X Minus One

April 22, 1955 to January 27, 1973
127 episodes known to exist
X Minus One was a half-hour science fiction radio drama series broadcast from April 24, 1955 to January 9, 1958 in various timeslots on NBC. More on Wikipedia
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X Minus One
April 22, 1955 - January 27, 1973
127 episodes known to exist
Director: Daniel Sutter
Announcer: Fred Collins
Script/adaptations: George Lefferts, Ernest Kinoy
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April 22, 1955 
And the Moon Be Still As Bright 
Audition Show - An expedition to Mars finds all the Martians dead due to chickenpox brought to them by previous Earthmen expeditions. All the men except for one sets about destroying Martian artifacts. Ernest Kinoy wrote the radio play and the cast included John Larkin and Nelson Olmstead. Writer: Ray Bradbury 
30:00 

 
April 24, 1955 
No Contact 
Premiere Show - There is a barrier of some kind that the Earth ships keep crashing into..or so they think. George Lefferts wrote the story. The cast includes Luis Van Rooten, Donald Buka, Wendell Holmes and Bill Griffis. Writer: George Lefferts 
29:40 

 
May 1, 1955 
The Parade 
The Martians hire an ad agency to stage a parade which will herald their arrival. The original story is by George Lefferts. The cast members include Joseph Curten, Barry Kroeger and Alexander Scourby. Writer: George Lefferts 
30:00 

 
May 8, 1955 
Mars Is Heaven 
An Earth expedition finds that the houses on Mars look just like Earth 1920's houses. The story is adapted by Ernest Kinoy. The cast includes Wendell Holmes, Peter Kapell, Bill Zuckert, Bill Lipton, Margaret Curlen, Bill Griffis, Ken Williams, Ethel Everett and Edwin Jerome. Writer: Ray Bradbury 
30:00 

 
May 15, 1955 
Universe 
Generations of people traveling in a giant spaceship have lost track of who they are and what they set out to do. They think that their ship is the Universe. The script is by George Lefferts. The cast includes Donald Buka, Peter Kapell, Bill Griffis, Abby Lewis, Edgar Stehli, Jason Seymour and Ian Martin. Writer: Robert Heinlein 
30:00 

 
May 22, 1955 
Knock 
The last man on Earth sat alone in a room. There was a knock on the door. The script is by Ernest Kinoy. The cast includes Alexander Scourby, Laurie March and Luis Van Rooten as the literal-minded alien. Writer: Fredric Brown 
30:00 

 
May 29, 1955 
The Man in the Moon 
During a Federal Missing Persons bulletin a sos is heard. When they find out where it was broadcast from, they don't believe it since no one has been to the Moon yet. George Lefferts wrote the script. The stars are Luis Van Rooten, Santos Ortega, Ross Martin, Sidney Smith, Bob Hague, Joe De Santis and Ed Lattimer. Writer: George Lefferts 
30:00 

 
June 5, 1955 
Perigi's Wonderful Dolls 
A government official's daughter finds a doll maker in Washington that makes talking dolls. The script is by George Lefferts. The cast included Les Damon, Joan and Denise Alexander, Joe De Santis and Leon Janney. Writer: George Lefferts 
30:00 

 
July 7, 1955 
The Green Hills of Earth 
This is the tale of the blind singer of the spaceways and his songs. Adapted by Ernest Kinoy. The cast members were Ken Williams, Nelson Olmsted, Mat Crowley, Wendell Holmes and Bill Griffis. Writer: Robert Heinlein 
30:00 

 
July 14, 1955 
Dr. Grimshaw's Sanitorium 
The story starts with narration about what was found in the cover of a fountain pen, then, a detective tells his account of what he found out about the sanitorium. The story is adapted by George Lefferts. Writer: Fletcher Pratt 
30:00 

 
10 
July 21, 1955 
Nightmare 
A computer operator discovers that there is an increasing rate of accidents. The original story is by George Lefferts. And it features John Gibson, Joyce Gordon, Luis Van Rooten, Joe Jullian and Santos Ortega. Writer: Stephen Vincent Binet 
30:00 

 
11 
July 28, 1955 
The Embassy 
A man appears at a detective agency wanting to hire them to find the Martians that he says are on Earth. The script is by George Lefferts. The cast includes Joseph Julian and Barry Kroger. Writer: Donald Wollheim 
30:00 

 
12 
August 4, 1955 
The Veldt 
In the future, children can change the walls in their nursery to any location or theme they want. These kids like the African desert with lions. The story is adapted by Ernest Kinoy. Heard in the program were Mary Patton, Bill Quinn, David Pfeffer, Beverley Lunsford, Charles Penman, and John Larkin. Writer: Ray Bradbury 
30:00 

 
13 
August 11, 1955 
Almost Human 
A criminal takes over an android for proper training and has the tables turned on him as the android is almost human. George Lefferts wrote the story. The cast includes Santos Ortega, Joan Allison, Jack Grimes, Guy Repp, Nat Pollen, Joseph Julian and Lin Cook. Writer: Robert Bloch 
30:00 

 
14 
August 18, 1955 
Courtesy 
The story takes place on the planet Landro where explorers need help from the natives for a serum that they don't have with them. Writer: Clifford D. Simak 
30:00 

