Arch Oboler's Plays

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


96513. Arch Oboler's Plays. April 15, 1939. Blue Network. "Three Plays Of The Ways Of Men". Sustaining. 10:00 P.M. Three stories of the past ("Memorium"), present ("Sole Survivors") and future ("Humbug"). Each drama has a strong anti-war theme. "Memorium" was heard previously on "Arch Oboler's Plays" on June 3, 1939. Arch Oboler (writer), William Johnstone, Jackie Kelk, Ray Collins, Raymond Edward Johnson. 27:55. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Apparently complete.

84174. Arch Oboler's Plays. May 20, 1939. Blue Network. "Crazytown". Sustaining. Two (presumably) Italian aviators crash after a bombing mission. They find themselves imprisoned in a "crazy town." 'In a community were all men are mad, no one is mad." A strong anti-fascist, anti-war drama. Edmond O'Brien, Arch Oboler (writer), Charlotte Manson, John Brown, Paul Stewart, Betty Kane. 28:57. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

43579. Arch Oboler's Plays. July 29, 1939. Blue Network. "Another World". Sustaining. An eerie story about a woman's battle with the voice inside her...trying to take over her body! The story is also known as, "The Voice Within Me." The story was previously heard on this program on May 27, 1939. Arch Oboler, Arnold Moss, Betty Garde, Frank Lovejoy, Gilbert Mack, Hester Sondergaard, John Brown. 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

59434. Arch Oboler's Plays. September 16, 1939. Blue Network. "Suffer Little Children". Sustaining. A woman aboard an ocean liner meets four little children escaping to freedom from Hitler's Europe. The story is complete, but the program is not. The program possibly consisted of three stories (the other two being "Finale" and "I Do"). Not everyone listed in the credits below appear in this excerpt. Leith Stevens (composer, conductor), Raymond Edward Johnson (announcer), Betty Caine, Jack Grimes, Mae Grimes, Jackie Kelk, Katharine Hepburn, Arch Oboler (writer), Robert Readick, Ed Latimer, Adelaide Klein, George Wallach. 12:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97102. Arch Oboler's Plays. November 18, 1939. Blue Network. "Bathysphere". Sustaining. George Zucco, Hans Conried, Arch Oboler (writer). 29:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent audio. Complete.

104505. Arch Oboler's Plays. November 25, 1939. NBC net. "Mirage". Sustaining. A good story about an old man who writes in the sand at night. He writes the dates on which people are going to die. The script was subsequently heard on "Lights Out" on September 21, 1943 (see cat. #77944). It was hear previously on, "Arch Oboler's Plays" on April 1, 1939 and subsequently on September 6, 1945 and December 19, 1964 (see cat. #16887). Arch Oboler (writer, producer, director, host), Nan Sunderland, Edmond MacDonald. 29:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

97103. Arch Oboler's Plays. December 16, 1939. Blue Network. "Nobody Died". Sustaining. The discovery of a formula that reverses the aging process. Should the idea be turned over to the army? A beautiful radio conclusion. Wll-done! The program might have also been broadcast on December 9, 1939. Peter Lorre was listed as appearing on this broadcast. Jay Novello, Arch Oboler (writer), Verna Felton, Lurene Tuttle, Elliott Lewis, James Eagles. 29:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

23426. Arch Oboler's Plays. December 30, 1939. Blue Network. "This Precious Freedom". Sustaining. After thirty-years on the job, a man is laid off at the factory. A well-written radio sound picture of a man's life going from good to bad to worse. The program was rebroadcast on, "Same Time, Same Station (see cat. #18228). Arch Oboler (writer), Lou Merrill, Elliott Lewis, Jane Morgan. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

59433. Arch Oboler's Plays. January 27, 1940. Blue Network. "The Day The Sun Exploded". Sustaining. A terrible catastrophe strikes the planet, just as mankind achieves world peace. The drama is complete, but it is one of three on the program. The two stories not heard are "Back To The Indians" and "The Laughing Man." Arch Oboler (writer). 12:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

