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First Broadcast: July 7th 1947
Last Broadcast: September 25th 1954
Summary: Escape was widely considered radio’s greatest series of high adventure. The opening was usually along the same lines of “Tired of the everyday grind? Ever dream of a life of … romantic adventure? Want to get away from it all? We offer you … Escape!” You, the listener, are in the shoes of some embattled hero. You are alone and you must face the impossible, alone and rise to conquer or be conquered.
Cast: (Narrators) William Conrad, Paul Frees, Jack Webb, John Dehner, Jay Novello, Joan Banks, Stacy Harris, Georgia Ellis, Ben Wright, Will Geer
Announcers: Tom Hanlon
Sponsors: Richfield Oil Company
Producers/Directors: William N Robson, Norman Macdonnell, Richard Sanville
Writers: Les Crutchfield, John Dunkel, Walter Newman, Irving Ravetch, Gil Doud, David Ellis, John and Gwen Bagni, E Jack Neuman, Kathleen Hite, William Froug, John Meston
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SOUND EFFECTS: David Light, Carl Schaele, Bill Gould, Cliff Thorsness

ORCHESTRA AND ORGANIST: Ivan Ditmar

THEME: ‘Night on Bald Mountain’ by Moussorgsky

 

 

 

 

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