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"joseph kern" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"joseph kern" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To the men of the Army Air Corps during the Second World War. Cavalcade of America with soldiers in high boots that will be coming up a little bit later on in the program, But I get things started will continue with part two of our two part series from suspense entitled Donovan's Brain, starring Orson Welles. Suspense radios, Outstanding Theater of thrills, his first heard on CBS in June of 1942 suspense dealt in life or death situation, then through characterization and audio coloring. Little touches were added to heighten the sensation of impending Doone slow tightening of the knots. Suspense open to the ringing of soft church bells intermingled with stinging music by the fall of its first year. Joseph Kerns, also known as the Man in Black was aboard as the narrator abandoned black disappeared by the time the program went to 60 minutes in 1948 here now from May 25th of 1940 for Orson Welles, starring in part two of Donovan's brain tail calculated to keep you in suspense from yesterday is Shadow knows Sally Laughter, please. Helen Trent. Then way suspense in the Whistler send those I wish that he was strong. D'oh! D'oh! D'oh! D'oh! D'oh! D'oh! This's the man in black here to introduce this weekly half hour all suspense. Died from Hollywood Way again. Bring you Mister Awesome Wells in the second of two consecutive performances, starring Mr Welles as the protagonist of Good Max novel, Donovan's brain producer of suspense and its sponsors, The Roma wine company, President California This story is so.

Orson Welles Donovan Army Air Corps CBS Helen Trent Joseph Kerns America Sally Laughter President producer California
"joseph kern" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"joseph kern" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Thanks for tuning into Classic Radio Theater on your favorite station. The whistler never had nationwide distribution only aired on the west coast of the United. States over what was considered the Columbia West. Coast Network the Pete reason why it didn't show was sponsored by signal oil and the signal oil company ended up merging with the Garrett Corporation in one. Thousand nine hundred sixty four, the Garrett had a history in the aerospace injury being a manufacturer of parts for the twenty five b twenty nine bomber and the Lockheed p eighty. Well, after the merger, the new company was called the signal companies in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five, the company became allied signal and in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six, alliedsignal. Purchased by Honeywell. And they all became combined as honeywell. The other interesting part is. Another brand that came under the Honeywell logo was auto light. So, there is a link albeit tenuous between the Whistler and suspense. Now the conclusion of the Whistler October twenty? Ninth Nineteen Forty Five, Joseph Kern starring. In final returns we're going to decide this divorce business once now let's not go into that Alexander okay. How many times must I tell you okay as You've told me for the last time Sylvia. Corrected me for the last time. I'm going to kill you Sylvia. Alexander. If. This is a stupid attempt to pregnant stupid of this revolve then. Much. So You can get away with all worry. I'm not going to do it here. That's why we're going out can't be serious series my life. That Roland girl for me for my own salvation throwing it all away. Everything, we spent fifteen years maybe if you will be your to this is you are and everything else. You'll never get away with it down all right I won't get away with it so. I said, I'd rather die than give you up to. Something like that. Maybe. Maybe it is worth dying for. You can't understand it I guess. Don't suppose anyone could understand it. That's the trouble you see. No one can know how I feel about you. Love exactly. It's. A lifetime of work worry and sleepless nights. Here's a mustering every ounce of strength. I have to make you great. That's what you're throwing away Alexander and I won't let you do it. I won't. This. Not accepted. If, you're going to kill me you.

Alexander Honeywell Garrett Garrett Corporation Coast Network Joseph Kern Sylvia Pete
"joseph kern" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"joseph kern" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Russell, Edmond O'Brien, John Lund and Bob Bailey on this edition from 1952 will give listen to James Clayton matter while substituting for a friend who's out of town. Insurance investigator Johnny Dollar solves a case for a scared doctor who believes the patient is being terrorized by her husband. John Lennon stars as Johnny Dollar and Joseph Kerns plays Dr James Clayton from 1952. It's the James Clayton matter on this edition ofthe yesteryear. Major, both his shadow. No laptop, please. Hello, friend of any way to stop this suspense in the Whistler send, though she sometimes I wish that there was a strong Bert large. Audio rodeo Donadio. From Hollywood. It's time now for John Lund as Johnny Dollar High tech Graham, Johnny You wake up, boy check Graham.

