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On July 22, 1940, a CBS Summer series, FORECAST, presented "The Lodger". This series was an audition series, presenting possible future series. This particular show was the audition for SUSPENSE. Alfred Hitchcock introducing the program. Mr. Hitchcock also directed and co-starred along with Herbert Marshall and Edmund Gwenn. Would listeners then believe that they were listening to the pilot for a series that would run 20 years? SUSPENSE started as a Summer series, presenting "The Burning Court" on June 17, 1942. Mr. Hitchcock did not introduce the show, as in the pilot. Instead, a mysterious "Man in Black" did the honors. After the Summer run of 13 shows, ending September 30, the series started its first regular season on October 27. The series ran, with very few breaks, until its last show, "Devil Stone", on September 30, 1962. SUSPENSE was the last of the great radio drama series to leave the air.