On Ron’s Amazing Stories this time we have a classic creepy tale titled Night Has a Thousand Eyes. This probably conjures up all kinds of ideas of what this story might be about. The real events however are much deeper than the title suggests. Also, on the show we have an extended These Are Your Stories. (A mysterious trumpet, Black Eyed Kids on Halloween, and a burning building.) It all starts off with a brand new Five Minute Mystery. So press that play and let’s get started.
Featured Story – Night Has A Thousand Eyes
Our featured story is a creepy tale about a phony stage mentalist who mysteriously acquires supernatural powers of precognition. Night Has a Thousand Eyes is a 1948 horror film directed by John Farrow and starring Edward G. Robinson. The screenplay was written by Barré Lyndon and is based on the novel of the same name by Cornell Woolrich. The production you will hear is an adaptation of the story on the Screen Directors Playhouse. It first aired on February 27, 1949.
Other Stories Include – The Fine Art Of Murder, Big Damn Hero, Hollywood Roosevelt, BEK And Halloween, Under The Desk, and Night Has a Thousand Eyes
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