Project Audion recreates an extraordinarily rare and early lost episode of the classic audio drama Suspense. When CBS premiered the the show in June 1942, it wasn't immediately evident that it would become one of the all-time great radio dramas, running for 20 years and nearly 1000 stories. Indeed, in this (just Suspense's fifth-ever episode, from July 15, 1942), while all the typical ingredients are in place (in this instance, a murder aboard a moving train) the show hadn't quite yet settled into the style that would soon define classics like 1943's "Sorry, Wrong Number." Heard for the first time in 80 years, our recreation of this lost Suspense episode -- "The Witness on the Westbound Train" -- is taken from the single known surviving script. It features the same transcontinental cast of vocal actors who appeared in Project Audion's very first episode, along with additional talented voices who have appeared in Project Audion shows during the past three years.
MARK: Pete Lutz, TX
JOE: Doug Fain, KY
DORIS: Patte Rosebank, Canada
CONDUCTOR: Denny Thompson, CO
LAWRENCE / RANDOLPH: John Mauldin, TN
BILL / BAGGAGEMAN: Dick Huitema, FL
ANNOUNCER / WAITER: Robert Stevenson, IN
DIRECTION / PRODUCTION / SOUND: Larry Groebe, TX
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