Escape (radio program)

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Escape
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Harry Bartell was heard in "Three Skeleton Key" and 55 other Escape programs.
Genre Adventure
Running time 30 minutes
Country United States
Language(s) English
Home station CBS
Writer(s) Les Crutchfield,
John Dunkel
Director(s) Norman MacDonnell,
William N. Robson
Producer(s) Norman MacDonnell
Narrated by Paul Frees,
William Conrad
Air dates July 7, 1947 to September 25, 1954
No. of episodes 228

Escape was radio's leading anthology series of high-adventure radio dramas, airing on CBS from July 7, 1947 to September 25, 1954. Since the program did not have a regular sponsor like Suspense, it was subjected to frequent schedule shifts and lower production budgets, although Richfield Oil signed on as a sponsor for five months in 1950.

Despite these problems, Escape enthralled many listeners during its seven-year run. The series' well-remembered opening combined Mussorgsky's Night on Bald Mountain with this introduction, as intoned by Paul Frees and William Conrad:

"Tired of the everyday grind? Ever dream of a life of romantic adventure? Want to get away from it all? We offer you... Escape!"

Following the opening theme, a second announcer (usually Roy Rowan) would add:

"Escape! Designed to free you from the four walls of today for a half-hour of high adventure!"

Adaptations[edit]

Of the more than 230 Escape episodes, most have survived in good condition. Many story premises, both originals and adaptations, involved a protagonist in dire life-or-death straits, and the series featured more science fiction and supernatural tales than Suspense. Some of the memorable adaptations include Daphne du Maurier's "The Birds", Carl Stephenson's "Leiningen Versus the Ants", Algernon Blackwood's "Confession", Ray Bradbury's oft-reprinted "Mars Is Heaven", George R. Stewart's Earth Abides (the program's only two-parter), Richard Connell's "The Most Dangerous Game" and F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Diamond as Big as the Ritz".

John Collier's "Evening Primrose", about people who live inside a department store, was later adapted to TV as a Stephen Sondheim musical starring Anthony Perkins. Vincent Price, Harry Bartell and Jeff Corey were heard in the chilling "Three Skeleton Key" (broadcast on 17 March 1950), the tale of three men trapped in an isolated lighthouse by thousands of rats; the half-hour was adapted from an Esquire short story by the French writer George Toudouze and later remade for the 9 August 1953 broadcast starring William Conrad, Ben Wright and Jay Novello.

Actors on the series included Elvia Allman, Eleanor Audley, Parley Baer, Michael Ann Barrett, Tony Barrett, Harry Bartell, Ted Bliss, Lillian Buyeff, Ken Christy, William Conrad, Ted deCorsia, John Dehner, Don Diamond, Paul Dubov, Sam Edwards, Virginia Gregg, Lou Merrill, Howard McNear, Jess Kirkpatrick, B.J. Thompson, Shep Menken, Frank Gerstle, George Neece, Jeanette Nolan, Dan O'Herlihy, Barney Phillips, Forrest Lewis, Robert Griffin, Alan Reed, Bill Johnstone, Sandra Gould, Junius Matthews, Carleton G. Young, Frank Gerstle, Marvin Miller, Frank Lovejoy, Berry Kroeger, Vic Perrin, Elliott Lewis, Eleanore Tanin, Herb Vigran, Jack Webb, Peggy Webber and Will Wright.

Music was supplied by Del Castillo, organist Ivan Ditmars, Cy Feuer, Wilbur Hatch and Leith Stevens. The announcers were Paul Frees and Roy Rowan.

The program's opening announcement—"Tired of the everyday grind?"—was employed as a slogan for the counterculture magazine, New Escapologist.[1]

List of episodes[edit]