 
15 
August 25, 1955 
Cold Equation 
This is the tale of a female stowaway aboard an emergency ship bound for her husband's planet. She finds out what it means not to have enough fuel. George Lefferts did the script. The cast members were Court Benson and Jill Meredith. Writer: Tom Godwin 
30:00 

 
16 
September 1, 1955 
Shanghaied 
This is the tale of a man kidnapped onto a star ship on the eve of his wedding. He also owns the fleet. The script is by Ernest Kinoy. The cast members were Lyle Sudrow, Luis Van Rooten, Jack Tarpley, Jack Grimes, Jim Dukas, Ross Martin, Bob Dryden, Sid Raymond and Ivor Francis. Writer: Ernest Kinoy 
30:00 

 
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September 8, 1955 
The Martian Death March 
A youth accompanies spider like Martians in their last trek from Earth imposed reservations to their mountain homes. The cast includes Ralph Bell, David Seffer, Dick Hamilton, Roger DeKoven and Lawrence Kerr. Writer: Ernest Kinoy 
30:00 

 
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September 15, 1955 
The Castaways 
The military is having trouble moving natives off a Pacific island that is going to be used for a bomb test. They say they won't go because their ancestors were castaways from the bird canoe. The cast includes Karl Weber, Staats Cotsworth, Bob Hastings, Joe Julian, Roger De Koven, Luis Van Rooten, Leon Janney, Stan Early and Reese Taylor. Writer: Ernest Kinoy 
30:00 

 
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September 22, 1955 
And the Moon Be Still As Bright 
An expedition to Mars finds all the Martians dead due to chickenpox brought to them by previous Earthmen expeditions. All the men except for one sets about destroying Martian artifacts. Ernest Kinoy wrote the radio play and the cast included John Larkin and Nelson Olmstead. Rebroadcast of the 4-22-55 program. Writer: Ray Bradbury 
30:00 

 
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October 6, 1955 
First Contact 
Two ships meet in a remote galaxy and each wants to know where the other is from and each dosen't want the other to know. Story adapted by Rodman. The actors were Bob Hastings, Wendell Holmes, Clark Gordon, William Malley. Writer: Murray Leinster 
30:00 

 
21 
October 20, 1955 
Child's Play 
A man accidently receives a build a man kit from the future. The story is adapted by George Lefferts. The cast includes Leon Janney, and Karl Weber. Writer: Welliam Tenn 
30:00 

 
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October 27, 1955 
Requiem 
This is the story of a millionaire that wants to die on the moon. Adapted by Ernest Kinoy. Stars JoeDe Santis, Jim Boles, and John McGovern. Writer: Robert Heinlein 
30:00 

 
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November 3, 1955 
Hello, Tomorrow 
In the future after the atomic wars, people live under ground and mate scientifically. The script is by George Lefferts. The cast includes John Larkin and Jan Minor. Writer: George Lefferts 
30:00 

 
24 
November 10, 1955 
Dewllers in Silence 
Earthmen return to Earth after the atomic war has ravaged their planet and find an old scientist with his youthful family. The story is adapted by George Lefferts. The cast includes Anne Seymour, Karl Weber, Ted Osborne. Writer: Ray Bradbury 
25:24 

 
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November 16, 1955 
The Outer Limit 
An experimental rocket plane disappears for ten hours when there was only ten minutes fuel aboard. The story is adapted by Ernest Kinoy. It stars Joe Julian, Wendell Holmes, Joe De Santis, Bob Hastings, and James Dukas. Writer: Graham Dorr 
28:12 

 
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November 23, 1955 
Zero Hour 
Two stories. The first deals with an automated house after an atomic war that has no one to serve. The second one is about children playing a game all over the world at the same time called "Invasion". Adapted by George Lefferts. The cast includes Nina Rieter, David Seffer, Peggy Luman, Les Damon, Rolly Bester, Bob Hastings and John Larkin. Writer: Ray Bradbury 
14:25 

 
27 
November 30, 1955 
Vital Factor 
A ruthless tycoon desires space travel at all costs. The cast includes Raymond Edward Johnson, Luis Van Rooten and John McGovern. Writer: Nelson Bond 
29:30 

 
28 
December 7, 1955 
Nightfall 
This is the planet that has night only once every 2500 years. That night is approaching and all records have been lost from the last nightfall. Adapted by Ernest Kinoy. The cast members include: Wendell Holmes, John Larkin, Santos Ortega, Mercer McLeod, Alan Collins, Bob Hastings. Writer: Isaac Asimov 
30:26 

 
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December 14, 1955 
To the Future 
A couple tourists in Mexico are approached by a man that says they are from the future. The script is by Ernest Kinoy. The cast includes John Larkin and Jan Minor. Writer: Ray Bradbury 
29:08 

 
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December 21, 1955 
Marionettes, Inc. 
Tale of husbands that buy androids for the times that they want to go out without their wives. Adapted by George Lefferts. Arthur Cole, Les Damon, Dick Hamilton, Carl Swenson, Ted Getz, Bob Hastings, Fredericka Chandler and Ginger Jones were the cast members. Writer: Ray Bradbury 
29:20 

 
31 
December 28, 1955 
A Logic Named Joe 
Computers take over all needs for humans in this tale that takes place in the future. The cast includes Mandel Kramer, Wendell Holmes, Guy Repp, William Zuckert, Bob Hastings and Joe Jullian. Writer: Murray Leinster 
29:06 

