Category: Podcast

EP0033: Let George Do It: Am I My Brother’s Keeper?

George Valentine is hired to reconcile two brothers, but when the dead body of a local gambling kingpen is found in the missing brother’s apartment, the mission takes on a new sense of urgency, as George must find the brother before the dead kingpin’s gang does.

Original Air Date: April 12, 1948

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EP0032: Pat Novak: Joe Condano

After being hired to pay off a beautiful woman’s brother’s gambling debt, Novak finds himself next to a dead body with Inspector Hellman on the way up.

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Quotes:

“I’ve run across better people in sewers.”

“You can’t add a pair of zeroes without crib notes.”-Novak to Hellman.

“Stop posing. You couldn’t follow an elephant across a basketball court.”-Novak to Hellman.

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EP0031: Box 13: Short Assignment

Dan Holiday fills in for a vertically challenged Private Detective to guard the son of a dead man who relatives fear might commit suicide.

Original Air Date: February 18, 1948

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EP0030: Yours Truly Johnny Dollar: The Milford Brooks III Matter (Charles Russell Cut)

Johnny Dollar has to keep a young man from committing suicide and costing his insurance company $2 million. The benficiary on the policy: a ruthless gambler who the young man owes big money to.

Original Broadcast: March 25, 1949

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EP0029: Sherlock Holmes: The Armchair Solution

Confined to 221B Baker Street, Sherlock Holmes gets a mystery he can solve in his own backyard when a neighbor is shot to death, and Holmes and Watson see her nephew flee the scene of the crime.

Original Air Date: June 6, 1936

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EP0028: Let George Do It: The Smugglers

 

George Valentine finds an old army buddy confined to a saniterium after an alleged explosion in Egypt. George’s suspicions are aroused when someone takes a shot at him and Brooksie.

Original Air Date: April 5, 1948

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EP0027: Pat Novak for Hire: Rory Malone

Pat Novak gets an offer for $300 from a beautiful woman to stay away from boxer Rory Malone, and $300 from Malone’s manager. Whichever side he ends up on, it’s going to be trouble.

Original Air Date: March 20, 1949
Quote of the Show:

She was a lovely girl. The sort of person you expected to see in a Choir loft-about three hours after choir practice had ended. Her hair was red, her eyes were as cold as rigamortis. And you knew the first time you met her that you’d been seeing her too often…She was as safe a tap dancer on a floor full of dynamite caps.

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