Family Theater volunteer


Ryan Ellett
 

We have received a very nice set of Family Theater that will make a nice, new Maintained set. Is anyone interested in doing a short bio (1 page or so) of Father Patrick Peyton, the man behind the series? Apparently he wrote a biography in 1967 that has a few chapters about the series. 
Thanks!
Ryan


Richard Davenport
 

I am working now to check to see what of the 540 original shows I am missing.  Most of my set is 32br.  Do we have improved versions of that?
Do we know what of that original set is missing from the library?  I have to head to bed but I know I have eps 1-50 complete for now. 

Rick

Labor ipse voluptas

On Wednesday, July 27, 2022 at 04:43:15 PM CDT, Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...> wrote:





We have received a very nice set of Family Theater that will make a nice, new Maintained set. Is anyone interested in doing a short bio (1 page or so) of Father Patrick Peyton, the man behind the series? Apparently he wrote a biography in 1967 that has a few chapters about the series. 
Thanks!
Ryan


Karl Schadow
 

Will send bio to Ryan.
Karl

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Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Family Theater volunteer
 
We have received a very nice set of Family Theater that will make a nice, new Maintained set. Is anyone interested in doing a short bio (1 page or so) of Father Patrick Peyton, the man behind the series? Apparently he wrote a biography in 1967 that has a few chapters about the series. 
Thanks!
Ryan


Richard Davenport
 

I just finished reviewing my set of Family Theater.  I am missing the following shows...

518, 500, 501, 251, 163 & 164, 106, 81

I have 6 encoded at 128br.  The rest are at 32br. 

Rick


Labor ipse voluptas

On Thursday, July 28, 2022 at 08:44:48 AM CDT, Karl Schadow <bluecar91@...> wrote:







Will send bio to Ryan.

Karl


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We have received a very nice set of Family Theater that will make a nice, new Maintained set. Is anyone interested in doing a short bio (1 page or so) of Father Patrick Peyton, the man behind the series? Apparently he wrote a biography in 1967 that has a few chapters about the series. 
Thanks!
Ryan


Park Lawrence
 

I checked my Family Theater collection and I’m missing the same as you. Park

On Jul 30, 2022, at 11:11 PM, Richard Davenport <klingon1@...> wrote:

I just finished reviewing my set of Family Theater. I am missing the following shows...

518, 500, 501, 251, 163 & 164, 106, 81

I have 6 encoded at 128br. The rest are at 32br.

Rick


Labor ipse voluptas






On Thursday, July 28, 2022 at 08:44:48 AM CDT, Karl Schadow <bluecar91@...> wrote:







Will send bio to Ryan.

Karl


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Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Family Theater volunteer



We have received a very nice set of Family Theater that will make a nice, new Maintained set. Is anyone interested in doing a short bio (1 page or so) of Father Patrick Peyton, the man behind the series? Apparently he wrote a biography in 1967 that has a few chapters about the series.
Thanks!
Ryan








Richard Davenport
 

Strange how such random shows are missing. I wonder if Jerry H has any of the missing shows. Also, I presume we have checked all the usual sources for the missing shows. YouTube, ebay, online sellers? I wonder how many folks receive this email?

Rick

On Jul 31, 2022, at 4:39 PM, Park Lawrence <plawrence@...> wrote:

I checked my Family Theater collection and I’m missing the same as you. Park

On Jul 30, 2022, at 11:11 PM, Richard Davenport <klingon1@...> wrote:

I just finished reviewing my set of Family Theater. I am missing the following shows...

518, 500, 501, 251, 163 & 164, 106, 81

I have 6 encoded at 128br. The rest are at 32br.

Rick


Labor ipse voluptas






On Thursday, July 28, 2022 at 08:44:48 AM CDT, Karl Schadow <bluecar91@...> wrote:







Will send bio to Ryan.

Karl


________________________________
From: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io <main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io> on behalf of Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...>
Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2022 5:43 PM
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io <main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io>
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Family Theater volunteer



We have received a very nice set of Family Theater that will make a nice, new Maintained set. Is anyone interested in doing a short bio (1 page or so) of Father Patrick Peyton, the man behind the series? Apparently he wrote a biography in 1967 that has a few chapters about the series.
Thanks!
Ryan












jackies@tularosa.net
 

Dear Richard:

I get the emails and I read them but since December I don't do a lot of replying because In Dec. I had covid and was really sick the whole month. I am still having chronic nerve pain because of it. But OTR sure helps when you don't feel good.

Jackie

P.S. I love your name. That was my Older brother's name. I miss him. We lost him to Covid a year ago.

