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This is a rebroadcast of the original Suspense! Radio Show. 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. Approximately 945 episodes were broadcast during its long run, and more than 900 still exist. Suspense went through several major phases, ...
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"Uncle Erich Presents™" - Classic Crime, Murder and Suspense Mysteries. Give your eyes a rest. Grab a cold drink, turn the lights down low, snuggle back on the sofa and let your imagination flow while listening to an exciting old Classic Radio show. Episodes are added every Sunday from fictional crime stories to suspense. Enjoy ! Visit Uncle Erich's website at https://UncleErich.com Please visit our merch website https://Tee-Dazzle.com for hundreds of great T-Shirt, Tank Top, Hoodie designs ...
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Welcome back folks to yet another exciting episode from the Uncle Erich Presents™ Classic Radio Series. Today, we make another visit with Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall in their classic series, Bold Venture. Today's episode is titled "Sailor Framed For Murder." As you may remember, a salty seadog Slate Shannon, played by Humphrey Bogart, owns a …
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Character Walter Abel began his career in Eugene O'Neill stage dramas in the 1920s and he worked steadily on the big and small screens all the way through the 1980s. We'll hear him as a bank employee who wants to add some fun - and some ill-gotten gains - to his life in "Quiet Desperation" (originally aired on CBS on August 7, 1947). Plus, he co-st…
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Welcome back folks to yet another drama packed episode from the Uncle Erich Presents™ Crime series. I'm so very glad you tuned in, and I hope you are enjoying the podcast ! If you are, please tell others to tune in too ! I'd really appreciate it. Today, we listen to a crime drama series called Broadway Is My Beat. Broadway Is My Beat is a radio cri…
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We bid goodbye to the "First Lady of Suspense" as Agnes Moorehead stars in three old time radio thrillers. First, she plays a high school teacher who tries to save her student from a grisly end behind the wheel of a hot rod in "The Empty Chair" (originally aired on CBS on September 21, 1953). Then, Ms. Moorehead plays a mother who's a little too cl…
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In this bonus episode, I'm sharing my favorite Suspense shows from the 18 appearances Joseph Cotten made on the program. The star of Shadow of a Doubt and The Third Man plays both heroes and villains across these six episodes. First, he's searching for his missing wife in "You'll Never See Me Again" (originally aired on CBS on September 14, 1944), …
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Welcome back folks to yet another exciting episode from the Uncle Erich Presents™ Classic Radio Series ! I sure do hope you're enjoying these great classic crime, murder mysteries and I thank you for stopping by again. This episode is from the classic Sherlock Holmes Series and is titled "The Unwelcome Ambassador." This episode originally aired in …
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As a contract player for Warner Brothers and Fox, Mark Stevens starred in film noir and dramas alongside the likes of Lucille Ball and Richard Widmark. But even though he was hailed as one of the most promising new stars of Hollywood, his career never really took off. We'll hear Stevens in his one and only appearance on Suspense; he plays a man who…
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Suspense takes some rare trips into the otherworldly realms of science fiction in this bonus episode. John McIntire is a mad scientist with an equally mad experiment in "Donovan's Brain" (originally aired on CBS on Februay 7, 1948), and Jack Benny is a one-man welcoming committee on Mars in "Plan X" (originally aired aired on CBS on February 2, 195…
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Welcome back folks to another exciting episode from the Uncle Erich Presents™ Radio Series ! I'm so glad you tuned in again. Today, we visit Richard Diamond, Private Detective. This episode is titled "Fred Sears Murder Case." Richard Diamond Private Detective played by Dick Powell is an American detective drama which aired on the radio from 1949 to…
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Welcome back folks to yet another exciting episode from the Uncle Erich Presents™ Classic Radio Shows ! This episode is from the classic The Avenger series, featuring Jim Brandon, alter ego of The Avenger who was a biochemist that invented a Telepathic Indicator and a Secret Diffusion Capsule, both of which helped him fight crime. This episode is t…
