Starlight Mystery Theater (Matt Slade) - Pattern For A Frame (10-11-64)

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A Sweet Scent Of Mystery (Aired September 27, 1964)
Mathew Slade: Private Investigator was a featured, half-hour mystery presentation by The Pacifica Players of Pacifica Radio of Berkeley, California and the Pacifica Foundation of North Hollywood, California. It premiered as a Starlight Mystery Theater production on July 5, 1964 over Pacifica Radio affiliate stations. Initially announced for alternating Sundays, the program soon began airing in erratic installments from August through November of 1964. Starring William Wintersole as Mathew Slade, the program was billed as a radio mystery revival series from the outset, presented in recognition of the hundreds of popular detective mysteries that had aired throughout The Golden Age of Radio. Show Notes From The Digital Deli. THIS EPISODE: September 27, 1964. KPFK, Los Angeles origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. "A Sweet Scent Of Mystery". A woman's perfume and the smell of murder. The program is also known as: "The Starlight Mystery Theatre." William Wintersole, Brian Adams (writer, director), Robert Frederick (writer). 25 minutes. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.
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