Suspense episode The Lodger starring Robert Montgomery. Original air date February 14, 1948.
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Lodger is the 13th studio album by English singer-songwriter David Bowie. It was originally released in May, 1979 by RCA Records. The last of the Berlin Trilogy, it was recorded in Switzerland and New York City with collaborator Brian Eno and producer Tony Visconti. Unlike Bowie's previous two albums, Lodger contained no instrumentals and a somewhat more pop-oriented style while experimenting with elements of world music and recording techniques inspired by Eno's Oblique Strategies cards.
He also starred in the 30-minute version of the same story in 1944. The Lodger first aired on 21st July 1940 as the audition show for Suspense.
Sponsored by: Roma Wines. A couple suspects that their lodger is really "The Avenger," a homicidal maniac. The story was subsequently produced on "Suspense" on February 14, 1948. Excellent Remake of the audition show of Suspense starring Robert Montgomery as Narrator and the Lodger. The story is set in London in the year 1888, a London terrorized by the fifth in a succession of recent murders, murders of young attractive women. The unknown killer at large and little else absorbed their horrified imagination of the great city.
Singer: Robert Montgomery. Album's title: The Lodger. Label: Radio Spirits Inc. – Type: CD, Album, Remastered, Mono Country: US Date of released: 2001 Category: Non-Music Style: Radioplay. The Lodger Starring Robert Montgomery (02-14-1948). Announcer – Joseph KearnsComposed By – Lucien MoraweckConductor – Ludwig GluskinDirected By – William N. RobsonHosted By – Robert Montgomery Producer – Robert Montgomery Voice Actor – Bill Johnstone, Jeanette Nolan, Peggy Webber, Robert Montgomery, Wally Maher. Suspense episode The Lodger starring Robert Montgomery.
Robert Montgomery follows a tradition of conceptual art and stands out by bringing a poetic voice to the discourse of text art. Montgomery creates billboard poems, light pieces, fire poems, woodcuts and watercolors. He was the British artist selected for Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2012, the first biennale in India. To encounter the work of Robert Montgomery is to make a tender encounter whose tenderness is enhanced by the public, communal quality of his work. To encounter his work is to have your body filled with a sad thunder and your head filled with a sad light. He engages completely with the urban world with a translucent poetry.
Robert Montgomery Collection. He was an actor, a pioneering director, an astute political operator, a naval warrior, and a labor organizer who was also an ardent anti-Communist
The Lodger is a 1913 novel by English author Marie Adelaide Belloc Lowndes, based on the Jack the Ripper murders of 1888. It is a novel-length version of Lowndes' short story "The Lodger", first published in McClure's Magazine in 1911. It has been adapted many times for film and radio. The Lodger (1960), an opera by Phyllis Tate. The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (1927), a silent film directed by Alfred Hitchcock. The Lodger (1932), directed by Maurice Elvey. The Lodger (1944), directed by John Brahm.
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Announcer – Joseph KearnsComposed By – Lucien MoraweckConductor – Ludwig GluskinDirected By – William N. RobsonHosted By – Robert Montgomery Producer – Robert Montgomery Voice Actor – Bill Johnstone, Jeanette Nolan, Peggy Webber, Robert Montgomery , Wally Maher
NotesSuspense episode The Lodger starring Robert Montgomery. Original air date February 14, 1948.
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