SHOW WENT NATIONAL ON THIS DAY IN 1935

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Lights Out” debuted in 1934 in New York City on NBC station, WENR, and was
radio’s premier horror series. After this successful tryout, the series was picked
up by the NBC network the following year for national broadcast, usually late at
night and always on Wednesdays. The writer/Director of the program was Wyllis
Cooper.

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Wyllis Oswald Cooper

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Studio B where “Lights Out” was broadcast with the actors
huddled around one little floor lamp reading their lines as
shown below.
 

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