Suspense, a premiere anthology drama series featuring stories of mystery and the macabre, broadcast live from New York on CBS from 1949 to 1954. The show chilled and thrilled Americans each week with a new, spine tingling tale. All of Suspense's television version was based on the long running show from the Golden Age of Radio, and successfully created the atmosphere of its radio predecessor by using the same identifiable opening announcement: "And now, a tale well-calculated to keep you in...Suspense," accompanied by the familiar, ominous Bernard Herrmann theme. Includes an episode written by Rod Serling (The Twilight Zone) and features many of Hollywood and Broadway's most legendary young stars.
Two months ago we reported
that one of our readers was told by Infinity Entertainment that the long-awaited release of Suspense - The Lost Episodes: Collection 3
would finally make it to DVD on March 17th
. We're pleased to tell you that this date has been made official now, with a formal announcement to retailers by the studio, including the above studio-provided description. Infinity and the Falcon Picture Group will put 13.5 hours of the program onto 4 discs, costing $39.98 SRP. Cover art isn't available yet, but stay tuned for that and anything further that we discover!