series, broadcast by NBC in 1945, starred José Ferrer. A summer replacement series in 1946 starred John Emery as Vance. The best-known series (and the one of which most episodes survived) ran from 1948 to 1950 in Frederick Ziv syndication and starred Jackson Beck. "Thankfully, the radio series uses only the name, and makes Philo a pretty normal, though very intelligent and extremely courteous gumshoe. ... Joan Alexander is Ellen Deering, Vance's secretary, and right-hand woman.” Philo Vance is a fictional amateur detective originally featured in 12 crime novels by S. S. Van Dine in the 1920s and 1930s. During that time, Vance was immensely popular in books, films, and radio. He was portrayed as a stylish, even foppish dandy, a New York bon vivant possessing a highly intellectual bent. "S. S. Van Dine" was the pen name of Willard Huntington Wright, a prominent art critic who initially sought to conceal his authorship of the novels. Van Dine was also a fictional character in the books, a sort of Dr. Watson figure who accompanied Vance and chronicled his exploits. Vance's character as portrayed in the novels might seem to many modern readers to be supercilious, obnoxiously affected, and highly irritating. He struck some contemporaries that way, as well. At the height of Philo Vance's popularity, comic poet Ogden Nash wrote: "Philo Vance needs a kick in the pance." Famed hardboiled-detective author Raymond Chandler referred to Vance in his essay "The Simple Art of Murder" as "the most asinine character in detective fiction." In Chandler's novel The Lady in the Lake, Marlowe briefly uses Philo Vance as an ironic alias. A criticism of Vance's "phony English accent" also appears in Chandler's Farewell My Lovely. In Chandler's The Big Sleep, Marlowe says he's "not Sherlock Holmes or Philo Vance" and explains that his method owes more to the judgment of character than finding clues the police have missed. Original Air Date: April 29, 1943 - July 4, 1950 Series: Philo Vance Radio Series (1943 - 1950) Stars: José Ferrer, John Emery, Jackson Beck Actors: Joan Alexander, George Petrie, Personne Inconnue Writer: S. S. Van Dine, Personne Inconnue Genre: Detective Drama Episode: Philo Vance - Serial 4, Episode 61 - 80 Serial: 4 of 5 Length Serial: 8:25:32 Episodes: 61 - 80 of 97 Length Series: 42:13:50 Announcer: Tom Shirley Creator: S. S. Van Dine Director: Frederick W. Ziv Company Producer: Frederick W. Ziv Company Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: action, philo, vance, detective, radio, old-time, nbc, mystery, otrr, shows, plays, vintage, classics, intelligence, adventure, dramas, program, raymond, guns, crime, gumshoe, gritty, private, hollywood, broadcasts, nostalgia, hollywood, famous, celebrities, stars Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

 Philo Vance - Serial 3, Episode 41 - 60 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 30173

Philo Vance - Serial 3, Episode 41 - 60 Title: Philo Vance Overview: Three radio drama series were created with Philo Vance as the title character. The first series, broadcast by NBC in 1945, starred José Ferrer. A summer replacement series in 1946 starred John Emery as Vance. The best-known series (and the one of which most episodes survived) ran from 1948 to 1950 in Frederick Ziv syndication and starred Jackson Beck. "Thankfully, the radio series uses only the name, and makes Philo a pretty normal, though very intelligent and extremely courteous gumshoe. ... Joan Alexander is Ellen Deering, Vance's secretary, and right-hand woman.” Philo Vance is a fictional amateur detective originally featured in 12 crime novels by S. S. Van Dine in the 1920s and 1930s. During that time, Vance was immensely popular in books, films, and radio. He was portrayed as a stylish, even foppish dandy, a New York bon vivant possessing a highly intellectual bent. "S. S. Van Dine" was the pen name of Willard Huntington Wright, a prominent art critic who initially sought to conceal his authorship of the novels. Van Dine was also a fictional character in the books, a sort of Dr. Watson figure who accompanied Vance and chronicled his exploits. Vance's character as portrayed in the novels might seem to many modern readers to be supercilious, obnoxiously affected, and highly irritating. He struck some contemporaries that way, as well. At the height of Philo Vance's popularity, comic poet Ogden Nash wrote: "Philo Vance needs a kick in the pance." Famed hardboiled-detective author Raymond Chandler referred to Vance in his essay "The Simple Art of Murder" as "the most asinine character in detective fiction." In Chandler's novel The Lady in the Lake, Marlowe briefly uses Philo Vance as an ironic alias. A criticism of Vance's "phony English accent" also appears in Chandler's Farewell My Lovely. In Chandler's The Big Sleep, Marlowe says he's "not Sherlock Holmes or Philo Vance" and explains that his method owes more to the judgment of character than finding clues the police have missed. Original Air Date: April 29, 1943 - July 4, 1950 Series: Philo Vance Radio Series (1943 - 1950) Stars: José Ferrer, John Emery, Jackson Beck Actors: Joan Alexander, George Petrie, Personne Inconnue Writer: S. S. Van Dine, Personne Inconnue Genre: Detective Drama Episode: Philo Vance - Serial 3, Episode 41 - 60 Serial: 3 of 5 Length Serial: 8:22:46 Episodes: 41 - 60 of 97 Length Series: 42:13:50 Announcer: Tom Shirley Creator: S. S. Van Dine Director: Frederick W. Ziv Company Producer: Frederick W. Ziv Company Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: action, philo, vance, detective, radio, old-time, nbc, mystery, otrr, shows, plays, vintage, classics, intelligence, adventure, dramas, program, raymond, guns, crime, gumshoe, gritty, private, hollywood, broadcasts, nostalgia, hollywood, famous, celebrities, stars Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