23427. Arch Oboler's Plays. March 9, 1940. Blue Network. "Johnny Got His Gun". Sustaining. A dramatization of the superb, shocking best-seller about the legless, armless, blind, deaf and dumb war veteran. An eloquent anti-war statement, Cagney was never better on the air. Dalton Trumbo (author), Arch Oboler (adaptor, producer, director), James Cagney, Gordon Jenkins (composer, conductor), Verna Felton. 30:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

23428. Arch Oboler's Plays. March 16, 1940. Blue Network. "The Most Dangerous Game". Sustaining. The classic story about the tropical island and a hunt for the most dangerous game of all. Arch Oboler (adaptor), Ronald Colman, Sophie Stewart, Jay Novello, Gordon Jenkins (composer, conductor), Richard Connell (author). 30:28. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

59444. Arch Oboler's Plays. April 5, 1945. Program #1. Mutual net. "Strange Morning". Sustaining. An excellent drama about a nurse who tells a ward filled with wounded soldiers that Germany has surrendered. The program name and date above are subject to correction. The first show of a 26 broadcast series. Arch Oboler (writer, director, host), Gordon Jenkins (composer), Sylvan Levin (conductor), Charlotte Holland, Mason Adams, Maurice Ellis, Larry Haines, Lamont Johnson, Joseph Julian, Paul Mann, Luis Van Rooten. 29:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11281. Arch Oboler's Plays. April 26, 1945. Program #3. Mutual net. "The House I Live In". Sustaining. A man's son is in a Japanese prison camp, and the neighborhood doesn't seem the same. Program #3 of a series of twenty-six. Arch Oboler (writer, host), Raymond Massey, Mercedes McCambridge, Hester Sondergaard, Ann Shephard, Alfred Ryder, Sylvan Levin (conductor). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

23438. Arch Oboler's Plays. May 3, 1945. Program #4. Mutual net. "Love, Love, Love". Sustaining. An episodic look at the institution of Love. The 4th of a 26 program series. Lurene Tuttle, Carleton Young, Cathy Lewis, Arch Oboler (host, writer), Bruce Elliott, Jane Morgan, Betty Rubin, Nanette Balbot, Lisa Goan, Joseph Granby, Frank Martin, Lou Merrill, Roseanne Murray, Irene Tedrow, Truda Marson, David Ratson (? composer, conductor), Raymond Lawrence. 29:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

23431. Arch Oboler's Plays. May 10, 1945. Program #5. Mutual net. "Holiday 194X". Sustaining. An American family boards the first boat for Europe after the war ends, for a specific purpose. Fine radio. Program #5 of a series of 26 broadcasts. Arch Oboler, Gordon Jenkins (music), Albert Sack (conductor), Bea Benaderet, Norman Field, Lou Merrill, Irene Tedrow, Mary Jane Croft, Bruce Elliott, Bill Christy, Rhoda Elaine, Joseph Granby, Raymond Severn. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

23432. Arch Oboler's Plays. May 17, 1945. Program #6. Mutual net. "Mr. Ten Percent". Sustaining. A good story about a Hollywood agent who finally finds a movie star to manage...and how he contributed $1 million dollars to the war effort! Program #6 of a series of 26 broadcasts. Lee Cobb had been announced as playing the lead. Mary Jane Croft, Bob Bailey, Earle Ross, Harry Lang, Everett Allen, Arch Oboler (writer), Bruce Elliott, Roseanne Murray, Evelyn Scott, David Raskin (composer, conductor). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

