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"Lucille Ball's Nylon Stockings" - November 18, 1943. Starring Budd Abbott, Lou Costello and Lucille Ball. The flirtatious Connie Haines will only got out with Lou if he can procure a pair of sexy nylons for her, so Abbott and Costello try and separate a newly-purchased pair of nylon stockings from the lovely legs of Lucille Ball. "The Return of Madame Queen" - March 15, 1953. Starring Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll. A jealous boyfriend hires the womanizing Andy as chauffeur to guard his promiscuous girlfriend, apparently unaware that Andy was engaged to the same Madame Queen in the past. "The Voice of Death" - December 18, 1940. Starring William Johnstone and Marjorie Anderson. A crazed scientist plans to exchange a cat's vocal cords with those of the lovely Margot Lane. "Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? The Shadow knows!" A bizarre example of the type of gruesome radio horror stories that provoked demands that such programs be "banned from the airwaves."

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