 Philo Vance - Serial 2, Episode 21 - 40 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 32115

Philo Vance - Serial 2, Episode 21 - 40 Title: Philo Vance Overview: Three radio drama series were created with Philo Vance as the title character. The first series, broadcast by NBC in 1945, starred José Ferrer. A summer replacement series in 1946 starred John Emery as Vance. The best-known series (and the one of which most episodes survived) ran from 1948 to 1950 in Frederick Ziv syndication and starred Jackson Beck. "Thankfully, the radio series uses only the name, and makes Philo a pretty normal, though very intelligent and extremely courteous gumshoe. ... Joan Alexander is Ellen Deering, Vance's secretary, and right-hand woman.” Philo Vance is a fictional amateur detective originally featured in 12 crime novels by S. S. Van Dine in the 1920s and 1930s. During that time, Vance was immensely popular in books, films, and radio. He was portrayed as a stylish, even foppish dandy, a New York bon vivant possessing a highly intellectual bent. "S. S. Van Dine" was the pen name of Willard Huntington Wright, a prominent art critic who initially sought to conceal his authorship of the novels. Van Dine was also a fictional character in the books, a sort of Dr. Watson figure who accompanied Vance and chronicled his exploits. Vance's character as portrayed in the novels might seem to many modern readers to be supercilious, obnoxiously affected, and highly irritating. He struck some contemporaries that way, as well. At the height of Philo Vance's popularity, comic poet Ogden Nash wrote: "Philo Vance needs a kick in the pance." Famed hardboiled-detective author Raymond Chandler referred to Vance in his essay "The Simple Art of Murder" as "the most asinine character in detective fiction." In Chandler's novel The Lady in the Lake, Marlowe briefly uses Philo Vance as an ironic alias. A criticism of Vance's "phony English accent" also appears in Chandler's Farewell My Lovely. In Chandler's The Big Sleep, Marlowe says he's "not Sherlock Holmes or Philo Vance" and explains that his method owes more to the judgment of character than finding clues the police have missed. Original Air Date: April 29, 1943 - July 4, 1950 Series: Philo Vance Radio Series (1943 - 1950) Stars: José Ferrer, John Emery, Jackson Beck Actors: Joan Alexander, George Petrie, Personne Inconnue Writer: S. S. Van Dine, Personne Inconnue Genre: Detective Drama Episode: Philo Vance - Serial 2, Episode 21 - 40 Serial: 2 of 5 Length Serial: 8:55:15 Episodes: 21 - 40 of 97 Length Series: 42:13:50 Announcer: Tom Shirley Creator: S. S. Van Dine Director: Frederick W. Ziv Company Producer: Frederick W. Ziv Company Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: action, philo, vance, detective, radio, old-time, nbc, mystery, otrr, shows, plays, vintage, classics, intelligence, adventure, dramas, program, raymond, guns, crime, gumshoe, gritty, private, hollywood, broadcasts, nostalgia, hollywood, famous, celebrities, stars Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

 Philo Vance - Serial 1, Episode 1 - 20 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 32074

Philo Vance - Serial 1, Episode 1 - 20 Title: Philo Vance Overview: Three radio drama series were created with Philo Vance as the title character. The first series, broadcast by NBC in 1945, starred José Ferrer. A summer replacement series in 1946 starred John Emery as Vance. The best-known series (and the one of which most episodes survived) ran from 1948 to 1950 in Frederick Ziv syndication and starred Jackson Beck. "Thankfully, the radio series uses only the name, and makes Philo a pretty normal, though very intelligent and extremely courteous gumshoe. ... Joan Alexander is Ellen Deering, Vance's secretary, and right-hand woman.” Philo Vance is a fictional amateur detective originally featured in 12 crime novels by S. S. Van Dine in the 1920s and 1930s. During that time, Vance was immensely popular in books, films, and radio. He was portrayed as a stylish, even foppish dandy, a New York bon vivant possessing a highly intellectual bent. "S. S. Van Dine" was the pen name of Willard Huntington Wright, a prominent art critic who initially sought to conceal his authorship of the novels. Van Dine was also a fictional character in the books, a sort of Dr. Watson figure who accompanied Vance and chronicled his exploits. Vance's character as portrayed in the novels might seem to many modern readers to be supercilious, obnoxiously affected, and highly irritating. He struck some contemporaries that way, as well. At the height of Philo Vance's popularity, comic poet Ogden Nash wrote: "Philo Vance needs a kick in the pance." Famed hardboiled-detective author Raymond Chandler referred to Vance in his essay "The Simple Art of Murder" as "the most asinine character in detective fiction." In Chandler's novel The Lady in the Lake, Marlowe briefly uses Philo Vance as an ironic alias. A criticism of Vance's "phony English accent" also appears in Chandler's Farewell My Lovely. In Chandler's The Big Sleep, Marlowe says he's "not Sherlock Holmes or Philo Vance" and explains that his method owes more to the judgment of character than finding clues the police have missed. Original Air Date: April 29, 1943 - July 4, 1950 Series: Philo Vance Radio Series (1943 - 1950) Stars: José Ferrer, John Emery, Jackson Beck Actors: Joan Alexander, George Petrie, Personne Inconnue Writer: S. S. Van Dine, Personne Inconnue Genre: Detective Drama Episode: Philo Vance - Serial 1, Episode 1 - 20 Serial: 1 of 5 Length Serial: 8:54:19 Episodes: 1 - 20 of 97 Length Series: 42:13:50 Announcer: Tom Shirley Creator: S. S. Van Dine Director: Frederick W. Ziv Company Producer: Frederick W. Ziv Company Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: action, philo, vance, detective, radio, old-time, nbc, mystery, otrr, shows, plays, vintage, classics, intelligence, adventure, dramas, program, raymond, guns, crime, gumshoe, gritty, private, hollywood, broadcasts, nostalgia, hollywood, famous, celebrities, stars Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