Episode No Title Author Star Release Date
Pilot "Dead of Night" John Baines Art Carney 03-21-47
1 "The Man Who Would Be King" Rudyard Kipling, adapted by Les Crutchfield Raymond Lawrence 07-07-47
2 "Operation Fleur de Lis" William N. Robson Jack Webb 07-14-47
3 "The Diamond as Big as the Ritz" F. Scott Fitzgerald, adapted by Les Crutchfield Jack Edwards Jr. 07-21-47
4 "Typhoon" Joseph Conrad, adapted by Les Crutchfield Frank Lovejoy 07-28-47
5 "The Sire del Maletroit's Door" Robert Louis Stevenson, adapted by Les Crutchfield Elliott Lewis 08-04-47
6 "The Ring of Thoth" Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, adapted by Les Crutchfield Jack Webb 08-11-47
7 "The Fourth Man" John Russell, adapted by Irving Ravetch William Johnstone 08-18-47
8 "The Most Dangerous Game" Richard Connell, adapted by Irving Ravetch Hans Conreid 10-01-47
9 "Run of the Yellow Mail" 10-08-47
10 "A Shipment of Mute Fate" Martin Storm, adapted by Les Crutchfield Jack Webb 10-15-47
11 "The Fall of the House of Usher" Edgar Allan Poe, adapted by Les Crutchfield Paul Frees 10-22-47
12 "Pollock and the Porroh Man" H.G. Wells, adapted by John Dunkel Barton Yarborough 10-29-47
13 "Evening Primrose" John Collier, adapted by John Dunkel Elliott Lewis 11-05-47
14 "The Young Man With the Cream Tarts" Robert Louis Stevenson, adapted by William N. Robson Paul Frees 11-12-47
15 "Casting the Runes" M.R. James, adapted by Irving Ravetch John McIntire 11-19-47
16 "The Country of the Blind" H.G. Wells, adapted by John Dunkel Paul Frees 11-26-47
17 "Taboo" Geoffrey Household, adapted by John Dunkel Paul Frees 12-03-47
18 "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" Ambrose Bierce, adapted by William N. Robson Harry Bartell 12-10-47
19 "Wild Oranges" Joseph Hergesheimer, adapted by John Dunkel William Conrad 12-17-47
20 "Back for Christmas" John Collier, adapted by Robert Tallman Paul Frees 12-24-47
21 "Confession" Algernon Blackwood, adapted by John Dunkel William Conrad 12-31-47
22 "The Second Class Passenger" Percival Gibbons, adapted by William N. Robson Harry Bartell 01-07-48
23 "Leinengen vs. the Ants" Carl Stephenson, adapted by Robert Ryf William Conrad 01-14-48
24 "Papa Benjamin" Cornell Woolrich, adapted by John Dunkel Frank Lovejoy 01-21-48
25 "Three Good Witnesses" Harold Lamb, adapted by John Dunkel Morgan Farley 01-28-48
26 "The Vanishing Lady" Alexander Woollcott, adapted by William N. Robson Joan Banks 02-01-48
27 "Snake Doctor" Irvin S. Cobb, adapted by Fred Howard William Conrad 02-08-48
28 "Ancient Sorceries" Algernon Blackwood, adapted by Les Crutchfield Paul Frees 02-15-48
29 "How Love Came to Professor Guildea" Robert Hichens, adapted by Les Crutchfield Luis Van Rooten 02-22-48
30 "The Grove of Ashtaroth" John Buchan, adapted by Les Crutchfield Paul Frees 02-29-48
31 "Jimmy Goggles...the God" H.G. Wells, adapted by Les Crutchfield 03-07-48
32 "Log of the Evening Star" Alfred Noyes, adapted by Les Crutchfield Jack Webb 03-14-48
33 "Misfortune's Isle" Richard Matthew Hallet, adapted by Les Crutchfield Paul Frees 03-21-48
34 "A Shipment of Mute Fate" Martin Storm, adapted by Les Crutchfield Harry Bartell 03-28-48
35 "Action" C.E. Montague, adapted by Les Crutchfield Berry Kroeger 04-04-48
36 "The Brute" Joseph Conrad, adapted by Les Crutchfield Dan O'Herlihy 04-11-48
37 "The Drums of the Fore and Aft" Rudyard Kipling, adapted by Les Crutchfield Gil Stratton 04-18-48
38 "The Fourth Man" John Russell, adapted by Irving Ravetch Joseph Kearns 04-25-48
