+ The Chase is an exciting Old Time Radio series in which every episode contains, well, a chase. It may be an adventure story, a crime story, or even science fiction, but there will always be a chase. Series Derivatives: Genre: Anthology of Golden Age Radio Mystery Dramas Network(s): NBC Audition Date(s) and Title(s): Unknown Premiere Date(s) and Title(s): 52-04-27 01 Tales Run Dates(s)/ Time(s): 52-04-27 to 53-06-28; NBC; Fifty-five, 30-minute programs Syndication: NBC Orthacoustic Sponsors: Director(s): Lawrence Klee [Creator] Director/Transcribers: Walter McGraw, Daniel Sutter, James Harvey, Fred Weihe, Edward King Principal Actors: Ruth Gilbert, Kermit Murdock, Larry Haines, Karl Swenson, Lucille Wall, Cameron Andrews, Bryna Raeburn, Court Benson, Santos Ortega, Roger DeKoven, Dan Ocko, Clem Flower, Chester Stratton, Jone Allison, Lotte Stavisky, Luis Van Rooten, Guy Repp, Horace Braham, Joyce Linden, Lester Fletcher, Stefan Schnabel, Vinton Hayworth, Wendell Holmes, George Matthews, Joe DeSantis, Ruth Gilbert, Ann Thomas, Ralph Bell, Adelaide Klein, Edgar Stehlil, June Foray, Norman Rose, Mandel Kramer, Leon Janney, Cathleen Cordell, Scott Tennyson, Jan Miner, Amzie Strickland, Donald Buka, Bob Hastings, Eileen Palmer, Lawson Zerbe, Ken Lynch, Bill Smith, Irene Hubbard, James Monks, Joan Morseman, Scott Tennyson, Bill Lipton, Jack Lloyd, Patrick Campbell, Sydney Smith, Walter Black, John Raby, Grant Richards, John Gibson, Abby Lewis, William Quinn, Ken Lynch, Richard Newton, Rita Allen, Helen Claire, Frank Milano, Evelyn Varden, Agnes Young, William Quinn, John Larkin, Ruth Yorke, Cliff Oland, Connie Lembcke, Gene Leonard, John McGovern, Martha Baron, Mildred Clinton, Pat Hosley, Rosemary Murphy, Sylvia Davis, Sylvia Lee, Elaine Rost, John Sylvester, Sarah Burton, Staats Cotsworth, Anne Seymour, Don MacLaughlin, Joan Tompkins, Linda Watkins, Ned Weaver, William Keene, Inge Adams, Ivor Francis, John Stanley, June Peel, Bill Smith, Cameron Prud'Homme, George Petrie, Matt Crowley, William Griffis, Arlene Blackburn, David Gothard, Ann Pitoniak, Nelson Olmsted, William Keene, Ian Martin, Chester Stratton, Josepoh Boland, Martin Ruby, Virginia Payne, Vera Allen, Bernard Lenrow, Phil Sterling, Beverly Roberts, John Thomas, Maurice Tarplin, Shirley Blank, Ed Peck, Helen Jerrold, Pauline Drake, Jane Webb, Irene Hubbard, Doris Smith, Leona Powers, Ted Osborne, William Podmore, Amy Sidell, Geoffrey Bryant, Sanford Bickart, Lloyd Bochner, Peter Capell, Edwin Jerome, Lesley Woods, Don Briggs, Joe Latham, Ken Williams, Natalie Priest, Mason Adams, Rolly Bester, David Kerman, Patsy Campbell, Andrea Wallace, Stuart McIntosh, Charles Penman Recurring Character(s): None Protagonist(s): None Author(s): None Writer(s) Lawrence Klee, Harry W. Junkin, Richard Connell, George Lefferts, Joseph Ruscoll, Russell Hughes, Les Crutchfield, Jack Fink Music Direction: Musical Theme(s): The Chase Theme Announcer(s): Fred Collins, Arthur Gary, Mel Brandt Estimated Scripts or Broadcasts: 55 Episodes in Circulation: 55 Total Episodes in Collection: 54 Click here to read more about Chase, The
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Please enjoy these 54 old time radio episodes:
+ In the animal world there is the hunter and the hunted, hounds and fox, hawk and sparrow, chicken ...
|05.04.1952||harry and the diamonds||
+ Harry was an alcoholic but had decided if he could hitch a ride on the bandwagon his luck would ch...
+ An unsuspecting groom finds himself pursued by a woman of mystery and violence.
|05.18.1952||elliott preston is framed for murder||
+ A man’s life hangs in the balance as he tries to escape from a scrap of circumstantial evidence.
|05.25.1952||newspaper reporter after germans||
+ A reporter is pursued by sudden death in South America.
|06.01.1952||easy riches sudden death||
+ Although the chase may assume a multitude of forms the than the disease is seldom more pernicious ...
+ Ethel seemed to have a jinx on the horses and was always loosing. She considered herself hardluck ...
|06.15.1952||terminate professor kolchek|
|06.22.1952||bald artie bender||
+ Artie Bender is a comedian who got serious over a girl named Sadie and began to miss his lines. He...
|06.29.1952||stephan monica and one million dollars||
+ A million dollars in cash provides the bait for two enterprising thieves who find themselves bankr...
|07.10.1952||doug burton and a mysterious letter||
+ Doug Burton was a writer of whodunits, weird stories and creepy stuff like that. He writes like cr...
+ This is a suspenseful story involving a song from the grave and a man who tried to escape from his...
+ Mr Horgan was offering $3000 in cash to Ed Tochic his old driver who was now a mechanic so that if...
+ Though most of us are always pursuing something, the Chase is seldom as motivated as when there is...
|08.14.1952||the amusement park||
+ Fibber McGee & Molly was first broadcast in 1935 and ran in a variety of formats until the final b...
+ The day he finally made the switch from detective Sergeant Peter Peru to Lieutenant Peter Peru sho...
|09.21.1952||the chinese buddha||
+ NOTE: ABOUT TWENTY MINUTES IN TO THIS EPISODE WHILST STILL AUDIBLE THE SOUND BECOMES LOW AND BASSY...
|09.28.1952||twenty million dollar bum||
+ Philip lives on the income from a 20 million dollar inheritance he never earned but he lost it all...
|10.05.1952||flight from istanbul||
+ George could not leave his wife for his mistress Sybil because he was dependant on his wife Martha...
|10.12.1952||the cats meow||
+When Miss Van Allan’s aunt Emma dies she leaves her entire estate to her beloved cat Stanley with...
+ The State Penitentiary reported the escape of three convicts at 4:07 that morning, John Partridge ...
|10.26.1952||iron curtain express||
+ On account of a book he wrote, Red Tide Larry Decker had the distinction of being persona non-grat...
+ Sometimes while sitting in a chair with merely a phone in your hands the chase can reach its clima...
+ The desperate pursuit of money and a career can be the most terrifying chase of all. A predatory w...
|11.16.1952||my love is a ghost||
+ There is always the hunter and the hunted, the pursuer and the pursued. It may the voice of author...