Stroke of Fate was an American radio drama, originally aired in 1953. This NBC Radio alternate history series aired 13 episodes from October 4 to December 27, 1953, featuring actors such as Ed Begley, Alexander Scourby, , and Santos Ortega. The episodes were written by Mort Lewis and George Faulkner, directed by , and announced by . Each 30-minute episode aired Sunday nights at 8 pm ET. Each episode had an alternate history point of divergence and dramatized the results of that change. All of the episodes have survived.

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  • Stroke of Fate was an American radio drama, originally aired in 1953. This NBC Radio alternate history series aired 13 episodes from October 4 to December 27, 1953, featuring actors such as Ed Begley, Alexander Scourby, , and Santos Ortega. The episodes were written by Mort Lewis and George Faulkner, directed by , and announced by . Each 30-minute episode aired Sunday nights at 8 pm ET. Each episode had an alternate history point of divergence and dramatized the results of that change. All of the episodes have survived. (en)
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  • Stroke of Fate was an American radio drama, originally aired in 1953. This NBC Radio alternate history series aired 13 episodes from October 4 to December 27, 1953, featuring actors such as Ed Begley, Alexander Scourby, , and Santos Ortega. The episodes were written by Mort Lewis and George Faulkner, directed by , and announced by . Each 30-minute episode aired Sunday nights at 8 pm ET. Each episode had an alternate history point of divergence and dramatized the results of that change. All of the episodes have survived. (en)
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  • Stroke of Fate (en)
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