The series was originally broadcast on the CBS Radio Network and was on the air as a network show on CBS from 1940 to 1962. Orson Welles was a favorite in starring roles on the series and the show's first director was Alfred Hitchcock. Each week's musical score's were painstakingly worked out. The same emphasis was placed on the sound effects. The show was very well done and went on to win many awards, including the coveted Peabody. The show's theme music was composed by Bernard Herrmann. It used a harp, flute, and graveyard bell. Its most famous drama was "Sorry, Wrong Number," and was repeated 8 times during the series' run. Cary Grant was one of the top film stars who loved appearing on the series over the years even comics like Jack Benny and Red Skelton turned up on the show to play heavies and killers. Notable stars appearing on the series included: Peter Lorre, Lucille Ball, Judy Garland, Donald O'Connor, Ozzie and Harriett Nelson. Singers Dinah Shore and Lena Horne also appeared in Suspense.

99 Thrillers on 1 CDs
1940 -1962
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