39 "John Jock Todd" Robert Simpson Wilms Herbert 05-02-48
40 "The Time Machine" H.G. Wells, adapted by Irving Ravetch Jeff Corey 05-09-48
41 "The Match" James Oliver Curwood, adapted by Les Crutchfield Frank Lovejoy 05-16-48
42 "Leinengen vs. the Ants" Carl Stephenson, adapted by Robert Ryf William Conrad 05-23-48
43 "Beau Geste" Percival Christopher Wren, adapted by Les Crutchfield Jay Novello 06-06-48
44 "The Country of the Blind" H.G. Wells, adapted by John Dunkel Paul Frees 06-20-48
45 "A Tooth for Paul Revere" Stephen Vincent Benet, adapted by John Dunkel Harry Bartell 07-04-48
46 "She" H. Rider Haggard, adapted by John Dunkel Ben Wright 07-11-48
47 "Habit" F.R. Buckley, adapted by Les Crutchfield John Dehner 07-18-48
48 "The Man Who Would Be King" Rudyard Kipling, adapted by Les Crutchfield Ben Wright 08-01-48
49 "The Fugitive" Vincent Starrett, adapted by John Dunkel Luis Van Rooten 08-15-48
50 "S.S. San Pedro" James Gould Cozzens, adapted by Les Crutchfield John Dehner 08-22-48
51 "The Diamond as Big as the Ritz" F. Scott Fitzgerald, adapted by Les Crutchfield Sam Edwards 08-29-48
52 "A Dream of Armageddon" H.G. Wells, adapted by Les Crutchfield Betty Lou Gerson 09-05-48
53 "Evening Primrose" John Collier, adapted by John Dunkel Harry Bartell 09-12-48
54 "The Man Who Could Work Miracles" H.G. Wells, adapted by Les Crutchfield Ben Wright 09-19-48
55 "The Lost Special" Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, adapted by Les Crutchfield Ben Wright 02-12-49
56 "Orient Express" Graham Greene, adapted by Sheldon Stark Edgar Barrier 02-19-49
57 "Red Wine" Lawrence Blochman, adapted by Morton Lewis/Les Crutchfield Jeff Chandler 02-26-49
58 "Conqueror's Isle" Nelson Bond, adapted by John Meston David Ellis 03-05-49
59 "He Who Rides the Tiger" James Norman, adapted by Les Crutchfield William Conrad 03-12-49
60 "A Shipment of Mute Fate" Martin Storm, adapted by Les Crutchfield Berry Kroeger 03-13-49
61 "Finger of Doom" Cornell Woolrich, adapted by John Dunkel Harry Bartell 03-19-49
62 "The Country of the Blind" H.G. Wells, adapted by John Dunkel Edmond O'Brien 03-20-49
63 "The Adaptive Ultimate" Stanley G. Weinbaum, adapted by John Dunkel Edgar Barrier 03-26-49
64 "The Diamond as Big as the Ritz" F. Scott Fitzgerald, adapted by Les Crutchfield Sam Edwards 03-27-49
65 "Confidential Agent" Graham Greene, adapted by Ken Crossen Berry Kroeger 04-02-49
66 "When the Man Comes, Follow Him" Ralph Bates, adapted by Les Crutchfield Paul Dubov 04-09-49
67 "The General Died at Dawn" Charles Booth, adapted by Walter Newman William Conrad 04-16-49
68 "The Great Impersonation" E. Phillips Oppenheim, adapted by Walter Newman Edgar Barrier 04-23-49
69 "The Fourth Man" John Russell, adapted by Irving Ravetch Lawrence Dobkin 07-07-49
70 "The Drums of the Fore and Aft" Rudyard Kipling, adapted by Les Crutchfield Ben Wright 07-14-49
71 "Action" C.E. Montague, adapted by Les Crutchfield Joseph Kearns 07-21-49
72 "The Second Class Passenger" Percival Gibbons, adapted by William N. Robson Parley Baer 07-28-49
73 "Leinengen vs. the Ants" Carl Stephenson, adapted by Robert Ryf Gerald Mohr 08-04-49
74 "Red Wine" Lawrence Blochman, adapted by John Dunkel Willard Waterman 08-11-49
75 "Snake Doctor" Irvin S. Cobb, adapted by Fred Howard William Conrad 08-18-49
76 "Evening Primrose" John Collier, adapted by John Dunkel Harry Bartell 08-25-49
77 "The Fortune of Vargas" Geoffrey Household, adapted by Les Crutchfield Victor Mature 09-21-49
78 "Wild Oranges" Joseph Hergesheimer, adapted by John Dunkel Van Heflin 09-28-49
