ESCAPE was a radio anthology series, which
was first broadcast on July 7, 1947. It aired on
CBS and was produced by Norman MacDonnell.
Well known radio actors, such as William
Conrad and Paul Frees, narrated many of
ESCAPE'S introductions. In addition, several of
ESCAPE episodes were adaptations from
stories written by famous authors, such as F.
Scott Fitzgerald and Daphne du Maurier.
The program had many time slot changes, but
never lost its quality. ESCAPE entertained radio
audiences with tales of high adventure every
On September 25, 1954, the last episode of
ESCAPE aired on radio. However, 220 episodes
of ESCAPE still survive. So, are you "Tired of
the every day grind? Want to get away from it
all?" Well, Old Time Radio Magic offers
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