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Thriller
  • Ep: 1
  • The Twisted Image
  • Starred: Leslie Nielsen (Alan Patterson), George Grizzard (Merle Jenkins), Natalie Trundy (Lily Hanson), Dianne Foster (Judy Patterson)
  • With: Constance Ford (Louise Jenkins), Virginia Christine (Marge), Carol Kelly (Miss Rudley), Ray Montgomery (Bill Purdy), Pat McCaffrie (Liquor Store Proprietor), Mickey Simpson (Bert), Pamela Duncan (Sue), Judy Erwin (Leticia Patterson), Perry Ivins (Landlord), Warren Parker (Poker Player on Telephone), Billy Idelson (Jenkins' Neighbor), Victor Sen Yung (Bartender), William Yip (Witness on Steps), Maura McGiveney (Flirtatious Neighbor)
  • Teleplay By: James P. Cavanaugh
  • From a Novel By: William O'Farrell
  • Directed By: Arthur Hiller
  • Note: "Doubles in Death" written by William Grew (aka William O'Farrell) published in PERMA BOOKS 1955
  • Ep: 2
  • Child's Play
  • Starred: Frank Overton (Bart Hattering), Bethel Leslie (Gale Hattering), Tommy Nolan (Hank Hattering)
  • With: Parley Baer (Fisherman on Mountain), George Werier (Fisherman in River)
  • Written By: Robert Dozier
  • Directed By: Arthur Hiller
  • Ep: 3
  • Worse Than Murder
  • Starred: Constance Ford (Connie Walworth), John Baragrey (Dr. Ralph Mitchell), Christine White (Anne Walworth), Harriet MacGibbon (Myra Walworth), Dan Tobin (Ray the Landlord)
  • With: Jocelyn Brando (Emma Snyder), Jay Jostyn (Lawyer Sinclair), Russ Bender (Arresting Officer), Erma Robinson (Bessie the Maid), Audrey Swanson (Nurse), Mary Young (Mrs. Sarah Gedney)
  • Teleplay By: Mel Goldberg
  • From a Story By: Evelyn Berckman
  • Directed By: Mitch Leisen
  • Ep: 4
  • The Mark of the Hand
  • Starred: Mona Freeman (Sylvia Walsh), Jessie Royce Landis (Mrs. Kilburn), Shepperd Strudwick (Douglas Kilburn)
  • With: Rachel Ames (Betty Follett), Judson Pratt (Lieutenant Bill Gordon), Berry Kroeger (Paul Mowry), Terry Burnham (Tessa Kilburn), Jon Lormer (Dr. Emil Berland), John Alvin (Coroner)
  • Teleplay By: Eric Peters
  • From the Novel By: Charlotte Armstrong
  • Directed By: Paul Henreid
  • Ep: 5
  • Rose's Last Summer
  • Starred: Mary Astor (Rose French), Lin McCarthy (Frank Clyde)
  • With: Jack Livesey (Haley Dalloway), Dorothy Green (Ethel Goodfield), Hardie Albright (Willet Goodfield), George N. Neise (Captain Edward Greer), Loie E. Bridge (Mrs. Annie Cushman), Percy Helton (Coroner), Robert Osterloh (Mr. Sturges), Fred Sherman (Desk Sergeant)
  • And: Helen Quintal aka Mary Astor (Mrs. Horace Goodfield)
  • Teleplay By: Marie Baumer
  • From the Novel By: Margaret Millar
  • Directed By: Arthur Hiller
  • Ep: 6
  • The Guilty Men
  • Starred: Everett Sloane (Lou Adams), Jay C. Flippen (Harry Gans), Frank Silvera (Cesare Romano aka Charlie Roman)
  • With: John Marley (Dr. Tony Romano), Anne Barton (Martha Adams), Argentina Brunetti (Mrs. Anna Romano), Tony Caruso (Johnny Longo), Ralph Neff (Hymie)
  • Written By: John Vlahos
  • Directed By: Jules Bricken
  • Ep: 7
  • The Purple Room
  • Starred: Rip Torn (Duncan Corey), Patricia Barry (Rachel Judson)
  • And: Alan Napier (Lawyer Ridgewater), Ray Teal (Sheriff Wiley), Joanna Heyes (Caroline Vale Ransom)
  • With: Richard Anderson (Oliver Judson)
  • Written By: Douglas Heyes
  • Directed By: Douglas Heyes
  • Ep: 8
  • The Watcher