Johnny Dollar James Clayton John Lund Dr James Clayton John Lennon Graham Edmond O'Brien Bob Bailey investigator Joseph Kerns Russell Bert Hollywood
"joseph kern" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"joseph kern" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"joseph kern" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"joseph kern" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Remember Joseph Kerns for his comedy. Roles particularly engaged with as in an almost straight man roles for Jack Benny, although his his playing ed the guard in the vault, and one of the people from the irs who always tried to say. Are you sure you've taken all your? All your deductions Mr Banning but yeah. Joseph Kerns was a fine dramatic actor We've heard him on a number of other shows, including the whistler and it back to. He wrote a some roles vote some scripts for the whistler of that. We know about in its early days, but here's an episode of suspense from Sixty six years ago today June. Fifteenth, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty four earth is made of glass. Nice presentation from Radio's outstanding. Real! The. Story of a murder Deliberate Coal Ovallis, in which we will examine its effect on our protagonist. The story is called. The Earth is made of glass. Good Morning Dr, West or Good Morning Evan I brought down the night charts from the fourth floor. Look the Mon.. Mike did you have? Acted, no new cases. Don't where you'd put them. where, we have one vacant. Did this morning four thirty-six? Mr Steele. Yes, he died about four am. Surprising held on that long. I thought you might be upset doctor. I mean the day supervising this. Rosenberg told me you would. Mr Steele were other related very close friend. No, no, not at all Mr Steele suffered certain illusions. Just before he died, he asked me to. Dr West it some kind of diary of Journal. He said he owed to. That it was in compensation. Well leave it on this. I'll ask who's in charge of settling his estate. Right out there. I looked at the first few pages. Very strange on. Well armed off duty. For Adams, I'll see you tomorrow. Journal of Richard Thomas Steel. Strange tore a good many pages. Everything up to July twenty six. That's only a month ago. Why on earth do you leave it to me? Who Do you think was? We're definitely was certainly something torturing him. July, twenty, six, extremely depressing day from early morning on the air was hot, heavy sticky. I stayed indoors you. I stayed indoors. The blinds drawn spent three and a half hours, arranging and cataloguing a new shipment of books. I must say. I gloated over the volume of Bacon Gold Leaf, on cut, eighteen, thirty, six, a treasure. In the afternoon, I ventured out to play chess with. He's an uninspired player. The worst conversation. I'm appalled. A man of Elliot's pretensions still wallows eighteenth and nineteenth century thought patterns. Sentiment delegate. He's totally out of step with the Times blindly determined to keep his mind closed to any developments in science. It was.

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"joseph kern" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"joseph kern" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Although today we mostly remember Joseph Kerns for his comedy roles particularly engaged with a as in an almost straight man roles for Jack Benny. Although his his playing ed the guard in the vault, and one of the The people from the irs, who always tried. Tried to say. Are you sure you've taken all your Your deductions, Mr Benny but yeah Joseph Kerns was a fine dramatic actor. We've heard him on a number of other shows including the whistler, and in fact, he wrote some roles vote subscription for the whistle or that we know about in its early days, but here's an episode of suspense from Sixty six years ago today June Fifteenth Nineteen Fifty Four. The Earth is made of glass. Tonight's presentation from Radio's outstanding brew. Tonight the story of murder deliberate cold. In which we will examine its effect on our protagonist, the story is called. The Earth is made of glass. Good, morning, Dr West or good morning. I brought down the night charts on the fourth floor. Look the moment. Of. Quiet doctor. No new cases were I. Don't know why you'd want them. Where we have one vacant did this morning for thirty six? Mr Steele yes, he died about four am. Spies held on that long. I thought you might be upset doctor. I! mean the day supervising this Rosenberg told me you would Mr. Steele were either when they take a very close friend. No, not at all Mr. Steele suffered certain delusions. Just before he died, he asked me to give Dr West. It's some kind of diarrhea journal. He said he owed it to you that it was in compensation. Well Leave it on this. I'll ask who is in charge or settling his estate all right out there. I looked at the first few pages. Very strange on. Round Carla off-duty. Adams Tomorrow Dr. Journal of Richard, Thomas Steel. Strange Chore Out a good. Many pages. Everything up to July twenty six. That's only a month ago. Why on Earth, leave it to me who you think I was. There was certainly something torturing him. July twenty six now, extremely depressing day from early morning on the air was hot, heavy, sticky I stayed indoors. I stayed indoors. The blinds drawn spend three and a half hours arranging and cataloguing a new shipment of books. I must say I. Close It over. The volume of Bacon Gold Leaf on cut, eighteen, thirty, six, a treasure. Afternoon I ventured out to play chess with. He's an uninspired player in a worst conversation. I'm appalled that a man of Elliott's pretensions still wallows in eighteenth and nineteenth century thought patterns. Sentiment! He's totally out of step with the Times blindly determined.

