The Chase

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.


51635. The Chase. April 27, 1952. NBC net. "The Big Cat". Sustaining. The first show of the series. A leopard named Jenny escapes from the zoo, affecting the lives of several people in different ways. Part of the system cue has been deleted. Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Ruth Gilbert, Kermit Murdock, Larry Haines, Walter McGraw (director, transcriber), Karl Swenson, Lucille Wall, Cameron Andrews, Fred Collins (announcer). 29:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

51636. The Chase. May 4, 1952. NBC net. "Harry Troll's Diamond". Sustaining. An alcoholic named Harry Troll finds a diamond the size of a prune! He not only is unable to sell it, he can't even give it away! Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Walter McGraw (director, transcriber), Fred Collins (announcer), Kermit Murdock, Bryna Raeburn, Court Benson, Santos Ortega, Roger De Koven, Dan Ocko, Clem Flower. 29:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

51637. The Chase. May 11, 1952. NBC net. "Countess Treanna". Sustaining. The mysterious Countess Trianna befriends a newlywed couple aboard an ocean liner. Just what is she after? There are interesting supernatural overtones. Chester Stratton, Fred Collins (announcer), Jone Allison, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Lotte Stavisky, Luis Van Rooten, Walter McGraw (director, transcriber). 29:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

51638. The Chase. May 18, 1952. NBC net. "Elliott Preston Is Framed For Murder". Sustaining. An Englishman named Elliott Preston finds himself framed for murder, coping with intrigue on the Orient Express, and fighting for his life eleven thousand feet high in the Alps! Fred Collins (announcer), Guy Repp, Horace Braham, Joyce Linden, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Lester Fletcher, Walter McGraw (director, transcriber). 29:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

51639. The Chase. May 25, 1952. NBC net. "The Newspaper Reporter". Sustaining. An alcoholic reporter in a South American backwater comes upon the biggest story of them all...involving a guy with a "trick moustache!" The story has also been titled, "They Thought He Was Dead." Doris Dalton, Fred Collins (announcer), Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Luis Van Rooten, Stefan Schnabel, Vinton Hayworth, Walter McGraw (director, transcriber), Wendell Holmes. 29:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

51640. The Chase. June 1, 1952. NBC net. "Easy Riches, Sudden Death". Sustaining. A well-acted story about three rogues who set out for, and find $40 million in gold bars, salvaged from a sunken ship. This is a network version of cat. #16188. George Matthews, Joe DeSantis, Kermit Murdock, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Walter McGraw (director, transcriber). 29:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

16188. The Chase. June 1, 1952. NBC net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. "Easy Riches, Sudden Death". A well-acted story of three rogues who set out for, and find $40 million in gold bars, salvaged from a sunken ship. See cat. #51640 for a network version of this broadcast. George Matthews, Joe DeSantis, Kermit Murdock, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Walter McGraw (director, transcriber). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