On 2022-08-01 2:50 pm, Richard Davenport wrote:
Strange how such random shows are missing. I wonder if Jerry H has
any of the missing shows. Also, I presume we have checked all the
usual sources for the missing shows. YouTube, ebay, online sellers? I
wonder how many folks receive this email?
Rick
On Jul 31, 2022, at 4:39 PM, Park Lawrence <plawrence@...> wrote:
I checked my Family Theater collection and I’m missing the same as you. Park

On Jul 30, 2022, at 11:11 PM, Richard Davenport <klingon1@...> wrote:
I just finished reviewing my set of Family Theater. I am missing the following shows...
518, 500, 501, 251, 163 & 164, 106, 81
I have 6 encoded at 128br. The rest are at 32br.
Rick
Labor ipse voluptas
On Thursday, July 28, 2022 at 08:44:48 AM CDT, Karl Schadow <bluecar91@...> wrote:
Will send bio to Ryan.
Karl
________________________________
From: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io <main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io> on behalf of Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...>
Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2022 5:43 PM
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io <main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io>
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Family Theater volunteer
We have received a very nice set of Family Theater that will make a nice, new Maintained set. Is anyone interested in doing a short bio (1 page or so) of Father Patrick Peyton, the man behind the series? Apparently he wrote a biography in 1967 that has a few chapters about the series.
Thanks!
Ryan


Ryan Ellett
 

No, we have not scoured other sources yet. I always like to start with group members because we have a lot of resources just amongst us to start with.
Ryan

www.RyanEllett.com


The Old Time Radio Researchers
"Saving the Past for the Future"




On Monday, August 1, 2022, 03:50:47 PM CDT, Richard Davenport <klingon1@...> wrote:


Strange how such random shows are missing.  I wonder if Jerry H has any of the missing shows. Also, I presume we have checked all the usual sources for the missing shows. YouTube, ebay, online sellers? I wonder how many folks receive this email? 

Rick
> On Jul 31, 2022, at 4:39 PM, Park Lawrence <plawrence@...> wrote:
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> I checked my Family Theater collection and I’m missing the same as you. Park
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>> On Jul 30, 2022, at 11:11 PM, Richard Davenport <klingon1@...> wrote:
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>> I just finished reviewing my set of Family Theater.  I am missing the following shows...
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>> 518, 500, 501, 251, 163 & 164, 106, 81
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>> I have 6 encoded at 128br.  The rest are at 32br. 
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>> Rick
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>> On Thursday, July 28, 2022 at 08:44:48 AM CDT, Karl Schadow <bluecar91@...> wrote:
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>> From: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io <main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io> on behalf of Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes=yahoo.com@groups.io>
>> Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2022 5:43 PM
>> To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io <main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io>
>> Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Family Theater volunteer
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>> We have received a very nice set of Family Theater that will make a nice, new Maintained set. Is anyone interested in doing a short bio (1 page or so) of Father Patrick Peyton, the man behind the series? Apparently he wrote a biography in 1967 that has a few chapters about the series.
>> Thanks!
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I have 518, 501, 500, 251 as .mp3 files. Plus one unidentified .wav file.

Let me know if you want them.    I should note I haven't verified they're correct!   I'm going by the file names.


On Sun, Jul 31, 2022, 12:11 AM Richard Davenport <klingon1@...> wrote:
I just finished reviewing my set of Family Theater.  I am missing the following shows...

518, 500, 501, 251, 163 & 164, 106, 81

I have 6 encoded at 128br.  The rest are at 32br. 

Rick


Labor ipse voluptas






On Thursday, July 28, 2022 at 08:44:48 AM CDT, Karl Schadow <bluecar91@...> wrote:







Will send bio to Ryan.

Karl


________________________________
From: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io <main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io> on behalf of Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes=yahoo.com@groups.io>
Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2022 5:43 PM
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io <main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io>
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Family Theater volunteer
 


We have received a very nice set of Family Theater that will make a nice, new Maintained set. Is anyone interested in doing a short bio (1 page or so) of Father Patrick Peyton, the man behind the series? Apparently he wrote a biography in 1967 that has a few chapters about the series. 
Thanks!
Ryan









Bob@...
 

Thanks for this discussion, which sent me off looking into Family Theater for the first time -- as is my usual thing -- in search of episodes that featured newspaper reporters and editors to include in my "Newspaper Heroes on the Air" blog, https://jheroes.com 

If anyone has a great ear for actors' voices, read on to see if you can help me out with cast members mentioned below.

