EP0012: Pat Novak for Hire: Marcia Halpern

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A woman with apparent amnesia stumbles into Pat Novak and then dies. Novak has to find out who she really is before Hellman rushes him off to the gas chamber.

Quote of the Episode:

“If I didn’t move fast, I was deader than a Philadelphia nightclub.”

Original Air Date: February 27, 1949

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EP0011: Box 13: Suzi Quits the Paper to Work for Dan

An elderly woman sends an urgent message to Box 13. The reason…there’s a dead body in her room.

Original Air Date: January 21, 1948
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The Guide to OTR Distribution Models

There are a number of ways to get an Old Time Radio fix. Each has advantages and disadvantages to it.  There’s some debate back and forth between various sites. I think each can meet the needs of a specific base of fans.

My purpose is not to reccomend any specific products, hosts, or services, only to give the interested fan a look at the benefits and drawbacks of each way of accessing Old Time Radio.

It should also be said that just because there are disadvantages to a method doesn’t mean the medium is bad, just giving pros and cons.

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Show Popularity Ranking

Here’s a ranking of which shows are most popular based on downloads of the first episode, one week after release:

1) Pat Novak for Hire
2) Box 13
3) Yours Truly Johnny Dollar
4) Sherlock Holmes
5) Let George Do It

EP0010: Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar: The Parikoff Policy

Johnny Dollar investigates a murder, with an insured man facing a death penalty if convicted.  (First Charles Russell episode.)
Original Air Date: February 11, 1949
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