52536. The Chase. June 8, 1952. NBC net. "Hardluck Ethel". Sustaining. Hardluck Ethel Hoyt has a run of four winners at the track after a visit to Madame Za Za. She of course bets $45,000 on the fifth race. Then, there's the problem of "Bertram." Lawrence Klee (writer, creator), Fred Collins (announcer), Ruth Gilbert, Ann Thomas, Ralph Bell, Adelaide Klein, Walter McGraw (director, transcriber). 29:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52537. The Chase. June 15, 1952. NBC net. "Terminate Professor Kolchek". Sustaining. An Hungarian secret policeman named Andre Provich has become disillusioned with "The Party." When Provich is ordered to liquidate his old friend Professor Kolchek, the two decide to defect. The story has a good surprise ending. Edgar Stehli, Fred Collins (announcer), June Foray, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Lee Cramer (engineer), Norman Rose, Stefan Schnabel, Walter McGraw (director, transcriber). 29:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52538. The Chase. June 22, 1952. NBC net. "Bald Artie Bender". Sustaining. Artie Bender, a bald burlesque comedian, buys a new wig to impress his girlfriend. Looking just like an infamous bookmaker, gangsters start handing him money...lots of money! Lawrence Klee (writer, creator), Larry Haines, Mandel Kramer, Ann Thomas, Daniel Sutter (director, transcriber), Ralph Bell, Leon Janney. 29:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52539. The Chase. June 29, 1952. NBC net. "Stephen, Monica and One Million Dollars". Sustaining. A man robs the bank in which he works. Killing the bank guard and taking $1,000,000 in cash and his greedy wife with him, he begins a desperate attempt to escape to Mexico. The program of July 6, 1952 was pre-empted. Daniel Sutter (director, transcriber), Fred Collins (announcer), Cathleen Cordell, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Leon Janney, Scott Tennyson. 29:33. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52540. The Chase. July 10, 1952. NBC net. "Doug Burton and A Mysterious Letter". Sustaining. Doug Burton, a down-and-out writer bumming drinks in Havana, gets involved with a mysterious and very much desired letter. There's a bomb that will make the hydrogen bomb look like a toy! The program has moved to a new day of the week. Lawrence Klee (writer, creator), Fred Collins (announcer), Daniel Sutter (director, transcriber), Vinton Hayworth, Jan Miner, Luis Van Rooten, Roger De Koven. 29:38. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52541. The Chase. July 17, 1952. NBC net. "Joey". Sustaining. A boxing manager signs a young Mexican who looks like the next champ. After poisoning the fighter to win for a gambler, the manager is haunted by the fighter and his mother. Amzie Strickland, Bryna Raeburn, Daniel Sutter (director, transcriber), Donald Buka, Fred Collins (announcer), Joe DeSantis, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Mandel Kramer. 29:16. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

54652. The Chase. July 24, 1952. NBC net. "The Apprentice". Sustaining. A professional killer and his new assistant attempt an assignment in the back woods. It's not as they think! The system cue has been deleted. The program of July 31, 1952 was pre-empted. Lawrence Klee (creator), Bob Hastings, Eileen Palmer, Lawson Zerbe, Daniel Sutter (director, transcriber), Fred Collins (announcer), Charles O'Neill (writer), Ken Lynch, Bill Smith. 29:16. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

54653. The Chase. August 7, 1952. NBC net. "The Painting". Sustaining. Why is an artist willing to do anything to obtain a very ugly painting? Arthur Gary (announcer), Daniel Sutter (director, transcriber), Harry W. Junkin (writer), Irene Hubbard, James Monks, Joan Moseman, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Scott Tennyson, Vinton Hayworth. 29:31. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

54654. The Chase. August 14, 1952. NBC net. "The Amusement Park". Sustaining. A young woman leaves her shooting gallery with a new friend to solve a murder and catch a pyromaniac. The system cue has been deleted. Adelaide Klein, Arthur Gary (announcer), Bill Lipton, Charles O'Neill (writer), Daniel Sutter (director, transcriber), Jack Lloyd, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Patrick Campbell, Sydney Smith, Walter Black. 29:27. Audio condition: Very good. Otherwise complete.

54655. The Chase. August 21, 1952. NBC net. "The Promotion". Sustaining. A cop's girlfriend is typing the manuscript of a homicidal maniac who kills with a sword. The system cue has been deleted. Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Grant Richards, John Gibson, Daniel Sutter (director, transcriber), Arthur Gary (announcer), Amzie Strickland, Ann Thomas, John Raby, Walter Black, Guy Repp. 29:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

54659. The Chase. September 21, 1952. NBC net. "Tattoo Charlie". Sustaining. A sailor's intrigue in Hong Kong as a Chinaman gives him a gold statuette, and is promptly killed. The program has moved to a new day of the week. Santos Ortega, Abby Lewis, Mel Brandt (announcer), Donald Buka, Leon Janney, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Kermit Murdock, James Harvey (transcriber, director). 29:23. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

54660. The Chase. September 28, 1952. NBC net. "Twenty-Million-Dollar Bum". Sustaining. A millionaire hires a killer to bump him off after he loses all his money. When his loss turns out to be a mistake, it proves even harder to call off the murder. William Quinn, Edward King (director, transcriber), Ken Lynch, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Richard Newton, Rita Allen, Vinton Hayworth. 29:19. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

