Arch Oboler, born in 1907 (d.1987), was a nuclear blast of energy & ideas involving himself in movies, plays, television, directing, producing, screenwriting, writing novels, and had a long-running horror radio show by the name of "Lights Out" - one cut from the album being one of the episodes - and apparently made film history with his use of effects in two of his 3-D movies from the early fifties, and during the war years made anti-Nazi films that stars of the era (Joan Crawford one of them) lined up to be a part of, some taking pay-cuts for the chance.
Unfortunately, horror was to touch his life literally when his six year old son drowned in a ditch used for excavation that filled with rainwater on the site where Oboler's new house was being built in 1958.
Drop Dead!, with it's iconic cover, was released in 1962, and features in it's cast Mercedes McCambridge, a minor star of movies and TV of the era and who would later be cast as the wife in TV's long-running series The Coach in the 90's.
A1 Introduction to Horror
A2 I'm Hungry (Movie-Type Horror)
A3 Taking Papa Home (Suspense-Type Horror)
A4 The Dark (Radio-Type Horror)
B1 A Day at the Dentist's (Comedy-Type Horror)
B2 The Posse (T.V.-Type Horror)
B3 Chicken Heart (Science Fiction-Type Horror)
B4 The Laughing Man (The Ultimate in Horror)