Skimming plot summaries for keywords like "newspaper," "reporter" and "editor," I found a few Family Theater episodes to listen to, thanks to Goldin's index, Dunning, Haendiges and the OTRR Library... And I'll be posting the first one shortly, using a link to the OTRR Library copy of the MP3 file of a biography of John Peter Zenger, whose trial established American courts' "truth" defense against libel, and whose wife Anna became one of America's first women newspaper editors while he was in jail, and who brings a top lawyer into her husband's case.

Unfortunately, the cast announcement at the end of the program does NOT identify the actor playing Zenger (jailed, it's not much of a role). Can anyone better at recognizing cast voices help me name him?

Pat O'Brien is the narrator, and Raymond Burr gets star billing as Andrew Hamilton, the great Philadelphia lawyer who won the trial by appealing to the jury, not the established case law. Only one woman is listed in the cast, so I am assuming that Jeanne Bates is the heroine of the tale, Anna Zenger. If I'm wrong, please holler! (For radio trivia fans: Anne Harding and Rosalind Russell had already played Anna Zenger on Cavalcade of America.)

Other male cast members to choose from include Michael Hayes, Tudor Owen, Herb Rawlinson, Bill Johnstone, Stan Waxman and Jack Kruschen. 

Back to Richard's question whether Jerry H has any of the missing Family Theater shows.

Here are Jerry's log and Dave Goldin's database listing search results:

https://www.otrsite.com/logs/logf1007.htm

https://radiogoldin.library.umkc.edu/Home/RadioGoldin_Records?searchString=Family%20Theatre&type=Programs&count=427

 

For this series in particular, I love Jerry's skimmable format of just giving the title, date and cast... 

I had never listened to any of Family Theater, and given the OTRR Library's synopsis (from Dunning), I wouldn't be likely to: 

(Synopsis: Family Theater was created by Father Patrick Peyton of the Holy Cross Fathers in an effort to promote family unity and prayer. Initially it was seen as a forum to broadcast the Rosary: when the networks refused to allow such a narrow one-denominational appeal, Peyton broadened the scope, made it a weekly drama, added the glamor of Hollywood, and saved the 'message' for the slots normally reserved for commercials. - On the Air: The Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio by John Dunning)

BUT, looking at Jerry's cast lists puts the series in a whole new light!  What an amazing array of Hollywood stars! It's enough to make me wonder whether the Catholic Church was trading indulgences (or annulments) for participating in "Family Theater"!

The cast lists were also an easy way to answer an obvious question of whether the recurring titles indicated rebroadcasts of transcriptions, or entirely new performances of the same script... For instance, "Hound of Heaven," about the author of a poem I remember from high school, is included with five separate dates (and the same plot summary) in the OTRR Library collection and six times at Jerry's otrsite.com , including a 1952 repeat labelled as such. But look at the casts!

Hound of Heaven, Casts:

34  10-02-47  :29:41  Mark Stevens, Marven Miller
121  06-08-49  :29:29  Jack Benny, Dan O'Herlihy, Rod O'Conner
209  02-21-51  :29:40  Host: Jane Withers Stars: Mel Ferrer Narrator: Rod O'Conner Author: Fred Lipp
267  04-16-52  :29:40* Jane Withers, Mel Ferrer, Rod O'Conner Repeat of 2-21-51
395  10-27-54  :24:41  Host: Loretta Young.  Cast: Dan O'Herlihy, Raymond Burr, Jeanne Bates, Ben Wright, Richard Peale, Thomas F. O'Neill (Chairman of the Board of Mutual Broadcasting) has a closing message. Announcer: Tony La Frano
Music by Harry Zimmerman Author: Fred Lipp.  Produced & Directed by John T.Kelley

Meanwhile, while writing the blog post about the Zenger episode for jheroes.com, I browsed around the Wikipedia entries for Father Peyton and his radio creations, which actually did include a Mutual network rosary broadcast May 13, 1945, including Bing Crosby. You all might find these interesting:

 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patrick_Peyton 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_Rosary_Crusade

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_Theater

Cheers,

Bob in the Blue Ridge


Brian Kavanaugh
 

Somewhat off-topic, but there's another adaptation of the Anna Zenger book from the 1950 version of Destination Freedom, episode 20, broadcast 2/25/1951 on WMAQ Chicago. Cast list is below.