 Agent FBI - Serial 4, Episode 61 - 75 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 24565

Agent FBI - Serial 4, Episode 61 - 75 Title: I Was a Communist for the FBI Overview: I Was a Communist for the FBI was based on a series of stories written by Matt Cvetic that appeared in The Saturday Evening Post. The stories were later turned into a dramatic film nominated for an Academy Award as the Best Documentary Feature of the year, best-selling book, and a radio show starring Dana Andrews that ran for 78 episodes from April 23, 1952, until October 14, 1953. The story follows Cvetic, who infiltrated a local Communist Party cell for nine years and reported back to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on their activities. I Was a Communist for the FBI consisted of 78 radio episodes syndicated by the Frederick W. Ziv Company to more than 600 stations, including KNX in Los Angeles, California. The program was made without the cooperation of the FBI. Real-life undercover agent Matt Cvetic was portrayed by Dana Andrews. The show had a budget of $12,000 per week, a very high cost to produce a radio show at the time. The program frequently dealt with the great stress that Cvetic was under, as he covertly infiltrated a local Communist Party cell. There were many personal and family problems caused by his being a Communist as well as a certain amount of mental torment. He saw the party as being hypocritical and a great danger to society. The film and radio show are, in part, artifacts of the McCarthy era, as well as a time capsule of American society during the Second Red Scare. The purpose of both is partly to warn people about the threat of Communist subversion of American society. The tone of the show is ultra-patriotic, with Communists portrayed as racist, vindictive, and tools of a totalitarian foreign power, the Soviet Union. Original Air Date: April 23, 1952 - October 14, 1953 Series: I Was a Communist for the FBI Radio Series (1952 - 1953) Star: Dana Andrews Actors: William Conrad, Peter Leeds, Sam Edwards, Byron Kane, Olan Soule', Jeff Silver, Marvin Miller, Personne Inconnue Writers: Personne Inconnue Genre: Espionage Thriller Drama Episode: Agent FBI - Serial 4, Episode 61 - 75 Serial: 4 of 4 Length Serial: 6:49:24 Episodes: 61 - 75 of 75 Length Series: 33:47:39 Announcer: Truman Bradley Creator: Matt Cvetic Director: Frederick W. Ziv Company Producer: Frederick W. Ziv Company Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: true, official, fbi, adventure, anthology, cvetic, espionage, crime, drama, espionage, historical, thriller, news, music, mystery, police, detective, investigator, mccarthy, spy, fiction, truth, undercover, patriotism, variety, communist, war, radio, old-time, serial Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

 Agent FBI - Serial 3, Episode 41 - 60 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 32386

Agent FBI - Serial 3, Episode 41 - 60 Title: I Was a Communist for the FBI Overview: I Was a Communist for the FBI was based on a series of stories written by Matt Cvetic that appeared in The Saturday Evening Post. The stories were later turned into a dramatic film nominated for an Academy Award as the Best Documentary Feature of the year, best-selling book, and a radio show starring Dana Andrews that ran for 78 episodes from April 23, 1952, until October 14, 1953. The story follows Cvetic, who infiltrated a local Communist Party cell for nine years and reported back to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on their activities. I Was a Communist for the FBI consisted of 78 radio episodes syndicated by the Frederick W. Ziv Company to more than 600 stations, including KNX in Los Angeles, California. The program was made without the cooperation of the FBI. Real-life undercover agent Matt Cvetic was portrayed by Dana Andrews. The show had a budget of $12,000 per week, a very high cost to produce a radio show at the time. The program frequently dealt with the great stress that Cvetic was under, as he covertly infiltrated a local Communist Party cell. There were many personal and family problems caused by his being a Communist as well as a certain amount of mental torment. He saw the party as being hypocritical and a great danger to society. The film and radio show are, in part, artifacts of the McCarthy era, as well as a time capsule of American society during the Second Red Scare. The purpose of both is partly to warn people about the threat of Communist subversion of American society. The tone of the show is ultra-patriotic, with Communists portrayed as racist, vindictive, and tools of a totalitarian foreign power, the Soviet Union. Original Air Date: April 23, 1952 - October 14, 1953 Series: I Was a Communist for the FBI Radio Series (1952 - 1953) Star: Dana Andrews Actors: William Conrad, Peter Leeds, Sam Edwards, Byron Kane, Olan Soule', Jeff Silver, Marvin Miller, Personne Inconnue Writers: Personne Inconnue Genre: Espionage Thriller Drama Episode: Agent FBI - Serial 3, Episode 41 - 60 Serial: 3 of 4 Length Serial: 8:59:45 Episodes: 41 - 60 of 75 Length Series: 33:47:39 Announcer: Truman Bradley Creator: Matt Cvetic Director: Frederick W. Ziv Company Producer: Frederick W. Ziv Company Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: true, official, fbi, adventure, anthology, cvetic, espionage, crime, drama, espionage, historical, thriller, news, music, mystery, police, detective, investigator, mccarthy, spy, fiction, truth, undercover, patriotism, variety, communist, war, radio, old-time, serial Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