 
32 
January 4, 1956 
The Roads Must Roll 
Story of future transportation when rolling roads move people and goods, and the men who take care of them. The script is by Ernest Kinoy. The cast includes Wendell Holmes, Ralph Bell and many more. Writer: Robert Heinlein 
28:42 

 
33 
January 11, 1956 
Time and Time Again 
A soldier is wounded in a future war and is transported back to 1945 when he was thirteen years-old with his future memory and past memory intact. The cast includes Jack Grimes, Peter Fernandez, Joe De Santis, Joe Bell, Clark Gordon, Herm Dinken, Dick Hamilton and James Dukas. Writer: H. Beam Piper 
30:51 

 
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January 18, 1956 
Perigi's Wonderful Dolls 
A government official's daughter finds a doll maker in Washington that makes talking dolls. The script is by George Lefferts. The cast included Les Damon, Joan and Denise Alexander, Joe De Santis and Leon Janney. Repeat of the 6-5-55 PROGRAM. Writer: George Lefferts 
28:20 

 
35 
January 25, 1956 
The Parade 
The Martians hire an ad agency to stage a parade which will herald their arrival. The original story is by George Lefferts. The cast members include Joseph Curten, Barry Kroeger and Alexander Scourby. Repeat of the 5-1-55 PROGRAM. Writer: George Lefferts 
27:34 

 
36 
February 1, 1956 
Cave of Night 
A malfunction strands the first astronaut in orbit. The cast includes Alexander Scourby and Bob Hastings. Writer: James E. Gunn 
31:08 

 
37 
February 8, 1956 
C-Chute 
A ship from Earth is captured by chlorine breathing aliens and a group of the passengers debate if they should stay captives or fight to escape. The script is by George Lefferts. The cast includes John Gibson, Lyle Sudrow, Stan Early, Bob Hastings, Mercer McLeod and Danny Auchal. Bill McCord substituting for Fred Collins as announcer. Writer: Isaac Isimov 
29:26 

 
38 
February 15, 1956 
Skulking Permit 
This is the tale of inhabitants of a planet that change their way of life to impress Earth, with how Earth like they can be. Ernest Kinoy adapted the script and the players were Dick Hamilton, Wendell Holmes, Joe De Santis, Joseph Bolland, Alan Hewitt, Bill Quinn, Mandel Kramer and Ruby Dee. Writer: Robert Sheckley 
29:05 

 
39 
February 22, 1956 
Junkyard 
A galactic survey ship finds a lot of discarded alien machine parts on a low grade planet. When they get ready to leave the crew has forgotten how to power the ship. George Lefferts wrote the script. The cast members were Jack Orrison, and John Larkin, Bob Hastings, Mercer McLeod and Stan Early. Writer: Clifford D. Simac 
29:29 

 
40 
February 29, 1956 
Hello, Tomorrow 
In the future after the atomic wars, people live under ground and mate scientifically. The script is by George Lefferts. The cast includes John Larkin and Jan Minor. Repeat of the 11-3-55 PROGRAM. Writer: George Lefferts 
24:51 

 
41 
March 7, 1956 
A Gun For Dinosaur 
This is the story of time travel and hunting Dinosaurs in the past. The script is by Ernest Kinoy. The story stars Alistair Duncan, Wendell Holmes, John Gibson, Donald Buka, Warren Parker and Alan Hewett. Writer: L. Sprague DeCamp 
29:14 

 
42 
March 14, 1956 
Tunnel Under the World 
June 15th keeps repeating each day with a little change each day. George Lefferts wrote the script. Norman Rose, Dean L. Olmquist, Amy Sedell, Elaine Ross, Bob Hastings, Ken Raffitte and Larry Haines were in the cast. Writer: Fredrik Pohl 
30:11 

 
43 
March 21, 1956 
$1000 a Plate 
An observatory on Mars has a problem with Las Vegas fire works fogging up their photographic plates. Ernest Kinoy wrote the script. The stars are Bob Hastings, Carl Swenson, Mandel Kramer, Mercer McLeod, Alan Hewitt and Ralph Bell. Writer: Jack McKenty 
29:21 

 
44 
March 28, 1956 
A Pail of Air 
A boy narrates tale of cold, almost airless Earth. The Earth was pulled away from it's orbit by a passing comet when he was an infant and his family live in a nest. Script by George Lefferts. The cast includes Ronnie Liss, Pamela Fitzmorris, Dick Hamilton and Joe De Santis. Writer: Fritz Leiber 
29:37 

 
45 
April 3, 1956 
How-To 
The tale of a guy that sets out to put together a dog kit and winds up with an intelligent robot. William Welch adapted the script. Alan Bunce, Ann Seymour, Les Demon, Joe Bell Jane Bunce, Santos Ortega and Ben Grauer were in the cast. Writer: Clifford D. Simak 
29:24 

 
46 
April 10, 1956 
Star Bright 
(ANNOUNCER CRACKS UP DURING OPENING) A tale of a little girl that is the vanguard of a new homo sapiens superior. Adapted by George Lefferts. The stars were Sarah Fussell, Lawson Zerbe, Bill Quin, Billy Harris, Kate Wilkinson and Ralph Bell. Writer: Mark Clifton 
29:26 