  • Starred: Martin Gabel (Frietag), Olive Sturgess (Bess Pettit), Richard Chamberlain (Larry Carter), James Westerfield (Sheriff Al Matthews), Alan Baxter (Sheriff Phil Archer)
  • And: Irene Hervey (Mrs. Edith Pettit), Gloria Clark (Vida Tomlinson), Claire Carleton (Unis Appleby), Daniel M. White (Doctor), Nelson Olmsted (Father)
  • With: Stuart Erwin (Uncle Florian)
  • Teleplay By: Donald S. Sanford
  • From the Novel By: Dolores Hitchens
  • Directed By: John Brahm
  • Ep: 9
  • Girl With a Secret
  • Starred: Fay Bainter (Geraldine Redfern), Paul Hartman (Uncle Gregory Stafford), Anne Seymour (Aunt Hortense Stafford), Myrna Fahey (Alice Page), Rhodes Reason (Anthony Page), Cloris Leachman (Beatrice Stafford), Harry Ellerbe (Walter Devon), Ellen Corby (Mrs. Peele), Esther Dale (Ellen the Maid), James Seay (Herb Innes), Rex Holman (Evil Face Bluecher), Victor Buono (Carolik)
  • Teleplay By: Charles Beaumont
  • From the Novel By: Charlotte Armstrong
  • Directed By: Mitch Leisen
  • Ep: 10
  • The Prediction
  • Starred: Boris Karloff (Clayton Mace), Audrey Dalton (Norine Burton), Alex Davion (Grant Dudley)
  • With: Alan Caillou (Roscoe Burton), Murvyn Vye (Gunner Gogan), Richard Peel (Charlie), Seymour Green (Harcourt), Keith McConnell (Skeptic), Barbara Kelley (Skeptic's Fiancee), Michael Gibson (Petrol Pump Attendant), Michael St. Clair (Road Workman), Iris Bristol (Helen Tate), The Carlssons (Stage Performers), Abraham Sofaer (Gus Kostopulos)
  • Written By: Donald S. Sanford
  • Directed By: John Brahm
  • Ep: 11
  • The Fatal Impulse
  • Starred: Robert Lansing (Lieutenant Brian Rome), Whitney Blake (Jane Kimball)
  • With: Elisha Cook (Harry Elser), Steve Brodie (Sergeant George Dumont), Elaine Edwards (Marjorie Dalquiss), Lance Fuller (Robert Larrimore), Harry Bartell (Mr. Dalquiss), Alice Backes (Carolyn), Anthony Carbone (Bernie), Mary Tyler Moore (Mary Snyder), Ed Nelson (Brundage), Cynthia Pepper (Receptionist), Ernestine Barrier (Agnes Kimball), Ella Ethridge (Martha Bailey), Fred Graham (Sergeant Hannigan), Conrad Nagel (Walker Wylie)
  • Teleplay By: Philip MacDonald
  • From the Short Story By: John D. MacDonald
  • Directed By: Gerald Mayer
  • Note: "Fatal Accident" published in THE SHADOW Fall 1948
  • Ep: 12
  • The Big Blackout
  • Starred: Jack Carson (Burt Lewis), Charles McGraw (Sheriff Cliff Wrights), Nan Leslie (Midge Lewis), Jeanne Cooper (Ethel Bankstrom), George Mitchell (Doc Mulloy)
  • With: Paul Newlan (Paul Hawkins), Jean Engstrom (Nurse Sue), Don Wilbanks (Deputy Broot), Robert Carricart (Nick Fisher), Chubby Johnson (Charlie Pringle), Ron Harper (Younger Thug), Raoul DeLeon (Louie Ramirez), Jimmy Cavanaugh (Bartender), Gil Perkins (Henchman Eddie), Saul Gorss (George Adams)
  • Teleplay By: Oscar Millard
  • From the Novel By: Don Tracy
  • Directed By: Maury Geraghty
  • Ep: 13
  • Knock Three-One-Two
  • Starred: Joe Maross (Ray Kenton), Beverly Garland (Ruth Kenton), Charles Aidman (George Mikos), Warren Oates (Benny)
  • With: David Alpert (Debt Collector Joe Bedell), Murray Alper (Older Bartender), Norman Leavitt (First Bartender Charlie), Meade Martin (The Silk Stocking Strangler), Clancy Cooper (Police Captain), Lida Piazza (First Waitress), Will J. White (Lieutent Tracy), Bunny Bishop (Second Waitress), Lillian O'Malley (Landlady)
  • Teleplay By: John Kneubuhl
  • Based on the Novel By: Fredric Brown
