Dimension X

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.


142. Dimension X. April 8, 1950. NBC net. "The Outer Limit". Sustaining. A warning to mankind from a superior race. The story was subsequently broadcast on "Dimension X" on September 8, 1950 (see cat. #39839), on "X Minus One" on November 16, 1955 (see cat. #35293), on "Suspense" on February 15, 1954 (see cat. #46759) and on March 17, 1957 (see cat. #16403). The script was also used on "Escape" on February 7, 1950 (see cat. #7269), on "Beyond Tomorrow" on April 13, 1950 (see cat. #11138) and "Beyond This World" on February 23, 1950 (see cat. #11135). A similar script was used on "Your Movietown Radio Theatre" on december 17, 1947 (see cat. #77349). Albert Buhrman (music), Edward King (director), Ernest Kinoy (adaptor), Graham Doar (author), Joe DeSantis, Joseph Julian, Norman Rose (host), Sam Monroe (sound design), Van Woodward (producer), Bob Warren (announcer), Fred Collins (announcer). 28:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

3811. Dimension X. April 15, 1950. NBC net. "With Folded Hands". Sustaining. The perfect "mechanicals" from another planet make humans unnecessary, and they are always "at your service." The script was used subsequently on "Future Tense" on May 28, 1974 (see cat. #13269). Philip Bourneuf, Peter Capell, Bryna Raeburn, Alexander Scourby, Jack Williamson (author), John Dunkel (adaptor), Van Woodward (producer), Norman Rose (host), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: High fidelity. Complete.

3812. Dimension X. April 22, 1950. NBC net. "Report On The Barnhouse Effect". Sustaining. A mild college professor discovers the secret of telekinesis and becomes a most potent weapon. William Quinn, Edwin Jerome, Karl Weber, Kurt Vonnegut Jr. (author), Norman Rose (host), Clarice A. Ross (adaptor), Van Woodward (producer), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer), Santos Ortega, Bob Hastings, Bryna Raeburn, Bill Chambers (engineer), Albert Buhrman (music). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: High fidelity. Complete.

39840. Dimension X. April 29, 1950. NBC net. "No Contact". Sustaining. A story about "Space Blues" and the "Galactic Barrier." The script was subsequently used on "Dimension X" on October 29, 1950 (see cat. #39680), on "X Minus One" on April 24, 1955 (see cat. #136), and on "The Chase" on December 28, 1952 (see cat. #54671). The "X Minus One" program was rebroadcast on "Monitor" during May, 1974. George Lefferts (writer, adaptor), Wendell Holmes, Lawson Zerbe, John McGovern, Norman Rose (host), Ernest Kinoy (writer), Van Woodward (producer), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer). 24:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

3813. Dimension X. May 6, 1950. NBC net. "Knock". Sustaining. The last man on Earth sat in a room, there was a knock on the door. The script was subsequently used on "X Minus One" on May 22, 1955 (see cat. #39848). The "X Minus One" program was rebroadcast on "Monitor" during July, 1974. Norman Rose (host), Bob Warren (anouncer), Edward King (director), Albert Buhrman (music), Bill Chambers (engineer), Arnold Moss, Luis Van Rooten, Joan Alexander, Frederic Brown (author), Ernest Kinoy (adaptor), Van Woodward (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

3814. Dimension X. May 13, 1950. NBC net. "Almost Human". Sustaining. A large, powerful robot trained for killing, develops a sense of good and evil. The script was subsequently used on "X Minus One" on August 11, 1955 (see cat.#43257) The program was rebroadcast on "Monitor" during August, 1974. Santos Ortega, Rita Lynn, Jack Grimes, Robert Bloch (author), George Lefferts (adaptor), Van Woodward (producer), Norman Rose (host), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer), Bill Chambers (engineer), Albert Buhrman (music). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: High fidelity. Complete.

