Recorded August 18th, 1975 - 70 min
Creator, writer and director of two of the most outstanding radio series of all time: One Man’s Family and I Love a Mystery. He describes how those two programs were developed and how he maintained his difficult writing schedule. He was born June 4, 1901 and was 74 at the time of our conversation in his home in San Mateo County, California. He died May 24, 1993 at age 91.
One Man’s Family was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1995.
I Love A Mystery - 11/15/49 - The thing that cries in the night (Chapter 12)
Did you enjoy the interview? Listen to the writing of Carlton E. Morse in "The Thing that Cries in the Night" (Chapter 12), an I Love A Mystery adventure from November 15th, 1949.