 Agent FBI - Serial 2, Episode 21 - 40 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 32627

Agent FBI - Serial 2, Episode 21 - 40 Title: I Was a Communist for the FBI Overview: I Was a Communist for the FBI was based on a series of stories written by Matt Cvetic that appeared in The Saturday Evening Post. The stories were later turned into a dramatic film nominated for an Academy Award as the Best Documentary Feature of the year, best-selling book, and a radio show starring Dana Andrews that ran for 78 episodes from April 23, 1952, until October 14, 1953. The story follows Cvetic, who infiltrated a local Communist Party cell for nine years and reported back to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on their activities. I Was a Communist for the FBI consisted of 78 radio episodes syndicated by the Frederick W. Ziv Company to more than 600 stations, including KNX in Los Angeles, California. The program was made without the cooperation of the FBI. Real-life undercover agent Matt Cvetic was portrayed by Dana Andrews. The show had a budget of $12,000 per week, a very high cost to produce a radio show at the time. The program frequently dealt with the great stress that Cvetic was under, as he covertly infiltrated a local Communist Party cell. There were many personal and family problems caused by his being a Communist as well as a certain amount of mental torment. He saw the party as being hypocritical and a great danger to society. The film and radio show are, in part, artifacts of the McCarthy era, as well as a time capsule of American society during the Second Red Scare. The purpose of both is partly to warn people about the threat of Communist subversion of American society. The tone of the show is ultra-patriotic, with Communists portrayed as racist, vindictive, and tools of a totalitarian foreign power, the Soviet Union. Original Air Date: April 23, 1952 - October 14, 1953 Series: I Was a Communist for the FBI Radio Series (1952 - 1953) Star: Dana Andrews Actors: William Conrad, Peter Leeds, Sam Edwards, Byron Kane, Olan Soule', Jeff Silver, Marvin Miller, Personne Inconnue Writers: Personne Inconnue Genre: Espionage Thriller Drama Episode: Agent FBI - Serial 2, Episode 21 - 40 Serial: 2 of 4 Length Serial: 9:03:47 Episodes: 21 - 40 of 75 Length Series: 33:47:39 Announcer: Truman Bradley Creator: Matt Cvetic Director: Frederick W. Ziv Company Producer: Frederick W. Ziv Company Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: true, official, fbi, adventure, anthology, cvetic, espionage, crime, drama, espionage, historical, thriller, news, music, mystery, police, detective, investigator, mccarthy, spy, fiction, truth, undercover, patriotism, variety, communist, war, radio, old-time, serial Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

 Agent FBI - Serial 1, Episode 1 - 20 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 32081

Agent FBI - Serial 1, Episode 1 - 20 Title: I Was a Communist for the FBI Overview: I Was a Communist for the FBI was based on a series of stories written by Matt Cvetic that appeared in The Saturday Evening Post. The stories were later turned into a dramatic film nominated for an Academy Award as the Best Documentary Feature of the year, best-selling book, and a radio show starring Dana Andrews that ran for 78 episodes from April 23, 1952, until October 14, 1953. The story follows Cvetic, who infiltrated a local Communist Party cell for nine years and reported back to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on their activities. I Was a Communist for the FBI consisted of 78 radio episodes syndicated by the Frederick W. Ziv Company to more than 600 stations, including KNX in Los Angeles, California. The program was made without the cooperation of the FBI. Real-life undercover agent Matt Cvetic was portrayed by Dana Andrews. The show had a budget of $12,000 per week, a very high cost to produce a radio show at the time. The program frequently dealt with the great stress that Cvetic was under, as he covertly infiltrated a local Communist Party cell. There were many personal and family problems caused by his being a Communist as well as a certain amount of mental torment. He saw the party as being hypocritical and a great danger to society. The film and radio show are, in part, artifacts of the McCarthy era, as well as a time capsule of American society during the Second Red Scare. The purpose of both is partly to warn people about the threat of Communist subversion of American society. The tone of the show is ultra-patriotic, with Communists portrayed as racist, vindictive, and tools of a totalitarian foreign power, the Soviet Union. Original Air Date: April 23, 1952 - October 14, 1953 Series: I Was a Communist for the FBI Radio Series (1952 - 1953) Star: Dana Andrews Actors: William Conrad, Peter Leeds, Sam Edwards, Byron Kane, Olan Soule', Jeff Silver, Marvin Miller, Personne Inconnue Writers: Personne Inconnue Genre: Espionage Thriller Drama Episode: Agent FBI - Serial 1, Episode 1 - 20 Serial: 1 of 4 Length Serial: 8:54:40 Episodes: 1 - 20 of 75 Length Series: 33:47:39 Announcer: Truman Bradley Creator: Matt Cvetic Director: Frederick W. Ziv Company Producer: Frederick W. Ziv Company Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: true, official, fbi, adventure, anthology, cvetic, espionage, crime, drama, espionage, historical, thriller, news, music, mystery, police, detective, investigator, mccarthy, spy, fiction, truth, undercover, patriotism, variety, communist, war, radio, old-time, serial Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