 
47 
April 17, 1956 
Jaywalker 
A rocket pilot and his wife are breaking up because of the dangers in his job. But, her pregnacy causes a jaywalker problem when the ship's routine has to be changed. George Lefferts script. The cast includes Bob Hastings, R.E. Johnson, Terri Keane and Connie Leinke. Writer: Ross Rocklynne 
30:23 

 
48 
April 24, 1956 
The Sense of Wonder 
Another Spaceship "Universe". George Lefferts wrote the script. The cast includes James Bunce, Bill Quinn, Edwin Jerome, Vera Allen, Rita Lloyd and Joe De Santis. Writer: Milton Lesser 
27:27 

 
49 
May 1, 1956 
Sea Legs 
Story of a colonist heading for Earth after sixteen years. He finds Earth and Earthmen not to his liking. The script is by George Lefferts. The cast members were Bill Redfield, James Stevens, Stan Early, Charles Penman, James Dukas, Dick Hamilton, Jack Orrison, Jack Grimes, Craig MacDonald, Ralph Bell, Kermit Murdock and Frederick Chandler. Writer: Frank Petrocchi 
30:18 

 
50 
May 8, 1956 
The Seventh Order 
A blue robot tells a college campus faculty member that he is on Earth to study the planet for occupation. The script is by George Lefferts. The cast includes James Monks, Nelson Olmstead, Kate Wilkinson, James Rafferty, Dick Hamilton, Reese Taylor, Jim Stevens, Bob Hastings, Wayne Chapel and W.W. Chaplin. Writer: Jerry Sohl 
29:12 

 
51 
May 15, 1956 
Hallucination Orbit 
A tale of a spaceman orbiting Pluto. Did he or did he imagine what he saw? The script is by Ernest Kinoy. It Stars William Redfield, John Larkin, Vera Allen, John Moore, Terri Keane, Dick Hamilton and Hope Risman. Writer: J.T. MacIntosh 
30:18 

 
52 
May 22, 1956 
The Defenders 
East and West make war above ground with robots while both sides live underground ... or do they? The script is by George Lefferts. Lydia Bruce, Warren Parker, Grant Richards, Mike Ingram and Stan Early were cast members. Writer: Phillip K. Dick 
29:32 

 
53 
May 29, 1956 
Lulungameena 
Realistic tale of personalities in the galaxy on a grand central station world. The script is by George Lefferts. The stars were Ralph Camargo, Ned Weaver, Jack Grimes, Bob Hastings and Kermit Murdock. Writer: Gordon R. Dickson 
28:32 

 
54 
June 5, 1956 
Project Mastadon 
(5 MIN OF NEWS AT END) The tale of time travel and the possibilities of setting up a colony in prehistoric America. The script is by Ernest Kinoy. The cast members were Floyd Mack, Dick Hamilton, Charles Penman, Raymond Edward Johnson, Frank Maxwell, Bob Hastings, John Larkin and Joe Julian. Writer: Clifford Simak 
29:31 

 
55 
June 12, 1956 
If You Was a Moklin 
(5 MIN OF NEWS AT END) Natives of a planet have an uncanny imitative property exercised in producing their off spring. The story is adapted by Ernest Kinoy. And stars Joe Julian, Patricia Weil, Karl Weber and Ralph Camargo. Writer: Murray Leinster 
29:50 

 
56 
June 19, 1956 
Project Trojan 
(5 MIN OF NEWS AT END) Tale that relates to the World War II scheme of the British to fool the Nazis into thinking they have a secret weapon. The story is adapted by Ernest Kinoy. The cast members included Berford Hampton, Alistair Duncan, Ivor Francis, Alfred Shirley, Bill Quinn & was narrated by Alfred Isliff. Writer: Ernerst Kinoy 
29:36 

 
57 
June 26, 1956 
Wherever You May Be 
(5 MIN OF NEWS AT END) Tale of a guy that gives a ride to a run a way girl. He tries to get away away from her when he suspects she is a witch. The story is adapted by Ernest Kinoy. The cast members were William Redfield, Patsy O'Shea and Jack Orrison. Writer: James E. Gunn 
29:15 

 
58 
July 3, 1956 
Mr. Costello, Hero 
Tale of a sinister man and his effect on people around him. The story was adapted by George Lefferts. The cast included Wendell Holmes, Mandel Kramer, Bob Hastings, Joe De Santis, Terri Keane, James Stevens and Raymond Edward Johnson. Writer: Theodore Sturgeon 
29:23 

 
59 
July 10, 1956 
Bad Medicine 
A homicidal Earth man accidentally buys a Martian psychiatric machine. The script is by George Lefferts. The cast members are Cliff Carpenter, Bill Griffis, Alan Manson, Joe Julian and Norman Rose plays the confused machine. Writer: Finn O'Donovan 
28:51 

 
60 
July 17, 1956 
The Old Die Rich 
This is the tale of old people with large bank accounts that are found starved to death. Ernest Kinoy adapted the script. The cast members were were Jim Bowles, Jan Minor, Bill Zuckert, Guy Repp, Wendell Holmes, and Ralph Camargo. Writer: H.L. Gold 
29:14 