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"joseph kern" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"joseph kern" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"His arrival with an eerie thirteen note musical theme composed by Wilder hatch the same Wilbur hacks who conducted the desi Arnaz orchestra on the I Love Lucy television series Gail Gordon portrayed the Whistler in the audition broadcast and was followed by Joseph Kerns later suspense is man in black bill Forman starred in the title role through most of the west coast thirteen year run well announcer Marvin Miller filled in as the Whistler during foreman's brief military service during the second World War today's program is broken chain by Frank Burke and Robert Lippert a man receives a mysterious message from his wife at work a few hours after he had killed her may of nineteen forty six it's broken chain the Whistler on this edition of yester year wait a minute have you heard the Whistler I am the and I know many things for I walked by night I know many strange hidden in the heart of men and women who have stepped into the shadows and I know the name of terrorism which they dare not speak its time for another strange tale by Whistler each Wednesday evening at the same time bring you an unusual story of conflict and emotion tonight the broken chain the current month casted out of course Arnold dance spectacle businessman citizen taxpayer would be horrified at that idea he went back to his routine and resolve never to let himself think about again but in spite of him that thought did come back two weeks later then only a week after that then at Mach three point intervals until he found it popped into his head at least once every day when he had to be what happened all the time when our helplessness dependence on him for everything grows up on almost Monday by now the thought didn't seem so hard detain to kind of normal logical quality and he found he liked to do well like a problem in mathematics in short I will stand and was ready to.

Wilder Gail Gordon Marvin Miller foreman Frank Burke Robert Lippert Wilbur Joseph Kerns bill Forman Arnold
"joseph kern" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"joseph kern" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"On CBS in nineteen forty two it was on the air for the next twenty years with many talented directors in fact each brought his own mark to suspense making it one of the most diverse unusually broad based programs on the air suspense was known as the actors theatre folks like Frederick March Charles Laughton Peter Lori Gregory Peck Olivia de Havilland Orson Welles head of the cast many top film stars asked to return for encore performances early in the program a general format was established and continue throughout suspense open with the sound of soft church bells intermingled with stinging music by the fall of the first year Joseph Kerns the grim voice fellow known as the man in black was aboard incinerator that continued through the Roma wines beers with Truman Bradley doing the commercials the man in black it disappeared by the time the program went to sixty minutes in nineteen forty eight return with us now to those five of those days of yester year with suspense and then surprise guest starring in the strange death of Charles Duberstein from November of nineteen forty three another classic radio moments from the archives of yester year and this is the man in black winter Olympians program the same adding our Hollywood cast tonight is the distinguished American actor the star of the Broadway suspense drama angel street has recently returned to this post three to his film career Mr Vincent Price do not dispense play which presents with the price at which is produced and directed by Williams related episode in recent years and the unfriendly not the capital of Berlin the strange death of by E. Jackie human tonight stay all if you have been with us before you'll know that dispenses compounded of mystery and suspicion and dangerous adventure in this series on tales calculated to increase to offer you a precarious situation and would hold it for you and now with the strange death of Charles Bernstein and the performance of instant price we gain over the doing and I would think I'd be I thought that somebody discovered my intentions met me to the breaking point nothing it's it's everything it runs smoothly as I'd planned no evidence not the slightest trace nothing and yet I was cracked a quiet how the papers in my briefcase trying to get information forwarded to my office and he knew our power he didn't know I stood.

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"joseph kern" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"joseph kern" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Of the golden age of radio continue with yester year here's Craig Roberts suspense radio's outstanding theater of thrills was first broadcast on CBS in June of nineteen forty two it continued that on the air for the next twenty years under many talented directors each bringing his own mark to suspense making it one of the most diverse unusually broad based programs of radio suspense dealt with life or death situations that element was usually established within the first few moments then through characterization and great sound effects touches were added here and there to heighten the sensation of impending doom in fact that's what suspense was all about the slow tightening of the not just French Open the ringing of soft church bells intermingled with stinging music by the fall of this first year Joseph Kerns the grim voice phone known as the man in black was aboard as narrator the man in black it disappeared by the time the program went to sixty minutes in nineteen forty eight in nineteen forty nine it made the transition to television but never fared as well as it had on radio the final curtain on suspense ran down in nineteen fifty six return with us now to those fabulous days of yester year with suspense yes starring Herbert Marshall in the beast must die another classic radio moment from the archives of yester year in California or enjoyment throughout the world your health and your Roma wines told the world the wine for your table is Roma what made in California for enjoyment throughout the world hello I'm no welcome you again this week.

