EP0102: Jeff Regan: The Prodigal Daughter

The Lyon hires Jeff Regan out to go to New Orleans to find an old man’s daughter. Regan finds she’s already dead, but the mystery is just beginning.

Original Air Date: July 17, 1948

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  1 comment for “EP0102: Jeff Regan: The Prodigal Daughter”

  1. Bill
    March 17, 2010 at 11:51 am

    Your podcasts of “Jeff Regan”, “Johnny Madero”, and especially “Pat Novak” have forced me to revise my opinion of Jack Webb. His radio performances are often clever, usually well-crafted, and generally more nuanced than they seem. Consider the timing and focus required to spit out a mouthful of Novakian similes without sounding insultingly flip. It is unfortunate that many of us know Webb only as television’s Detective Joe Friday. Webb’s oaken performance on the 1960s version of “Dragnet” offers little clue to the dynamism that characterizes the actor’s radio work. Thanks for helping to set the record straight.

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