Famous Weekly Old-Time Radio Shows
The tolling of the bell in the background, and the announcer saying "It - is - Later - Than - You - Think" in time with the bell, acted as the introduction to Lights Out. The program was first heard on New Year's Day, 1934, on WENR (Chicago). Original writer was Wyllis Cooper, but Arch Oboler is probably better known as a writer / director / actor involved with the series. This 54-second soundclip is of a typical introduction.


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