 
61 
July 24, 1956 
Stars Are the Styx 
This is the story of the lives aboard a space station that is the jumping off place for colonies. The story is adapted by Ernest Kinoy. Included in the cast were Craig MacDonald, Patsy O'Shea, Dick Hamilton, Charlotte Manson and Bob Hastings. Writer: Theodore Sturgeon 
29:53 

 
62 
July 31, 1956 
Student Body 
An unusual life form is discovered by an exploration team on another planet. The story was adapted by Ernest Kinoy. The cast members were John Radee, Bob Hastings, Kate Wilkinson, Jim Stevens, Charles Carou, and M.E. Joels. Writer: F.L. Wallace 
29:17 

 
63 
August 7, 1956 
The Last Martian 
This is the tale of a newspaperman investigating a man's claim that he is a Martian placed in a human's body. George Lefferts wrote the script. Mandel Kramer, Elliot Reed, Santos Ortega, Ralph Bell, John McGovern, and Patricia Weil were in the radio cast. Writer: Fredric Brown 
30:02 

 
64 
August 14, 1956 
The Snowball Effect 
Tale of a university professor and his strange results on the project he is working on. The story was adapted by Ernest Kinoy. The cast includes Ted Osborne, Wendell Holmes, Warren Parker, Arthur Glum, Mary Patton, Patsy O'Shea and Peggy Allenby. Writer: Kathrine MacLean 
29:55 

 
65 
August 28, 1956 
Surface Tension 
Scientists discover the sun will explode in two weeks. The East and West meet to decide how to preserve the human race. The story was adapted by George Lefferts. The radio cast includes Luis Van Rooten, Danny Auchal, Lawson Zerbe, Larry Haines, Mason Adams, Jim Stevens and Bob Hastings. Writer: James Blish 
28:51 

 
66 
September 4, 1956 
Tunnel Under the World 
June 15th keeps repeating each day with a little change each day. George Lefferts wrote the script. Norman Rose, Dean L. Olmquist, Amy Sedell, Elaine Ross, Bob Hastings, Ken Raffitte and Larry Haines were in the cast. Remake of the 3-14-56 Program (with different cast members) Writer: Fredrik Pohl 
29:32 

 
67 
September 11, 1956 
The Lifeboat Mutiny 
Contractors buy a second hand ship to survey a planet not knowing that the ship is a intelligent lifeboat from a cruiser that was at war five hundred years before. The story was adapted by Ernest Kinoy. The cast includes Leon Janney, Mandel Kramer, William Redfield and John McGovern. Writer: Robert Sheckley 
28:37 

 
68 
September 26, 1956 
The Map Makers 
A human computer dies aboard an interstellar space ship and creates a crisis. The script is by Ernest Kinoy. The cast includes John Larkin, Ed Prentiss, Bob Hastings, Tom Collins and Dick Hamilton. Writer: Fredrik Pohl 
30:11 

 
69 
October 3, 1956 
Protective Mimicry 
Uncounterfeitable money is being counterfeited and they want to know how. The story was adapted by Ernest Kinoy. The cast members included Mandel Kramer, Terri Keane, Charles Penman, Dick Hamilton and Wendell Holmes. Writer: Algys Budrys 
29:42 

 
70 
October 10, 1956 
Colony 
While a new planet is being explored objects aboard the space ship start to live. The radio script is by Ernest Kinoy. The cast includes bill Quinn, Fredericka Chandler, John Larkin, James Stevens, Larry Robinson, and Alan Bergman. Writer: Phillip K. Dick 
29:52 

 
71 
October 17, 1956 
Soldier Boy 
Army life after five hundred years of peace. The story was adapted by Ernest Kinoy. The cast includes Larry Haines, Ralph Bell, Alan Hewitt, Bob Hastings, Wendell Holmes and Kermit Murdock. Writer: Michael Shaara 
29:36 

 
72 
October 24, 1956 
Pictures Don't Lie 
Tale of close encounter of the third kind being told by a newspaperman who follows the story of the deciphering of the radio siginals. The story was adapted by Ernest Kinoy. The cast members were Joe De Santis, John Gibson, Sam Grey and Dick Hamilton. Writer: Katherine MacLean 
23:46 

 
73 
October 31, 1956 
Sam, This Is You 
This is the story about a telephone repairman that gets a telephone call from himself from the next week. The stars are Larry Haines & Pat Holsey. Writer: Murray Leinster 
29:08 

 
74 
November 7, 1956 
Appointment in Tomorrow 
Politician scientists and real scientists are at odds in this tale of the future. The story was adapted by Ernest Kinoy. The radio cast members included Ted Osborne, Dean Lymon Olmquist, Pat Holsey, Bob Hastings, Arthur Hughes and Charles Penman. Writer: Fritz Leiber 
29:49 

 
75 
November 14, 1956 
The Martian Death March 
A youth accompanies spider like Martians in their last trek from Earth imposed reservations to their mountain homes. The cast includes Ralph Bell, David Seffer, Dick Hamilton, Roger DeKoven and Lawrence Kerr. Repeat of the 9-8-55 PROGRAM. Writer: Ernest Kinoy 
29:59 

 
76 
November 21, 1956 
Chain of Command 
This is the story of a night watchman at a secret lab who talks with a mouse named George. The script is by George Lefferts. The cast included John McGovern, John Gibson as George and Wendell Holmes. Writer: Steven Arr 
29:28 

