Summary

Crime and suspense for the holidays! This collection contains five classic radio programs from the '40s and '50s:
"Back for Christmas", starring Peter Lorre, from Suspense (December 23, 1943)

"Santa Claus of Bum Boulevard" from Casey, Crime Photographer (December 25, 1947)

".22 Rifle for Christmas" from Dragnet (December 22, 1949)

"The Return of St. Nick" from This is Your F.B.I. (December 22, 1950)

"Christmas Story" from The Mysterious Traveler (December 25, 1951)
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4 out of 5 stars
By Robbie on 02-03-11

Yet more fun!

This selection is as good as Volume 1, and contains the same great blend of classic radio mystery and Christmas glitz. The stories in this volume are darker, on the whole, with the Dragnet episode being positively downbeat. But there's still plenty of the holiday spirit -- in the form of thoughtfulness and forgiveness, even when there can't be outright cheer.

As before, the audio quality reflects the vintage source, but it's all quite clear and easy to listen to. The original commercial breaks have been left in, so there's nothing to break the back-in-time atmosphere.

Another great radio collection to listen to any time of year!

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