The Hall of Fantasy was a half-hour anthology radio program that began in 1947 with eight episodes, then ran weekly from 1949 to 1954 from KALL studios in Salt Lake City. The show was written and produced by Richard Thorne and featured both original and adapted works. (One source gives Robert Olson as the writer and Thorne and Cral Greyson as announcers.) Leroy Ollinger was the director and music was by Harold Turner.
This episode is based on a short story by Bram Stoker, the author of Dracula, and stars Eloise Kummer.
In my opinion, that's horror, not fantasy. Just sayin'ReplyDelete