79 "The Primitive" 10-08-49
80 "The Sure Thing" John & Gwen Bagni William Conrad 10-15-49
81 "Night in Havana" Burnham Crater, adapted by walter Newman Tony Barrett 10-22-49
82 "The Blue Wall" 10-29-49
83 "Plunder of the Sun" David Dodge, adapted by John Dunkel Paul Frees 11-08-49
84 "Flood on the Goodwins" David Devine, adapted by James Poe Jack Edwards 11-01-49
85 "Three Skeleton Key" George Toudouze, adapted by James Poe Elliott Reid 11-15-49
86 "Maracas" John & Gwen Bagni William Conrad 11-22-49
87 "A Letter From Jason" George F. Wert, adapted by Selig Lester Frank Lovejoy 11-29-49
88 "Command" James Warner Bellah, adapted by William N. Robson Elliott Reid 12-06-49
89 "Border Town" John & Gwen Bagni Jack Webb 12-13-49
90 "Figure a Dame" Richard Sales, adapted by Morton Fine & David Fiedkin Frank Lovejoy 12-20-49
91 "Seeds of Greed" Freud A. Nelson Gary Merrill 12-27-49
92 "The Pistol" Les Crutchfield Betty Lou Gerson 01-03-50
93 "The Vanishing Lady" Alexander Woollcott, adapted by William N. Robson Joan Banks 01-10-50
94 "The Sure Thing" John & Gwen Bagni Anthony Ross 01-17-50
95 "Treasure, Inc." John & Gwen Bagni Frank Lovejoy 01-24-50
96 "Present Tense" James Poe Vincent Price 01-31-50
97 "The Outer Limit" Graham Doar, adapted by Morton Fine Frank Lovejoy 02-07-50
98 "Two if by Sea" Roger Bax, adapted by E. Jack Neuman & John Michael Hayes John Dehner 02-14-50
99 "The Red Mark" John Russell, adapted by Les Crutchfield Harry Bartell 02-21-50
100 "The Man Who Won the War" Robert Buckner, adapted by William N. Robson John Dehner 02-28-50
101 "Port Royal" Harry Rieseberg, adapted by Gil Doud John Dehner 03-10-50
102 "Three Skeleton Key" George Toudouze, adapted by James Poe Vincent Price 03-17-50
103 "Danger at Matacumbe" John & Gwen Bagni Frank Lovejoy 03-24-50
104 "Green Splotches" T.S. Stribling, adapted by William N. Robson William Conrad 03-31-50
105 "Ambassador of Poker" Achmed Abdullah, adapted by John Dunkel Elliott Reid 04-07-50
106 "The Golden Snake" Paul Pierce, adapted by Les Crutchfield Tony Barrett 04-14-50
107 "The Shanghai Document" John & Gwen Bagni Ben Wright 04-21-50
108 "Something for Nothing" H. Vernon Dickson, adapted by Silvia Richards Anne Morrison 04-28-50
109 "The Man Who Stole the Bible" John & Gwen Bagni Ben Wright 05-05-50
110 "The Rim of Terror" Hildegard Teilhet, adapted by William N. Robson Barton Yarborough 05-12-50
111 "Pass to Berlin" David Friedkin & Morton Fine Ben Wright 05-19-50
112 "Command" James Warner Bellah, adapted by William N. Robson Walter Burke 05-26-50
113 "Mars is Heaven" Ray Bradbury, adapted by David Friedkin Ben Wright 06-02-50
114 "The Big Sponge" 06-09-50
115 "Serenade for a Cobra" Joel Murcott Charles McGraw 06-16-50
116 "Sundown" Joel Murcott Barton Yarborough 06-23-50
117 "Blood Bath" James Poe Vincent Price 06-30-50
118 "A Shipment of Mute Fate" Martin Storm, adapted by Les Crutchfield William Conrad 07-10-50
119 "Shark Bait" Antony Ellis Harry Bartell 07-14-50
120 "The Yellow Wake" Bud Nelson Paul Frees 07-21-50
121 "Poison" Roald Dahl, adapted by James Poe Jack Webb 07-28-50
122 "Two Came Back" Jules Archer Stacy Harris 08-04-50
123 "The Red Forest" Antony Ellis William Conrad 08-11-50
124 "The Footprint" Gouverneur Morris, adapted by Richard Chandlee Charles Davis 08-18-50
125 "Crossing Paris" Marcel Ayme, adapted by John Meston Barney Phillips 08-25-50
126 "A Sleeping Draught" Weston Martyr, adapted by Antony Ellis Ben Wright 10-01-50
127 "Roulette" Antony Ellis John Dehner 10-08-50
