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  • Gene Levitt

    Philip Marlowe was a fictional private eye created by author Raymond Chandler. He was first seen as portrayed by Humphrey Bogart in the 1939 classic feature "The Big Sleep". The fictional detective was introduced to the radio in 1947 and, by 1949, was the most popular radio...read more

  • Gene Levitt

    Bizarre enthusiasm, unusual inheritors, $300,000 and a map are some of the details that made the radio broadcast perfect. When the will was read, everybody figured she'd been crazy when she wrote it. And that included me. But I changed my mind after spending a night on an island with a pig, a cat and an ape. Because in reality, they were...read more

  • Gene Levitt

    A good action story about an escaped convict and the two women in his life. When it started a girls wedding and New Years Eve were only six hours away and Philip Marlowe didn't think the bride-to-be would make either one of them but that was before he ran up against the slot machine operator, the escaped convict and above all the old...read more

  • Gene Levitt

    In a Mexican diamond mine, Detective Philip Marlowe must knab a thief! Get this and get it straight. Crime is a sucker's road and those who travel it wind up in the gutter, the prison or an early grave. There's no other end, but they never learn. Let me give you an example. Philip Marlowe was hired to find a thief and he did, a thousand miles from home. What he found was a fresh corpse in the closet and all because the only woman in sight wouldn't play...read more

  • Gene Levitt

    Why is The Heat Wave, a burlesque dancer wearing a golden mask? Marlowe's been hired to find out. Murder tries a strip...read more

  • Gene Levitt

    A Hawaiian caper on the trail of the fabulous historic relic. Marlowe finds murder and intrigue...including a dead Philip Marlowe, found in a lily pond! A good dramatic conclusion on the Pali of Oahu. It started at dawn in a Los Angeles taxi and wound up that night on a cliff in the middle of the pacific all because of a dustman with $50,000, a corpse in a lily pond and an oriental with a chauffer who wanted a cloak made of nothing but...read more

  • Gene Levitt

    The story of a mixed-up girl, and her mixed-up life and her really strange sister. The big fog that clung to Los Angeles made searching for the girl who was going to kill herself slow and uneasy, but in the end I'd have settled for that and more because murder happened twice before I found the lady in...read more

  • Gene Levitt

    Marlowe is hired to keep a man from getting killed, he fails miserably. In waddles The Hippo, who always laughs, even with a gun in his hand. Marlowe is shot! Get this and get it straight, crime is a sucker's road and those who travel it wind up in the gutter, the prison or the grave. There's no other end but they never learn. This time a nervous breakdown and a driving rain, a cape with a high collar and a tiny sliver of glass led me from the ballet and a beautiful dancer to the edge of a cliff and...read more

  • Gene Levitt

    Murder on a motorcycle, as Marlowe goes to work for a millionaire trying to protect his daughter. An iron skull was their trademark, their business was climbing walls and it was all done on wheels at 70 miles an hour but that was a cinch for the death cheaters until they felt murder and a feminine...read more

  • Gene Levitt

    Marlowe finds himself in Lonesome, Arizona, on the trail of the loot from a bank robbery. A corpse that wouldn't stay dead, a pistol with a silencer on it and a fortune in a black satchel spell death for the big city boys when they finally got together in lonesome...read more

  • Gene Levitt 

    Philip Marlowe was the most hard-boiled of gumshoes, a Private Investigator who could smell a ruse, taste a betrayal and track down anyone hiding in the shadows. The radio series was so successful but by 1949 it had the largest audience of any radio show. That’s quite a claim, and even if not absolutely accurate it’s near the mark. Marlowe, created by Raymond Chandler, is someone we all seem to know, a door who’s door we would knock on in times of trial. His methods might not be totally within the law but hey, these were bad people he was up against and as anyone in the law business knows – needs must.Gerald Mohr is Philip Marlowe. And he’s ready for his next...read more

  • Gene Levitt 

    Philip Marlowe was the most hard-boiled of gumshoes, a Private Investigator who could smell a ruse, taste a betrayal and track down anyone hiding in the shadows. The radio series was so successful but by 1949 it had the largest audience of any radio show. That’s quite a claim, and even if not absolutely accurate it’s near the mark. Marlowe, created by Raymond Chandler, is someone we all seem to know, a door who’s door we would knock on in times of trial. His methods might not be totally within the law but hey, these were bad people he was up against and as anyone in the law business knows – needs must.Gerald Mohr is Philip Marlowe. And he’s ready for his next...read more

