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Lights Out (TV Series 1946–1952) Poster

(1946–1952)

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Four episodes were broadcast on NBC station WNBT-TV in New York City between June and October 1946. The show was picked up by NBC for national broadcasting in 1949.
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One of the 1946 WNBT episodes, "Something in the Wind", was restaged during the 1949 season.
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Adapted from a radio thriller series of the same name, which began on WENR Chicago in 1934.
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The titles of the WNBT episodes were: "First Person Singular" (tx June 30, 1946), "Something in the Wind" (tx August 11, 1946), "DeMortius" (tx September 1, 1946), and "The Brave Man with a Cord" (tx October 13, 1946).
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In 1951, this show was being televised on Mondays at 9:00 p.m., was sponsored by Amident, and the toothpaste and the show were doing well. Billboard Magazine for June 1951 stated this show was the top-rated mystery/crime show on television at that time. However, CBS debuted I Love Lucy (1951) in the same time spot that fall, and this show was cancelled the next year.
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