54661. The Chase. October 5, 1952. NBC net. "Flight From Istanbul". Sustaining. A man thinking of pushing his wife off an Istanbul minaret is surprised when she falls off herself without any help from him. Dan Ocko, Edward King (director, transcriber), Fred Collins (announcer), Joyce Linden, Karl Swenson, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Lucille Wall. 29:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

54662. The Chase. October 12, 1952. NBC net. "The Cat's Meow". Sustaining. Aunt Emma leaves her beloved Stanley to a Brooklyn cab driver, and a large inheritance to go with it. Ann Thomas, Edward King (director, transcriber), Edgar Stehli, Helen Claire, Frank Milano, Larry Haines, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Roger De Koven. 29:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

35435. The Chase. October 19, 1952. NBC net. "Manhunt". Sustaining. Three escaped convicts hole-up with two spinsters in an isolated house. Lawrence Klee (writer, director), Mandel Kramer, Edward King (director, transcriber), Fred Collins (announcer), Evelyn Varden, Agnes Young, Ken Lynch, Kermit Murdock. 29:30. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

54663. The Chase. October 26, 1952. NBC net. "Iron Curtain Express". Sustaining. A reporter battles the Communist bad guys on a train heading East, filled with suicide and intrigue! William Quinn, Edward King (director), Fred Collins (announcer), John Larkin, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Leon Janney, Roger De Koven, Ruth Yorke. 29:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

54664. The Chase. November 2, 1952. NBC net. "Long Distance". Sustaining. A woman whose husband is about to be executed tries to save his life by telephone. See cat. #1062 for a rebroadcast of this script in 1964. The final public service announcement and the system cue have been deleted. Abby Lewis, Bill Lipton, Cliff Oland, Connie Lembcke, Edward King (director), Gene Leonard, Fred Collins (announcer), Harry W. Junkin (writer), Jan Miner, John McGovern, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Martha Baron, Mildred Clinton, Pat Hosley, Rosemary Murphy, Sylvia Davis, Sylvia Lee. 28:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

54665. The Chase. November 9, 1952. NBC net. "The Predatory Career Woman". Sustaining. Gloria Hastings is determined to get to the top, no matter what she has to do to get there. The final public service announcement and system cue have been deleted. Edward King (director), Elaine Rost, Fred Collins (announcer), John Sylvester, Larry Haines, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Roger De Koven, Sarah Burton, Staats Cotsworth, Wendell Holmes. 28:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

54666. The Chase. November 16, 1952. NBC net. "My Love Is A Ghost". Sustaining. A man buys an oil painting of a woman, and finds himself being haunted by her spirit. The final public service announcement and system cue has been deleted. Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Paul McGrath, Anne Seymour, Bryna Raeburn, Edward King (director, transcriber), Fred Collins (announcer), Roger De Koven. 29:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

54667. The Chase. November 23, 1952. NBC net. "Blackout". Sustaining. The title may be incorrect. Am amnesiac trying to discover his past life finds out he was some louse. Don MacLaughlin, Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Joan Tompkins, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Linda Watkins, Ned Wever, William Keene. 29:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

54668. The Chase. November 30, 1952. NBC net. "The Most Dangerous Game". Sustaining. A man shipwrecked on a tropical island finds himself the quarry of an ex-Nazi who loves to hunt. Chester Stratton, Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Inge Adams, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Richard Connell (writer), Roger De Koven, Stefan Schnabel. 29:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

54669. The Chase. December 7, 1952. NBC net. "Dangerous Journey". Sustaining. A threatened ambassador and his secretary are protected on an ocean voyage from those attempting to assassinate him. Bryna Raeburn, Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Guy Repp, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Leon Janney, Lester Fletcher. 29:35. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

54670. The Chase. December 14, 1952. NBC net. "Plans For the Perfect Murder". Sustaining. After an Englishman's wife leaves him, he becomes determined to kill the wealthy man who has ruined his life. Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Ivor Francis, John Stanley, June Peel, Cathleen Cordell, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Staats Cotsworth. 29:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

54671. The Chase. December 28, 1952. NBC net. "No Contact". Sustaining. In the future of 1987, another space ship from Earth approaches the "Galactic Barrier." Beware the Space Blues! The script was previously used on "Dimension X" on April 29, 1950 (see cat. #39840) and October 29, 1950 (cat. #39680) and subsequently on April 25, 1955 (see cat. #136). Bill Smith, Cameron Prud'Homme, Donald Buka, Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), George Lefferts (writer), George Petrie, Matt Crowley, William Griffis. 29:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

