The episodes were executed via typical noir-style narration, but the departure from the usual hard-boiled detective character, as well as careful attention to authentic sound effects, music and other details, gave the series a fresh and exotic feel which made it a favorite with fans.
There were several runs of the show, beginning under the name A Man Named Jordan, beginning in 1945 and continuing as late as 1957. George Raft played the title role in some later-version episodes.
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|The Bartered Bridegroom||Red Stands for Blood||The Big Ditch|
|Count Me Out||Twenty Fathoms Under||Journey to Nashier|
|The Lady from Tangiers||The Two O'Clock Man||The Map of Murder|
|The Genacos Affair||The St. Louis Blues||The Broken Wing|
|The Man in the Morgue||Passport for Vivi||The Race|
|Valley of the Dead||Everything Shipshape||The Coward of Mutah Kahn|
|Strangers Three||Portrait of Rocky||Varlachi|
|Ace-High Straight||My Quiet Friend||Gold Fever|
|Up in Flames||Consignment for Naples||Cairo Vendetta|
|The Man in the Nile||Fall Guy||The Gum Queen|
|Death in the Sand||Lady in Disguise||The Lady from Istanbul|
|Escapade with Paula||The Make-Up Man||A Stranger to the Desert|
|The Case of the Sleepy Camel||Desert Betrayal||Adventure with Andrea|
|Baksheesh Boy||The Man They All Loved||The Nile Runs High|
|Champagne, Caviar and Hot Ice||The Man from Damascus||Memento from Adelaide|