This Audio Archive feature presentation delivers William Powell and Myrna Loy, who reprise thei roles as Nick and Nora Charles, the sophisticated lovers at the heart of Dashiell Hammett's immortal romantic-mystery masterpiece, The Thin Man.
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I enjoy the casting of the thin man movies and love that they kept William Powell and Myrna Loy. It's their chemistry and banter than make this fun.
I love all the suspects invited to dinner in order to expose the murderer. In some ways the story is pretty innocent compared with mysteries now, and yet the basic formula stays the same.
The smartness of Powell and Loy.
Yes. An old radio broadcast all in about one hour
Music Lover, Bookworm, Auntie, Baker, Reenactor/Living Historian, Costumer (its *just* a hobby, right?!?), Photog, well-intention-ed scrapbooker, World Traveler, & Keeper of Random Information ;-).
With stars like William Powell & Myra Loy recreating their on screen roles for a Lux Radio Show, what is not to love? :)
No, too hard to hear without plugging into a stereo to boost volume.
Yes. But why is the introductory background narration so loud and clear while the actual story is so poor in volume level?
Yes, when Nick rounds them all up for a dinner which reveals the murderer.
The volume on these audible books is pathetic on my Kindle! Without an ear piece, it can barely be heard.
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