  • Directed By: Herman Hoffman
  • Ep: 14
  • Man in the Middle
  • Starred: Mort Sahl (Sam Lynch)
  • With: Sue Randall (Kay Salisbury), Fred Beir (Alan Dulain), Frank Albertson (Charles Salisbury), Julian Burton ("Baby" Hoffman), Grace Albertson (Martha Salisbury), Ashley Cowan (Eddie Cowan), Fred Sherman (Buddy), Anthony Jochim (Alex), Bert Remsen (First Detective), Jack Mann (Second Detective), Pitt Herbert (Fred the Bartender), Gordon Richards (Basil the Butler), Werner Klemperer (Mr. Clark)
  • Teleplay By: Howard Rodman
  • From a Novel By: Charlotte Armstrong
  • Directed By: Fletcher Markle
  • Ep: 15
  • The Cheaters
  • Starred: Mildred Dunnock (Miriam Olcott), Harry Townes (Sebastian Grimm), Jack Weston (Edward Dean), Paul Newlan (Joe Henshaw)
  • With: Barbara Eiler (Olive Dean), Linda Watkins (Maggie Henshaw), Dayton Lummis (Clarence Kramer), Molly Glessing (Mrs. Ames), Alan Carney (Burgin), Grandon Rhodes (Judge Pfluger), Henry Daniell (Dirk Van Prinn), Joan Tompkins (Ellen Grimm), Ralph Clanton (Thorgenson), Ed Nelson (Charlie), Audrey Swanson (Salesgirl), John Mitchum (Policeman)
  • Teleplay By: Donald S. Sanford
  • From the Short Story By: Robert Bloch
  • Directed By: John Brahm
  • Note: "The Cheaters" published in WEIRD TALES Nov 1947
  • Ep: 16
  • The Hungry Glass
  • Starred: William Shatner (Gil Thrasher), Joanna Heyes (Marcia Thrasher), Russell Johnson (Adam Talmadge), Elizabeth Allen (Liz Talmadge)
  • With: Clem Bevans (Obed), Pitt Herbert (Mr. Cabot the Storekeeper), Donna Douglas (Laura Bellman the Girl in the Mirror), Duane Grey (Nephew), Ottola Nesmith (Old Laura Bellman)
  • Teleplay By: Douglas Heyes
  • From the Short Story By: Robert Bloch
  • Directed By: Douglas Heyes
  • Note: "The Hungry House" published in IMAGINATION Apr 1951
  • Ep: 17
  • The Poisoner
  • Starred: Murray Matheson (Thomas Edward Griffith), Sarah Marshall (Frances Abercrombie Griffith), Brenda Forbes (Mrs. Abercrombie), Jennifer Raine (Helen Abercrombie)
  • With: David Frankham (Proctor), Richard Peel (Justin), Maurice Dallimore (George Griffith), Sam Edwards (Charles Larrimore), Seymour Green (Sir John Herbert), Keith Hitchcock (Lord Danforth), Nelson Welch (Doctor), Donald P. Journeaux (News Vendor)
  • Written By: Robert Hardy Andrews
  • Directed By: Herschel Daugherty
  • Ep: 18
  • Man in the Cage
  • Starred: Philip Carey (Darryl Hudson), Diana Millay (Ellen McKinstry), Eduardo Ciannelli (Inspector Le Boude), Barry Gordon (Slip-Slip)
  • With: Theodore Marcuse (Arthur Upshaw), Daniele Aubry (Landlady), Guy Stockwell (Noel Hudson), Than Wyenn (Jean Duval), Jonathan Kidd (Duff McKinstry), Pat Sexton (Guard), Naji Gabbay (Ali Atouf), Lilyan Chauvin (Mrs. Barrister), Russ Bender (Burdett), Robert Stevenson (Phil Barrister), Booth Colman (Hotel Desk Clerk), Arlette Clark (T-Bone), Pedro Regas (Gilali), Joe Abdullah (Waiter)
  • And: Al Ruscio (Allah El Kazim)
  • Teleplay By: Maxwell Shane & Stuart Jerome
  • Based on a Story By: John Holbrook Vance
  • Directed By: Gerald Mayer
  • Ep: 19
  • Choose a Victim
  • Starred: Larry Blyden (Ralphie Teal), Susan Oliver (Edith Landers), Vaughn Taylor (Uncle Philip Landers), Tracey Roberts (Fay)
  • With: Henry Corden (Detective Sid Benjamin), Billy Barty (Sam), Henry Hunter (Larry Kirt)
  • And: Guy Mitchell (Detective Hazlett)
  • Written By: George Bellak
  • Directed By: Richard Carlson
