|Title||:||mr mergenthwirkers lobblies and august heat|
|Plot||:||+ "Mr. Mergenthwirker's Lobblies" "August Heat". Nelson Olmsted dramatizes two stories. A strange little man has two invisible friends who sit on his shoulder and forsee the future. The story was previously broadcast by The Federal Theatre Project on May 5, 1938 (see cat. #2396). In "August Heat," a very hot day finds strange predictions of the future starting to come true. The story was previously produced on "Suspense" on May 31, 1945 and on March 20, 1948 (see cat. #38) and on "The Hallmark Playhouse" on September 29, 1949 + Mr Mergenthurkker’s was a tiny man of neat dress and a nervous disposition and turned up at the newspaper office to tell them that there was going to be a murder that afternoon. He said that a secretary in the Bronx named Hazel Johnson was going to be murdered with a hammer. And how did he know? His Loblies had told him… August Heat is something of a paradox, a chilling story of a heat wave. During the dog days of summer have you ever thought what heat could do to your mind if you are nervous and excitable? The second story is of two men who found the hot oppressive, humid weather charged with mystery and weird prophecy… There is also 5 minutes of Olympic News from Melbourne Australia at the end of this recording.|
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