3815. Dimension X. May 20, 1950. NBC net. "The Lost Race". Sustaining. A space ship, marooned on an alien planet, is menaced by a psychotic rocket mechanic. He leads them to discover the terrible secret of the "lost race." Joseph Julian, Matt Crowley, Murray Leinster (author), Roger De Koven, Ernest Kinoy (adaptor), Norman Rose (host), Van Woodward (producer), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer), Harold Huber, Kermit Murdock, Wendell Holmes, Albert Buhrman (music), Bill Chambers (sound engineer). 29:44. Audio condition: High fidelity. Complete.

3816. Dimension X. May 27, 1950. NBC net. "To The Future". Sustaining. A couple from the future escapes back to 1950 to avoid the horrors of war in their time. The "searchers" are sent to bring them back. The script was used subsequently on "X Minus One" on December 14, 1955 (see cat. #16917). Don Abbott (engineer), Van Woodward (producer), Ray Bradbury (author), John Larkin, Jan Miner, Ernest Kinoy (adaptor), Albert Buhrman (music), Edward King (director), Norman Rose (host), Bob Warren (announcer), Guy Repp, Peter Capell, Staats Cotsworth. 29:48. Audio condition: High fidelity. Complete.

3817. Dimension X. June 3, 1950. NBC net. "The Embassy". Sustaining. A strange man hires a private detective to find the Martian Embassy, which is hidden somewhere in New York. Joe DeSantis (?), Don Abbott (engineer), Albert Buhrman (music), Donald Wollheim (author), George Lefferts (adaptor), Joseph Julian, Berry Kroeger, Van Woodward (producer), Norman Rose (host), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer), Dan Ocko, John McGovern, Elaine Rost, Bryna Raeburn, Joseph Boland. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: High fidelity. Complete.

3818. Dimension X. June 17, 1950. NBC net. "There Will Come Soft Rains," "Zero Hour". Sustaining. 8:00 P. M. Two stories: one about the death of the house of the future. The other tells the story of the coming of "Drill" and the game of Invasion." Both these stories were subsequently produced on "Escape on October 4, 1953 (see cat. #48220), on "X Minus One" on December 5, 1956 (see cat. #1099). The "X Minus One" program was rebroadcast on "Monitor" during June, 1973. "Zero Hour" was also produced on "Suspense" on April 5, 1955 (see cat. #16388 and #76073) and May 18, 1958 (see cat. #16427) and on "Future Tense" on May 9, 1974 (see cat. #13271). Agnes Young, Butch Cavell, Denise Alexander, Norman Rose (host), Peter Lazer, Ray Bradbury (author), Rita Lynn, Roger De Koven, William Griffis, George Lefferts (adaptor), Van Woodward (producer), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer), Albert Buhrman (music), Don Abbott (engineer). 29:38. Audio condition: High fidelity. Complete.

39657. Dimension X. June 24, 1950. NBC net. "Destination Moon". Sustaining. The story is adapted from the George Pal movie of the same name. The story of the first expedition to the moon. The program is interrupted after eighteen minutes for a news bulletin announcing that North Korea has declared war on and has invaded South Korea. The closing credits have been deleted. Robert Heinlein (author), Wendell Holmes, Ralph Bell, Santos Ortega, Van Woodward (producer), Norman Rose (host), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer), Roger De Koven, Ralph Bell. 28:49. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

54685. Dimension X. July 1, 1950. NBC net. "A Logic Named Joe". Sustaining. The program is preceded by a bulletin about the fighting in Korea. Do you want to know how to do anything? Just ask your Logic! The script was used subsequently on December 28, 1955 (see cat. #137). Albert Buhrman (music), Bob Warren (announcer), Clarice A. Ross (adaptor), Don Albert (engineer), Edward King (director), Joseph Julian, Murray Leinster (author), Norman Rose (host), Roger De Koven, Van Woodward (producer), Fred Collins (announcer), David Anderson, John McGovern, Joseph Boland, Adelaide Klein. 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39679. Dimension X. July 7, 1950. NBC net. "Mars Is Heaven". Sponsored by: Wheaties. The story of what happened when mankind first landed on Mars, on April 20, 1987. Ed Prentiss interviews Luke Appling during one of the commercials, Joel McCrea is heard on another commercial. The script was previously used on June 2, 1950 (see cat. #24307). The script was subsequently used on "Demension X" on January 1, 1951 (see cat. #54686), on "X Minus One" on May 8, 1955 (see cat. #1097 and #12027) and on "Future Tense" during July, 1976 (see cat. #23800). The "X Minus One" program was rebroadcast on "Monitor" during September, 1973. Bill Lipton, William Zuckert, Bob Warren (announcer), Cameron Prud'Homme, Charme Allen, Ed Prentiss, Ethel Everett, Frank Martin (commercial spokesman), Joel McCrea (guest), Joseph Julian, Luke Appling, Peter Capell, Ray Bradbury (author), Wendell Holmes, William Griffis, Ernest Kinoy (adaptor), Van Woodward (producer), Edward King (director), Ed Prentiss (commercial spokesman). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