128 "The Power of Hammer" Antony Ellis Anne Morrison 10-15-50
129 "The Time Machine" H.G. Wells, adapted by Irving Ravetch John Dehner 10-22-50
130 "Seven Hours to Freedom" Bud Nelson Barney Phillips 10-29-50
131 "Earth Abides" Part 1 George Stewart, adapted by David Ellis John Dehner 11-05-50
132 "Earth Abides" Part 2 George Stewart, adapted by David Ellis John Dehner 11-12-50
133 "Journey into Fear" Eric Ambler, adapted by Antony Ellis Ben Wright 11-19-50
134 "Funeral Fires" Charles E. Israel Ben Wright 11-26-50
135 "This Side of Nowhere" Antony Ellis William Conrad 12-03-50
136 "A Passenger to Bali" Ellis St. Joseph, adapted by Norman Macdonnell John Dehner 12-10-50
137 "Wild Jack Rhett" Ernest Haycox, adapted by John Meston John Dehner 12-17-50
138 "The Cave" Antony Ellis John Dehner 12-24-50
139 "The Man Who Could Work Miracles" H.G. Wells, adapted by Les Crutchfield Ben Wright 12-31-50
140 "Conquest" Leonard Lee, adapted by David Ellis William Conrad 01-07-51
141 "A Bullet for Mr. Smith" Antony Ellis John Dehner 01-14-51
142 "The Killer Mine" Hammond Innis, adapted by Antony Ellis John Dehner 02-11-51
143 "The Follower" Patrick Quentin, adapted by Les Crutchfield William Conrad 02-18-51
144 "The Island" Millard Kaufman Harry Bartell 07-11-51
145 "Macao" Herb Purdum Raymond Burr 07-18-51
146 "The Earthmen" Ray Bradbury, adapted by Walter Newman Byron Kane 07-25-51
147 "The Gladiator" Millard Kaufman William Conrad 08-01-51
148 "Up Periscope" Alex Hudson, adapted by William Froug Hy Averback 08-08-51
149 "A Rough Shoot" Geoffrey Household, adapted by Arthur Ross Ben Wright 08-15-51
150 "The Silent Horror" Hugh Cave, adapted by Les Crutchfield Lou Krugman 08-22-51
151 "The Man Who Stole the Bible" John & Gwen Bagni Sam Pierce 08-29-51
152 "Gringo" E. Jack Neuman William Conrad 10-12-52
153 "The Price of the Head" John Russell, adapted by John Meston William Conrad 10-19-52
154 "Robert of Huntingdon" Adapted by Antony Ellis William Conrad 10-26-52
155 "The Running Man" Herb Purdum Vic Perrin 11-02-52
156 "The Return" Kathleen Hite Lawrence Dobkin 11-09-52
157 "The Loup-Garou" William Froug William Conrad 11-16-52
158 "Transport to Terror" William Conrad 11-23-52
159 "Pagosa" William Conrad 11-30-52
160 "Incident in Quito" Ross Murray Larry Thor 12-07-52
161 "Four Went Home" Antony Ellis William Conrad 12-14-52
162 "The Man Who Liked Dickens" Evelyn Waugh, adapted by John Meston Terry Kilburn 12-21-52
163 "Nightmare in the Sun" 12-28-52
164 "Dangerous Man" 01-04-53
165 "A Matter of Conscience" Antony Ellis John Dehner 01-18-53
166 "Conqueror's Isle" Nelson Bond, adapted by John Meston Harry Bartell 01-11-53
167 "Diary of a Madman" Les Crutchfield Ben Wright 01-25-53
168 "A Study in Wax" Antony Ellis William Conrad 02-01-53
169 "Jetsam" John Russell, adapted by Norman Macdonnell John Dehner 02-08-53
170 "Wild Jack Rhett" Ernest Haycox, adapted by John Meston John Dehner 02-15-53
171 "I Saw Myself Running" Antony Ellis Georgia Ellis 02-22-53
172 "The Tramp" Antony Ellis Ben Wright 03-01-53
173 "The Island" Millard Kaufman William Conrad 03-08-53
174 "The Man With the Steel Teeth" John Dehner Jack Kruschen 03-15-53
175 "Pressure" Richard Chandlee Larry Thor 03-22-53
176 "The Invader" Michael Gray Howard McNear 03-29-53
177 "A Sleeping Draught" Weston Martyr, adapted by Antony Ellis Ben Wright 04-05-53
178 "Classified Secret" Antony Ellis Parley Baer 04-12-53
179 "El Guitarero" E. Jack Neuman Eddie Firestone 04-19-53
