Jeff Regan, Investigator

Copyright 2014, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of July 21, 2014. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


42393. Jeff Regan, Investigator. July 17, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The Prodigal Daughter". Sustaining. Regan travels to New Orleans to find a wealthy man's daughter. He succeeds, but finds her laid out for burial...or does he? The program is also known as, "Jeff Regan, Private Eye." All times listed for this series are Pacific time. Betty Lou Gerson, Del Castillo (organ), E. Jack Neuman (writer), Eve McVeagh, Gordon T. Hughes (producer, director), Harry Lang, Jack Webb, Laurette Fillbrandt, Lou Krugman, Theodore Von Eltz, Wilms Herbert, Bob Stevenson (announcer). 29:43. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

42394. Jeff Regan, Investigator. July 24, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The Lonesome Lady". Sustaining. John R. Renzo has been murdered, or was it just his bad heart? A fall down stairs is just the start of Jeff's lumps. Betty Lou Gerson, Del Castillo (organ), E. Jack Neuman (writer), Eve McVeagh, Gordon T. Hughes (producer), Jack Webb, Ken Christy, Wilms Herbert. 29:40. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

42395. Jeff Regan, Investigator. July 31, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The Lady With The Golden Hair". Sustaining. Who's trying to kill an eccentric Hollywood make-up artist, and what about that hairy lady? Barton Yarborough, Betty Lou Gerson, Bob Lemond (announcer), Del Castillo (organ), E. Jack Neuman (writer), Eve McVeagh, Gordon T. Hughes (producer), Hans Conried, Jack Kruschen, Jack Webb, Marlo Dwyer, Wilms Herbert. 29:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

42396. Jeff Regan, Investigator. August 7, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The Man Who Liked Mountains". Sustaining. "Big Ed" Kittredge has disappeared...a most unsavory character Betty Lou Gerson, E. Jack Neuman (writer), Edgar Barrier, Eve McVeagh, Gordon T. Hughes (producer), Jack Webb, Jeff Chandler, Laurette Fillbrandt, Richard Aurandt (music), Sidney Miller, William Conrad, Wilms Herbert. 29:46. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

42397. Jeff Regan, Investigator. August 14, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The Diamond Quartet". Sustaining. Jeff's assignment to return a valuable necklace invariably leads to a double murder. One of the characters is a shameless imitation of Sydney Greenstreet in "The Maltese Falcon." Berry Kroeger, Cliff Howell (director), E. Jack Neuman (writer), Eve McVeagh, Gordon T. Hughes (producer), Jack Webb, Lurene Tuttle, Wilms Herbert. 29:56. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

42398. Jeff Regan, Investigator. August 21, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The Man Who Came Back". Sustaining. Murder as usual, politics and dirty dealing, with a frame for good measure! Jack Webb, Wilms Herbert, Betty Lou Gerson, E. Jack Neuman (writer), Richard Aurandt (music), Sterling Tracy (producer). 29:46. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

48268. Jeff Regan, Investigator. August 28, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The Man In The Door". Sustaining. A murdered architect is seen alive and well! Jeff looks into a complicated story of murder and embezzlement. Jack Webb, Wilms Herbert, Lou Krugman, Lurene Tuttle, Betty Lou Gerson, Dave Henderson, William Conrad, E. Jack Neuman (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer), Bob Stevenson (announcer), Richard Aurandt (music). 29:36. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

48269. Jeff Regan, Investigator. September 4, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The House By The Sea". Sustaining. A mind reader needs protection from Grace Nicholls, a red-headed movie actress who has threatened to kill him...and with good reason! Jack Webb, Wilms Herbert, Betty Lou Gerson, Marvin Miller, Tim Rogers, Lurene Tuttle, E. Jack Neuman (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer), Richard Aurandt (music), Bob Stevenson (announcer). 29:45. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

48270. Jeff Regan, Investigator. September 11, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The Story Of Cain and Abel and The Santa Maria". Sustaining. A little silver ship has been stolen, and Jeff has been hired to get it back. Jack Webb, Wilms Herbert, Lurene Tuttle, Dickie Chambers, Paul Frees, Wally Maher, Marvin Miller, E. Jack Neuman (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer), Richard Aurandt (music), Bob Stevenson (announcer). 29:40. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

