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1- The TV show was Arch Oboler's Comedy Theatre. I don't know about you, but when I think of Arch Oboler, comedy is not the first thing that leaps to mind. It only lasted 6 episodes.
From wiki:In 1949, Oboler helmed an anthology television series, Oboler's Comedy Theatre (aka Arch Oboler's Comedy Theater) which ran for six episodes from September to November. In the premiere show, "Ostrich in Bed," a couple awaiting the arrival of a dinner guest find an ostrich in their bedroom. In "Mr. Dydee" a dim-witted horse player inherits a diaper service.
2- Joan Alexander was the most famous and longest-running Lois Lane, but the first radio Lois Lane was Rolly Bester, wife of Alfred Bester.
3- Radio's Dagwood Bumstead, Arthur Lake, was questioned by the police as a suspect in the Black Dahlia murder case. Of course, practically everyone was a suspect, and Lake apparently had no motive. He was not charged.