  • Ep: 20
  • Hay-Fork and Bill-Hook
  • Starred: Kenneth Haigh (Detective Inspector Harry Roberts), Audrey Dalton (Nesta Roberts), Alan Napier (Constable Evans), Alan Caillou (Sir Wilfred)
  • With: J. Pat O'Malley (First Pub Patron), Lumsden Hare (Thomas Watson), Ronald Long (Mr. Jonas), Basil Howes (Librarian), Kendrick Huxham (Second Pub Patron), Richard Peel (First Soldier), Gil Stuart (Second Soldier), Barry Bernard (Senior Officer), Iris Bristol (Maid)
  • And: Doris Lloyd (Mrs. Evans)
  • Written By: Allan Caillou
  • Directed By: Herschel Daugherty
  • Ep: 21
  • The Merriweather File
  • Co-Starred: James Gregory (Howard Yates), Bethel Leslie (Ann Merriweather), Ross Elliott (Charles Merriweather)
  • With: K.T. Stevens (Mrs. Virginia Grant), Bernard Fein (Private Investigator I.L. Gluckman), Nesdon Booth (Prosecuting Attorney), Richard Reeves (Patrolman), Gil Perkins (Jake Harbor)
  • And: Edward Binns (Lieutenant Giddeon)
  • Teleplay By: John Kneubuhl
  • Based on the Novel By: Lionel White
  • Directed By: John Brahm
  • Ep: 22
  • The Fingers of Fear
  • Co-Starred: Nehemiah Persoff (Lieutenant Jim Wagner), Robert Middleton (Ohrback)
  • With: Kevin Hagen (Sergeant Spivak), Dick Wessel (Mr. Zimmer), Thayer Roberts (Mr. Merriman), Robert J. Stevenson (Dr. Lascoe), Sam Gilman (Officer Pat Dutton), Ted deCorsia (Police Commissioner Putnam), Richard Travis (Mr. Carter), Jan Brooks (Mary Wagner), Lucy Prentis (Saleswoman), Rodolfo Hoyos (Leather Store Owner Martinez), Angela Greene (Mrs. Carlisle), Nina Varela (Mama Salerno)
  • And: H.M. Wynant (Sid)
  • Teleplay By: Robert Hardy Andrews
  • From the Short Story By: Philip MacDonald
  • Directed By: Jules Bricken
  • Note: "The Fingers of Fear" published in THE SATURDAY EVENING POST Mar 1952
  • Ep: 23
  • Well of Doom
  • Co-Starred: Ronald Howard (Robert Penrose), Henry Daniell (Squire Moloch), Torin Thatcher (Jeremy Teal)
  • With: Fintan Meyler (Laura Dunning), Richard Kiel (Master Styx), Billy Beck (Cyril the Chauffeur), Molly Glessing (Miss Price), Diana Bourbon (Laura's Maid)
  • Teleplay By: Donald S. Sanford
  • From the Short Story By: John Clemons
  • Directed By: John Brahm
  • Note: "The Well of Doom" published in THRILLING MYSTERY May 1936
  • Ep: 24
  • The Ordeal of Dr. Cordell
  • Co-Starred: Robert Vaughn (Dr. Frank Cordell), Kathleen Crowley (Dr. Lois Walker)
  • With: Russ Conway (Lieutenant Boutaric), Marlo Thomas (Susan Baker), Helen Brown (Mrs. Heath), Lorrie Richards (Secretary), Norm Williams (Speaker at Pep Rally)
  • And: Robert Ellenstein (Dr. Brauner)
  • Written By: Donald S. Sanford
  • Directed By: Lazlo Benedek
  • Ep: 25
  • Trio For Terror
  • Starred: Reginald Owen (The Hussar), John Abbott (Kriss Milo), Robin Hughes (Collins), Michael Pate (Shanner), Richard Lupino (Simon)
  • With: Terence de Marney (Uncle Julian)
  • And: Noel Drayton (Superintendent), Peter Brocco (Major Domo), Richard Peel (Inspector), Richard Flato (Croupier), Jacqueline Squire (Old Woman), Iris Bristol (Katie), Francis Bethencourt (Ashton), Gil Stuart (Train Guard), Nelson Welch (Doctor), George Pelling (Reporter)
  • Teleplay By: Barre Lyndon
  • From Short Stories By: Stephen Grendon & Wilkie Collins & Nelson Bond
  • Directed By: Ida Lupino