Maurice Copeland - Paul Revere
Bob Ecklund - radio adaptation/writer
John Cowan - producer/director
Geraldine Kaye - Anna Zenger
Carlton KaDell - John Zenger
Everett Clark
Donald Gallagher
Jess Pugh
Emil Soderstrom - composer
Helen Morton - organ
Jose Bethancourt - music
George Wilson - engineer
Cliff Mueller - sound effects
Bill Griskey - announcer

On Tue, Aug 2, 2022 at 1:19 PM Bob Stepno <Rstepno@...> wrote:

Thanks for this discussion, which sent me off looking into Family Theater for the first time -- as is my usual thing -- in search of episodes that featured newspaper reporters and editors to include in my "Newspaper Heroes on the Air" blog, https://jheroes.com 

If anyone has a great ear for actors' voices, read on to see if you can help me out with cast members mentioned below.

Skimming plot summaries for keywords like "newspaper," "reporter" and "editor," I found a few Family Theater episodes to listen to, thanks to Goldin's index, Dunning, Haendiges and the OTRR Library... And I'll be posting the first one shortly, using a link to the OTRR Library copy of the MP3 file of a biography of John Peter Zenger, whose trial established American courts' "truth" defense against libel, and whose wife Anna became one of America's first women newspaper editors while he was in jail, and who brings a top lawyer into her husband's case.

Unfortunately, the cast announcement at the end of the program does NOT identify the actor playing Zenger (jailed, it's not much of a role). Can anyone better at recognizing cast voices help me name him?

Pat O'Brien is the narrator, and Raymond Burr gets star billing as Andrew Hamilton, the great Philadelphia lawyer who won the trial by appealing to the jury, not the established case law. Only one woman is listed in the cast, so I am assuming that Jeanne Bates is the heroine of the tale, Anna Zenger. If I'm wrong, please holler! (For radio trivia fans: Anne Harding and Rosalind Russell had already played Anna Zenger on Cavalcade of America.)

Other male cast members to choose from include Michael Hayes, Tudor Owen, Herb Rawlinson, Bill Johnstone, Stan Waxman and Jack Kruschen. 

Back to Richard's question whether Jerry H has any of the missing Family Theater shows.

Here are Jerry's log and Dave Goldin's database listing search results:

https://www.otrsite.com/logs/logf1007.htm

https://radiogoldin.library.umkc.edu/Home/RadioGoldin_Records?searchString=Family%20Theatre&type=Programs&count=427

 

For this series in particular, I love Jerry's skimmable format of just giving the title, date and cast... 

I had never listened to any of Family Theater, and given the OTRR Library's synopsis (from Dunning), I wouldn't be likely to: 

(Synopsis: Family Theater was created by Father Patrick Peyton of the Holy Cross Fathers in an effort to promote family unity and prayer. Initially it was seen as a forum to broadcast the Rosary: when the networks refused to allow such a narrow one-denominational appeal, Peyton broadened the scope, made it a weekly drama, added the glamor of Hollywood, and saved the 'message' for the slots normally reserved for commercials. - On the Air: The Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio by John Dunning)

BUT, looking at Jerry's cast lists puts the series in a whole new light!  What an amazing array of Hollywood stars! It's enough to make me wonder whether the Catholic Church was trading indulgences (or annulments) for participating in "Family Theater"!

The cast lists were also an easy way to answer an obvious question of whether the recurring titles indicated rebroadcasts of transcriptions, or entirely new performances of the same script... For instance, "Hound of Heaven," about the author of a poem I remember from high school, is included with five separate dates (and the same plot summary) in the OTRR Library collection and six times at Jerry's otrsite.com , including a 1952 repeat labelled as such. But look at the casts!

Hound of Heaven, Casts:

34  10-02-47  :29:41  Mark Stevens, Marven Miller
121  06-08-49  :29:29  Jack Benny, Dan O'Herlihy, Rod O'Conner
209  02-21-51  :29:40  Host: Jane Withers Stars: Mel Ferrer Narrator: Rod O'Conner Author: Fred Lipp
267  04-16-52  :29:40* Jane Withers, Mel Ferrer, Rod O'Conner Repeat of 2-21-51
395  10-27-54  :24:41  Host: Loretta Young.  Cast: Dan O'Herlihy, Raymond Burr, Jeanne Bates, Ben Wright, Richard Peale, Thomas F. O'Neill (Chairman of the Board of Mutual Broadcasting) has a closing message. Announcer: Tony La Frano
Music by Harry Zimmerman Author: Fred Lipp.  Produced & Directed by John T.Kelley

Meanwhile, while writing the blog post about the Zenger episode for jheroes.com, I browsed around the Wikipedia entries for Father Peyton and his radio creations, which actually did include a Mutual network rosary broadcast May 13, 1945, including Bing Crosby. You all might find these interesting:

 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patrick_Peyton 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_Rosary_Crusade

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_Theater

Cheers,

Bob in the Blue Ridge


bob_pedersen@...
 