54672. The Chase. January 4, 1953. NBC net. "The Fortune Hunter". Sustaining. A schemer named Artie Snide plans to marry for money. When his lady love turns out to be broke, Artie visits a "specialist." Arlene Blackburn, David Gothard, Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Ralph Bell. 29:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

54673. The Chase. January 11, 1953. NBC net. "Professor Calvin and The Voice". Sustaining. The title may not be correct. A college professor is tortured by a sardonic voice that no one else can hear. Is it schizophrenia? The system cue has been deleted. Ann Pitoniak, Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Ken Lynch, Larry Haines, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Nelson Olmsted. 29:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

103324. The Chase. January 18, 1953. NBC net. "Killer At Large". Sustaining. A homicidal maniac escapes from the insane asylum to take his revenge against the doctor that caused his committment. Fred Collins (announcer), Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Jane Webb, Paul McGrath, John Stanley, Ken Lynch, Joe DeSantis, Merrill E. Joels, Fred Weihe (director, transcriber). 29:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

54674. The Chase. January 25, 1953. NBC net. "The Creeper". Sustaining. A mad killer strangles his red-headed victims. See cat. #333 for the same script produced on "The Molle Mystery Theatre" and cat. #50533 for the same script on "Murder At Midnight" and cat. #65395 for the same script on "Murder By Experts." Donald Buka, Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Jan Miner, John Raby, Joseph Ruscoll (writer), Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Leon Janney, Sylvia Lee, William Keene. 29:13. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

54675. The Chase. February 1, 1953. NBC net. "The Killer's Missing Corpse". Sustaining. A reporter sees the dead Countess Athena in her stateroom. When the body disappears, no one will admit that she's even dead! Bryna Raeburn, Chester Stratton, Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Ian Martin, Joseph Boland, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Roger De Koven, Staats Cotsworth. 29:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

39072. The Chase. February 8, 1953. NBC net. "The Penny-Pinching Landlords". Sustaining. A miserly couple running a boarding house find one of their tenants dead in an alley...with $5000 in his pockets. Arnold Moss, Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Luis Van Rooten, Martin Ruby, Russell Hughes (writer), Virginia Payne. 29:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55198. The Chase. February 15, 1953. NBC net. "The Million Dollar Chase". Sustaining. A grasping niece and nephew are both eagerly awaiting wealthy Aunt Victoria to "kick the bucket." Aunt Vicki however, has her own ideas about the matter. The system cue has been deleted. Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Ivor Francis, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Lucille Wall, Sarah Burton, Staats Cotsworth, Vera Allen. 29:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

55199. The Chase. February 22, 1953. NBC net. "The Jailbreak". Sustaining. A tough cop goes under cover in a prison to get the goods on Monks, a very tough convict. Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Fred Collins (announcer), Larry Haines, Ralph Bell, Ken Williams, Kermit Murdock, Bernard Lenrow. 29:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55200. The Chase. March 1, 1953. NBC net. "Framed For Murder". Sustaining. A scheming male secretary kills his wealthy boss to get his wife and fortune. He frames a wealthy but stupid German for the crime. Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Fred Collins (announcer), Paul McGrath, Roger De Koven, Phil Sterling, Beverly Roberts, Wendell Holmes, John Thomas. 29:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55201. The Chase. March 8, 1953. NBC net. "Special Delivery". Sustaining. A neurotic woman writes a damaging letter and then tries to get it back from the post office. William Quinn, Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Harry W. Junkin (writer), Ian Martin, Jan Miner, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Maurice Tarplin, Shirley Black, William Keene. 29:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55202. The Chase. March 15, 1953. NBC net. "The Cabby and The Corpse". Sustaining. A cabby tries to return valuable jewels left in his hack and finds himself with a corpse in the back seat. Charles Webster, Edward King (director, transcriber), Ed Peck, Fred Collins (announcer), Helen Jerrold, Kermit Murdock, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Pauline Drake, Staats Cotsworth. 29:45. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