  • Note1: "The Extra Passenger" written by Stephen Grendon (aka August Derleth) and published in WEIRD TALES Jan 1947 starred Richard Lupino (Simon), Terence de Marney (Uncle Julian), Iris Bristol (Katie), Gil Stuart (Train Guard), Nelson Welch (Doctor)
  • Note2: "A Terribly Strange Bed" written by Wilkie Collins and published in HOUSEHOLD WORDS Apr 1852 starred Reginald Owen (The Hussar), Robin Hughes (Collins), Peter Brocco (Major Domo), Richard Flato (Croupier), Jacqueline Squire (Old Woman), Francis Bethencourt (Ashton)
  • Note3: "The Mask of Medusa" by Nelson Bond published in BLUE BOOK Dec 1945 starred John Abbott (Kriss Milo), Michael Pate (Shanner), Noel Drayton (Superintendent), Richard Peel (Inspector), George Pelling (Reporter)
  • Ep: 26
  • Papa Benjamin
  • Starred: John Ireland (Eddie Wilson), Jeanne Bal (Judy Wilson), Robert H. Harris (Jerry Roberts)
  • With: Henry Scott (Tommy Statts), Peter Forster (Inspector Daniels), Jester Hairston (Papa Benjamin), Alex Finlayson (Doctor with Nurse), Caleb Peterson (First Doctor), Cora C. Lang (Nurse), Alibe Copage (Voodoo Dancer)
  • Teleplay By: John Kneubuhl
  • From a Short Story By: Cornell Woolrich
  • Directed By: Ted Post
  • Note: "Dark Melody of Madness" published in DIME MYSTERY Jul 1935
  • Ep: 27
  • Late Date
  • Starred: Larry Pennell (Larry Weeks)
  • With: Jody Fair (Helen Weeks), Chris Seitz (Sid), Richard Reeves (Truck Driver), Stuart Randall (Sergeant Crowell), Steve Mitchell (Gordon), Stuffy Singer (Art Brinkerhoff), Judy Crowder (Judy Singer), Ruth Warren (Larry's Neighbor Mrs. Rooney)
  • And: Edward Platt (Jim Weeks)
  • Teleplay By: Donald S. Sanford
  • From a Short Story By: Cornell Woolrich
  • Directed By: Herschel Daugherty
  • Note: "The Corpse and the Kid" published in DIME DETECTIVE Sep 1935
  • Ep: 28
  • Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper
  • Starred: John Williams (Sir Guy), Donald Woods (Dr. John Carmody), Edmon Ryan (Captain Pete Jago), Adam Williams (Hymie Kralik), Nancy Valentine (Arlene), Ransom Sherman (Police Commissioner), Sam Gilman (Police Lieutenant), Pamela Curran (Second Victim), Jill Livesey (First Victim), Johnny Melfi (Dr. Fisher), Gloria Blondell (Maggie Radevik), J. Pat O'Malley (Street Singer), Ralph Clanton (Lester Baston), Ottola Nesmith (Rowena), Art Lewis (Bearded Artist)
  • And: Miss Beverly Hills (Herself)
  • Teleplay By: Barre Lyndon
  • From a Short Story By: Robert Bloch
  • Directed By: Ray Milland
  • Note: "Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper" published in WEIRD TALES Jul 1943
  • Ep: 29
  • The Devil's Ticket
  • Starred: Macdonald Carey (Hector Vane), Joan Tetzel (Marie Vane), John Emery (Pawnbroker)
  • With: Robert Cornthwaite (Mr. Spengler), Hayden Rorke (Dr. Frank), Bartlett Robinson (Art Critic), Audrey Swanson (Nurse)
  • And: Patricia Medina (Nadja)
  • Teleplay By: Robert Bloch
  • From the Short Story By: Robert Bloch
  • Directed By: Jules Bricken
  • Note: "The Devil's Ticket" published in WEIRD TALES Sep 1944
  • Ep: 30
  • Parasite Mansion
  • Starred: Pippa Scott (Marcia Elizabeth Hunter), Jeanette Nolan (Granny Harrod), James Griffith (Victor Harrod), Tommy Nolan (Rennie Harrod), Beverly Washburn (Lollie Harrod)
  • Teleplay By: Donald S. Sanford
  • From the Short Story By: Mary Elizabeth Counselman
  • Directed By: Herschel Daugherty
  • Note: "Parasite Mansion" published in WEIRD TALES Jan 1942
  • Ep: 31
  • A Good Imagination