"joseph kern" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"joseph kern" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Sounds of the golden age of radio continue with yester year here's Craig Roberts suspense builds radio's outstanding theater of thrills was first heard on CBS in nineteen forty two the program continued on the air for the next twenty years under the direction of many talented directors and writers each brought his own mark to suspense making it one of the most diverse unusually broad based programs on the air suspense dealt with life or death situations that element was usually established within the first few moments then through characterization and audio sound effects little touches were added to heighten the sensation of impending doom that's what suspense was really all about the slow tightening of the Knox suspense became known as an actor's theatre folks like Cary Grant Fredric March Charles Laughton Humphrey Bogart Lucille Ball Olivia de Havilland Gregory Peck Peter Lori and others were part of the well heeled casts many top film stars in fact asked return for encore performances by the fall of the first year Joseph Kerns the grim voice phone known as the man in black was aboard as narrator that continued through the Roma wine years within Truman Bradley another radio's most distinguished voices doing the commercials Amanda black it disappeared by the time the program moved to sixty minutes in nineteen forty eight return with us now to those famous days of yesteryear with suspense and murder goes for a swim from July of nineteen forty three another classic radio program from the audio vault of yesterday and and the man in black here again to introduce Colombia's programs getting off the Hollywood cast tonight as a warm with him and with him as Mr Eric Blore no fewer than nine times of these two gentleman appeared together in screen based on the adventures of one of the most celebrated characters of modern crime occurred.

CBS Lucille Ball Olivia de Havilla Truman Bradley Colombia Hollywood Mr Eric Blore Craig Roberts Knox Cary Grant Charles Laughton Humphrey Boga Joseph Kerns Amanda black murder
"joseph kern" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"joseph kern" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"You've come to the end of your real name black you really killed Brenda that night the brilliant idea we have not allowed renders twin sister coming from Nassau the pictures appeared in the papers and was now and we just walked in on you and confections how did you know you were the one well there were several I made the mistake of voting for Brenda too many times and the police traced your calls we do back Gloria jealousy is a terrible thing ABF has presented the Whistler original music for this production is composed and conducted by Wilbraham Whistler is written and directed by J. Donald will today it's from Columbia square in Hollywood this is the Columbia broadcasting system and then the Whistler from September thirteenth nineteen forty two with Maraj starring Gerald Moore was Joseph Kerns as the Whistler it was served on CBS let's take a quick break then it's more on Hollywood three sixty more Hollywood three.

Brenda Nassau ABF Wilbraham Whistler J. Donald Hollywood Maraj Gerald Moore Joseph Kerns CBS Gloria
"joseph kern" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"joseph kern" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Played by Jeff Chandler Mr Cochran by Gayle Garton others in tonight's cast with Jane Logan Dick Crenna William at melon and Joseph Kerns if you like this chuckles as Jill be sure to hear Mr and Mrs use the over the same network don't miss the exciting and use of these amateur detectives here Mister and Mrs not every Tuesday night and be with us again next week at the same time or another comedy episode of our miss Brooks they do not project this is CVS there was a lot of fun right Jack the announcer the enemy's gas in it so we use as it is for a log on the fire because you don't we're running late folks so yeah yeah right they couldn't say it but yeah problem on doing an ounce in there saying Jack Benny's up nice we don't have a Jack Benny of nice but we have a father knows best coming your way we do and that particular episode of our miss Brooks December thirty first so new year's eve nineteen fifty and eve Arden through the magic of radio and planning and programming we're actually going back not only in time to December thirty first but we'll go back a couple days earlier grass right this twenty eighth one December twenty eighth nineteen fifty yeah all of these shows are new years shows and that's were planned for you have Wayne Messmer is my co host all the way till three o'clock in the morning what an honor it is Sir to said across the this great radio stations control board and see your handsome face it's very very cool twist to talk on the phone a lot we did and now we're here or co hosting the WGN radio theatre yeah and thanks for the invite you know it gives me a chance to have my comments that I usually make to the radio on the radio yes absolutely and if you want to get in touch with Wayne Messmer and.

