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"In cooperation with police and federal law enforcement departments throughout the United States..."
When Phillips H. Lord created his long running Gang Busters radio series in January of 1936, crime was rampant and criminals (both actual and fictional) were being glamorized in movies and newspapers. In response, Lord brought the public this police procedural series, dramatizing stories of real cops who kept real counterfeiters, safe crackers, and killers off the streets - and even broadcasting alerts for criminals known to be at large.
These 20 digitally remastered and restored episodes present raw case histories that point out an ancient truth: that society's way is the best way, and that he who flagrantly defies law and custom never wins…and usually pays a stiff price for his boldness. Includes a Program Guide by Martin Grams, Jr.
EPISODES INCLUDE: The Case of Dwight Beard 11-01-40, The Case of the Nickel and Dime Bandits 03-28-41, The Case of the Missing Corpse (or The Case of Mrs. Gangbusters) 04-04-41, The Case of the Jersey Butcher Bandits 11-08-47, The Case of the Triple Threat Bandit 12-27-47, The Case of the Oliver Brothers (or Brothers in Banditry) 01-31-48, The Case of the Broadway Bandits 03-20-48, The Case of the Cumberland Safe Cracker (or The Case of the Ray Ernest Gang) 03-27-48, The Case of the High School Hot Shots 04-10-48, The Case of the Quincy Killers 04-24-48, The Case of Craig and Motes (or The Case of the Tennessee Triggermen) 06-19-48, The Case of the Mysterious Rooming House 07-24-48, The Case of the Cincinnati Narcotics Ring 09-25-48, The Case of the Appointment With Death 12-18-48, The Case of the Counterfeit Combine 01-29-49, The Case of the Sledgehammer Handicap (or The Case of the Laughing Bandits) 06-11-49, The Case of the Elusive Leader 10-22-49, The Case of the Hue and the Cry 11-26-49, The Case of the Golden Touch 01-07-50, The Case of the Lost Gun (or The Danville Bank Job) 02-05-55