CBS Radio Mystery Theater 1976, page 5

(4.8 stars; 28 reviews)

CBS Radio Mystery Theater was a long-running series of radio dramas created by Himan Brown and hosted by E.G. Marshall. These programs were recorded from a public radio station in 1976. They do not contain news or commercials. #0544 Witches' Sabbath; 0545 The Queen of Cats; 0549 The Colony; 0550 Strike Force; 0551 A Question of Identity; 0553 The Awakening; 0557 Now You See Them, Now You Don't; 0558 How to Kill Rudy.

This recording is part of the Old Time Radio collection.



Looking for a particular episode

(5 stars)

Great sound quality! As a kid, I was given a copy of "the wailing wall" which I believe starred Borris Karloff. It was my first real experience with radio drama, and I listened to ir again and again. If anyone has it I'd be thrilled! Thanks for sharing the fun!

These are great

(5 stars)

Thanks for posting these recordings. The FM is soooo much better than the AM recordings. I would like to ask if you have a good copy of 781020 The Outside Girl. The only recording that seems to be available is really muffled and mostly un-listenable. In any event, thanks again for posting these. Keep 'em coming. cheers!

Great series

(5 stars)

I can’t get enough of these! A wonderful revival of old time radio, brought up to date with better technology, but preserving the spirit of the old original radio dramas. E.g. marshal is a wonderful host for the program, the writing is superb, the music is remarkably good, and they chose really good actors for the parts.

The Outside Girl

(5 stars)

Thanks for your compliments these postings. I am sorry... I do not have "The Outside Girl" in my collection. I will attempt to locate a good copy and post it.

best so far

(5 stars)

these are great! Two or three by Sam Dan and they are probably the best!

(5 stars)

I remember listening to these as a child. Love that I get to hear them again!

That screech

(4.5 stars)

Would be five stars, but that opening is an ear-splitter. .excellent, excellent shows though.