48271. Jeff Regan, Investigator. September 25, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The Lady With No Name". Sustaining. A woman with amnesia drops dead in "The Lion's" office, which leads Jeff to a case of counterfeiters, complicated by Dum-Dum bullets! The program opening is upcut. Bernice Barrett, Bob Stevenson (announcer), Charles McGraw, David Ellis, E. Jack Neuman (writer), Herb Butterfield, Jack Webb, Lou Krugman, Marvin Miller, Richard Aurandt (music), Stacy Harris, Sterling Tracy (producer), Yvonne Peattie. 29:25. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

40309. Jeff Regan, Investigator. October 2, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The Man With The Key". Sustaining. Jeff, a private investigator, is hired to protect a safe deposit box key for seven hours. Bob Stevenson (announcer), Herb Butterfield, Jack Webb, June Martell, Ken Christy, Marvin Miller, Paul Frees, Yvonne Peattie, E. Jack Neuman (writer), Larry Roman (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer). 29:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

48272. Jeff Regan, Investigator. October 9, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The Too Many Mrs. Rogers'". Sustaining. Jeff is hired to accompany a dead body and a star sapphire ring to La Jolla. Well written! Bob Stevenson (announcer), David Ellis, E. Jack Neuman (writer), Gloria Blondell, Grace Lenard, Herb Butterfield, Jack Petruzzi, Jack Webb, John Hoyt, Larry Roman (writer), Laurette Fillbrandt, Milton Charles, Paul Frees, Sterling Tracy (producer). 29:38. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

94146. Jeff Regan, Investigator. October 16, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The Lost Lady". Sustaining. Jack Webb, Bob Stevenson (announcer), Sterling Tracy (producer), E. Jack Neuman (writer), Larry Roman (writer), Herb Butterfield, Yvonne Peattie, Lurene Tuttle, Ken Christy, Lawrence Dobkin, Milton Charles (organist). 29:40. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

48295. Jeff Regan, Investigator. November 6, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The Lady With Too Much Hair". Sustaining. Jeff is hired to guard a man's beautiful daughter while she's at finishing school, but murder gets to class first. A narcotics angle and a wig store figure in the caper. Bob Stevenson (announcer), Edgar Barrier, Herb Butterfield, Jack Webb, Jackson Gillis (writer), Ken Christy, Larry Roman (writer), Laurette Fillbrandt, Marvin Miller, Mary Lansing, Milton Charles, Sterling Tracy (producer). 29:37. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

62024. Jeff Regan, Investigator. November 13, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The Guy From Gower Gulch". Sustaining. Who shot Davey Crockett? No, it wasn't Mexican soldiers! Crockett was bumped off as soon as he was bailed out of jail. What is the connection between wounded horses and a roll of film? Larry Roman (writer), Jackson Gillis (writer), Ed Begley, Herb Ellis, Milton Charles (composer, conductor), Bob Stevenson (announcer), Sterling Tracy (producer), Yvonne Peattie, Clayton Post, Leo Cleary, Jack Webb, Herb Butterfield. 29:53. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

73175. Jeff Regan, Investigator. November 20, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The Pilgrim's Progress". Sustaining. At a Thanksgiving turkey shoot, Regan gets the bird and it's not the turkey that gets shot, it's Miles Standish! Jack Webb, Herb Butterfield, Mary Lansing, Paul Frees, Marvin Miller, Paul Dubov, Larry Roman (writer), Jackson Gillis (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer), Milton Charles (organ), Bob Stevenson (announcer). 29:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

73176. Jeff Regan, Investigator. November 27, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The Man Who Fought Back". Sustaining. Regan is hired to spend the weekend with Alice and Bill LaFarge. Alice is promptly shot, Bill disppears. Counterfeit football tickets are behind the caper. Laurette Fillbrandt, Charles Seel, Ken Christy, Jack Petruzzi (as Lieutenant Santucci, gets to speak in Italian), Sidney Miller, Larry Roman (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer), Milton Charles (organ), Bob Stevenson (announcer), Jack Webb, Herb Butterfield, Yvonne Peattie. 29:41. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