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Welcome back folks to another exciting episode from the Uncle Erich Presents™ Classic Radio series ! I am so glad you tuned in again, and hope you are enjoying listening to these exciting episodes. Today, we make another visit with Detective Boston Blackie. Today's episode is titled "The Murder of John Walters." In this episode, Blackie goes for a …
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Helen Walker's Hollywood career was short and marked by an offscreen tragedy, but she made memorable appearances in comedies and dramas opposite co-stars like Fred MacMurray and Tyrone Power. We'll hear her opposite John Beal in "Deadline at Dawn" - the final hour-long episode of Suspense (originally aired on CBS on May 15, 1948). Then she reprises…
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In this bonus episode, I'm sharing my favorite Suspense shows starring Gene Kelly. The star of Singin' in the Rain doesn't sing or dance, but instead he shows off his dramatic chops in three radio thrillers. First, he's stalked on the highway in "Death Went Along For the Ride" (originally aired on CBS on April 27, 1944), and then he's a man whose s…
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Before he was Rambo's commanding officer, Richard Crenna was a squeaky-voiced teenager on radio in Our Miss Brooks and A Date with Judy. His career began on the air and stretched into the early 2000s, and it included an Emmy win and starring roles on multiple TV shows. We'll hear him in a pair of radio thrillers: first, he's a young crook whose lif…
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Welcome back folks to yet another drama packed episode from the Uncle Erich Presents™ Classic Radio Series. I'm so very glad you tuned in again. I truly appreciate you visiting Uncle Erich, and sure do hope you are really enjoying these classic suspenseful crime episodes ! Today, we listen to another episode of Casey - Crime Photographer. Today's e…
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Welcome back folks to yet another exciting episode from the Uncle Erich Presents™ Radio Series. I'm so glad you stopped by today. Today's episode is from the classic The Adventures of Philip Marlowe, Private Eye Series, and is titled "The Covered Bridge." The Adventures of Philip Marlowe was a radio series featuring Raymond Chandler as private eye,…
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Norman Lloyd began his career on stage with Orson Welles and on screen under the direction of Alfred Hitchcock. He went on to TV stardom in the 1980s on St. Elsewhere and made his final screen appearance in 2015 at the age of 100. We'll hear Mr. Lloyd as a tyrannical radio producer in "Fury and Sound" (AFRS rebroadcast from July 26, 1945). Plus, he…
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Welcome back folks to yet another drama packed episode from the Uncle Erich Presents™ Classic Radio Series. I'm so very glad you tuned in again and am really hoping you're enjoying Uncle Erich's podcast ! Today, we listen to an episode from the very popular drama series you may have heard of. It's the Dragnet Radio Show, starring Jack Webb. The Dra…
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Herbert Marshall puts his English accent to great use in this pair of radio thrillers - two of the twenty-one appearances he logged on Suspense. First, he's the crown prosecutor out to convict a wily wife killer in "Murder by Jury" (originally aired on CBS on February 22, 1954). Then, he's in a battle of wits against a German saboteur in an open bo…
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Welcome back folks to yet another suspense packed episode from the Uncle Erich Presents™ radio series ! I do hope you are enjoying these episodes, and I am so happy you tuned in again. Today, we make another visit to The Mysterious Traveler. Come ride the train with The Mysterious Traveler, with this week's dark story titled "The Accusing Corpse." …
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Possessing one of the all-time great voices of the radio era, Hans Conried was equally effective in comedies and dramas as characters both old and young from all parts of the world. We'll hear him as the king's executioner in "The Groom of the Ladder" (originally aired on CBS on March 13, 1956), a refugee looking for a new life in America in "Freed…
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Welcome back folks to another exciting episode from the Uncle Erich Presents™ Classic Radio series ! Today we present another great episode from the Mystery Is My Hobby series. This episode is titled "Mystery of the Burning Light." Today's plot - Bart investigates a murder on a friend’s boat. This episode is brought to you by our friends at Critter…
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John Lund joins our five-timer's club as he makes his final four appearances on Suspense. First, he's a Marine who may have discovered paradise in the middle of the war in the Pacific in "The Island" (originally aired on CBS on January 12, 1958). Then he's a gambler who bets too much on his own system in "Winner Lose All" (originally aired on CBS o…
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