  • Gene Levitt 

    Philip Marlowe was the most hard-boiled of gumshoes, a Private Investigator who could smell a ruse, taste a betrayal and track down anyone hiding in the shadows. The radio series was so successful but by 1949 it had the largest audience of any radio show. That’s quite a claim, and even if not absolutely accurate it’s near the mark. Marlowe, created by Raymond Chandler, is someone we all seem to know, a door who’s door we would knock on in times of trial. His methods might not be totally within the law but hey, these were bad people he was up against and as anyone in the law business knows – needs must.Gerald Mohr is Philip Marlowe. And he’s ready for his next...read more

  • Gene Levitt 

    Philip Marlowe was the most hard-boiled of gumshoes, a Private Investigator who could smell a ruse, taste a betrayal and track down anyone hiding in the shadows. The radio series was so successful but by 1949 it had the largest audience of any radio show. That’s quite a claim, and even if not absolutely accurate it’s near the mark. Marlowe, created by Raymond Chandler, is someone we all seem to know, a door who’s door we would knock on in times of trial. His methods might not be totally within the law but hey, these were bad people he was up against and as anyone in the law business knows – needs must.Gerald Mohr is Philip Marlowe. And he’s ready for his next...read more

  • Gene Levitt 

    Philip Marlowe was the most hard-boiled of gumshoes, a Private Investigator who could smell a ruse, taste a betrayal and track down anyone hiding in the shadows. The radio series was so successful but by 1949 it had the largest audience of any radio show. That’s quite a claim, and even if not absolutely accurate it’s near the mark. Marlowe, created by Raymond Chandler, is someone we all seem to know, a door who’s door we would knock on in times of trial. His methods might not be totally within the law but hey, these were bad people he was up against and as anyone in the law business knows – needs must.Gerald Mohr is Philip Marlowe. And he’s ready for his next...read more

  • Gene Levitt 

    Philip Marlowe was the most hard-boiled of gumshoes, a Private Investigator who could smell a ruse, taste a betrayal and track down anyone hiding in the shadows. The radio series was so successful but by 1949 it had the largest audience of any radio show. That’s quite a claim, and even if not absolutely accurate it’s near the mark. Marlowe, created by Raymond Chandler, is someone we all seem to know, a door who’s door we would knock on in times of trial. His methods might not be totally within the law but hey, these were bad people he was up against and as anyone in the law business knows – needs must.Gerald Mohr is Philip Marlowe. And he’s ready for his next...read more

  • Gene Levitt 

    Philip Marlowe was the most hard-boiled of gumshoes, a Private Investigator who could smell a ruse, taste a betrayal and track down anyone hiding in the shadows. The radio series was so successful but by 1949 it had the largest audience of any radio show. That’s quite a claim, and even if not absolutely accurate it’s near the mark. Marlowe, created by Raymond Chandler, is someone we all seem to know, a door who’s door we would knock on in times of trial. His methods might not be totally within the law but hey, these were bad people he was up against and as anyone in the law business knows – needs must.Gerald Mohr is Philip Marlowe. And he’s ready for his next...read more

  • Gene Levitt 

    Philip Marlowe was the most hard-boiled of gumshoes, a Private Investigator who could smell a ruse, taste a betrayal and track down anyone hiding in the shadows. The radio series was so successful but by 1949 it had the largest audience of any radio show. That’s quite a claim, and even if not absolutely accurate it’s near the mark. Marlowe, created by Raymond Chandler, is someone we all seem to know, a door who’s door we would knock on in times of trial. His methods might not be totally within the law but hey, these were bad people he was up against and as anyone in the law business knows – needs must.Gerald Mohr is Philip Marlowe. And he’s ready for his next...read more

  • Gene Levitt 

    Philip Marlowe was the most hard-boiled of gumshoes, a Private Investigator who could smell a ruse, taste a betrayal and track down anyone hiding in the shadows. The radio series was so successful but by 1949 it had the largest audience of any radio show. That’s quite a claim, and even if not absolutely accurate it’s near the mark. Marlowe, created by Raymond Chandler, is someone we all seem to know, a door who’s door we would knock on in times of trial. His methods might not be totally within the law but hey, these were bad people he was up against and as anyone in the law business knows – needs must.Gerald Mohr is Philip Marlowe. And he’s ready for his next...read more

  • Gene Levitt 

    Philip Marlowe was the most hard-boiled of gumshoes, a Private Investigator who could smell a ruse, taste a betrayal and track down anyone hiding in the shadows. The radio series was so successful but by 1949 it had the largest audience of any radio show. That’s quite a claim, and even if not absolutely accurate it’s near the mark. Marlowe, created by Raymond Chandler, is someone we all seem to know, a door who’s door we would knock on in times of trial. His methods might not be totally within the law but hey, these were bad people he was up against and as anyone in the law business knows – needs must.Gerald Mohr is Philip Marlowe. And he’s ready for his next...read more