3819. Dimension X. July 14, 1950. NBC net. "The Man In The Moon". Sponsored by: Wheaties. A colony on the far side of the moon is planning an invasion of the Earth. The script was subsequently used on "X Minus One" on May 29, 1955 (see cat. #43410), and on "Future tense" during July, 1976 (see cat. #23797). The "X Minus One" program was rebroadcast on "Monitor" during April, 1974. Luis Van Rooten, Santos Ortega, George Lefferts (writer), Van Woodward (producer), Norman Rose (host), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer), Raymond Edward Johnson, Joe DeSantis, Larry Haines, Arthur Gary (announcer), Frank Martin (commercial spokesman). 29:28. Audio condition: High fidelity. Complete.

39665. Dimension X. July 21, 1950. NBC net. "Beyond Infinity". Sponsored by: Wheaties. A well-written, mind-boggling story about a couple who shrink to atomic size and land on the electron planet of an atomic solar system. This is a quality upgrade, sponsored, more complete version of cat. #16914. Two commercials and the closing have been deleted, the story is complete. Leon Janney, Albert Buhrman (music), Gregory Morton, Norman Rose (host), Villiers Gerson (author), Les Damon, Lotte Stavisky, E. A. Krumschmidt, Joe DeSantis, Van Woodward (producer), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer), William Keene. 25:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

16914. Dimension X. July 21, 1950. NBC net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. "Beyond Infinity". A well-written, mind-boggling story about a couple who shrink to atomic size and land on the electron planet of an atomic solar system. The body of show only, the open/close have been deleted. See cat. #39665 for a quality upgrade, more complete, network, sponsored version. AFRTS program name: "Mystery Theatre." Norman Rose (host), Van Woodward (producer), Edward King (director), Joe DeSantis, Vidiers Gearson (author), Les Damon, Lotte Stavisky, E. A. Krumschmidt, William Keene, Gregory Morton, Leon Janney, Bob Warren (announcer). 23:04. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

39666. Dimension X. July 28, 1950. NBC net. "The Potters Of Firsk". Sponsored by: Wheaties. On a far distant planet, controlled by the planet Earth, the inhabitants of the remote village of Firsk make the most unusual pottery. The middle commercial features Ed Prentiss interviewing Luke Appling of The Chicago White Sox. Jack Vance (author), Ernest Kinoy (adaptor), Karl Weber, Wendell Holmes, Raymond Edward Johnson, Ed Prentiss, Luke Appling, Norman Rose (host), Van Woodward (producer), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer). 27:49. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Apparently complete.

39841. Dimension X. August 4, 1950. NBC net. "Pyrigi's Wonderful Dolls". Commercials deleted. The story of the little dolls with the big ideas. The program closing has been deleted. The script was subsequently used on "X Minus One" on June 5, 1955 (see cat. #1096 and #11098) and on January 18, 1956 (see cat. #12026). The "X Minus One" program was rebroadcast on "Monitor" during August, 1973. George Lefferts (writer), Les Damon, Joan Alexander, Denise Alexander, Joe DeSantis, Leon Janney, Norman Rose (host), Van Woodward (producer), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer). 26:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