 Suspense - Serial 40, Episode 391 - 400 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 16922

Suspense - Serial 40, Episode 391 - 400 Title: Suspense Overview: Suspense is a radio drama series broadcast on CBS Radio from 1940 through 1962. One of the premier drama programs of the Golden Age of Radio was subtitled "radio's outstanding theater of thrills" and focused on suspense thriller-type scripts, usually featuring leading Hollywood actors of the era. The protagonist was usually a normal person who suddenly was dropped into a threatening or bizarre situation; solutions were "withheld until the last possible second"; and evildoers were usually punished in the end. The highest production values enhanced Suspense, and many of the shows retain their power to grip and entertain. The final broadcasts of Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar, and Suspense ending at 7:00 pm Eastern Time on September 30, 1962, are often cited as the end of the Golden Age of Radio. Approximately 945 episodes were broadcast during its long run, and more than 900 still exist. Original Air Date: June 17, 1942 - September 30, 1962 Series: ​Suspense Radio Series (1942 - 1962) Performers: Herbert Marshall, Orson Welles, E.G. Marshall, Peter Lorre, Bela Lugosi, Mary Astor, Maureen O'Hara, Robert Young, Agnes Moorehead, Joseph Kearns, Dolores Costello, Martin Kosleck, Ian Wolfe, Lillian Gish, Ray Collins, Bramwell Fletcher, Gene Lockhart, Gene Kelly, Hans Conried, William Johnstone, Vincent Price, Cary Grant, Alan Ladd, Lucille Ball, Ida Lupino, Joseph Cotten, Charles Laughton, Brian Donlevy, Olivia de Havilland, Myrna Loy, Gregory Peck, Susan Hayward, Judy Garland, Robert Taylor, Van Heflin, Glenn Ford, Kirk Douglas, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Betty Grable, Raymond Burr, William Conrad, Bob Hope, Burt Lancaster, Lana Turner, Loretta Young, Ronald Reagan, Mickey Rooney, Phil Harris, Alice Faye, Greer Garson, Tony Curtis, Jack Benny, Virginia Gregg, Vic Perrin, Broderick Crawford, Stan Freberg, Boris Karloff, Richard Widmark Writers: John Dickson Carr, Lucille Fletcher, Sigmund Miller, E. Jack Neuman, Walter Newman, Louis Pelletier, Hugh Pentecost, James Poe, Robert L. Richards, Larry Roman, John Shaw, Robert Tallman, George Wells, J. Donald Wilson, Mel Dinelli Genre: Drama, Suspense Episode: Suspense - Serial 40, Episode 391 - 400 Serial: 40 of 92 Length Serial: 4:43:04 Episodes: 391 - 400 of 911 Length Series: 476:30:15 Announcers: Wendell Niles, Roy Rowan Creator: Personne Inconnue Directors: Ted Bliss, John Dietz, Fred Hendrickson, Anton Leader, Elliott Lewis, Norman Macdonnell, William N. Robson, Robert Lewis Shayon, Charles Vanda, Bruno Zirato Jr. Producers: Norman Macdonnell, William Spier, William N. Robson, Bruno Zirato Jr. Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30, 60 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: suspense, horror, radio, old-time, cbs, otr, mystery, plays, life-and-death, classics, murder, adventure, dramas, danger, intrigue, ghost, villain, crime, thriller, bizarre, evil, fantasy, nostalgia, fright, terror, scary, fear, dead, criminal, creepy Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

 Suspense - Serial 39, Episode 381 - 390 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 17916

