Manage episode 242599300 series 9607
Reflected Image (Aired November 17, 1940)
The cackling character of the Hermit was played by John Kent, Charles Penman, Toby Grimmer, and Klock Ryder. William Conrad produced when the show moved to KMPC Los Angeles with Mel Johnson as the Hermit (1940-42), followed by John Dehner (1942-44). Detroit's--then--CBS Basic Network affiliate, WJR, was one of Detroit's two powerhouse, clear channel stations to originate quality programming throughout Michigan and the midwest heartland. WXYZ, a Detroit NBC-Blue, Mutual, and ABC affiliate over the years also orginated a great deal of local and regional programming throughout the area, much of which went national. Some of WJR's most popular studio-originated features from the 1930s to the early 1940s were the various The Mummers programs: THIS EPISODE: November 17, 1940. World syndication. "Reflected Image". Sponsored by: Commercials deleted or added locally. Two men, who are dying of thirst in the desert, are led to a cabin and water by a beautiful woman. The man in the cabin tells the story of a triangle and a murder in that cabin. A good story! . 25:16. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.