Finger Man

Narrated by: Joel McCrea
Length: 29 mins
4.2 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Western film star Joel McCrea portrayed Ranger Jace Pearson in NBC's Tales of the Texas Rangers, covering "more than 260,000 square miles" of modern-day frontier with "50 men who make up the most famous and oldest law enforcement body in North America". Their job was to solve major crimes, using old-fashioned tracking techniques and psychological analysis. Tales of the Texas Rangers was broadcast from 1950 through 1952, and was later revived on television.

This episode originally aired on July 13, 1952.

Round 'em up: listen to more Tales of the Texas Rangers.
©2006 Radio Spirits Inc. (P)2006 Radio Spirits Inc.

Critic Reviews

"Tales of the Texas Rangers was another excellent western." (Jon David Swartz and Robert C. Reinehr, Handbook of Old-Time Radio)

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A Fun Listening Experience of A Dated Radio Program

This is a radio program from 1952 wherein a story about the Texas Rangers is reenacted. It was an enjoyable experience. The story would be the equivalent to a modern television episode. For me it was more of a time capsule type experience than a scintillating story. I noticed that Stacey Keach Sr. is a part of the production team. I appreciated learning that. Thank You...