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"joseph kern" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"joseph kern" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Most magical look choice. How Patty quick all right now in very carefully and I'll tell you how to de grow? Uh well well if the cinnamon there can show Julian Jimmy. How the grill? Until they're only four inches high then as duty says it really will the most magical. And maybe they'll be able to catch the crazy globe dragon and recapture their precious Silver Star after all anyway. Be Sure List next time and find out. Just how the cinnamon bear manages manages. Judy and Jimmy only four inches The in the very first episode of the cinnamon bear as it was broadcast across the nation. November twenty six nineteen thirty seven. Some of the the May surprise you to hear that there was a very well known. Radio voice in that program Buddy Dunkin thinkin portrayed the cinnamon bear there Barbara. Jean Wong was Judy Barton. and Jimmy Barton believe it or not was portrayed by Walter Tatlee yes the same Walter. Technically from the Great Gildersleeve and the Phil Harris Alice Faye show speaking of that show later on in the series. You'll hear Mr Preston the magician. He was portrayed by Elliott Lewis. Other people whose voices you will hear as we roll through the cinnamon bear. Joseph Kerns Verna Felton Lou Merrill. Gale Gordon Elvia allman when Frank Nelson New and Hanley Stafford and Howard McNair and Ted Osborne though. Some of the voices that you will hear through this episode due to these episodes of the cinnamon bear. I one here on Classic Radio Theater which was originally originally broadcast November twenty six nineteen thirty seven. Thanks for tuning into Classic.

Julian Jimmy Judy Barton. Joseph Kerns Verna Felton Jimmy Barton Gale Gordon Elvia allman Phil Harris Alice Faye Great Gildersleeve Buddy Dunkin Patty Elliott Lewis Walter Tatlee Mr Preston Ted Osborne Hanley Stafford Howard McNair Lou Merrill Jean Wong Barbara Frank Nelson
"joseph kern" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"joseph kern" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Well well if the cinnamon there can show judy and Jimmy. How did he grow until they're only four inches high? Then as Judy says it really will be most magical. And maybe they'll be able to catch the crazy quilt dragon recapture their precious Silver Star. After all anyway be sure to listen next time and find out. Just how cinnamon bear manages to make judy and Jimmy only four inches high in the very first episode of the cinnamon bear as it was this broadcast across the nation November twenty sixth nineteen thirty seven. Some of the The May surprise you to hear that there was a very he. Well known radio Voice in that program. Buddy Duncan portrayed the cinnamon bear there. Barbara Jean Wong was Judy Barton. and Jimmy Barton believe believe it or not was portrayed by Walter Tetley. Yes the same Walter. Technically from the Great Gildersleeve and the Phil Harris Alice Faye show speaking speaking of that show later on in the series. You'll hear Mr Preston the magician. He was portrayed by Elliott. Louis other people whose voices you will hear as we roll through the cinnamon bear. Joseph Kerns Verna Felton Lou Merrill L.. Gale Gordon Elvia allman Frank Nelson and Hanley Stafford and Howard McNair Mir and Ted Osborne. Those some of the voices that you will hear through this episode.

Judy Barton. Jimmy Barton Joseph Kerns Verna Felton Lou Walter Tetley Phil Harris Alice Faye Barbara Jean Wong Great Gildersleeve Gale Gordon Elvia Buddy Duncan Silver Star Howard McNair Mir Mr Preston Ted Osborne Hanley Stafford Elliott Louis Frank Nelson
"joseph kern" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:50 min | 3 years ago

"joseph kern" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Always you here are those of Joseph Kerns and be Benadryl it's this way ooh hardly see this way you come out of the cat hold onto me we alone going troy thank you hit me I brought you down here to kick Arnaud you're on the truth I that's why that's why I suddenly got so wonderful sick and look at it how it's feeling way along while he'll take that's why I got tired of it there's no reason for you to die stop what you always had to me all these years you say on you say oh I killed you know they won't they will I left a note back home of the police I told Hugh left to know his don't you remember I turn back after you went out the door such a good good Megan bye goodbye run pull right hugh blueline here I am Around the country Frank I I should imagine tonight story would make you extremely curious about although of course I do well the fact of the matter is frank can happen when I was just a child young on tired eyes and things with a young entire mind a child is constantly and the wonder of things being born out of nothingness equal wonder of sleep and awakening people had no anything to tell us so we can anticipate next week's play Mr Longest is not thought of that to live forever through these years in the next and the next tweet yes tune in next Tuesday again for our job alerts eerie story you'll know it instantly by the Yellow and orange package and by the big letters I later and August twenty fourth nineteen forty-three just listen to what everybody is saying I'm Marie from Pennsylvania and I just lost one hundred.