  • Starred: Edward Andrews (Frank Logan), Patricia Barry (Louise Chase Logan), Ed Nelson (George Parker)
  • With: Ken Lynch (Joe Thorp), Britt Lomond (Arnold Chase), Mary Grace Canfield (Celia Perry), Jim Bannon (Sheriff), Glenn Strange (Indian)
  • And: William Allyn (Randy Hagen)
  • Teleplay By: Robert Bloch
  • From the Short Story By: Robert Bloch
  • Directed By: John Brahm
  • Note: "A Good Imagination" published in SUSPECT DETECTIVE STORIES Feb 1956
  • Ep: 32
  • Mr. George
  • Starred: Virginia Gregg (Edna Leggett), Howard Freeman (Jared Leggett), Lillian Bronson (Adelaide Leggett), Gina Gillespie (Priscilla), Joan Tompkins (Laura Craig), John Qualen (Streetcar Conductor), Ruth Perrott (Mrs. Noonan)
  • Teleplay By: Donald S. Sanford
  • From the Short Story By: Stephen Grendon
  • Directed By: Ida Lupino
  • Note: "Mr. George" published in WEIRD TALES Mar 1947
  • Ep: 33
  • The Terror in Teakwood
  • Starred: Guy Rolfe (Vladimir Vicek), Hazel Court (Leonie Vicek), Charles Aidman (Jerry Welch)
  • With: Vladimir Sokoloff (Papa Glockstein), Reggie Nalder (Gafke the Graverobber), Linda Watkins (Sylvia Slattery), Bernard Fein (Stage Manager), George Kane (Sonny the Photographer), John Craven (Dr. Hilton), Monica Henreid (Miss Curtis)
  • Teleplay By: Alan Caillou
  • From the Short Story By: Harold Lawlor
  • Directed By: Paul Hanreid
  • Note: "The Terror in Teakwood" published in WEIRD TALES Mar 1947
  • Ep: 34
  • The Prisoner in the Mirror
  • Starred: Lloyd Bochner (Professor Harry Langham), Marion Ross (Kay Forrest), Jack Mullaney (Fred Forrest), Pat Michon (Yvette Dulaine), David Frankham (Marquis Robert de Chantenay), Peter Brocco (Professor Thibault), Pamela Curran (Laura), Walter Reed (Sergeant Burke), Frieda Inescourt (De Chantenay's Mother), Erika Peters (Marie Blanchard), Louis Mercier (Monsieur Armand)
  • With: Henry Daniell (Count Alexander Cagliostro)
  • Written By: Robert Arthur
  • Directed By: Herschel Daugherty
  • Note: "The Mirror of Count Cagliostro" episode of THE MYSTERIOUS TRAVELER radio show Nov 15/49
  • Ep: 35
  • Dark Legacy
  • Starred: Harry Townes (Mario Asparos / Radan Asparos), Ilka Windish (Monika Asparos), Richard Hale (Lars Eisenhart), Doris Lloyd (Mrs. Edith Pringle), Ned Glass (Vince Fennaday), Milton Parsons (Butler)
  • With: Alan Napier (The Attorney)
  • And: Henry Silva (Toby Wolfe)
  • Written By: John Tomerlin
  • Directed By: John Brahm
  • Ep: 36
  • Pigeons From Hell
  • Starred: Brandon deWilde (Timothy Branner), Crahan Denton (Sheriff Buckner)
  • With: Ken Renard (Jacob Blount), David Whorf (Johnny Branner), Guy Wilkerson (Howard), Ottola Nesmith (Eula Lee Blassenville)
  • Teleplay By: John Kneubuhl
  • From the Short Story By: Robert E. Howard
  • Directed By: John Newland
  • Note: "Pigeons From Hell" published in WEIRD TALES May 1938
  • Ep: 37
  • The Grim Reaper
  • Starred: William Shatner (Paul Graves), Natalie Schafer (Beatrice Graves), Elizabeth Allen (Dorothy Lyndon), Scott Merrill (Gerald Keller), Fifi D'Orsay (Toinette), Paul Newlan (Sergeant Bernstein), Robert Cornthwaite (Mr. Phillips)
  • And: Henry Daniell (Pierre Radin)
  • Teleplay By: Robert Bloch
  • From a Short Story By: Harold Lawlor
  • Directed By: Herschel Daugherty
  • Note: "The Black Madonna" published in WEIRD TALES May 1947


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