88445. Jeff Regan, Investigator. December 4, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The Lawyer and The Lady". Sustaining. Lawyer Joseph Kramer hires Regan, then gets shot while in his own office. Mrs. Kramer is shot and killed too. Regan gets decked by Spec Jameson, a 280 pound fat man with brass knuckles. Jack Webb, Herb Butterfield, Lawrence Dobkin, Carol Matthews, Lou Krugman, Marvin Miller, Herb Vigran, Mary Lansing, Bob Stevenson (announcer), Milton Charles (organist), Jackson Gillis (writer), E. Jack Neuman (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer). 29:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85192. Jeff Regan, Investigator. December 11, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The Gambler and His Lady". Sustaining. Georgia Bascombe may be hanging out with a known gambler named Louis Desmond (she's really married to the guy). When Georgia's mother is murdered, there's the smell of cubeb in the air. The little man with the big smell is murdered too. There are two more killings and lots of violence too. Jack Webb, Herb Butterfield, Jack Petruzzi, Marvin Miller, Mary Lansing, Laurette Fillbrandt, Bob Stevenson (announcer), Larry Roman (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer), Pat McGeehan, Sidney Miller, Yvonne Peattie. 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

105027. Jeff Regan, Investigator. December 18, 1948. CBS Pacific net. "The Man Who Lived By The Sea". Sustaining. The last show of the series with Jack Webb. Prince Nemo is a "psychic consultant." His beautiful assistant Miss Lena Cara hires Regan to save Prince Nemo's life. Jack Webb, Herb Butterfield, E. Jack Neuman (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer), Sidney Miller, Peggy Webber, Paul Frees, Marvin Miller, Berry Kroeger, Milton Charles (organist). 28:47. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

105028. Jeff Regan, Investigator. October 19, 1949. CBS Pacific net. "The Lady From Brazil". Sustaining. 9:00 P.M. Irene Santino is a lovely lady from Brazil; she hires "The Lyon's Eye" to find her missing sister. This program was rebroadcast on the program on June 18, 1950 (see cat. #105025). Frank Graham, Frank Nelson, E. Jack Neuman (writer), Sterling Tracy (director), Richard Aurandt (organist), Bob Stevenson (announcer). 29:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

105017. Jeff Regan, Investigator. October 26, 1949. CBS Pacific net. "The Lady Who Wanted To Live". Sustaining. Amy Goodrich needs protection from Tim Conover, the owner of the Diamond Club. Frank Graham, Frank Nelson, Richard Aurandt (organist), Bob Stevenson (announcer), E. Jack Neuman (writer), Sterling Tracy (director), Adrian Gendot (writer). 29:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

105023. Jeff Regan, Investigator. November 2, 1949. CBS Pacific net. "The Man In The Black Suit". Sustaining. A rehearsal recording for the program of November 2, 1949, possibly recorded at an earlier date. Regan goes to a gym to meet Mr. Petucinni...Father Petcinni. No music cues. Frank Graham, Frank Nelson, William Conrad. 30:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

105024. Jeff Regan, Investigator. November 9, 1949. CBS Pacific net. "The Little Man's Lament". Sustaining. 9:00 P.M. Hillary Margate needs protection. But from who? A confusing plot, but the actress portraying Gwendolyn Margate sounds EXACTLY like Marilyn Monroe. Frank Graham, Frank Nelson, William Froug (writer), William Fifield (writer), Sterling Tracy (director), Richard Aurandt (organist), Marilyn Monroe (?), Bob Stevenson (announcer). 29:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

105021. Jeff Regan, Investigator. November 16, 1949. CBS Pacific net. "The Two Little Sisters". Sustaining. Mary and Dolly Zamansky work for, "Everybody's Happy Pastime Carnival Shows." Dolly's a knife-thrower that's being threatened. Frank Graham, Frank Nelson, Richard Aurandt (organist), William Froug (writer), William Fifield (writer), Sterling Tracy (director). 28:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Apparently complete.

104456. Jeff Regan, Investigator. November 23, 1949. CBS Pacific net. "If I Knew You Were Coming, I'd Have Taken A Train". Sustaining. 12-year-old Fairfield Farthing-Harringstone III has poisoned his father and possibly his future father-in-law. Frank Graham, Frank Nelson, Sterling Tracy (producer, director), Richard Aurandt (organist), Bob Stevenson (announcer), William Fifield (writer). 28:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

91315. Jeff Regan, Investigator. December 21, 1949. CBS Pacific net. "Some Enchanted Car-Hop". Sustaining. 9:00 P.M. A beautiful girl who works at "Hamburger Heaven" is, "The girl who hated men." Frank Graham, Frank Nelson, William Froug (writer), William Fifield (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer), Gordon T. Hughes (director), Richard Aurandt (original music), Bob Stevenson (announcer). 29:36. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

