EP3449: The Man Called X: Warm Welcome, Sudden Death

Herbert Marshall

The Man Called X goes to Tibet to thwart a Communist plot to take control.

Original Air Date: November 18, 1950

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  1 comment for “EP3449: The Man Called X: Warm Welcome, Sudden Death”

  1. A K
    May 12, 2021 at 5:37 pm

    Adam, thank you for your daily programs and the historical commentaries before and after the shows. I lost most of my hearing several years ago, and though I loved to sing and listen to music, I was no longer able to hear the tunes. I began listening to classic radio until I could no longer make out the words. In 2018 I was able to receive a Cochlear implant and have since been able to hear most of what I was missing. I am able to tune in ANY SONG and RADIO PROGRAM or AUDIO BOOK by processing it though my implant with the help of my phone. It is basically playing into my head and so much clearer. I always listen to your shows in the car, on trips, and at home while doing my books. We have a non-profit animal rescue, and rescue and sponsor low cost spay/neuter clinics for the community. I listen to your shows every morning between 9 and 12 while I am cleaning out PUPPY PENS, and believe me, I need to drown out the puppy barking or take off my hearing aid entirely. I can catch up on all the old time radio shows: Johnny Dollar is my favorite, Box 13 with Alan Ladd, I was an FBI Agent, and so many more are just wonderful film noir to remember. They are so much better than the TV shows, videos or U TUBE films of today. Thank you for bringing back memories of better days of radio and nostalgia.

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