Join radio's super sleuth as he stamps out the "weed of crime" in the most definitive collection of Shadow adventures ever assembled. No matter how evil the villain, how heinous the crime, there's only one person who can make sure that justice prevails-the man who is "never seen only heard." This 20-hour collection features the 40 best episodes of The Shadow, including the program premier and the debuts of Bill Johnstone and Bret Morrison in the title role. It also includes a 32-page behind-the-scenes booklet. STARRING ORSON WELLES The Death House Rescue 9-26-37 The Circle of Death 11-28-37 The Death Triangle 12-12-37 The Society of the Living Dead 1-23-38 The Plot Murder 2-27-38 The White Legion 3-20-38 The Hypnotized Audience 3-27-38 Message from the Hills 5-22-38 STARRING BILL JOHNSTONE Traffic in Death 9-25-38 Night Without End 10-16-38 Appointment with Death 3-12-39 Can the Dead Talk? 3-19-39 Mansion of Madness 11-5-39 The Shadow Returns 11-19-39 The Sandhog Murders 11-26-39 The Voice of Death 12-8-40 Joey's Christmas Story 12-22-40 The Shadow Challenged 1-19-41 The Chess Club Murders 2-23-41 The Ghost Walks Again 3-16-41 The Case of the Three Frightened Policemen 11-16-41 The Ring of Light 11-23-41 The Wailing Corpse 11-8-42 STARRING BRET MORRISON The Gibbering Things 9-26-43 Death to The Shadow 3-12-44 The Living Head 2-10-46 The Valley of Living Terror 10-13-46 Blood Money 10-20-46 Gang Doctor 11-24-46 The Devil Takes a Wife 12-8-46 Scent of Death 2-2-47 Spider Boy 6-1-47 The Phantom of the Lighthouse 9-7-47 The Curse of the Gypsies 10-5-47 Murder and the Medium 11-30-47 The Chill of Death 1-4-48 The Bones of the Dragon 1-11-48 Death and the Black Fedora 1-18-48 One Dead and Two to Go 2-1-48 Preview of Terror 6-5-49
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The Shadow based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
The Shadow radio show was probably one of the greatest of the old-time radio shows; yes, even more popular that the Superman radio show. The Shadow radio show ran for over 20 years, and ended because TV stole away radio's audience in the mid-1950s. This is a great collection especially if you've already got many of the radio shows on cassette and are looking to upgrade to CD.
We have kept these stories in the car for whenever we get bored. Great stories but technically challenged audio. The stories are familiar to us but good to keep listening to as the years go by.