105386. Jeff Regan, Investigator. January 18, 1950. CBS Pacific net. "A Streetcar Named Schultz". Sustaining. 9:00 P.M. This program has also been dated September 11, 1950. The new client is called, "The Earl Of Gardner," a famous wrestler. "The Atomic Assassin" has been murdered. The system cue has been deleted. Frank Graham, Frank Nelson, Peter Leeds (doubles), Sidney Miller (doubles), Paul Frees, GeGe Pearson, Lawrence Dobkin (doubles), Arthur Q. Bryan, William Froug (writer), William Fifield (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer, director), Richard Aurandt (organist), Bob Stevenson (announcer). 30:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

105387. Jeff Regan, Investigator. January 25, 1950. CBS Pacific net. "The Barefoot Boy With Shoes...Gone.". Sustaining. 9:00 P.M. This program has also been dated as January 18, 1950. The wealthy (and beautiful) E.P. Duffield hires the Lyons agency to find the missing artist named Thaddeus Mink. The system cue has been deleted. Frank Graham, Frank Nelson, D. J. Thompson, Lawrence Dobkin (doubles), William Tracy, Mala Powers, Ken Christy, William Froug (writer), William Fifield (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer, director), Richard Aurandt (organist). 30:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

105391. Jeff Regan, Investigator. March 15, 1950. CBS net. "Lo! The Gentle Earth Worm". Sustaining. Mrs. Drake has a serious problem.. Her husband is going to kill himself...because of his 724 million worms! The end credits list Paul Dubov as playing Jeff Reagan (but he did not). The system cue has been deleted. The program was possibly repeated on May 19, 1950, using the title, "Wine Women and Worms." Frank Graham, Frank Nelson, Lurene Tuttle, Barton Yarborough, Jack Petruzzi, Lawrence Dobkin, Frances Robinson, William Fifield (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer, director), Richard Aurandt (organist), Bob Stevenson (announcer). 30:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

105388. Jeff Regan, Investigator. March 22, 1950. CBS Pacific net. "The Hollywood Story," or "H Is For The Many Things You Gave Me". Sustaining. Jeff Regan is sent to H.P. Lovejoy at Progressive Pictures. Movie star Larry Winters must be protected from his old army buddy. The system cue has been deleted. Frank Graham, Frank Nelson, Leo Cleary, Paul Dubov, Irene Winston, Bill Demling, William Froug (writer), William Fifield (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer, director), Richard Aurandt (organist), Bob Stevenson (announcer). 30:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

105389. Jeff Regan, Investigator. April 5, 1950. CBS Pacific net. "A Tree Grows In Encino". Sustaining. The program has also been dated March 29, 1950. Jonathan McMurray hires Jeff Regan to prove that he's killed his wife...three years ago. The system cue has been deleted. Frank Graham, Frank Nelson, Howard McNear (doubles), Arthur Q. Bryan (doubles), Donna Hamilton, Betty Lou Gerson, Richard Aurandt (organist), William Froug (writer), William Fifield (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer, director), Bob Stevenson (announcer). 30:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

103119. Jeff Regan, Investigator. April 12, 1950. CBS Pacific net. "The Man Behind The Rod". Sustaining. 9:00 P.M. A five-sided love triangle (a pentagon?) at the race track. Paul Dubov substitutes for Frank Graham, Frank Nelson just doesn't come off as a fat man. The middle public service announcement has been deleted. Paul Dubov, Frank Nelson, Richard Aurandt (organist), William Fifield (writer), William Froug (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer, director), Bob Stevenson (announcer). 28:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

105392. Jeff Regan, Investigator. April 19, 1950. CBS Pacific net. "The Smell Of Magnolias". Sustaining. A composer named Wellington Butterfield suspects that someone is trying to murder his wife. The system cue has been deleted. Paul Dubov, Barton Yarborough, Frank Nelson, Betty Lou Gerson, Lurene Tuttle, Lawrence Dobkin, Jack Petruzzi, William Froug (writer), William Fifield (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer, director), Richard Aurandt (organist), Bob Stevenson (announcer). 30:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

