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EP0100: Yours Truly Johnny Dollar: The Little Man Who Wasn’t All There

 

Johnny Dollar is dispatched to San Francisco to investigate a man who is hinting that he’s behind a series of “accidental deaths.” At the time of each death, the man has a perfect alibi.

Original Air Date: October 29, 1949

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EP0099: Sherlock Holmes: The Purloined Ruby

Sherlock Holmes again returns from retirement. This time he and Watson are trying to solve a mystery that surrounds a play based on Sherlock Holmes’ adventures and a stolen ruby from a distant land.

Original Air Date: May 7, 1945

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EP0098: Let George Do It: Cry Murder

Another private investigator sent George a letter hiring him “just in case” he’s murdered. When the other investigator is murdered, George goes to work.

Original Air Date: July 19, 1948

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EP0097: Johnny Madero: The Fatal Auction

Johnny Madero is offered $50 to buy an item at an auction. His client disappears and before he knows it, Warchek from homicide is breathing down his neck.

Original Air Date: June 26, 1947

Some days you don’t make out any better than an ice cube at a cocktail party.

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EP0096: Box 13: The Better Man

 

Dan Holiday can get $200,000 to charity if he’s willing to play a twisted rich man’s game and go head to head with a killer.

Original Air Date: May 19, 1948

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Video Theater 002: The Bat


A mystery writer (Agnes Moorhead) finds herself in the middle of a real life murder mystery in a small town and up against a dangerous serial killer who victimizes women and calls himself “The Bat.” Vincent Price also co-stars.

Rated PG for Violence.

Released: August 9, 1959

The Big List of Detective Shows

I get asked a lot about what shows we’re going to play as replacements in the line up become necessary, so I decided to make a list of the shows I would like to do, the shows I’m not going to do and those I’m not sure about. If there’s another detective show that’s not on the list, please leave it in the comments or call the show at 208-991-GR8D (4783).

The only shows that I will consider are either American made shows or shows made for American syndication that were produced before February 15, 1972.

The most up to date version of this list will be kept here.

Already Done or Doing:

Box 13

Pat Novak for Hire

Johnny Madero

Jeff Regan

Let George Do It

Sherlock Holmes

Yours Truly Johnny Dollar

Yes:

Adventures of Ellery Queen

Adventures of the Abbotts

Amazing Mr. Malone/Murder and Mr. Malone

Barrie Craig

Big Guy

Boston Blackie

Broadway is My Beat

Candy Matson

Casebook of Gregory Hood

Charlie Chan

Defense Attorney

The Falcon

Father Brown

The Fat Man

Frank Race

Hercule Poirot

I Deal in Crime

Inspector Thorne

Johnny Fletcher

Martin Kane

Matthew Slade

Michael Shayne

Miss Pinkerton

Mr. and Mrs. North (Frost-Curtain Version)

Mystery is My Hobby

Nero Wolfe

Nick Carter

Nightbeat

Pete Kelly’s Blues

Philip Marlowe

Policewoman

Philo Vance (NBC Version)

Richard Diamond

Rogue’s Gallery

The Saint

Tales of Fatima

Thin Man

Probably Yes:

Sam Spade

No:

Adventures by Morse

Detectives Black and Blue

I Love a Mystery

I Love Adventure

Jonathan Brixton (aka Attorney for the Defense.)

Mr. and Mrs. North (Briton and Denning version)

Philo Vance (Ziv Transcription)

Need to hear more episodes to make up my mind:

Adventures of Christopher London

Big Town

Bulldog Drummond

Heathstone of the Death Squad

Call the Police

Cases of Mr. Ace

Casey, Crime Photographer

Cloak and Dagger

Crime Correspondent

Crime Doctor

Danger Dr. Danfield

Danger with Granger

Dangerous Assignment

Dick Tracy

Dr. Tim Detective

Front Page Farrell

It’s a Crime, Mr. Collins

Miss Sherlock

Mister Chameleon

Mr. District Attorney

Mr. Keen Tracer of Lost Persons

Mr. Moto

Official Detective

The Private Files of Rex Saunders

Results, Inc.

Rocky Jordan

Stand By for Crime

Strange Wills

That Hammer Guy