Suspense - Serial 39, Episode 381 - 390 Title: Suspense Overview: Suspense is a radio drama series broadcast on CBS Radio from 1940 through 1962. One of the premier drama programs of the Golden Age of Radio was subtitled "radio's outstanding theater of thrills" and focused on suspense thriller-type scripts, usually featuring leading Hollywood actors of the era. The protagonist was usually a normal person who suddenly was dropped into a threatening or bizarre situation; solutions were "withheld until the last possible second"; and evildoers were usually punished in the end. The highest production values enhanced Suspense, and many of the shows retain their power to grip and entertain. The final broadcasts of Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar, and Suspense ending at 7:00 pm Eastern Time on September 30, 1962, are often cited as the end of the Golden Age of Radio. Approximately 945 episodes were broadcast during its long run, and more than 900 still exist. Original Air Date: June 17, 1942 - September 30, 1962 Series: ​Suspense Radio Series (1942 - 1962) Performers: Herbert Marshall, Orson Welles, E.G. Marshall, Peter Lorre, Bela Lugosi, Mary Astor, Maureen O'Hara, Robert Young, Agnes Moorehead, Joseph Kearns, Dolores Costello, Martin Kosleck, Ian Wolfe, Lillian Gish, Ray Collins, Bramwell Fletcher, Gene Lockhart, Gene Kelly, Hans Conried, William Johnstone, Vincent Price, Cary Grant, Alan Ladd, Lucille Ball, Ida Lupino, Joseph Cotten, Charles Laughton, Brian Donlevy, Olivia de Havilland, Myrna Loy, Gregory Peck, Susan Hayward, Judy Garland, Robert Taylor, Van Heflin, Glenn Ford, Kirk Douglas, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Betty Grable, Raymond Burr, William Conrad, Bob Hope, Burt Lancaster, Lana Turner, Loretta Young, Ronald Reagan, Mickey Rooney, Phil Harris, Alice Faye, Greer Garson, Tony Curtis, Jack Benny, Virginia Gregg, Vic Perrin, Broderick Crawford, Stan Freberg, Boris Karloff, Richard Widmark Writers: John Dickson Carr, Lucille Fletcher, Sigmund Miller, E. Jack Neuman, Walter Newman, Louis Pelletier, Hugh Pentecost, James Poe, Robert L. Richards, Larry Roman, John Shaw, Robert Tallman, George Wells, J. Donald Wilson, Mel Dinelli Genre: Drama, Suspense Episode: Suspense - Serial 39, Episode 381 - 390 Serial: 39 of 92 Length Serial: 4:59:58 Episodes: 381 - 390 of 911 Length Series: 476:30:15 Announcers: Wendell Niles, Roy Rowan Creator: Personne Inconnue Directors: Ted Bliss, John Dietz, Fred Hendrickson, Anton Leader, Elliott Lewis, Norman Macdonnell, William N. Robson, Robert Lewis Shayon, Charles Vanda, Bruno Zirato Jr. Producers: Norman Macdonnell, William Spier, William N. Robson, Bruno Zirato Jr. Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30, 60 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: suspense, horror, radio, old-time, cbs, otr, mystery, plays, life-and-death, classics, murder, adventure, dramas, danger, intrigue, ghost, villain, crime, thriller, bizarre, evil, fantasy, nostalgia, fright, terror, scary, fear, dead, criminal, creepy Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

 Suspense - Serial 38, Episode 371 - 380 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 17761

Suspense - Serial 38, Episode 371 - 380 Title: Suspense Overview: Suspense is a radio drama series broadcast on CBS Radio from 1940 through 1962. One of the premier drama programs of the Golden Age of Radio was subtitled "radio's outstanding theater of thrills" and focused on suspense thriller-type scripts, usually featuring leading Hollywood actors of the era. The protagonist was usually a normal person who suddenly was dropped into a threatening or bizarre situation; solutions were "withheld until the last possible second"; and evildoers were usually punished in the end. The highest production values enhanced Suspense, and many of the shows retain their power to grip and entertain. The final broadcasts of Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar, and Suspense ending at 7:00 pm Eastern Time on September 30, 1962, are often cited as the end of the Golden Age of Radio. Approximately 945 episodes were broadcast during its long run, and more than 900 still exist. Original Air Date: June 17, 1942 - September 30, 1962 Series: ​Suspense Radio Series (1942 - 1962) Performers: Herbert Marshall, Orson Welles, E.G. Marshall, Peter Lorre, Bela Lugosi, Mary Astor, Maureen O'Hara, Robert Young, Agnes Moorehead, Joseph Kearns, Dolores Costello, Martin Kosleck, Ian Wolfe, Lillian Gish, Ray Collins, Bramwell Fletcher, Gene Lockhart, Gene Kelly, Hans Conried, William Johnstone, Vincent Price, Cary Grant, Alan Ladd, Lucille Ball, Ida Lupino, Joseph Cotten, Charles Laughton, Brian Donlevy, Olivia de Havilland, Myrna Loy, Gregory Peck, Susan Hayward, Judy Garland, Robert Taylor, Van Heflin, Glenn Ford, Kirk Douglas, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Betty Grable, Raymond Burr, William Conrad, Bob Hope, Burt Lancaster, Lana Turner, Loretta Young, Ronald Reagan, Mickey Rooney, Phil Harris, Alice Faye, Greer Garson, Tony Curtis, Jack Benny, Virginia Gregg, Vic Perrin, Broderick Crawford, Stan Freberg, Boris Karloff, Richard Widmark Writers: John Dickson Carr, Lucille Fletcher, Sigmund Miller, E. Jack Neuman, Walter Newman, Louis Pelletier, Hugh Pentecost, James Poe, Robert L. Richards, Larry Roman, John Shaw, Robert Tallman, George Wells, J. Donald Wilson, Mel Dinelli Genre: Drama, Suspense Episode: Suspense - Serial 38, Episode 371 - 380 Serial: 38 of 92 Length Serial: 4:58:45 Episodes: 371 - 380 of 911 Length Series: 476:30:15 Announcers: Wendell Niles, Roy Rowan Creator: Personne Inconnue Directors: Ted Bliss, John Dietz, Fred Hendrickson, Anton Leader, Elliott Lewis, Norman Macdonnell, William N. Robson, Robert Lewis Shayon, Charles Vanda, Bruno Zirato Jr. Producers: Norman Macdonnell, William Spier, William N. Robson, Bruno Zirato Jr. Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30, 60 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: suspense, horror, radio, old-time, cbs, otr, mystery, plays, life-and-death, classics, murder, adventure, dramas, danger, intrigue, ghost, villain, crime, thriller, bizarre, evil, fantasy, nostalgia, fright, terror, scary, fear, dead, criminal, creepy Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

