First Lady of Suspense Author:Agnes Moorehead The First Lady of "Suspense" on radio's outstanding theatre of thrills in a quartet of tales well-calculated to keep you in .... Suspense! Four complete network programs as originally broadcast on CBS, featuring commercials for Roma Wine, AutoLite and others. — Tape One — SORRY WRONG NUMBER - February 23, 1944 - Miss Moorehead's dramatic tour de f... more »orce in Lucille Fletcher's study in terror about a woman who accidentally overhears a telephone conversation about murder and discovering too late that she is to be the victim. One of the most famous of all the suspense plays, this is her third of eight performances of the drama between 1942 and 1960.
THE YELLOW WALLPAPER - July 29, 1948 - This is the famous short story about a doctor's wife who keeps a journal about the summer home she believes to be haunted.
THE SIGNAL MAN - March 23, 1953 - Adaptation of Charles Dickens' terrifying story about a magazine writer who is mysteriously drawn to a railroad crossing where she used to spend time as a child. Co-starring Joseph Kearns.
DON'T CALL ME MOTHER - January 4, 1953 - A young man's mother is not very pleased when he brings home a young lady for dinner. Co-starring Cathy Lewis and James McCallion.« less