1148 Legend of Alexander Part 4 – The Oracle 810115
1147 Legend of Alexander Part 3 – Divide & Conquer 810114
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1146 Legend of Alexander Part 2 – Assassination 810113
1145 Legend of Alexander Part 1 – Courage 810112
801024 (17) Last Visit
1274 – 820108 The Last Orbit
490721 – City Hall Bombing
491219 e26 Jack Frost
Suspense – The Blue Hour
Claire Trevor, the Academy Award winning actress and “Queen of Film Noir,” made one of her five appearances on Suspense in the drama “The Blue Hour.” Here she plays Lois LaPaul, a Chicago dancer who becomes a media darling when her wealthy paramour is murdered. Instantly in demand, she accepts an offer to perform at an “extremely chic” nightclub called the The Blue Hour in New York City. At the airport she meets Alec Mahoney, a reporter with whom she shares some saucy banter.
When she arrives at the sparkling blue nightclub she soon discovers that the owner, Anthony LaCada, has no real interest in her dancing talents. His icy interest is in her murdered boyfriend, Jason White.
Not knowing what to do, she turns to Mahoney for help. Together they discover the blue diamond worth half a million dollars that Jason White was hiding.
“The Blue Hour Diamond” at the center of this story was probably based on the Hope Diamond, pictured to the right. This episode was written by Marty Schwartz and includes a number of moments of entertaining dialogue.
“The Blue Hour” was produced edited and directed by William Spier. The music, more prominent and detailed than usual in this episode, was composed by Lucien Moraweck and conducted by Lud Gluskin. At the time Claire Trevor appeared on this episode she was promoting the movie The Velvet Touch. Also featured were Hans Conried, Wally Maher and Sydney Miller. This broadcast aired on September 25, 1947.
Claire Trevor publicity photo for murder-my-sweet
520504 e02 Harry Troll’s Diamond
520410 Joshua Masters
801017 (16) Buried Alive
Because my 68th birthday was this week, scheduling got a little screwed up. So may birthday wishes from friends and one I expected that is not received threw me off. But then again life is full of surprises and interesting disappointments. Life’s a bitch then … nevermind.
Anyway, all that bullshit aside, here’s Saturday’s post on Friday. Gotta have some Sherlock Holmes. I wish I could write 1/1000th as good as Doyle.
0609 The Hound of the Baskervilles 770301
0124 Ghost At High Noon 740729