CC181: Philip Marlowe and Inspector Thorne

The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe starts this episode with The Orange Dog from January 22, 1949.  Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s The Dark Cigarette Murder Case from Inspector Thorne.  That episode first aired August 31, 1951.

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CC169: Philip Marlowe and Gang Busters

The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe starts the show off with The Deep Shadow, an episode from March 21, 1950.  Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Gang Busters and The Case Of The Red Evening Dress.  This one aired September 22, 1945.

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CC161: Stand By For Crime and Philip Marlowe

This week the show begins with Stand By For Crime and an episode from 1953 titled Hollywood Love Triangle. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe and Night Tide from May 21, 1949.

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CC153: Philip Marlowe and Barrie Craig

The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe starts the show off this week with an episode titled The Heart Of Gold.  That one first aired October 24, 1948.  Then it’s Ripely’s Believe It Or Not, before we hear Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator and Ghost Of A Chance.  That episode was first heard December 19, 1951.

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CC112: Two Faces Of Marlowe

This week it’s two from The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe, each with a different actor in the lead role.  First it’s Van Heflin in Who Shot Waldo from June 12, 1947.  Then Gerald Mohr takes the lead in The Panama Hat from October 10, 1948.  Dick Powell took the role once for the Lux Radio Theater, an episode we might hear sometime in the future.

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CC076: Diamond And Marlowe

This week we hear from Dick Powell as Richard Diamond, Private Detective in Dead Man’s Letter from November 8, 1950.  Then after Ripley’s it’s The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe and The Iron Coffin.  This episode first aired July 12, 1950.

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