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CBS Radio Mystery Theater - Episodes
... are lists of episodes for each of the nine seasons of CBS Radio Mystery Theater ... Episode list # of episodes List of CBS Radio Mystery Theater episodes (1974 season) 193 List of CBS Radio Mystery Theater episodes (1975 season) 212 List of CBS Radio Mystery Theater episodes (1976 ...
Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater
... Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater (CCRMT) is a group of voice actors and engineers committed to reviving the art of radio drama ... These shows aired on radio in Cape Cod during the 1980s and were sold via cassette by several companies which distributed old radio shows ... Thomas Oney is an Edgar Allan Poe Award recipient for his work with the Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater ...
CBS Radio Mystery Theater - Books
... Another of his stories for Mystery Theater, "Goodbye Carl Erich" from the 1975 season, was also turned into a novel by the same name, first published in 1985 ... In 1976, a paperback anthology with three short stories adapted from the series' radio scripts was published by Pocket Library, Strange Tales from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater ... published The CBS Radio Mystery Theater, a book documenting the history of the program, including an episode guide ...

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