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July 11, 2010


Chris B

I saw from your write-up that the writer, Millard Kaufman, was a screenwriter, and out of curiosity I looked up his bio. It turns out that he was a Marine during WWII, and served in the Battle of Okinawa (as well as Guadalcanal and Guam). For me, that definitely adds a little something to this program.


There appears to be a version of the March 8, 1953 broadcast with good audio available at the Internet Archive now.

This another good episode. The format of Escape always makes you wonder if you are listening to a story that is supernatural or "real." You never know if you are listening to an adventure story or have stepped into the Twilight Zone. It keeps you in suspense and makes the ending twists just that much harder to predict.

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