143. Dimension X. August 11, 1950. NBC net. "The Castaways". Sponsored by: Wheaties. General Gadosh has his problems on Tahani Atoll. First the natives commit suicide rather than leave the island, and then the A-Bomb fails to go off! The script was subsequently used on "X Minus One" on September 15, 1955 (see cat. #47522) and November 28, 1956 (see cat. #16916). Albert Buhrman (music), Bill Chambers (engineer), Ernest Kinoy (writer, adaptor), Frank Martin (commercial spokesman), George Lefferts (writer), Gregory Morton, Jack Kuney (director), Joe Parker (Wheaties commercial), Norman Rose (host), Santos Ortega, Van Woodward (producer), Jack Kuney (director), Dan Ocko. 29:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39654. Dimension X. August 18, 1950. NBC net. "The Martian Chronicles". Sponsored by: Wheaties. Stories about the colonization of Mars. Donald Buka, Ernest Kinoy (adaptor), Inge Adams, Norman Rose (host), Ray Bradbury (author), Roger De Koven (doubles), Van Woodward (producer), Jack Kuney (director), Bob Warren (announcer), David Anderson, Ian Martin, Jan Miner, George Lefferts (adaptor), Albert Buhrman (music), Bill Chambers (engineer). 29:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39847. Dimension X. August 25, 1950. NBC net. "The Parade". Sponsored by: Wheaties. The program closing has been deleted after the cast credits. A genuine Martian hires an advertising agency to publicize a parade. The Martians are coming! The script was subsequently used on X Minus One on May 1, 1955 (see cat. #59391) and January 1, 1956 (see cat. #2172 and #11108) and on "Future Tense" on May 13, 1974 (see cat. #13279). The program was rebroadcast on "Monitor" during February, 1974. George Lefferts (writer), Joseph Curtin, Berry Kroeger, Alexander Scourby, John McGovern, Agnes Young, Norman Rose (host), Van Woodward (producer), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer), Jack Grimes, Joseph Julian, Edwin Jerome. 27:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

39676. Dimension X. September 1, 1950. NBC net. "The Roads Must Roll". Sustaining. The story of the rebellion of the engineers that keep the roads rolling. The script was used subsequently on "X Minus One" on January 4, 1956 (see cat. #2183 and #11107). Robert Heinlein (author), Ernest Kinoy (adaptor), Wendell Holmes, Ralph Bell, Norman Rose (host), Van Woodward (producer), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer), Joseph Boland, Karl Weber. 29:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39839. Dimension X. September 8, 1950. NBC net. "The Outer Limit". Sustaining. A warning from beyond, and a last chance for mankind! The story was previously broadcast on "Dimension X" on April 8, 1950 (see cat. #142) and subsequently on "X Minus One" on November 16, 1955 (see cat. #35293), on "Suspense" on February 15, 1954 (see cat. #46759) and March 17, 1957 (see cat. #16403). The script was also used on "Escape" on February 7, 1950 (see cat. #7269), on "Beyond Tomorrow" on April 13, 1950 (see cat. #11138) and "Beyond This World" on February 23, 1950 (see cat. #11135). A similar script was used on "Your Movietown Radio Theatre" on December 17, 1947 (see cat. #77349). Graham Doar (author), Ernest Kinoy (adaptor), Wendell Holmes, Joe DeSantis, Norman Rose (host), Joseph Julian, Van Woodward (producer), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer). 29:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39845. Dimension X. September 15, 1950. NBC net. "Hello Tomorrow". Sustaining. A return to the surface: a story of genetic imperfection. The script was used subsequently on "X Minus One" on November 3, 1955 (see cat. #39843) and on January 29, 1956 (see cat. #178). George Lefferts (writer), Nancy Olson, Santos Ortega, Donald Buka, Norman Rose (host), Van Woodward (producer), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer), William Keene, William Zuckert, Arthur Gary (announcer), Albert Buhrman (music), Leon Janney. 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39655. Dimension X. September 22, 1950. NBC net. "Dr. Grimshaw's Sanitorium". Sustaining. A good story about a mad Nazi scientist and his fiendish experiments. The script was subsequently used on "X Minus One" on July 14, 1955 (see cat. #11099 and #47521) and on "Future Tense". The "X Minus One" program was rebroadcast on "Monitor" during March, 1974. Albert Buhrman (music), Bill Chambers (engineer), Edward King (director), Fletcher Pratt (author), George Lefferts (adaptor), Karl Weber, Norman Rose (host), Roger De Koven, Van Woodward (producer), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer), Stefan Schnabel, William Redfield, Edwin Jerome, Kermit Murdock. 29:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39849. Dimension X. September 29, 1950. NBC net, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. "And The Moon Be Still As Bright". Sustaining. A story adapted from "The Martian Chronicles." The script was used subsequently on "X Minus One" on September 1, 1955 (see cat. #47530) The "X Minus One" progam was rebroadcast on "Monitor" during December, 1973. Albert Buhrman (music), Alexander Scourby, Bill Chambers (engineer), Bob Warren (announcer), Edward King (director), Ernest Kinoy (adaptor), Norman Rose (host), Ray Bradbury (author), Wendell Holmes, Van Woodward (producer), Dan Ocko, John McGovern, Joseph Julian, Arthur Gary (announcer). 30:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39680. Dimension X. October 29, 1950. NBC net. "No Contact". Sustaining. A trip to the always-fatal "Galactic Barrier" on June 2, 1987. The script was used on "Dimension X" previously on April 29, 1950 (see cat. #39840) and subsequently on The Chase" on Secember 28, 1952, and on "X Minus One" on April 24, 1955 (see cat. #136). The "X Minus One" program was rebroadcast on "Monitor" during May, 1974. George Lefferts (writer, adapter), Ernest Kinoy (writer), Luis Van Rooten, Donald Buka, Cameron Prud'Homme, Van Woodward (producer), Norman Rose (host), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (? announcer), Mel Brandt (? announcer), Matt Crowley, Wendell Holmes, John McGovern. 29:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

