EP1877: Screen Director’s Playhouse: Spellbound

Mercedes McCambridge
A psychiatrist tries to unravel the mystery of a man who believes he murdered another psychiatrist. Will she find out the truth or become his next victim.

Original Air Date: January 25, 1951

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  1 comment for “EP1877: Screen Director’s Playhouse: Spellbound”

  1. timbabwe
    May 5, 2016 at 9:47 am

    What caught my ear in “Spellbound” was the electronic musical opening.
    That was a Theremin, the instrument you play without touching, merely by
    waving your hands over the antennae.

    I reckon we heard a recording and they didn’t drag Samuel Hoffman into the studio for a Theremin solo. The link below has an article on “The Spellbound Suite”.

    The Pavek Museum in Minnesota has a working Theremin on display — I try to get out there at least once a year to practice. I can kinda play a recognizable version of “The Swan”.

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