In checking the Family Theater shows in the OTRR, I found the following mislabeled shows:

 

Family Theater 50-12-27 (201) The Littlest Angel is actually from December 21, 1949;

 

Family Theater 51-03-21 (212) The Passion and Death of Christ is actually from March 25, 1948;

 

Family Theater 52-04-02 (264) The Story of Little Tree is actually from March 8, 1951;

 

Family Theater 1952.04.09 The Passion And Death Of Christ is actually from March 25, 1948;

 

Family Theater 1952.07.30 Womans Touch is actually from September 6, 1950;

 

Family Theater 52-09-03 (283) Stopwatch Finale is from September 4, 1954;

 

Family Theater 52-09-17 (285) Curtain Call for Genesius is actually from January 30, 1952;

 

Family Theater 53-02-18 (306) Heritage of Home is actually from February 13, 1952;

 

Family Theater 1955.04.06 The Passion And Death Of Christ is actually from March 25, 1948;

 

Family Theater 1956.04.04 The Story Of Little Tree is actually from April 10, 1954;

 

Family Theater 1957.07.24 Mail Order Missus is actually from October 8, 1952.

 

All dates are easily identified by listening to the announcement of next week’s show at the end of the program.

 

From: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io <main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io> On Behalf Of Bob Merritt
Sent: August 1, 2022 3:24 PM
To: main@oldtimeradioresearchers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Family Theater volunteer

 

I have 518, 501, 500, 251 as .mp3 files. Plus one unidentified .wav file.

 

Let me know if you want them.    I should note I haven't verified they're correct!   I'm going by the file names.

 

On Sun, Jul 31, 2022, 12:11 AM Richard Davenport <klingon1@...> wrote:

I just finished reviewing my set of Family Theater.  I am missing the following shows...

518, 500, 501, 251, 163 & 164, 106, 81

I have 6 encoded at 128br.  The rest are at 32br. 

Rick


Labor ipse voluptas






On Thursday, July 28, 2022 at 08:44:48 AM CDT, Karl Schadow <bluecar91@...> wrote:







Will send bio to Ryan.

Karl


________________________________
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Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2022 5:43 PM
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io <main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io>
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Family Theater volunteer
 


We have received a very nice set of Family Theater that will make a nice, new Maintained set. Is anyone interested in doing a short bio (1 page or so) of Father Patrick Peyton, the man behind the series? Apparently he wrote a biography in 1967 that has a few chapters about the series. 
Thanks!
Ryan










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Bob@...
 

Thanks, Brian! 

I mentioned the Anna Zenger episode of Destination Freedom when I wrote about the series some years ago, but hadn't been able to find an online recording of it. Time for an update!

Now that you've revived my interest, I see that the episode now is available in the OTRR Library collection (but without Anna's last name or a plot summary) and even at YouTube!

https://jheroes.com/real-life-reporters/destination-freedom/

https://youtu.be/qImdA5i3IOU

Tipping the hat...

Bob  


Brian Kavanaugh
 

The maintained set is available at https://archive.org/details/OTRR_Maintained_Destination_Freedom. The episode should be titled Anna Zenger there. There is also an "Anna's Story" episode in the 1950 series, but it is a completely different subject. Like many of the later episodes in the 1950 series, I don't think that one was based on any specific historical events.


On Wed, Aug 3, 2022 at 4:12 PM Bob Stepno <Rstepno@...> wrote:

Thanks, Brian! 

I mentioned the Anna Zenger episode of Destination Freedom when I wrote about the series some years ago, but hadn't been able to find an online recording of it. Time for an update!

Now that you've revived my interest, I see that the episode now is available in the OTRR Library collection (but without Anna's last name or a plot summary) and even at YouTube!

https://jheroes.com/real-life-reporters/destination-freedom/

https://youtu.be/qImdA5i3IOU

Tipping the hat...

Bob  


Paul Kornman
 

I'm certainly no expert, but maybe (for example)
1957-07-24 "Mail Order Missus" is properly labelled?

Even though the end of the episode mentions "next week: 'Heart Also Sees'", I think it is possible that the entire earlier 1952-10-08 episode,
including the closing announcement, was re-broadcast on 1957-07-24 and, at the time, no one bothered to extract the incorrect announcement
for "next week's episode"?

- Paul