3836. Dimension X. November 5, 1950. NBC net. "The Professor Was A Thief". Sustaining. A strange little man has the power to make buildings disappear. He starts with Grant's Tomb! Arthur Maitland, John Larkin, John Gibson, L. Ron Hubbard (author), Joseph Julian, George Lefferts (adaptor), Van Woodward (producer), Norman Rose (host), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer), Ralph Bell, Bob Hastings. 29:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

3839. Dimension X. November 12, 1950. NBC net. "Shanghaied". Sustaining. To man the space freighters for the fifteen year long journeys to the stars, evil crewmen shanghai young men for the foc'sle. The script was subsequently used on "X Minus One" on September 1, 1955 (see cat. #47530). Albert Buhrman (music), Edward King (director), Ernest Kinoy (writer), John Sylvester, Norman Rose (host), William Griffis, William Welch (producer), Van Woodward (producer), Fred Collins (announcer), Leon Janney, William Zuckert, Bill Chambers (engineer), Karl Weber, Jack Grimes, Joe DeSantis. 29:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

416. Dimension X. November 19, 1950. NBC net. "Competition". Sustaining. A spaceship filled with women emigrating to the stars find themselves taken to a planet not of their choosing. Miss Travis finds herself an innocent pawn in a high stakes game of intrigue. The final public service announcement and system cue have been deleted. Albert Buhrman (music), Bill Chambers (engineer), E. M. Hull (author), Edward King (director), Elaine Rost, Ernest Kinoy (adaptor), Les Tremayne, Norman Rose (host), Van Woodward (producer), Bob Warren (announcer), Joseph Julian, Ed Latimer, Staats Cotsworth, John McGovern, Peter Capell. 27:47. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

