A late entry in the Hollywood movie adaptation genre, Screen Directors' Playhouse stands out as one of the forgotten gems of radio's twilight years. The program aired on NBC for just two and a half years, but during that time the series impressed listeners with excellent scripts and casting decisions based more on radio aptitude than Hollywood star power. The result is a series that deserves a far wider audience than it ever received in its original broadcasts. Now you can be part of that audience with this exciting collection of programs, 10 complete hour-long broadcasts featuring the finest talents of both radio and motion pictures. As an extra bonus, each broadcast also features a brief interview with a well-known screen director, such as Alfred Hitchcock or Billy Wilder.