 
77 
November 28, 1956 
The Castaways 
The military is having trouble moving natives off a Pacific island that is going to be used for a bomb test. They say they won't go because their ancestors were castaways from the bird canoe. The cast includes Karl Weber, Staats Cotsworth, Bob Hastings, Joe Julian, Roger De Koven, Luis Van Rooten, Leon Janney, Stan Early and Reese Taylor. Remake of the 9-15-55 Program (with different cast members) Writer: Ernest Kinoy 
30:05 

 
78 
December 5, 1956 
There Will Come Soft Rains / Zero Hour 
Two stories. The first deals with an automated house after an atomic war that has no one to serve. The second one is about children playing a game all over the world at the same time called "Invasion". Adapted by George Lefferts. The cast includes Nina Rieter, David Seffer, Peggy Luman, Les Damon, Rolly Bester, Bob Hastings and John Larkin. Repeat of the 11-23-55 PROGRAM. Writer: Ray Bradbury 
29:56 

 
79 
December 12, 1956 
Hostess 
A six legged ambassador is lodging with an Earth couple and seems to be studying them. Are they studying him too? The script is by Ernest Kinoy. The radio cast includes Terri Kean, Les Damon and Kermit Murdock. Writer: Issac Asimov 
30:02 

 
80 
December 19, 1956 
The Reluctant Heroes 
This is the realistic story of a moon base staff. The script is by Ernest Kinoy. The cast includes Mandel Kramer, Jim Grauman, Bob Hastings, Dick Hamilton and Jim Stevens. Writer: Frank M. Robinson 
29:36 

 
81 
December 26, 1956 
Honeymoon in Hell 
A super computer predicts war and with a drop in male births, a couple is sent to the moon for a honeymoon. The script is by George Lefferts. The cast includes Bill Redfield, Wilma Cure, Wendell Holmes, Charles Penman, Leon Janney, Roger De Koven and Jack Grimes. Writer: Fredric Brown 
29:36 

 
82 
January 2, 1957 
The Moon Is Green 
Wanderer in the world after a nuclear war tries to charm a normal girl out of where she is hidden. George Lefferts wrote the script. The cast includes Joyce Gordon, Bill lipton and Ian Martin. Frank Milano was the cat. Writer: Fritz Leiber 
29:21 

 
83 
January 9, 1957 
Saucer of Loneliness 
This is the tale about a girl that was contacted by a flying saucer, but refuses to tell any one what the saucer said to her. The script is by George Lefferts. The cast includes Elaine Ross, Nat Polen, Bill Keane, Jock McGregor, Mandel Kramer and Wendel Holmes. Writer: Theodore Sturgeon 
29:40 

 
84 
January 16, 1957 
The Girls From Earth 
Con men on Mars claim they can provide mail order brides to the miners. George Lefferts wrote the script. The radio cast includes Mandel Kramer, Bob Hastings, John Gibson, Jim Stevens and Dick Hamilton. Writer: Frank M. Robinson 
27:52 

 
85 
January 23, 1957 
Open Warfare 
This is the tale about a guy who meets a perfect golfer. Is he human? The script is by Ernest Kinoy. The cast includes Jack Grimes, Larry Haines and Wendell Holmes. Writer: James E. Gunn 
22:51 

 
86 
January 30, 1957 
Caretaker 
This is the story of a man left on an alien world for several years alone. The script is by Ernest Kinoy. The cast featured Ted Osborne, Bill Lipton, Mason Adams, Raymond Edward Johnson and Betty Kane. Writer: James H. Schmitz 
22:57 

 
87 
February 6, 1957 
Venus Is a Man's World 
This is the future when the females have dominated Earth and the males forced to Venus. A young boy traveling relates the tale of a love affair between his older sister and a Venusian stow away. The script is by Arthur Small. The cast includes Bob Hague, Dennis Beabio, Jarianne Raphael, John Gibson and Fredericka Chandler. Writer: William Tenn 
25:01 

 
88 
February 13, 1957 
The Trap 
Two drunken hunters come upon a machine in the woods and the listener gets their's as well as the alien's view point. The script is by Ernest Kinoy. The radio cast featured Donald Buka, Ralph Bell and Bill Redfield. Writer: Finn O'Donovan 
25:35 

 
89 
February 20, 1957 
Field Study 
A mysterious doctor is investigated. The script is by Jack C. Wilson. Featured in the radio cast were Terri Keane, Les Damon, Santos Ortega, Alfred Shirley and Kermit Murdock. Writer: Peter Phillips 
25:39 

 
90 
February 27, 1957 
Real Gone 
Hep Cat's view of an artist who produces amazing miniature statuary. The original script is by Ernest Kinoy. Jazz disc jockey, Al "Jazzbo" Collins stars, and supporting him were John Barrigray, John McGovern and Harold Huber. Writer: Ernest Kinoy 
22:26 

 
91 
March 6, 1957 
The Seventh Victim 
This is the tale of the future when wars have been abolished and the violence is channeled into a murder game. The script is by Ernest Kinoy. The cast includes Lawson Zerbe, Terri Keane, Frank Maxwell. Ian Martin, and Arthur Hughes. Writer: Robert Sheckley 
25:28 

