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MYSTERY HOUSE

20 RADIO SHOWS - 10 HOURS - 10 CDS

 

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MYSTERY HOUSE
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Meet Dan and Barbara Glenn, owners of Mystery House Publishing on Park Avenue in New York City. Each week they present a mystery novel they are considering for publication. According the the program's premise, the entire staff
of the Mystery House assists in bringing the novel to life, acting in the dramatization, playing sound effects and music. That's some talented publishing staff! Mystery House was a midwest regional production of radio station WGN, Chicago. It's unusual premise was popular in it's day. But one has to wonder why a company would broadcast the entire story of a future novel before even publishing it.! Dan, Barbara and their staff were obviously very talented - but
must have been horrible at business! Forrest Lewis plays Dan, Nannette Sargent is Barbara, the announcer is Rye Billsbury. The programs are probably from disc intended for syndication, with commercial space left open for local commercials to be added..This is own first "Radio Lovers" collection, an attempt to offer rarely released shows for the real oldtime radio fans. We hope you enjoy this package! In this collection we have 20 episodes from the series.
20 SHOWS ON THIS COLLECTION INCLUDE:

New Lease on Death - August 19,1945
Death at Deadline - August 26,1945
Malice in Wonderland - September 09,1945
Complete With Quartet - September 16,1945
Death Passed My Window - March 31,1946
Sub Rosa Justice - April 07,1946
Laugh I Thought I'd Die - April 14,1946
Murder Takes Practice - April 21,1946
Death with a Punch - April 28,1946
The Composite Killer - May 05,1946
Murder Me Gently - May 12,1946
Murder Is an Accident - May 19,1946
Bury Me Not - May 26,1946
A Killing in the Market - May 31,1946
Murder Hires a Hall - June 07,1946
Bases Loaded - June 14,1946
Time to Kill - June 21,1946
Dagger in the Dark - July 05,1946
A Vacation from Murder - July 12, 1946
Drop Me a Line - July 26,1946