RADIO CITY PLAYHOUSE premered July 3, 1948 and ran until it's last curtain call on January 1, 1950 over NBC stations. This was a short-lived but solid drama series that frequently compared favorably with Suspense drama. Some scripts for the series were written by Ray Bradbury (for example, "The Wind"), Steven Vincent Benet and Cornell Woolrich. Frequent appearences were made by John Larkin and Jan Minor in major roles. Announcers for the series were Fred Collins and Bob Warren. Harry W. Junkin directed and narated. Production supervisor was Richard P. McDonough.
During the Summer of 1949, NBC ran a special series of 8 repeat shows that ran concurrent with the regular run. These shows aired on Thursdays and is known as RADIO CITY PLAYHOUSE.