Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Frankenstein on Old Time Radio

Dim the lights and gather the kids around the haunting buzz of your computer speakers--- it’s Frankenstein! For those who enjoy old time radio shows, the OTR Network Library has all 13 parts from the great 1938 version of Frankenstein, starring George Edwards.

Click HERE to listen now!


And many thanks to Tim Tylor from the Science Fiction Blog for pointing me towards the OTR site!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

LOOKS LIKE THEY ACUALLY HAVE ALOT OF GOOD OLD RADIO HORROR STUFF ON THIS SITE.
COOL........I KNOW WHAT I'M PLAYING ON HALLOWEEN THIS YEAR!

Anonymous said...

I'm still looking around online for a free download of the Orson Welles War of the Worlds. Anyone know where I can find one? All I see are sites that make you pay.

Karswell said...

>a free download of the Orson Welles War of the Worlds

I was actually looking for a free dwonload link when I did that Welles post a few weeks ago, but couldn't find one either.

Tim Tylor said...

Archive.org has it (and a lot of other good oldtime radio and film/TV):
Orson Welles' War of the Worlds

Anonymous said...

this sounds good thanks!

Karswell said...

Thanks Tim, I could have sworn I checked archive.org for this Welles version though...

Dr.Phibes said...

This is just right for old Dr. Phibes. Although I usually only listen to my Victorola.

Karswell said...

>This is just right for old Dr. Phibes. Although I usually only listen to my Victorola.

You may also want to tell your back-up band that I have a mannequin story posted today featuring a few of their relatives.