EP1667: Philip Marlowe: The Angry Eagle

Gerald Mohr

Marlowe is called by a fight manager to keep his fighter from getting into trouble.

Original Air Date:April 18, 1950
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  3 comments for “EP1667: Philip Marlowe: The Angry Eagle”

  1. mark
    September 2, 2015 at 4:07 pm

    Gerald Mohr had a great voice or radio. So sad he died “only” in his 50s. I have heard him a lot in the Whistler (i am still going through Suspense so he may pop up there too). I hate most of his roles in the Whistler as he was the bad guy and I like Mohr.

  2. Lanny Carlson
    September 4, 2015 at 7:20 am

    I love your podcast, but I am getting frustrated!
    I like to listen to your show first thing every morning,
    but it seems to be posting later each day.
    It’s nearly 8:30 here, and the only way to get my daily “fix”
    is to find the day’s episode elsewhere.
    Is there any way you can post the night before,
    so it will be waiting for us to begin the day?
    Grace and Peace,
    Lanny R Carlson

  3. Yours Truly Johnny Blogger
    September 4, 2015 at 11:35 am


    From my end, I set the episodes to be published at Midnight MT. I could probably set them to publish a little bit earlier once the episodes have actually been uploaded. Mainly, it’s software issues and communication between Itunes and our site. Sorry for the inconvenience, I’ll see if I can knock back the publication time by a couple hours for those files that have already been uploaded and see if that helps.

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