97104. Arch Oboler's Plays. May 24, 1945. Program #7. Blue Network. "An Exercise In Horror" "A Peculiar Comedy". Sustaining. Complaining that there have been no horror stories on the series thus far, Peter convinces Arch Oboler to "cause goose bumps on a bowling ball." The 7th program of a 26 broadcast series. Peter Lorre, Arch Oboler (writer, performer), Bruce Elliott, Theodore Von Eltz, Will Wright, Bill Christy, George Sorel, Francis Pasco, Victor Rodman, Harry Lang, Frank Martin, Winifred Wolfe, Lisa Goan, Jane Morgan, Bill Shaw, David Ratson (composer, conductor), Jack Snell (sound), Bill James (sound), Norman Smith. 28:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

23433. Arch Oboler's Plays. May 31, 1945. Program #8. Mutual net. "Ostrich In Bed," "Report To My Relatives". Sustaining. Two comedies about a couple plagued by a large bird in the bedroom, and the army career of a gent from Brooklyn. Program #8 of a series of 26 broadcasts. Arch Oboler (host), Wally Maher, Mary Jane Croft, Earle Ross, Bruce Elliott, Gordon Jenkins (music), Albert Sack (conductor). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

11282. Arch Oboler's Plays. June 7, 1945. Program #9. Mutual net. "Night". Sustaining. An excellent, beautiful radio montage in the central theme of "night." Program #9 of a seriers of 26 broadcasts. Arch Oboler, Barney James, Bruce Elliott (narrator), David Raxon and His Orchestra, Dorothy Scott, Edmond MacDonald, Everett Allen, Frank Martin (announcer), Gloria Blondell, Griff Barnett (Swan Soap commercial), Joseph Granby, Roseanne Murray, Theodore Von Eltz, Therese Lyon. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

23434. Arch Oboler's Plays. June 14, 1945. Program #10. Mutual net. "Mr. Pyle". Sustaining. A sound portrait of Ernie Pyle, chronologist of the dog-face. Well-done. Progvram #10 of a series of 26 broadcasts. Arch Oboler, Burgess Meredith, Frank Martin, Bruce Elliott, Marvin Best (announcer). 29:55. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

23435. Arch Oboler's Plays. June 21, 1945. Program #11. Mutual net. "The Naked Mountain". Sustaining. A melodrama about two Spanish war orphans who sabotage the jeep being driven by an American officer. "Good" propaganda for Spanish War Relief. The 11th of a series of 26 broadcasts. Arch Oboler (writer, producer, director, narrator), Franchot Tone, Lurene Tuttle, Tommy Cook, Joel Davis. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

23436. Arch Oboler's Plays. June 28, 1945. Program #12. Mutual net. "The Truth". Sustaining. A thoughtful story about a scientist who puzzles after the ultimate source of cosmic rays and eventually discovers, "The Truth." The 12th of a series of 26 broadcasts. The story was previous heard on the program on April 8, 1939. Edmund Gwenn, Roseanne Murray, Bruce Elliott, Antony Ellis, Gordon Jenkins, Jack Meighan, Arch Oboler. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

17012. Arch Oboler's Plays. July 5, 1945. Program #13. Mutual net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. "Dr. Bluff". A doctor develops the knack of reading people's minds, and discovers that they have a pretty low opinion of him. AFRSTS program name: "Playhouse 25." The 13th of a series of 26 broadcasts. Arch Oboler (writer), Morris Carnovsky, Mary Jane Croft, Gloria Blondell. 25 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

41809. Arch Oboler's Plays. July 12, 1945. Program #14. Mutual net, WCPO, Cincinnati aircheck. "A Gallery Of Big Shots...Feminine Big Shots". Sustaining. Six portraits of the female of the species. Program #14 of a series of twenty-six broadcasts. This is a network version of cat. #17004. Lurene Tuttle, Mary Jane Croft, Jane Morgan, Barbara Eiler, Lynn Whitney, Helga Moray, Louise Erickson (doubles), Dorothy Scott, Jack Meakin (music), Arch Oboler (producer, director, host), Elliott Lewis (suggestor, performer). 29:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