 
92 
March 13, 1957 
The Lights On Precipice Peak 
Mountain climbers encounter aliens in a glacier after seeing a red glow. The script is by Ernest Kinoy. Featured in the radio cast were Jim Bowles, Joseph Helgeson, Ted Osborne and Court Benson. Writer: Stephen Tall 
22:08 

 
93 
March 20, 1957 
Protection 
A man accidentally acquires an alien protector, who knows every disaster in the world before it happens. The script is by Ernest Kinoy. The radio cast includes Bill Redfield, William Keane and Elliott Reed. Writer: Robert Sheckley 
25:48 

 
94 
March 27, 1957 
At the Post 
Tale of horse players. The radio script is by Ernest Kinoy. Writer: H.L. Gold 
25:34 

 
95 
April 3, 1957 
Martian Sam 
This is the story of the Dodgers baseball team and their Martian player hired by the new owner. The original radio script is by Ernest Kinoy. Writer: Ernest Kinoy Stars: Mandel Kramer as Joe, Santos Ortega as Rabbit, Ivor Francis as Willy, Jack Orison as Baldy, Bob Hastings as Tommy and Bill Zucker as Kurtz 
23:08 

 
96 
April 10, 1957 
Something For Nothing 
This is the tale of a man who finds a "wishing machine", which provides everything he wants, as long as he can keep the rightful owner from getting it back. The radio script is by Ernest Kinoy. The radio cast featured Joe Julian, Danny Auchal, Jock MacGregor, John Gibson, Wendell Holmes, Ralph Bell and Karen Forbes. Writer: Robert Sheckley 
21:52 

 
97 
April 17, 1957 
Discovery of Morniel Mathaway 
A writer teams up with a Greenwich Village artist and endures his ranting so they can shop lift together. Then a man from the future discovers the artist. The radio script is by Ernest Kinoy. The radio cast includes Leon Janney, Guy Repp, Wendell Holmes and Les Damon. Writer: William Tenn 
26:08 

 
98 
April 24, 1957 
Man's Best Friend 
This is the tale of politics eight hundred years from now. The radio script is by Ernest Kinoy. The cast features William Redfield, Wendell Holmes, Santos Ortega, Leona Powers, Raymond Edward Johnson and Bob Hastings. Writer: Evelyn Smith 
26:14 

 
99 
June 20, 1957 
Inside Story 
A reporter is interested in getting the inside story on a leper colony on the planet Druno. The script is by Ernest Kinoy. The cast members are Bob Hastings, Leon Janney, Ralph Bell, Dick Hamilton, Edwin Cooper and Pat Hosley. Writer: Richard Wilson 
20:28 

 
100 
June 27, 1957 
The Category Inventor 
In the future when automation has taken over, men seek to make new jobs. The script is by Ernest Kinoy. The cast includes Nelson Olmstead, Betty Galen, Wendell Holmes, Joe Bell, and Burt Cowlan. Writer: Arthur Wilson 
20:22 

 
101 
July 4, 1957 
Skulking Permit 
This is the tale of inhabitants of a planet that change their way of life to impress Earth, with how Earth like they can be. Ernest Kinoy adapted the script and the players were Dick Hamilton, Wendell Holmes, Joe De Santis, Joseph Bolland, Alan Hewitt, Bill Quinn, Mandel Kramer and Ruby Dee. Remake of the 2-15-56 Program (with different cast members) Writer: Robert Sheckley 
28:02 

 
102 
July 11, 1957 
Early Model 
Scout to an alien planet is to wear a "Protek", a bulky device which protects the wearer. Only these natives that have an British accent figure a way around it. Script is by Ernest Kinoy. The radio cast featured Bob Hastings, Joe Bell, Anthony Campbell Cooper, and Alistair Duncan. Writer: Robert Sheckley 
19:55 

 
103 
July 18, 1957 
The Merchants of Venus 
This is the tale of the problem of keeping colonists on Venus. The radio script is by Ernest Kinoy. The cast featured Jackson Beck, Joe Julian, Bernard Lenrawl, Jarred Reed and Ted Osborne. Writer: A.H. Phelps jr. 
25:30 

 
104 
July 25, 1957 
The Haunted Corpse 
The army is assigned to protect a invention that transposes personalities. William Welch wrote the script. The cast includes Edgar Staley, Walter Black, Dean Lymon Olmquist and Lydia Bruce. Writer: Fredrik Pohl 
19:54 

 
105 
August 1, 1957 
End As a World 
The title tells what the story is about. The radio script is by Ernest Kinoy. The cast includes Jack Grimes, Larry Robinson, Peter Fernandez and Alice Yorman. Writer: F.L. Wallace 
22:35 

 
106 
August 8, 1957 
The Scapegoat 
A alien disguised as old man is rescued by a reporter from muggers, then sponges off him. Ernest Kinoy wrote the script. The cast includes Karl Weber, Wendell Holmes, Jane Aymar, Bobby Alford, Guy Repp and Roger DeKoven. Writer: Richard Maples 
20:08 

 
107 
August 15, 1957 
At the Post 
Tale of horse players. The radio script is by Ernest Kinoy. Remake of the 3-27-57 Program (with different cast members) Writer: H.L. Gold 
26:02 

 
108 
August 22, 1957 
Drop Dead 
A ship lands on a planet where there is only one life form and it's only food. The script is by Ernest Kinoy. Members of the cast were Lawson Zerbe, Ralph Camargo and Joseph Bell. Writer: Clifford D. Simak 
21:05 

