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  • Parties for Death: Nero Wolfe | Rex Stout

    Parties for Death: Nero Wolfe

    • ORIGINAL (8 hrs and 50 mins)
    • By Rex Stout
    • Narrated By Sydney Greenstreet, Wally Maher, Herb Ellis, and others
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    Nero Wolfe is "a gourmet who never walks when he can sit and never sits when he can lie down." Join Rex Stout's reclusive, overweight, orchid-loving super sleuth as masterfully portrayed by Sydney Greenstreet in this exciting radio series. Ever in search of a perfect meal and a cold bottle of beer, Wolfe often sends Archie Goodwin, his secretary and operative, in his stead. Archie, while trying to keep his well-known weakness for red heads in check, follows up on leads and does the leg work, setting up his brilliant boss to solve the case.

    Michael says: "OK Old Radio but not Rex Stout"
  • Let George Do It |  Mutual Broadcasting System

    Let George Do It

    • ORIGINAL (9 hrs and 52 mins)
    • By Mutual Broadcasting System
    • Narrated By Bob Bailey, Frances Robinson, Wally Maher
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    Bob Bailey stars as detective George Valentine, a likable guy who is confident in his abilities and willing to give just about anything a shot. Frances Robinson gives life and allure to the character of Claire Brooks, George's girl (and girl Friday). Rounding out the regular trio is Lt. Riley, Valentine's reluctant right-hand man down at police headquarters, played to the hilt by Wally Maher, with an endearing mix of frustration and admiration.

  • Let George Do It: Cry Uncle |  Original Radio Broadcasts

    Let George Do It: Cry Uncle

    • ORIGINAL (7 hrs and 53 mins)
    • By Original Radio Broadcasts
    • Narrated By Bob Bailey, Wally Maher, Frances Robinson
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    He'd rather use his head than his fists or a gun, but sometimes you can't be too choosy! Bob Bailey stars as freelance investigator George Valentine, roaming postwar California in search of adventure, mystery, and more! Wally Maher plays his contrary police contact, Lieutenant Riley, alongside many of radio's usual suspects: Joseph Kearns, Gloria Blondell, Howard McNear, Virginia Gregg, Larry Dobkin, Lurene Tuttle, and more.

  • The Line Up: Witness | Morton Fine,David Friedkin,Jack Newman

    The Line Up: Witness

    • ORIGINAL (7 hrs and 38 mins)
    • By Morton Fine, David Friedkin, Jack Newman
    • Narrated By Bill Johnstone, Wally Maher, Jack Moyles, and others
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    Lieutenant Ben Guthrie and Sergeant Matt Greb introduce lineups full of characters both heinous and hilarious. Go with them as they go after the most menacing of criminals in 16 gritty episodes from the 1950s, now in digitally restored sound. Radio greats Bill Johnstone, Wally Maher, and Jack Moyles are on the beat on the streets of a great American city. And things get tough when the witnesses are unreliable, unsure, unwilling - or dead.

  • Michael Shayne: Murder, Prepaid | Brett Halliday

    Michael Shayne: Murder, Prepaid

    • ORIGINAL (7 hrs and 44 mins)
    • By Brett Halliday
    • Narrated By Wally Maher, Jeff Chandler, Cathy Lewis, and others
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    Red-hot and redheaded, he's looking for adventure on the mean streets of San Francisco and New Orleans! He's Brett Halliday's hard-boiled creation Michael Shayne. This rough and reckless Irishman is letting loose in this collection of 16 pulse-pounding dramas starring tough guys Wally Maher and Jeff Chandler. Cathy Lewis co-stars as Phyllis Knight, with Joe Forte as Homicide Inspector Faraday, and Jack Webb as Homicide Inspector LeFevre.

    Chris Coyne says: "The Good and the bad."
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