Johnny has a way with the ladies, but will his last date be with death?
For free trips and a fat fee, Johnny Dollar descends into cases of missing money and missing men. But, what can he do when the bodies are walled up, washed up, and fallen down? When the jewels and the paintings are fake? And, when everything from trucks to trout to widows are on the loose? He'd better bring his gun.
This collection features Bob Bailey in 27 half hour episodes, including three two-part storylines. John Dehner, Stacy Harris, Frank Nelson, Alan Reed, Virginia Gregg, Joe Kearns and many more are heard in these wayward matters.
Episodes Include: "The Mad Hatter Matter", 01-27-57; "The Wayward Truck Matter", 05-26-57; "The Mason-Dixon Mismatch Matter", 06-09-57; "The Dixon Murder Matter", 06-16-57; "The Confederate Coinage Matter", 07-28-57; "The Wayward Widow Matter", 08-04-57; "The Diamond Dilemma Matter", 03-02-58; "The Wayward Moth Matter", 03-09-58; "The Salkoff Sequel Matter", 03-16-58; "The Killer's List Matter", 03-30-58; "The Wayward Money Matter", 04-13-58; "The Wayward Trout Matter", 04-20-58; "The Village of Virtue Matter", 04-27-58; "The Carson Arson Matter", 05-04-58; "The Wayward River Matter", 06-08-58; "The Ugly Pattern Matter", 06-29-58; "The Blinker Matter", 07-06-58; "The Mojave Red Matter - Part One", 07-13-58; "The Mojave Red Matter - Part Two", 07-20-58; "The Wayward Diamonds Matter", 09-14-58; "The Johnson Payroll Matter", 09-21-58; "The Gruesome Spectacle Matter", 09-28-58; "The Date with Death Matter", 02-08-59; "The Blue Madonna Matter", 02-22-59; "The Cautious Celibate Matter", 04-19-59; "The Winsome Widow Matter", 04-26-59; "The Cask of Death Matter", 05-24-59.
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Johnny Dollar has become one of my favorite radio shows. Its entertaining and I loved the hard boiled detective stories. Bob Bailey is also a great radio star. My only problem with this audio was what happened during the breaks in the show. Sometimes it's nice to listen to classic radio adds. But on most of radio plays breaks, instead of adds they played boring 3 minute documentaries. The favorite subject of these Education breaks is Americas state flags and the history of every flag of the Union. Anyone who has watched the TV comedy show the Big Bang theory, has probably seen Sheldon's blog Fun With Flags. The radio adds are a lot like the blog, but not at all funny. Now imagine your watching an exciting TV show like The Blacklist and instead of TV adds you get Fun with flags. After a while it will get a little tiring and makes it hard to enjoy your show. I want to be entertained, not educated.
Great collection of short dramatized stories straight from old time radio.
These short stories are great to fill short periods of time, or back to back.
Bring me some more Johnny Dollar please.
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