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The Sealed Book OTR

(4,143 Sterne; 7 Bewertungen)

Old Time Radio Programs, The Sealed Book


This recording is part of the Old Time Radio collection.

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TSB-45-03-18 ep01 The Hands of Death

27:47

Program \#2 - The King of the World

30:07

Program \#3 - Death Spins a Web

29:50

Program \#4 - Devil Island

29:32

Program \#5 - Escape by Death

29:33

Death At Storm House

30:30

Accusing Corpse

29:33

Stranger in the House

29:31

Program \#9 - Out of the Past

29:31

Program \#10 - Welcome Home

29:31

TSB-45-05-27_ep11_I'll_Die_Laughing

29:31

Program \#12 - Design for Death

29:31

Program \#13 - The Ghost Makers

29:33

Program \#14 - Broadway Here I Come

29:31

Program \#15 - Queen of the Cats

29:30

Program \#16 - Death Rings Down the Curtain

29:31

Program \#17 - Till Death Do Us Part

29:33

450715 (18) Man With the Stole

29:29

Program \#19 - My Beloved Must Die

29:31

Program \#20 - Beware of Tomorrow

29:31

Program \#21 - Murder Must Be Paid For

29:33

TSB-45-08-12 ep22 To Have and to Hold

29:15

TSB-45-08-19 ep23 Murderer Unknown

29:22

Program \#24 - Time On My Hands

29:31

You Only Die Once

29:31

450909 (26) Death Laughs Last.

29:31

Bewertungen

Syndicated horror antology

(4 Sterne)

The Sealed Book was co-scripted by Robert A. Arthur and David Kogan, both of whom wrote the Mysterious Traveler scripts. Arthur also wrote the 15 minute Strange Dr. Weird series. All three were heard on the Mutual network circa 1945. The Sealed Book was a syndicated series with openings at the beginning, middle and ending for local commercials. This series usually was sold to independent stations which used local advertising. The ironic thing about this program was its' time slot: 10:30 on Sunday evenings, a time reserved for more family type entertainment.

A great overlooked horror / mystery series

(5 Sterne)

I really liked this series - so much, I had to listen to them one after the other! It's a shame it was a short series. I love finding obscure gems like these :)

The first episode is a Zero Hour episode.

(0 Sterne)

Rod Serling wasn't doing radio in 1945.... He was in the army.