 Suspense - Serial 37, Episode 361 - 370 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 17907

Suspense - Serial 37, Episode 361 - 370 Title: Suspense Overview: Suspense is a radio drama series broadcast on CBS Radio from 1940 through 1962. One of the premier drama programs of the Golden Age of Radio was subtitled "radio's outstanding theater of thrills" and focused on suspense thriller-type scripts, usually featuring leading Hollywood actors of the era. The protagonist was usually a normal person who suddenly was dropped into a threatening or bizarre situation; solutions were "withheld until the last possible second"; and evildoers were usually punished in the end. The highest production values enhanced Suspense, and many of the shows retain their power to grip and entertain. The final broadcasts of Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar, and Suspense ending at 7:00 pm Eastern Time on September 30, 1962, are often cited as the end of the Golden Age of Radio. Approximately 945 episodes were broadcast during its long run, and more than 900 still exist. Original Air Date: June 17, 1942 - September 30, 1962 Series: ​Suspense Radio Series (1942 - 1962) Performers: Herbert Marshall, Orson Welles, E.G. Marshall, Peter Lorre, Bela Lugosi, Mary Astor, Maureen O'Hara, Robert Young, Agnes Moorehead, Joseph Kearns, Dolores Costello, Martin Kosleck, Ian Wolfe, Lillian Gish, Ray Collins, Bramwell Fletcher, Gene Lockhart, Gene Kelly, Hans Conried, William Johnstone, Vincent Price, Cary Grant, Alan Ladd, Lucille Ball, Ida Lupino, Joseph Cotten, Charles Laughton, Brian Donlevy, Olivia de Havilland, Myrna Loy, Gregory Peck, Susan Hayward, Judy Garland, Robert Taylor, Van Heflin, Glenn Ford, Kirk Douglas, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Betty Grable, Raymond Burr, William Conrad, Bob Hope, Burt Lancaster, Lana Turner, Loretta Young, Ronald Reagan, Mickey Rooney, Phil Harris, Alice Faye, Greer Garson, Tony Curtis, Jack Benny, Virginia Gregg, Vic Perrin, Broderick Crawford, Stan Freberg, Boris Karloff, Richard Widmark Writers: John Dickson Carr, Lucille Fletcher, Sigmund Miller, E. Jack Neuman, Walter Newman, Louis Pelletier, Hugh Pentecost, James Poe, Robert L. Richards, Larry Roman, John Shaw, Robert Tallman, George Wells, J. Donald Wilson, Mel Dinelli Genre: Drama, Suspense Episode: Suspense - Serial 37, Episode 361 - 370 Serial: 37 of 92 Length Serial: 5:01:11 Episodes: 361 - 370 of 911 Length Series: 476:30:15 Announcers: Wendell Niles, Roy Rowan Creator: Personne Inconnue Directors: Ted Bliss, John Dietz, Fred Hendrickson, Anton Leader, Elliott Lewis, Norman Macdonnell, William N. Robson, Robert Lewis Shayon, Charles Vanda, Bruno Zirato Jr. Producers: Norman Macdonnell, William Spier, William N. Robson, Bruno Zirato Jr. Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30, 60 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: suspense, horror, radio, old-time, cbs, otr, mystery, plays, life-and-death, classics, murder, adventure, dramas, danger, intrigue, ghost, villain, crime, thriller, bizarre, evil, fantasy, nostalgia, fright, terror, scary, fear, dead, criminal, creepy Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

 Suspense - Serial 36, Episode 351 - 360 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 17921

