The series first aired on NBC in 1947 featuring Van Heflin in the starring role but lasted only a few months. CBS revived the program a year later with Gerald Mohr (pictured) playing Marlowe. The revamped incarnation proved a hit with listeners and provided weekly broadcasts through the summer of 1951. By 1949, it had become the most popular show on radio.
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|The Dear Dead Days|
|Life Can Be Murder|
|The Good Neighbor Policy|
|The Long Way Home|
|The Young Man's Fancy|
|Heir for G-Strong (rehearsal)|
|Heir for G-String|
|Nether Nether Land (rehearsal)|
|Nether Nether Land|
|The Medium Was Rare|
|The Sound and the Unsound|