3837. Dimension X. November 26, 1950. NBC net. "Universe". Sustaining. A people living in a huge spaceship cannot imagine any other life. Announced as the last show of the series, the program returned on December 24, 1950. The script was subsequently used on "Dimension X" on August 2, 1951 (see cat. #43240) and on "X Minus One" on May 15, 1955 (see cat. #1098 and #16915). The program was rebroadcast on "Monitor" during April, 1975. Abby Lewis, Albert Buhrman (music), Bill Chambers (engineer), Raymond Edward Johnson, Edward King (director), George Lefferts (adaptor), Manny Segal (sound), Mason Adams, Matt Crowley, Max Russell (engineer), Norman Rose (host), Peter Capell, Robert Dryden, Robert Heinlein (author), Ross Martin, Wes Conant (engineer), William Welch (producer), Bob Warren (announcer). 29:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

3838. Dimension X. December 24, 1950. NBC net. "The Green Hills Of Earth". Sustaining. The program is preceded by President Truman's Christmas message. A beautiful story, told in song, about the troubadour of spaceways. The script was previously used on "Dimension X" on June 10, 1950 and subsequently on "X Minus One" on July 7, 1955 (see cat. #39836). The "X Minus One" program was rebroadcast on "Monitor" during February, 1975. Robert Heinlein (author), Harry Truman, William Welch (producer), Norman Rose (host), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer), Bob Denton (announcer for President Truman). 29:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

54686. Dimension X. January 7, 1951. NBC net. "Mars Is Heaven". Sustaining. The first spaceship from Earth lands on Mars in 1987. The crew has more than one surprise in store for them! The public service announcements have been deleted. The script was used previously on "Escape" on June 2, 1950 (see cat. #24307), on "Dimension X" on July 7, 1950 (see cat. #39679) and subsequently on "X Minus One" on May 8, 1955 (see cat. #1097 and #12027) and "Future Tense" during July, 1976 (see cat. #23800). Albert Buhrman (music), Bill Chambers (engineer), Bob Warren (announcer), Edward King (director), Ernest Kinoy (adaptor), Ray Bradbury (author), Wendell Holmes, William Zuckert, Joseph Julian, Peter Capell, Donald Buka, Cameron Prud'Homme, Arthur Gary (announcer). 24:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

54687. Dimension X. January 14, 1951. NBC net. "The Martian Death March". Sustaining. The often repeated story of man's inhumanity to Martians. An allegory of the westward expansion and the mistreatment of the American Indians. The final promotional announcement has been deleted. The script was used subsequently on "X Minus One" on September 8, 1955 (see cat. #39838) and November 14, 1956 (see cat. #175) on "Project '73" on September 19, 1973 (see cat. #13266) and "Future Tense" on September 19, 1973 (see cat. #13272). The "X Minus One" program was rebroadcast on "Monitor" during March, 1975. David Pfeffer, Ernest Kinoy (writer), Lawrence Kerr, Ralph Bell, Ralph Camargo, Richard Hamilton, Roger De Koven, William Welch (producer), Norman Rose (host), Edward King (director), Bob Warren (announcer), Ralph Bell, Roger De Koven, Lawson Zerbe, Nelson Olmsted, Fred Collins (announcer). 28:51. Audio condition: Good. Otherwise complete.

23811. Dimension X. June 3, 1951. NBC net. "The Last Objective". Sustaining. An excellent adventure about the future subterranean wars of mankind. A mind-bender. Ernest Kinoy (adaptor), George Mathis (engineer), Jack Grimes, Lawson Zerbe, Norman Rose (host), Paul Carter (author), Ralph Bell, Wendell Holmes, William Welch (producer), Albert Buhrman (music), Edward King (director), Joseph Julian, Bob Warren (announcer), William Zuckert, Cameron Prud'Homme, Staats Cotsworth. 24:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

3841. Dimension X. June 10, 1951. NBC net. "Nightmare". Sustaining. Based on the poem "Revolt Of The Machines," by Stephen Vincent Benet. The script was subsequently used on "X Minus One" on July 21, 1955 (see cat. #2169). The "X Minus One" program was rebroadcast as part of "Monitor" during December, 1974. Joseph Julian, Bob Warren (announcer), Don Pardo (announcer), Edwin Jerome, Joe DeSantis, Gregory Morton, John McGovern, William Welch (producer), Albert Buhrman (music), Bill Chambers (engineer), Edward King (director), John Gibson, Norman Rose (host), Rita Lynn, Stephen Vincent Benet (author), George Lefferts (adaptor). 24:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