17004. Arch Oboler's Plays. July 12, 1945. Program #14. Mutual net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. "A Gallery Of Big Shots...Feminine Big Shots". A satirical look at several portraits of some of life's pains in the neck. People with inflated opinions of themselves. Program name: "Playhouse 25." See cat. #41809 for a network version of this broadcast. Arch Oboler (producer, director, host), Mary Jane Croft, Barbara Eiler, Jane Morgan, Dorothy Scott, Lurene Tuttle, Lynn Whitney, Louise Erickson (doubles), Jack Meakin (music), Elliott Lewis (suggestor, performer). 25 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

41810. Arch Oboler's Plays. July 19, 1945. Program #15. Mutual net, WCPO, Cincinnati aircheck. "Special To Hollywood". Sustaining. The story of a plane suspended in mid-air. The script was previously used on "Everyman's Theatre" on February 7, 1941 (see cat. #77934) and subsequently on "Arch Oboler's Plays" on October 17, 1964 (see cat. #11287) and on February 3, 1940. Program #15 of a series of twenty-six broadcasts. Gale Page, Theodore Von Eltz, Hans Max, Lou Merrill, Gordon Jenkins (composer), Arch Oboler, Bruce Elliott. 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

23437. Arch Oboler's Plays. July 26, 1945. Program #16. Mutual net. "My Chicago". Sustaining. A well-written, amusing look over a young Chicago boy's shoulder, as he writes a description of his city to a Chinese pen-pal. The 16th of a series of 26 broadcasts. Tommy Cook, Cathy Lewis, Bea Benaderet, Arch Oboler (writer, producer, director), Joseph Gilbert, Truda Marson, Eddie McCambridge, Evelyn Scott, Jack Meakin (composer, conductor). 29:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41808. Arch Oboler's Plays. August 2, 1945. Program #17. Mutual net, WCPO, Cincinnati aircheck. "The Parade". Sustaining. A great radio drama about a little girl at a victory parade...of sorts. The program is introduced by Arch Oboler and is dedicated to the 38th Army Air Forces. Program #17 of a series of twenty-six broadcasts. Arch Oboler (writer, host), Van Heflin, Dawn Bender, Jane Morgan, Olive Deering, Jack Meakin (conductor), Dawn Bender, Elliott Lewis, Art Fulton (sound), Bill James (sound), Frank Lovejoy. 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

23502. Arch Oboler's Plays. August 9, 1945. Program #18. Mutual net. "History Of A Mug". Sustaining. An old Italian immigrant woman tells the story of her son's life...standing by his grave. Very well-written and superbly performed by Bea Benaderet. The 18th program of a series of 26 broadcasts. Arch Oboler (writer, director, producer), Bea Benaderet, Elliott Lewis, John Alden, Leo Cleary, Gerald Mohr, Jay Novello, Roseanne Murray, Dorothy Scott, Theodore Von Eltz. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

97105. Arch Oboler's Plays. August 16, 1945. Program #19. Blue Network. "Lust For Life". Sustaining. An "impressionistic" sound biography of Vincent Van Gogh. The 19th of a series of 26 broadcasts. The script was used earlier in the series as program #2 (April 19, 1945). The performers on this program are from, "The Actor's Laboratory Of Hollywood." Arch Oboler (adaptor, host), Irving Stone (author), David Ratson (? composer, conductor), Martin Gabel, Morris Carnovsky, Helen Beverly, Lloyd Bridges, Roman Bonin (?), J. Edward Baumberg, Hugo Haas, Ruth Nelson, Phil Brown, William White. 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

23439. Arch Oboler's Plays. August 23, 1945. Program #20. Mutual net. "Three Short Plays About Children". Sustaining. "I Do," "Facts Of Men" and "Baby." The 20th program of a series of 26 broadcasts. The program was pre-empted on August 30, 1945. Frank Martin, Lurene Tuttle, Mary Lansing, Olive Deering, Arch Oboler (writer), Henry Standish. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