Suspense - Serial 36, Episode 351 - 360 Title: Suspense Overview: Suspense is a radio drama series broadcast on CBS Radio from 1940 through 1962. One of the premier drama programs of the Golden Age of Radio was subtitled "radio's outstanding theater of thrills" and focused on suspense thriller-type scripts, usually featuring leading Hollywood actors of the era. The protagonist was usually a normal person who suddenly was dropped into a threatening or bizarre situation; solutions were "withheld until the last possible second"; and evildoers were usually punished in the end. The highest production values enhanced Suspense, and many of the shows retain their power to grip and entertain. The final broadcasts of Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar, and Suspense ending at 7:00 pm Eastern Time on September 30, 1962, are often cited as the end of the Golden Age of Radio. Approximately 945 episodes were broadcast during its long run, and more than 900 still exist. Original Air Date: June 17, 1942 - September 30, 1962 Series: ​Suspense Radio Series (1942 - 1962) Performers: Herbert Marshall, Orson Welles, E.G. Marshall, Peter Lorre, Bela Lugosi, Mary Astor, Maureen O'Hara, Robert Young, Agnes Moorehead, Joseph Kearns, Dolores Costello, Martin Kosleck, Ian Wolfe, Lillian Gish, Ray Collins, Bramwell Fletcher, Gene Lockhart, Gene Kelly, Hans Conried, William Johnstone, Vincent Price, Cary Grant, Alan Ladd, Lucille Ball, Ida Lupino, Joseph Cotten, Charles Laughton, Brian Donlevy, Olivia de Havilland, Myrna Loy, Gregory Peck, Susan Hayward, Judy Garland, Robert Taylor, Van Heflin, Glenn Ford, Kirk Douglas, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Betty Grable, Raymond Burr, William Conrad, Bob Hope, Burt Lancaster, Lana Turner, Loretta Young, Ronald Reagan, Mickey Rooney, Phil Harris, Alice Faye, Greer Garson, Tony Curtis, Jack Benny, Virginia Gregg, Vic Perrin, Broderick Crawford, Stan Freberg, Boris Karloff, Richard Widmark Writers: John Dickson Carr, Lucille Fletcher, Sigmund Miller, E. Jack Neuman, Walter Newman, Louis Pelletier, Hugh Pentecost, James Poe, Robert L. Richards, Larry Roman, John Shaw, Robert Tallman, George Wells, J. Donald Wilson, Mel Dinelli Genre: Drama, Suspense Episode: Suspense - Serial 36, Episode 351 - 360 Serial: 36 of 92 Length Serial: 5:01:46 Episodes: 351 - 360 of 911 Length Series: 476:30:15 Announcers: Wendell Niles, Roy Rowan Creator: Personne Inconnue Directors: Ted Bliss, John Dietz, Fred Hendrickson, Anton Leader, Elliott Lewis, Norman Macdonnell, William N. Robson, Robert Lewis Shayon, Charles Vanda, Bruno Zirato Jr. Producers: Norman Macdonnell, William Spier, William N. Robson, Bruno Zirato Jr. Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30, 60 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: suspense, horror, radio, old-time, cbs, otr, mystery, plays, life-and-death, classics, murder, adventure, dramas, danger, intrigue, ghost, villain, crime, thriller, bizarre, evil, fantasy, nostalgia, fright, terror, scary, fear, dead, criminal, creepy Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

 Suspense - Serial 35, Episode 341 - 350 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 17801

Suspense - Serial 35, Episode 341 - 350 Title: Suspense Overview: Suspense is a radio drama series broadcast on CBS Radio from 1940 through 1962. One of the premier drama programs of the Golden Age of Radio was subtitled "radio's outstanding theater of thrills" and focused on suspense thriller-type scripts, usually featuring leading Hollywood actors of the era. The protagonist was usually a normal person who suddenly was dropped into a threatening or bizarre situation; solutions were "withheld until the last possible second"; and evildoers were usually punished in the end. The highest production values enhanced Suspense, and many of the shows retain their power to grip and entertain. The final broadcasts of Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar, and Suspense ending at 7:00 pm Eastern Time on September 30, 1962, are often cited as the end of the Golden Age of Radio. Approximately 945 episodes were broadcast during its long run, and more than 900 still exist. Original Air Date: June 17, 1942 - September 30, 1962 Series: ​Suspense Radio Series (1942 - 1962) Performers: Herbert Marshall, Orson Welles, E.G. Marshall, Peter Lorre, Bela Lugosi, Mary Astor, Maureen O'Hara, Robert Young, Agnes Moorehead, Joseph Kearns, Dolores Costello, Martin Kosleck, Ian Wolfe, Lillian Gish, Ray Collins, Bramwell Fletcher, Gene Lockhart, Gene Kelly, Hans Conried, William Johnstone, Vincent Price, Cary Grant, Alan Ladd, Lucille Ball, Ida Lupino, Joseph Cotten, Charles Laughton, Brian Donlevy, Olivia de Havilland, Myrna Loy, Gregory Peck, Susan Hayward, Judy Garland, Robert Taylor, Van Heflin, Glenn Ford, Kirk Douglas, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Betty Grable, Raymond Burr, William Conrad, Bob Hope, Burt Lancaster, Lana Turner, Loretta Young, Ronald Reagan, Mickey Rooney, Phil Harris, Alice Faye, Greer Garson, Tony Curtis, Jack Benny, Virginia Gregg, Vic Perrin, Broderick Crawford, Stan Freberg, Boris Karloff, Richard Widmark Writers: John Dickson Carr, Lucille Fletcher, Sigmund Miller, E. Jack Neuman, Walter Newman, Louis Pelletier, Hugh Pentecost, James Poe, Robert L. Richards, Larry Roman, John Shaw, Robert Tallman, George Wells, J. Donald Wilson, Mel Dinelli Genre: Drama, Suspense Episode: Suspense - Serial 35, Episode 341 - 350 Serial: 35 of 92 Length Serial: 5:00:47 Episodes: 341 - 350 of 911 Length Series: 476:30:15 Announcers: Wendell Niles, Roy Rowan Creator: Personne Inconnue Directors: Ted Bliss, John Dietz, Fred Hendrickson, Anton Leader, Elliott Lewis, Norman Macdonnell, William N. Robson, Robert Lewis Shayon, Charles Vanda, Bruno Zirato Jr. Producers: Norman Macdonnell, William Spier, William N. Robson, Bruno Zirato Jr. Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30, 60 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: suspense, horror, radio, old-time, cbs, otr, mystery, plays, life-and-death, classics, murder, adventure, dramas, danger, intrigue, ghost, villain, crime, thriller, bizarre, evil, fantasy, nostalgia, fright, terror, scary, fear, dead, criminal, creepy Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

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