Try an expensive bottle of tangy, appetizing Roma Sherry, or a hearty Roma Burgundy, or any of the marvelously enjoyable Roma Wines. Seeing that it is only minutes from 11:15, he pleads with her to go to the balcony and scream for help, but she protests that she cannot, though she can hear somebody downstairs. The radio play, voiced by Agnes Moorehead, was added to the in 2015. They said it was them three ago. For these fine Roma Wines come from Roma's own wineries in the heart of the rich California wine grape district. He's put down the extension phone.
It takes so much time to get anyone. The cinematography is superb, a lot of play in light and shade. Elbert Smythe Stevenson of fifty-three, 5 - 3 --North Sutton Place. But once in a while, something broke the radio drama mold. Smith, said that the idea for ''Hitchhiker'' came to her when the couple were traveling in their 1940 Packard convertible to Hollywood and Miss Fletcher spotted an odd-looking man on the Brooklyn Bridge and again on the Pulaski Skyway in New Jersey. Can you hear me now? It's murder, and it requires immediate attention. The operator urges her to contact the police, which she does.
Alexander reveals that he gave Henry her prognosis 10 days before, something that Henry kept from her. Sobs Yes, this is Plaza 3-2098. Ask for R-O-M-A, Roma Wine. The intruder strangles and kills Leona. But you've got to hear me. Can you trace it for me? The wine for your table is Roma Wine, made in California for enjoyment throughout the world. Miss Fletcher, who was born in Brooklyn in 1912, wanted to be a writer from childhood.
Stevenson believes the clues like the nearby train on a bridge and a woman left alone at night point to her, it is difficult for the listener to take this seriously. Then, out of a sky, I was cut into this conversation. In the case of this radio play, the audience gets an extra dose! I'm an invalid, you know -- and it's the maid's night out -- and I -- You'll look into it? From the moment Leona accidentally overhears a plotted murder for later on that evening, the viewer is taken on a ride that builds suspense and tension to a terrifying conclusion and the movie's title. Precinct 43 -- Sergeant Martin speaking. Why that click -- just now -- in my own telephone -- as though someone had lifted the receiver off the hook -- off the extension telephone downstairs.
Slams down receiver To herself Ridiculous! One is the limitations of technology. And we've got to find out what it was -- immediately. Oh, why're you so stupid? What are you doing it for? With Morano now in custody, Waldo stresses that Henry no longer has to raise the now-overdue sum. Besides her radio plays, Miss Fletcher was the author of novels, stage plays and screenplays, but she was best known for ''Sorry, Wrong Number,'' a 22-minute thriller first broadcast on May 25, 1943. Oh, dear -- do you have to dial? Henry had married Leona without being aware of her health problems. In 1943 Sorry, Wrong Number first aired on the Suspense radio program.
The victim is a woman, home alone, who lives near a bridge. Her credits include The Hitch-Hiker, an original radio play written for Orson Welles and adapted for a notable episode of The Twilight Zone television series. While typing radio plays, she decided she could master the form. They're going to murder this woman -- 11: 15 tonight. Stevenson calls the operator to demand that she trace the source of this call.
Miss Fletcher's more than 20 radio plays also included ''Hitchhiker,'' an eerie drama about a man who keeps seeing the same hitchhiker as he drives to California. My maid, Eloise -- she's a big girl -- she weighs two hundred pounds -- she's too lazy to bring up my breakfast tray -- it's her night out and my husband, Elbert -- he's crazy about me -- he just adores me -- waits on me hand and foot --scarcely left my side sick I took sick twelve years ago -- he's working at -- I don't care how many other matters you have on your desk. I mean Murray Hill 40098 is my husband's office. Fletcher used the demeanor and shrill voice of the incident to create the helpless character facing an impossible situation. Now, look -- it was obviously a case of some little slip of the finger.
Encyclopedia of Television Shows, 1925 through 2010 2nd ed. But remember, these days your dealer may be temporarily out of the type you prefer. I was cut into a wrong number -- and I -- I've just heard the most dreadful thing -- something about a -- murder -- and -- Operator, you'll simply have to retrace that call at once. Because it was about a murder. Herrmann said, was Miss Fletcher's act of revenge.