 
109 
August 29, 1957 
Volpla 
Man invents small creatures and teaches them to say they are from another world. The radio script is by Ernest Kinoy and Nelson Olmstead starred along with Ann Pitoniak, Adele Newton, Sarah Fussell. Writer: Wyman Guin 
20:27 

 
110 
September 5, 1957 
Saucer of Loneliness 
This is the tale about a girl that was contacted by a flying saucer, but refuses to tell any one what the saucer said to her. The script is by George Lefferts. The cast includes Elaine Ross, Nat Polen, Bill Keane, Jock McGregor, Mandel Kramer and Wendel Holmes. Remake of the 1-9-57 Program (with different cast members) Writer: Theodore Sturgeon 
22:13 

 
111 
September 12, 1957 
The Old Die Rich 
This is the tale of old people with large bank accounts that are found starved to death. Ernest Kinoy adapted the script. The cast members were were Jim Bowles, Jan Minor, Bill Zuckert, Guy Repp, Wendell Holmes, and Ralph Camargo. Remake of the 7-17-56 Program (with different cast members) Also a different ending. Writer: H.L. Gold 
21:56 

 
112 
September 19, 1957 
Tsylana 
In a future "perfect" society a criminal appears. The radio script is by George Lefferts. The cast members are Walter Black, David Ross, Adele Ronson and Guy Repp. Writer: James E. Gunn 
20:37 

 
113 
September 26, 1957 
The Native Problem 
A hermit uses a faster than light drive to reach a planet. Later he is discovered by an expedition from Earth, launched long before he was born and the drive was invented. The radio script is by William Welch. Writer: Robert Sheckley 
20:08 

 
114 
October 3, 1957 
The Wind Is Rising 
Colonists on a windy planet find out that the wind rises. The radio script is by George Lefferts. The cast included Les Damon, Burt Cowian, and Bill Griffis. Writer: Finn O'Donovan 
20:13 

 
115 
October 10, 1957 
Death Wish 
Ship on way to Mars is propelled out of the solar system. The script is by William Welch. The cast includes Ralph Camargo, Maurice Tarplin, Walter Black, and Joe Bell. Writer: Ned Lang 
22:47 

 
116 
October 17, 1957 
Point of Departure 
The discovery of ancient writings, "The Poseidon Tablets" that contain formulas for atomic energy and rocket travel. The script is by Ernest Kinoy. The cast includes Dean Lymon Olmquist, Ron Dawson and Jin Stevens. Writer: Vaughn Shelton 
21:02 

 
117 
October 24, 1957 
The Light 
A crewman has flashbacks on the first trip to the moon. The radio script is by William Welch. The cast includes Karl Weber, David Kurmand and Bob Hastings. Poul Anderson 
19:21 

 
118 
October 31, 1957 
Lulu 
The ship's computer falls in love with the three crew members aboard and decides to elope with them. William Redfield is in the cast. Writer: Clifford D. Simak 
23:58 

 
119 
November 21, 1957 
The Coffin Cure 
The discovery of a cure for the common cold leads to other problems. The script is by Ernest Kinoy. The cast includes Raymond Edward Johnson, Joe Bell, Harvey Hayes and Betty Kane. Writer: Alan E. Nourse 
19:57 

 
120 
November 28, 1957 
Shocktroop 
Aliens of microscopic size conquer a human. The script is by George Lefferts. The cast includes Bernard Lenrawl, Edwin Cooper, John Thomas, and Ralph Camargo. Writer: Daniel Galouye 
20:58 

 
121 
December 12, 1957 
The Haunted Corpse 
The army is assigned to protect a invention that transposes personalities. William Welch wrote the script. The cast includes Edgar Staley, Walter Black, Dean Lymon Olmquist and Lydia Bruce. Remake of the 7-25-57 Program (with different cast members) Writer: Fredrik Pohl 
20:29 

 
122 
December 19, 1957 
Double Dare 
Earth and another planet are debating which has the better technology. They trade a team of scientists to duplicate anything each other can up with. The script is by William Welch. The cast includes Ralph Camargo, Ivor Francis, Michael Ingram and Harvey Hayes. Writer: Robert Silverberg 
21:02 

 
123 
December 26, 1957 
Target One 
Time travelers return to the past to assinate a person that they say has messed up their time period. The script is by George Lefferts. The cast includes Joe Bell, Frank Silvera, D.L. Olmquist, Allen Collins, Guy Repp and Charles Webster. Writer: Fredrik Pohl 
21:28 

 
124 
January 2, 1958 
Prime Difference 
Alan E. Nourse tells a tale about android substitutes. Writer: Alan E. Nourse 
20:08 

 
125 
January 9, 1958 
Gray Flannel Armor 
This is the story about ad men. William Welch adapted the story. The cast members were Guy Repp, Abby Lewis, Pat Hosley, Betty Galen and Fredericka Chandler. This is last show of the series. Writer: Finn O'Donovan 
22:09 

 
126 
January 27, 1973 
The Iron Chancellor 
Experimental Show by Renaissance Radio Features. Taken from the Galaxy Magazine November, 1958 issue, this story is about a maladjusted robot that takes over it's employers. Writer: Robert Silverberg 
28:37 

 
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