Radio Detective Story Hour Episode 178 – Frightened City (Suspense)

Frank Lovejoy

Frank Lovejoy

This podcast looks at a rare event in radio when a number of elements coalesce with a brilliant actor, producer, director, writer all creating an excellent production. This Suspense episode called “Frightened City” stars Frank Lovejoy, with his gritty cynical way of speaking and is written by the dual experience radio script writing team of Morton Fine & David Friedkin. Finally, topping it out is producer, director extraordinaire – Elliott Lewis.

“Frightened City” is a taut suspenseful ride that is full of exciting gripping scenes.

Music under is Poor Butterfly performed by Sonny Rollins.

4 Responses to Radio Detective Story Hour Episode 178 – Frightened City (Suspense)

  1. Tom says:

    Great episode, everything you said it would be! Thanks for posting it!

  2. Dick Backus says:

    Jim,
    First, thanks very much for everything you do for OTR fans.
    Have you ever considered putting together a compilation of your “music unders”.
    Your tastes are impeccable and you have introduced me to some stuff I probably would never have heard.
    Thanks again,
    Dick

  3. jwidner says:

    Thanks, Dick. Problem is that in full, the music I use is copyrighted and if I remove the stuff over it, I would have to pay full rights. So a compilation of the music would require more work and legal rambling than I could do.

    Sometimes I forget to identify the music, so feel free to ask. Often I try to point one to the links, but not always as all is from my own collection and I can’t always find it anymore on a link.

    I am pretty eclectic in my tastes though they run toward many forms of jazz and classical.

  4. Josh says:

    This is long overdue. I have been listening to your show for years now. Your music selection and commentary set the mood and make for a great listening experience. I really enjoy your show.

    Thanks so much!

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