3840. Dimension X. June 17, 1951. NBC net. "Pebble In The Sky". Sponsored by: Sustaining, Pepto Bismol (newscast). Earth, which is the only inhabited radioactive planet in the Empire, has plans for conquest! The recording includes five minutes of news about the Korean war. Albert Buhrman (music), Edward King (director), Ernest Kinoy (adaptor), Isaac Asimov (author), Norman Rose (host), Robert Trout (newscaster), Santos Ortega, Susan Douglas, William Welch (producer), Bob Warren (announcer), Edwin Jerome, Leon Janney. 29:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

3843. Dimension X. June 24, 1951. NBC net. "Child's Play". Sustaining. A man receives a "Build-A-Man" kit from the future. The script was used subsequently on "X Minus One" on October 20, 1955 (see cat. #833 and #11105). Albert Buhrman (music), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), George Lefferts (adaptor), Karl Weber, Leon Janney, Norman Rose (host), Patsy Campbell, William Tenn (author), William Welch (producer), Bob Warren (announcer), Ian Martin, Adelaide Klein. 24:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

144. Dimension X. July 12, 1951. NBC net. "Time and Time Again". Sustaining. A soldier from the future (1975) is hit by a bomb during World War III and is sent thirty years back into the past. The script was used subsequently on "X Minus One" on January 11, 1956 (see cat. #39656). William Welch (producer), Edward King (? director), Lionel Ricou (announcer), Peter Capell, Joe DeSantis, Fred Weihe (? director), Karl Weber (?), Norman Rose (host), H. Beam Piper (author), Ernest Kinoy (adaptor), David Anderson, Joseph Curtin. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

3842. Dimension X. July 19, 1951. NBC net. "Dwellers In Silence". Sustaining. Twenty years after mankind abandons the Earth, a spaceship from Mars lands. The script was used subsequently on "X Minus One" on November 10, 1955 (see cat. #2170). The "X Minus One" program was rebroadcast on "Monitor" during May, 1975. Albert Buhrman (music), Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), George Lefferts (adaptor), Gertrude Warner, Norman Rose (host), Peter Capell, Ray Bradbury (author), William Griffis, William Welch (producer), Fred Collins (announcer), John McGovern. 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43243. Dimension X. July 26, 1951. NBC net. "Courtesy". Sustaining. The doomed second expedition to Landro is dying of plague. How do the natives manage to survive? The system cue has been deleted. The script was subsequently used on "X Minus One" August 18, 1955 (see cat. #11108 and #21028). Albert Buhrman (music), Billy Gray, Clifford Simak (author), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), George Lefferts (adaptor), Lawson Zerbe, Norman Rose (host), William Welch (producer), William Zuckert, Fred Collins (announcer). 29:29. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

43240. Dimension X. August 2, 1951. NBC net. "Universe". Sustaining. "The ship is all" to a group of interstellar travelers. The script was previously used on "Dimension X" on November 26, 1950 (see cat. #3837) and subsequently on May 15, 1955 (see cat. #1098 and #16915). The program was rebroadcast on "Monitor" during April, 1975. Albert Buhrman (music), Bill Chambers (engineer), Edward King (director), George Lefferts (adaptor), Manny Segal (sound effects), Mason Adams, Max Russell (sound effects), Norman Rose (host), Peter Capell, Robert Heinlein (author), Wes Conant (sound effects), William Welch (producer), Fred Collins (announcer). 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43241. Dimension X. August 9, 1951. NBC net. "The Veldt". Sustaining. The kids' playroom is nothing to fool around about! The system cue and final promotional announcement have been deleted. The script was subsequently used on "X Minus One" on August 4, 1955 (see cat. #11100 and #39672). Albert Buhrman (music), William Quinn, David Anderson, Ernest Kinoy (adaptor), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Joan Lazer, Lesley Woods, Norman Rose (host), Ray Bradbury (author), William Welch (producer), Fred Collins (announcer). 29:17. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

