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May 30, 2010

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Charlie Stuckey

A couple of weeks ago you posted a comment on my YouTube channel upload of Jimmy Stewart's "Mission completed" I'm not sure if you got my response (also, I've had a lot of trouble getting to your site today) Anyway, you inquired about where the writer John Forrest is mentioned. If you listen all the way through the episode, at the VERY END of the broadcast they (finally) give him credit. I hope you enjoy my channel, and feel free to comment any time. I've listened to every episode of Suspense multiple times, and screen it again after I upload it. I know of no other channel taking the time or making the effort to make sure everything is as good as it can be. I'm trying to upload only the best episodes (with none of the multiple repeats like other youtube channels) and I like to provide a little anecdotal information for listeners. I'm posting the shows for entertainment (not as a resource for detailed information) but I do try to offer a little info about every episode. I also create unique individual cover art for every program. I'm expanding the channel and adding more of "only the best" episodes from other great series. When I named my channel "Suspense & Escape" it was a concious decision to separate it from your excellent site (although it would be a great idea to combine our resources. It would benefit us both!) Thanks again, and drop me a line anytime - Charlie Stuckey

Christine

Hi Charlie,

Sorry for the delay in responding to your comment! Things got crazy busy again and it pulled me away from old time radio for a bit.
That wasn't me that commented, but I am glad that you are taking the time to make the best radio episodes available. Keep up the good work!

Best,
Christine

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