SILVER THEATRE: ONE STEP AHEAD (RADIO)

Summary

One in this series of drama programs. This is an adaptation of a play by John LaTouche about Timothy Wheeler (Orson Welles), whose wife continually makes decisions for him before he gets around to them himself. After she leaves him and gets him fired from his job, he decides to kill her. Before he gets around to doing it, however, she dies of natural causes. After the drama, series director and host Conrad Nagel talks to Welles about Welles's upcoming projects; Welles refers briefly to his forthcoming film "Citizen Kane." Commercials deleted. Products by the program sponsor, the International Sterling Silver Co., are mentioned in the opening and closing credits.

Details

  • NETWORK: CBS
  • DATE: March 30, 1941 Sunday 6:00 PM
  • RUNNING TIME: 0:30:00
  • COLOR/B&W:
  • CATALOG ID: R88:0139
  • GENRE: Radio - Drama
  • SUBJECT HEADING: Drama
  • SERIES RUN: CBS - Radio series, 1937-1946
  • COMMERCIALS: Radio - Commercials - Int'l Sterling Silver Co.

CREDITS

    • Conrad Nagel … Director, Host
    • John LaTouche … Writer
    • True Boardman … Adapted by, Adapted in collaboration with
    • Felix Mills … Conductor, Music (Misc. Credits), Music Arranger
    • Henry Charles … Announcer
    • Orson Welles … Cast, Timothy Wheeler
    • Lurene Tuttle … Cast, Alice
    • Mary Shipp … Cast, Stella