He's tall. He's tough. He's the king of the hardboiled private eyes, and he's stalking the rain-swept streets of postwar Los Angeles. He's Philip Marlowe, here with twenty thrill-a-minute episodes produced and directed by Norman Macdonnell.
Tough-voiced Gerald Mohr plays Raymond Chandler's Marlowe as a man who has been burned by the world a little too often for his own good. He finds mysteries amongst valuables and the violent, facing down false witnesses and frame ups. And on one stormy winter night, his past catches up with him.
Includes a program guide by radio historian Elizabeth McLeod.
Episodes Include: The Indian Giver 08-13-49; The Eager Witness 08-27-49; The Open Window 10-08-49; The Birds on the Wing 11-26-49; The Kid on the Corner 12-03-49; The Covered Bridge 01-14-50; The Bid for Freedom 01-21-50; The Long Arm 02-07-50; The Grim Echo 02-14-50; The Monkey's Uncle 03-07-50; The Vital Statistic 03-14-50; The Man on the Roof 04-04-50; The Angry Eagle 04-18-50; Cloak of Kamehameha 05-16-50; Face to Forget 06-14-50; The Pelican's Roost 06-28-50; The Girl From Pitchfork Corners 07-05-50; The Collector's Item 08-25-50; The Soft Spot 09-01-50; The Final Payment 09-15-50