RAS #475 – In Pursuit Of A Ghost

RAS #475 - In Pursuit Of A Ghost

On Ron’s Amazing Stories we have a story from Alex in Saint Bernard Parish who encounters a couple who drowned during Katrina. Then we play a classic story from director and actor Orson Welles. In this one we learn that it might be best if you tell the truth from the start to avoid unnecessary complications. We end the show with some Dominios history that the company would rather forget. I am sure we all understand that.

Featured Story – Pursuit of a Ghost

Our featured story is all about  Harry Lime from the celebrated 1949 film The Third Man. In that film Orson Welles’ character, Harry Lime, was killed. So our tale is a “prequel” of sorts.  Harry tries some shenanigans to get some cash and finds himself lost in a battle to find the criminal El Zorro. What we have is an episode from the OTR series The Lives Of Harry Lime. It comes from November of 1951 and is tilted In Pursuit of a Ghost.

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