65739. Arch Oboler's Plays. September 6, 1945. Program #21. Mutual-Don Lee net. "Mirage". Sustaining. A good story about an old man who writes in the sand at night the dates people are going to die. Then script was previously used on "Lights Out" on September 21, 1943 (see cat. #77944), on "Arch Oboler's Plays" on April 1, 1939 and November 25, 1939 and subsequently on December 19, 1964 (see cat. #16887). Next week's story is announced as "Profits Unlimited" (which also be known as "Efficiency Island"). The 21st program of a series of 26 broadcasts. Raymond Edward Johnson, Joan Blaine, Arch Oboler (writer, producer, director). 29:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

23429. Arch Oboler's Plays. September 13, 1945. Program #22. Mutual net. "A Gallery Of Big Shots...Masculine". Sustaining. A half dozen portraits of pomposity, human nature in the raw. The program may be dated April 5, 1945. The 22nd program of a series of 26 broadcasts. Alan Hewitt, Arch Oboler, Cathy Lewis, Elliott Lewis, Griff Barnett, Jane Morgan, Lou Merrill, William Johnstone, Sidney Miller, Elga Moret, Theodore Von Eltz. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

5583. Arch Oboler's Plays. September 20, 1945. Program #23. Mutual net. "Rocket From Manhattan". Sustaining. 10:00 P.M. (Eastern time). The 23rd show of a series of 26 broadcasts. A masterfully written story about the final destruction of the world because of Man's folly and the "Bomb." The story takes place in the year 2000. Arch Oboler (host, writer), Ervin Lee, Elliott Lewis, Lou Merrill, Jack Meakin (composer, conductor), Jack Snell (sound), Bill James (sound), Mischa Peltz (engineer). 29:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

92426. Arch Oboler's Plays. September 27, 1945. Program #58. Mutual net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. "The Family Nagachi". Ben Nagashi, formerly of the U. S. Army, is back home. See cat. #52076 for a network broadcast of this program. AFRS program name: "This Is The Story." Howard Duff (AFRS announcer), Alan Hewitt, Barbara Eiler, Arch Oboler (writer), Bill Shaw, Elliott Lewis, Harry Tanoway, Jack Meakin (music), Joseph Granby, Lou Merrill, Lynn Whitney, Mary Jane Croft, Norman Field, Tommy Cook, William Johnstone. 24:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52076. Arch Oboler's Plays. September 27, 1945. Program #24. Mutual net. "The Family Nagachi". Sustaining. A well-written story about a Japanese family in California just after the end of World War II. The program closing has been deleted. See cat. #92426 for a rebroadcast on, "This Is The Story." The 24th of a series of 26 broadcasts. Alan Hewitt, Arch Oboler (writer), Barbara Eiler, Bill Shaw, Dick Wynn (announcer ? Win), Elliott Lewis, Harry Tanoway, Jack Meakin (music), Joseph Granby, Lou Merrill, Lynn Whitney, Mary Jane Croft, Norman Field, Tommy Cook, William Johnstone. 27:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

41907. Arch Oboler's Plays. October 4, 1945. Program #25. Mutual net. "Mr. Miller". Sustaining. A prize fight manager, played by Eddie Cantor, finally lands the ideal boxer, a man who could be the champ! Program #25 of a series of 26 bnroadcasts. Elliott Lewis, Julian Upton, William Johnstone, Irvin Lee, Lou Merrill, Sidney Miller, Jack Meakin (conductor), Eddie Cantor, Arch Oboler (host), Howard Duff, Leo Cleary, Lester Jay. 29:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41908. Arch Oboler's Plays. October 11, 1945. Program #26. Mutual net. "This Living Book". Sustaining. The program was originally titled, "I Declare War." The last show of a series of 26 programs; a rival of Norman Corwin's similar series on CBS. An anti-war plea. Paul Muni, Elliott Lewis, Barbara Eiler, William Johnstone, Tommy Cook, Theodore Von Eltz, Lou Merrill, Irvin Lee, Jack Edwards Jr., Mary Lansing, Bill Shaw, Gordon Shaw (composer), Jack Meakin (conductor), Arch Oboler. 28:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11284. Arch Oboler's Plays. July 26, 1964. Syndicated, AFRTS rebroadcast. "The Word". The last couple on Earth descend from the Empire State Building. The first show of the last series of, "Arch Oboler's Plays." The program was also heard on Arch Oboler's Plays" on May 27, 1939 and on October 14, 1939. Arch Oboler (writer, host). 27:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39851. Arch Oboler's Plays. October 5, 1964. Syndicated, AFRTS rebroadcast. "Revolt Of The Worms". Commercials added locally. Take one mad scientist, add experimental hormones, and get some giant, slimey worms. The story is complete, the closing has been deleted. Arch Oboler. 18:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