55203. The Chase. March 22, 1953. NBC net. "Cathy Sutter Meets James Carter". Sustaining. The oldest chase of all. Cathy Sutter's rocky romance with wealthy James Carter Jr. Part of the system cue has been deleted. Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Fred Collins (announcer), Ann Thomas, Jane Webb, Irene Hubbard, Lawson Zerbe, Leon Janney. 30:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

55204. The Chase. March 29, 1953. NBC net. "Murderer Row". Sustaining. The curator of a museum of murderers tells the story of a British chap who marries ladies of wealth for his own mercenary purposes. Doris Smith, Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Ivor Francis, John Stanley, Cathleen Cordell, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Leona Powers, Ted Osborne, William Podmore. 29:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55205. The Chase. April 5, 1953. NBC net. "Johnny and Ellen, Killer and Hostage". Sustaining. A murdering bank robber takes a librarian hostage, but there's more to this lady than the reference books! The system cue has been deleted. The program of April 12, 1953 was pre-empted. Amy Sidell, Donald Buka, Elaine Rost, Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Geoffrey Bryant, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Les Crutchfield (writer), Sanford Bickart. 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

55206. The Chase. April 19, 1953. NBC net. "King Danno". Sustaining. The king of a small country finds himself fleeing for his life during a revolution. Anne Sargent, Dan Ocko, Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Lloyd Bochner, Peter Capell, William Podmore. 29:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55207. The Chase. April 26, 1953. NBC net. "Operation Chase". Sustaining. A Hollywood agent undertakes "Operation Chase," a search for a hidden movie star. Abby Lewis, Edwin Jerome, Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Kermit Murdock, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Lesley Woods, Ralph Bell. 29:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55208. The Chase. May 3, 1953. NBC net. "Circumstantial Evidence". Sustaining. A series of strange coincidences finds a traveling salesman accused of murder. The program of May 10, 1953 was pre-empted. Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Fred Collins (announcer), Don Briggs, Joe Latham, Jane Webb, Ted Osborne, Ken Williams. 29:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55209. The Chase. May 17, 1953. NBC net. "The Blackmailing Accountant". Sustaining. A meek accountant blackmails his way to the top of a crooked construction company. Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Jack Finke (writer), John McGovern, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Luis Van Rooten, Natalie Priest, Paul McGrath, Sylvia Davis, William Keene. 29:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55210. The Chase. May 24, 1953. NBC net. "Tiger Lily". Sustaining. A meek little man turns into a raging tough guy after only one drink of, "Tiger Lily." Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Fred Collins (announcer), Larry Haines, Karl Swenson, Leon Janney, Ralph Bell, Ann Pitoniak. 29:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55211. The Chase. May 31, 1953. NBC net. "Lucifer". Sustaining. A puppeteer's life is taken over by his evil dummy, "Lucifer." Ann Pitoniak, Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Leon Janney, Lloyd Bochner. 29:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55212. The Chase. June 7, 1953. NBC net. "The Million-Dollar Bank Robbery". Sustaining. Thieves fall out. The story has a good ending. Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Joe DeSantis, Ken Lynch, Kermit Murdock, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Mason Adams, Rolly Bester. 29:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55213. The Chase. June 14, 1953. NBC net. "Playboy". Sustaining. A wealthy couple find themselves in debt to a gang of crooks and are sucked into a life of crime. David Kerman, Edwin Jerome, Fred Collins (announcer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), John Thomas, Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Patsy Campbell, Roger De Koven. 29:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55214. The Chase. June 21, 1953. NBC net. "The Sea Monster". Sustaining. A hunt for the Loch Ness monster is complicated by a jealous husband. Lawrence Klee (craeator, writer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Fred Collins (announcer), Nelson Olmsted, Ivor Francis, Andrea Wallace, Stuart McIntosh. 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55215. The Chase. June 28, 1953. NBC net. "Harry, The Talking Horse". Sustaining. The last show of the series. A talking horse and a sure winner. Oh yeah? The system cue has been deleted. Lawrence Klee (creator, writer), Fred Weihe (director, transcriber), Fred Collins (announcer), Kermit Murdock, Ann Thomas, Charles Penman, John McGovern. 29:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

Report contains 55 programs.