"joseph kern" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"joseph kern" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Is right is the for the work of an unknown he's not unknown he's Michelangelo Leonardo Maxwell hello my all that's all and you know my brother is a great a great on the air brothers Van **** he you ordered this year and you all going to love well not that high I would if you gave me a no no no no you keep you Monica my I think you will remind me how you're going to find it the other and you you will hold hi again when you believe me or not I think you gave it to me for nothing and that they give it to you over your naked not there again you will train eighteen forty three it's been the Charlie McCarthy show with special guest star Elsa Maxwell in a moment suspense and the perfect plan as the best of the golden age of radio continues right here on yester year the sounds of the golden age of radio continue with yester year here's Craig Roberts thank you Damon again welcome back to yester year suspense radio's outstanding theater of thrills as a build itself was first heard on CBS in June of nineteen forty two it continued on the air for the next twenty years with many talented directors each one brought his own mark to suspense making it one of the most divers unusually broad based shows on the air suspense down with life or death situations that element was usually established within the first few minutes of the program then through characterization and audio coloring little touches were added to heighten the sensation of impending doom that was what suspense was all about the slow tightening of the knocked dispense was known as the actors theatre and featured such luminaries as Cary Grant Frederick March Charles Laughton Humphrey Bogart Lucille Ball Olivia de Havilland Gregory Peck Peter Laurie Henry Fonda and Orson Welles were frequently in members of the cast many top film stars asked return for encore performances early in the show what general format was established and stuck to throughout suspense open with the ringing of soft church bells intermingled with stinging music by the fall of its first year Joseph Kerns a grim voice fellow known as the man in black was aboard as the narrator that stuck through the Roma wine years with Truman Bradley another of radio's most distinguished voice is doing the commercials the man in black it disappeared by the time the program went to sixty minutes in nineteen forty eight the Spencer was twenty year run continued right up to the end of net work radio finally succumbing to television in the early nineteen sixties here now from may of nineteen sixty is suspense and of the perfect plan from yester year at all another tale well calculated to keep you and being an ingenious scheme Hey all as in just one minute we.

"joseph kern" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"joseph kern" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Your favorite station now the conclusion of light south some basement the voices you hear are those of joseph kerns and be benedict from august twenty fourth nineteen forty three who bought in this way ooh lake moaning we're gonna hardly see what nine things blind lived under the earth's along and can't see but it still coming this way come out of the county onto me we alone try you can go ahead i don't stay here i tend to go on please listen stay here loyd brought you down here to kill you know that's the truth look at me and believe it because it's the truth that's why that's why i suddenly got so wonderful sick and tired of you are sick and tired of living so i brought you down here to kill you and kill myself aren't located how it's feeling his way along while he'll take care of me you got to get out of here i'm oh get out i deserve to die but you also blasted good that's why i got tired of ovid reason for you to die i'm looking at me like that you've got to get out run straight down the tunnel keep running and you'll get away just don't look at me get going uh-huh why don't you say what you always had to me all he is just as you say on you say oh what do you get out of here they had moved his blind look what you're listening to me will you go you've got to go they'll think killed you know they won't they will left nope back home to the police i told him i had guilty if that thing kills you when me they'll still think i was the one who did it now you want me to be a murderer excu on that hugh left to know his yes don't you remember i turn back after you went out the door on the dining room table out of here get that note don't make got children what i didn't i don't want to you know such a good it to me and i was tired i was crazy don't make me a murderer goodbye goodbye straight ahead he wanted to get you i promise ordinate gold oh right you blind thing you here i am i am scared ah govern get worse arm a thriller remember got me down on my sub basement again how country frank i i should imagine tonight story would make you extremely curious about subterranean matters rid the very start of the play i said something about the play happening because of something that had happened to me a very very long time ago yes of course i do well the fact of the matter risk franken happen when i was a child my going down to that sub basement and the memory of it stayed with me all these years it's those deep impressions we get as children which are truly one title for a child sees with young tired eyes and things with a young untied mind a child is constantly seeing the wonder of the world the sweet waterfall out of the heavens people's faces no one of them exactly the lichen green things growing out of the earth with colors hanging over them and the wonder of things being born out of nothing the equal wonder of sleep and awakening in dying these are the things which are older tired mind will the is forget to see and the fired head forgets to marvel at all we want to tell us a weekend anticipate next week's play mr over yes i think i can say without qualification it's a play close to the thoughts of everyone listening in well ranked live forever to live forever which one among us has not thought of that to live forever through easier than the next and the next all through space and oftentimes that's what our play is about next week and its title the immortal gentlemen that you will lose next week yes tune in next tuesday again for our job alerts eerie story the immortal gentleman and if.

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