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I can't imagine what sort of an audience tlie producers had in mind, but if they'd released at the Coronet Theater in Evanston, Illinois, on a Saturday' afternoon several decades ago,: Want a homosexual joke? See the hero on a greased pole try to avoid sliding down to a sharp shaft pointing at his rear. I can hear the kids' whoops of laughter.
Imagine the excited throwing of Milk Duds How about two beautiful twin girls who think they are boys trying to figure out why the hero's staring in that funny way at their naked breasts? Can you imagine the ruckus that would hcive kicked up at the old Coronet? And how about the scene where the one twin has an orgasm all by herself just like in The Entity, by George!
You could have heard a pin drop at the Coronet, except for all that giggling and snorting and bawdy nudging. We'd have loved this movie, back then in Evanston. We kids wouldn't have' been able to believe our good luck. I tell you, the ushers would have gone nuts trying to handle us.
Pity it was released too late. Reprinted by permission of Prentice-HoH, Inc. Nostalgia The Haunted Radio by Ron Goulart B ack in the s and s, when the world and many of us were younger, radio had an incredible power. It v'as the power to scare us silly. Not by telling us of inflation, war, and recession or by playing the latest rock hits, as it does today, but simply by filling our im- pressionable ears witfi tales of terror, horror, and worse.
The horrors that old-time radio purveyed were of the worst kind because tliey were unseen and took advantage of our most vul- nerable faculty, the imagination.
A door creaked slowly open, a strange footstep dragged along a stone corri- dor, a madman laughed in the dark — and you saw it all in the theater of your mind. I was no more than six or seven when I was first spooked by a radio creep show, probably an episode of the chilling Lights Out. The show coming out of the cloth-covered speaker had to do with a henpecked fellow who discov- ered that he was shrinking.
Nobody, not his wife or his friends, was very sympathetic about his plight. He kept right on getting littler and littler and, finally, when his wife went in to nag him, he simply wasn't there at all.
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On the ride home that night I replayed that show in my mind, wondering if that could really happen to anyone. Well, not to anyone, but to me in par- ticular. I was only a few feet high myself at the time and most anxious to grow up and not down. At that stage in my life it never occurred to me that what I'd been scared by while crouched in front of my aunt's radio was noth- ing more than a broadcast made by a group of people standing around in a radio studio reading from scripts. A few years later, when I was sophisticat- ed enough to sort reality and make- believe a bit better, I still found myself being frightened by the horrors that came seeping out of my bedside radio by night.
Matter of fact, though, one of the chaps who constantly scared the beje- sus out of me via the airwaves did it in broad daylight. Out in California, where I grew up and brooded about shrinking. The Shadow came on the air on Sunday afternoons. In California, where the sun shines and the birds sing all year round, he still managed to cast a dark, gloomy spell over me. The Shadow first took to the air in the summer of , a mere narrator of mystery yarns in his first years. By , portrayed by a young and rela- tively slim Orson Welles, the Shadow was a full-fledged crimefighter and ghostbreaker.
Unlike the Shadow of the pulp magazines, who was illusive but palpable, the radio Shadow could become invisible at will. In everyday life he was Lamont Cranston, wealthy young man-about-town, but when it came time to go after killers, fiends, and assorted madmen, he used his "hypnotic power to cloud men's minds Above; "He cosf a dark, gloomy spell. SO that they cannot see him. I wasn't hooked by the program until the early s, by which time Welles was gone, having acheived overnight celebrity thanks to the noto- rious War of the Worlds broadcast in The actors who played the role during my listening years, talking through a filter mike when they were supposedly invisible, included Bill Johnstone and Brett Morrison, who did the role for over a decade.
The show was calculated to scare you from the very first minute it hit the air. When the theme, something called Oitiphale's Spinning Wheel, came shivering out of the radio on a Phantom of the Opera organ, chills often commenced on the spine. The Shadow's opening chuckle, followed by "Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men?
Thanks to the magic of electrical transcription, a good many of the orig- inal Shadow broadcasts have survived.
You can still hear them by way of tapes and records and even on some radio stations around the country. I can still recall the disappointment I felt upon first rehearing some of the shows that had spooked me in my youth. It was like looking up your old high school sweetheart and finding her dumpy and dimwitted. The shows that had so entranced me now sounded silly. Lamont Cranston came across as smug and fatuous, and Margot Lane, his friend and companion, was impos- sibly naive.
Week after week, Margot, the only person who knew to whom the voice of the mysterious Shadow belonged, would walk into potentially fatal situations with the same wide- eyed innocence she'd displayed the week before. Like many problem neu- rotics, she was incapable of learning from her own experience.
Seems to me now, though it didn't then, that if you were bumping into an average of two or three fiends per week, you'd eventu- ally get jaded, the way cops and doc- tors do over violence. But Margot never once complained, "Jeeze, La- mont, not another escaped lunatic. This is getting to be a bore. A creation of writer-producer Carlton E.