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Mike Hobart



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PostPosted: Sat Aug 10, 2013 8:01 am    Post subject: Crime and Mystery and Suspense Reply with quote

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Nick Carter (1944) Murder on Mad Mountain [pictured below]

Nick Carter, on a train stuck in a blizzard, discovers the murders of a brakeman and an opera singer, and a jewel robbery. I draw your attention to what the dog did in the night, as Sherlock would have said.



Let George Do It (1946) "The Robber" or "Mary had a Lamb"

Valentine investigates when a bookshop owner dies and his shop is ransacked.
Can Mother Goose give them a clue to a hoard of hidden loot? How about a trashy bestseller?
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 11, 2013 9:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Textron Theatre 45-12-08 #14 "Angel Street" (a.k.a. "Gaslight")

What a cast! Helen Hayes, Boris Karloff and Cedric Hardwicke!

Could Boris be trying to drive Helen crazy? What do you think?
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2013 6:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Hopalong Cassidy
March 29, 1950. Program #68. "Stagecoach West".
Hoppy rides shotgun on the stagecoach after the Apaches are said to have burned down a change station, kiledl a guard, and endangered the gold shipment. Is all as it seems? Hoppy isn't going to be fooled.
William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Barton Yarborough, Buckley Angel (writer).

Teahouse Detective
s1 e1 'The York Mystery' (BBC Monday 14th May 1998)

Intriguing stuff. In a London ABC Cornerhouse in the twenties, few would guess that ragged old man sitting over a cup of warm tea and a doughnut is Britain's most astute detective, or that he is on the brink of solving the country's most scandalous and intriguing murder mystery of Charles Lavender. (Dramatised from Baroness Orczy's story first published in the May 1902 editon of 'The Royal Magazine' and later, as one of the short stories in the 1909 book "The Old Man in the Corner".)
Bernard Hepton ............. The Man in the Corner
Suzanne Burden ...................... Polly Burton
Richard Derrington ........ Lord Arthur Skelmerton
Lucy Tregia ............... Lady Arthur Skelmerton
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 10, 2014 7:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pamila321 wrote:
Thank you for the tips. Proper care will save money in long term. Someone always help make seriuosly posts i'd condition.


How true these words are, even today.
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