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  • Raymond Chandler

    Philip Marlowe is a fictional private eye created by Raymond Chandler. Marlowe first appeared, under that name, in The Big Sleep, published in 1939. The Adventures of Philip Marlowe was a radio series featuring the Marlowe character. It first aired 17 June 1947 on NBC radio under the title The New Adventures of Philip Marlowe, and moved to CBS radio a few months later. By 1949, it had the largest audience in radio. The CBS version ran for 114 episodes. While many fans of classic hard-boiled detective stories are familiar with Chandler's novels and short stories, few have heard these radio shows. They are a testament to Chandler's skill in creating a world and a character that are engaging...read more

  • Hollywood 360

    Raymond Chandler's celebrated hard-boiled private eye, Philip Marlowe, made his radio debut in 1945 on the Lux Radio Theatre with "Murder, My Sweet," starring Dick Powell. Two years later, NBC brought the character to the air in his own weekly series starring Van Heflin, The New Adventures of Philip Marlowe. A summer replacement for The Bob Hope Show, the series was short-lived, ending September 9, 1947. CBS revived it in 1948 with The Adventures of Philip Marlowe, starring Gerald Mohr. With producer/director Norman MacDonnell at the helm, the series captured the largest audience in radio by 1949. Scripts were by Gene Levitt, Robert Mitchell, Mel Dinelli, and Kathleen Hite. While Chandler's...read more

  • The Transcription Company Of America

    First heard in 1937, That Was The Year consisted of 39 fifteen minute long shows featuring historical vignettes dramatizing key moments in the lives of men and women whose contributions had a significant impact on the history of the modern world between the years 1896-1934. Among the intriguing historical nuggets listeners to That Was The Year heard were the faithful recreation of the first demonstration of a television broadcast in 1927; who made the first transcontinental telephone message in 1915; and how the Republic of China was established in 1912. Each show segment ended by playing for listeners a song that had been popular in the year just chronicled. "Lazy Bones" ended the 1933...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

  • 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

  • Raymond Chandler

    Raymond Chandler’s famous private eye, Philip Marlowe, comes to life in this 44-episode collection of Season One of The Adventures of Philip Marlowe radio show, featuring the original cast recordings originally aired on the CBS Radio Network from 1948-1950. The Adventures of Philip Marlowe was a fan favorite for its no-nonsense, hard-boiled approach to crime solving and is presented here in 44 commercial-free episodes. ℗ © Copyright 2020 byTimely Audio. Digitally remastered and edited from public domain recordings. Additional new content created and produced by Timely Audio © 2020, all rights...read more