11288. Arch Oboler's Plays. October 24, 1964. Syndicated, AFRTS rebroadcast. "The Day Sinatra Got Fat". Mysterious green stuff from outer space makes the entire human race grow fat as pigs...literally. Arch Oboler (writer, host, producer, director), Jack Kruschen. 23:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11287. Arch Oboler's Plays. October 24, 1964. Syndicated, AFRTS rebroadcast. "Special To Hollywood". A dissolute Hollywood starlet and her press agents are flying in a chartered plane when the engines stop, but the plane remains suspended in mid-air. The script was used previously on "Arch Oboler's Plays" on February 3, 1940, July 19, 1945 (see cat. #41810) and February 7, 1941 on "Lights Out" (see cat. #77934). Arch Oboler (writer, host, producer, director), Gloria Blondell, Alan Reed, Chester Stratton. 23:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11289. Arch Oboler's Plays. November 14, 1964. Syndicated, AFRTS rebroadcast. "Big Ben". A cranky mantel clock is the god a native chief prays to while waiting to kill a baby. Arch Oboler (writer, host, producer, director), Virginia Gregg. 23:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11276. Arch Oboler's Plays. November 21, 1964. Program #22. Syndicated, AFRTS rebroadcast. "Rocket From Manhattan". The end of the world, with a bang, not a whimper. This program may be part of "The Devil and Mr. O." series. Arch Oboler (writer, host). 25 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

11290. Arch Oboler's Plays. November 28, 1964. Syndicated, AFRTS rebroadcast. "African Story". An English Lord returns to Africa to commit murder. Arch Oboler (writer, host, producer, director), Lurene Tuttle, Ben Wright. 23:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16886. Arch Oboler's Plays. December 12, 1964. Syndicated, AFRTS rebroadcast. "Bathyshpere". Oboler introduces a story about a figurehead and a fool stranded at the bottom of the sea. The series is also known as "Arch Oboler Presents." Tommy Cook, Harold Peary, Ty Dee (?), Bud Tollefson (? sound), Dave Diller (engineer), Arch Oboler (writer, host, producer, director), Byron Kane (announcer), Joe Leahy (music). 25 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

16887. Arch Oboler's Plays. December 19, 1964. CBS net. "Mirage". A good story about an old man who writes in the sand at night. He writes the date people are going to die. Also known as "Arch Oboler Presents." The script was previously used on the program on April 13, 1945, November 25, 1939 (see cat. #10450), September 5, 1945 (see cat. #65739) and on Lights Out on September 21, 1943 (see cat. #77943). Next week's story is announced as, "Him Or Me." Arch Oboler (writer, host), Virginia Gregg, Jack Kruschen, Byron Kane (announcer), Bud Tollefson (sound), Dave Diller (engineer), Joe Leahy (music). 23:30. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

11283. Arch Oboler's Plays. December 26, 1964. Syndicated, AFRTS rebroadcast. "Him Or Me". Commercials added locally. A battle to the death between a man and a rat. The program closing has been deleted, the story is complete. The last show of the series. Arch Oboler (writer, host). 20 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

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