Ralph Goodman (Writer)

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(03-16-1918 - 04-20-1986) Age 68

Ralph Goodman began writing for Bob Hope in the USO during WWII. He then went on to write for a number of TV series including The Tonight Show with Johnny CarsonMcHale's Navy, The Fugitive, The Joey Bishop Show, The Lucy Show, Maude, The Brady Bunch, The Flintstones and others.

He appeared in the following 5 episodes of Radio Mystery Theater
Date Episode Title Plot
02/27/1975 0230 Them! A vigilante lawyer takes the matters into his own hands and locks up murder suspects in his mansion. But he goes too far when he imprisons an innocent man.
06/30/1975 0300 The Golden Cauldron Three friends, a haunted manor and a ghastly crime is the perfect recipe for a murder mystery in this \"House on Haunted Hill\' meets \'Clue\' thriller set in the heart of an ancient castle overlooking the ruins of Stonehenge.
03/24/1976 0454 Brain Drain Questions are raised when a series of deaths of respected scientists are linked to a beautiful and mysterious woman. A police detective uncovers a disturbing plot where a deranged scientist steals their brains to fuel his heinous experiments.
06/10/1976 0490 Free the Beast Furtive conversations take place between an unseen entity and a patient of a sanitarium for the insane. A freak accident triggers a chain of events that lead to the discovery of her horrifying family secret.
11/14/1977 0740 The Gloria Scott The evergreen Sherlock Holmes tale of unravelling a case around a mutiny aboard the ship Gloria Scott with the help of a coded message from one of its survivors.

2 Responses to Goodman Ralph

Mr. Goodman certainly was a great writer. When I heard " Them" on the radio, a Mystery theatre story, he picked up my interest in the way he wrote. Mr. Woodman used language befitting exactly the tone and mood for his story. A sensational writer,


Thank you sir!


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