180 "Derelict" Victor Schwartz, adapted by Larry Roman Charlotte Lawrence 04-26-53
181 "Lily and the Colonel" John Dehner Ben Wright 05-03-53
182 "The Vessel of Wrath" Somerset Maugham, adapted by Antony Ellis Alan Reed 05-10-53
183 "North of Polaris" Charles Smith William Conrad 05-17-53
184 "The Blue Hotel" 05-24-53
185 "A Good Thing" Kathleen Hite Jack Kruschen 05-31-53
186 "The Voyages of Sinbad" Adapted by Antony Ellis Ted de Corsia 06-07-53
187 "Clear for Action" Antony Ellis Ben Wright 06-14-53
188 "The Far Away Island" Charles Smith Ted de Corsia 06-21-53
189 "One-Eighth Apache" William Conrad 06-28-53
190 "A Source of Irritation" Stacey Aumonier, adapted by Mayer Dolinsky Ben Wright 07-05-53
191 "The Out-Station" Somerset Maugham, adapted by Antony Ellis Alistair Duncan 07-12-53
192 "Open Boat" Stephen Crane, adapted by E. Jack Neuman Bob Sweeney 07-19-53
193 "The Notebook" William J. Radcliff John Dehner 07-26-53
194 "The Red Forest" Antony Ellis William Conrad 08-02-53
195 "Three Skeleton Key" George Toudouze, adapted by James Poe Ben Wright 08-09-53
196 "The Thirteenth Trunk" Cecil Carnes, adapted by Gus Bayz Alec Harford 08-16-53
197 "The Man from Tomorrow" Irving Reis, adapted by Antony Ellis Lawrence Dobkin 08-23-53
198 "The Game" Antony Ellis 08-30-53
199 "Train from Olbiefelde" Ross Murray William Conrad 09-06-53
200 "The Abominable Snowman" Antony Ellis William Conrad 09-13-53
201 "The Log" Marianne Mosner, adapted by Antony Ellis James Nusser 09-20-53
202 "The Untouchable" James Henderson John Dehner 09-27-53
203 "Zero Hour" Ray Bradbury, adapted by Antony Ellis Eve McVeagh 10-04-53
204 "Elementals" Stephen Vincent Benet, adapted by Meyer Dolinsky William Conrad 10-11-53
205 "The Bird of Paradise" John Russell, adapted by John Meston John Dehner 03-11-54
206 "Violent Night" Les Crutchfield William Conrad 03-18-54
207 "The Second Shot" Alexandre Dumas, adapted by Les Crutchfield John Dehner 03-25-54
208 "The Return" Kathleen Hite Lawrence Dobkin 04-01-54
209 "The Scarlet Plague" Jack London, adapted by Les Crutchfield Barney Phillips 04-08-54
210 "Affair at Mandrake" Ben Wright Ben Wright 04-15-54
211 "The Adversary" John Russell, adapted by Norman Macdonnell Lawrence Dobkin 05-06-54
212 "An Ordinary Man" Kathleen Hite Lawrence Dobkin 06-03-54
213 "Benchillina and the Fisherman" John Dehner John Dehner 06-10-54
214 "Blood Waters" Tony Barrett Tony Barrett 06-17-54
215 "Judgment Day at Crippled Deer" Les Crutchfield Lawrence Dobkin 06-24-54
216 "The Dark Wall" Kathleen Hite John Dehner 07-01-54
217 "The Birds" Daphne du Maurier, adapted by Robert Wright Paul Frees 07-10-54
218 "The Eye of Evil" Kathleen Hite John Dehner 07-17-54
219 "Flood on the Goodwins" David Devine, adapted by James Poe Vic Perrin 07-24-54
220 "Night of the Guns" David Friedkin & Morton Fine Herb Ellis 07-31-54
221 "The Price of the Head" John Russell, adapted by John Meston Ben Wright 08-07-54
222 "The Coward" E. Jack Neuman Barney Phillips 08-14-54
223 "Two and Two Make Four" Walter Newman Shepard Menken 08-21-54
224 "The King of Owanatu" Robert Tallman Tony Barrett 08-28-54
225 "The Boiling Sea" Vincent McHugh, adapted by John Dunkel Clayton Post 09-04-54
226 "Carnival in Vienna" Morton Fine & David Friedkin Barney Phillips 09-11-54
227 "The Target" Tony Barrett Edgar Barrier 09-18-54
228 "The Heart of Kali" Ross Murray Paul Richards 09-25-54

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "New Escapologist". New Escapologist. Retrieved 2010-09-09. 

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