Enjoy the classic Mercury Theater on the Air radio broadcast of The War of the Worlds from 1938.
Let’s wrap up this year’s Spooktacular with what is possibly the most famous radio broadcast of all time: Orson Welles and the Mercury Theater on the Air players’ adaptation of the classic H.G. Wells’ tale The War of the Worlds.
Mercury’s War of the Worlds moves the original H.G. Wells tale from England to the United States but the results remain the same as humanity struggles to survive the Martian onslaught.
I always point out my favorite radio performer was the indomitable Orson Welles. It’s more than likely we’ll be hearing from Mr. Welles more than