43242. Dimension X. August 16, 1951. NBC net. "The Vital Factor". Sustaining. A ruthless millionaire is determined to be the first man to conquer space...no matter what the cost. The script was used subsequently on "X Minus One" on November 30, 1955 (see cat. #2174). Albert Buhrman (music), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Howard Rodman (adaptor), John McGovern, Luis Van Rooten, Nelson Bond (author), Norman Rose (host), Raymond Edward Johnson, William Welch (producer), Fred Collins (announcer), Guy Repp, Dan Ocko, Martin Wolfson, Arthur Gary (announcer). 29:30. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

1127. Dimension X. August 23, 1951. NBC net. "Untitled Story". Sustaining. "The Elixir Of Life" can cure any disease and keep you alive for one hundred years. A private investigator has to discover whether it's the real McCoy, or a deadly poison! Albert Buhrman (music), Anne Sargent, Bernard Lenrow, Frank M. Robinson (author), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), George Lefferts (adaptor), George Petrie, Norman Rose (host), William Welch (producer), Fred Collins (announcer). 29:33. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

1125. Dimension X. August 30, 1951. NBC net. "Marionettes Inc.". Sustaining. A story set in the future, 1990. A man buys a humanoid in his own image to take his place with his wife while he's out having fun. The humanoid, however, has a few ideas of his own! The script was used subsequently on "X Minus One" on December 21, 1955 (see cat. #16918) and on "Audion Theatre" on September 15, 1990 (see cat. #64146). The "X Minus One" program was rebroadcast on "Monitor" during June, 1974. Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), George Lefferts (adaptor), Kermit Murdock, Martin Ruby (announcer), Albert Buhrman (music), Fred Collins (announcer), Ray Bradbury (author), Ross Martin, William Welch (producer), John McGovern, Joseph Boland, Norman Rose (host), Sarajane Wells, Joyce Gordon. 29:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55197. Dimension X. September 8, 1951. NBC net. "First Contact". Sustaining. A spaceship meets an alien vessel in outer space and a stalemate between the stars follows. The script was used subsequently on "X Minus One" on October 6, 1955 (see cat. #832 and #11103). Albert Buhrman (music), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Howard Rodman (adaptor), Murray Leinster (author), Norman Rose (host), William Welch (producer), Fred Collins (announcer), Wendell Holmes, Bob Hastings. 22:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Apparently complete.

39681. Dimension X. September 15, 1951. NBC net. "Kaleidoscope". Sustaining. A story about a space ship disaster that spews the crew out into space. The story was subsequently produced on "Suspense" on July 12, 1955 (see cat. #9304). Joan Alexander, Leon Janney, Norman Rose (host), George Lefferts (adaptor), William Welch (producer), Fred Weihe (director), Bill Rippe (announcer), Ray Bradbury (author), Joe DeSantis, Edgar Stehli. 28:56. Audio condition: Very good. Apparently complete.

1126. Dimension X. September 22, 1951. NBC net. "Requiem". Sustaining. The famous story of the old, wealthy man who wants nothing more than to visit the Moon before his death. The script was used subsequently on "X Minus One" on October 27, 1955 (see cat. #11104). Rod Hendrickson, William Quinn, Owen Jordan, Robert Heinlein (author), Ernest Kinoy (adaptor), William Welch (producer), Norman Rose (host), Fred Weihe (director), Arthur Gary (announcer). 29:02. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

1128. Dimension X. September 29, 1951. NBC net. "Nightfall". Sustaining. A visit to a planet on the edge of our galaxy that circles a group of six suns. There hasn't been a sunset for the last two thousand forty nine years...until now! The last show of the series. The script was used subsequently on "X Minus One" on December 7, 1955 (see cat. #11106 and #75826). Cameron Prud'Homme, Isaac Asimov (author), Lyle Sudrow, Ernest Kinoy (adaptor), John McGovern, Norman Rose (host), Albert Buhrman (music), William Welch (producer), Fred Weihe (director), Bill Rippe (announcer), Staats Cotsworth, Joseph Boland. 28:56. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

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