105022. Jeff Regan, Investigator. April 26, 1950. CBS Pacific net. "It All Comes Back To Me Now". Sustaining. 9:00 P.M. Miss "Smith" can't remember her name. Miss Smith also had a loaded .32 calibre Smith and Wesson in her purse. Paul Dubov (substituting for Frank Graham), Frank Nelson, Richard Aurandt (organist), William Froug (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer, director), Lurene Tuttle (doubles), Lawrence Dobkin, Ted Osborne, Arthur Q. Bryan, Anne Morrison (doubles). 29:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

105393. Jeff Regan, Investigator. May 3, 1950. CBS Pacific net. "A Cure For Insomnia". Sustaining. When Mrs. Paulson died a week ago, the police said it was suicide. Mr. Paulson hires "The Lyon's Eye" to prove it was murder. The system cue has been deleted. Paul Dubov, Frank Nelson, Bob Bruce, Jack Petruzzi (doubles), Lawrence Dobkin (doubles), Mala Powers, Lillian Buyeff, William Fifield (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer, director), Richard Aurandt (organist), Bob Stevenson (announcer). 30:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

105394. Jeff Regan, Investigator. May 12, 1950. CBS Pacific net. "Oil For The Lamps Of Burbank". Sustaining. Clarence Andover calls the Lyons Detective agency about his daughter. His daughter has been taken to jail, accused of murder. The system cue has been deleted. Paul Dubov, Frank Nelson, Wilms Herbert, Mary Lansing, Lurene Tuttle, Lawrence Dobkin, Jack Petruzzi, William Tracy, Richard Aurandt (organist), Sterling Tracy (producer, director), Bob Stevenson (announcer), William Froug (writer). 30:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

105395. Jeff Regan, Investigator. May 26, 1950. CBS Pacific net. "A Claw, A Corkscrew, A Coffin, A Crab". Sustaining. In addition to the above, there's 67,000 clams, some deep sea fish...and Juliet. Juliet Jones is a tea taster...and her life is in danger. The system cue has been deleted The program has also been dated May 19, 1950. Paul Dubov, Frank Nelson, Betty Lou Gerson, Wilms Herbert, Lawrence Dobkin, Herb Vigran, Sterling Tracy (producer, director), Richard Aurandt (organist), William Fifield (writer), Alan Botner (? announcer). 30:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

105396. Jeff Regan, Investigator. June 2, 1950. CBS Pacific net. "This May Hurt Just A Little". Sustaining. The system cue has been deleted. Dr. Jolly Cholly Beauregard is a credit dentist with a $100,000 cavity. The program has also been dated May 26, 1950. Paul Dubov, Frank Nelson, Michael Ann Barrett, Ed Begley, Jack Kruschen, Ken Christy, Rye Billsbury (doubles), Lawrence Dobkin, Sterling Tracy (producer, director), Richard Aurandt (organist), William Froug (writer), Dick Cutting (announcer). 30:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

105025. Jeff Regan, Investigator. June 18, 1950. CBS Pacific net. "They've Got More Than Coffee In Brazil". Sustaining. 8:30 P.M. Irene Santino, a lovely lady from Brazil, hires "The Lyon's Eye" to find her missing sister. The program was previously broadcast on the program October 19, 1949 (see cat. #105028). Frank Graham, Frank Nelson, Richard Aurandt (organist), Sterling Tracy (director, transcriber), E. Jack Neuman (writer), Bob Stevenson (announcer). 29:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

105026. Jeff Regan, Investigator. June 25, 1950. CBS Pacific net. "No Sad Clowns For Me". Sustaining. 8:30 P.M. "When a little old man named Crackly comes in, don't take his case." Mr. Crackly wants to find a man named Bliss. A circus story. Frank Graham, Frank Nelson, Richard Aurandt (organist), Howard McNear (?), William Froug (writer), Gilbert Thomas (writer), Sterling Tracy (director), Bob Stevenson (announcer). 29:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

105018. Jeff Regan, Investigator. July 9, 1950. CBS Pacific net. "She's Lovely, She's Engaged, She Eats Soybeans". Sustaining. A story about a new miracle health food. A professional bathing beauty named Jerry Shoulder needs protection. Frank Graham, Frank Nelson, William Froug (writer), Gilbert Thomas (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer, director), Richard Aurandt (organist), Bob Stevenson (announcer). 29:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16976. Jeff Regan, Investigator. July 30, 1950. CBS Pacific net origination, AFRTS rebroadcast. "A Fire For Romano". The Romano grocery store is burned down and Mrs. Romano killed by hoarding bigots. AFRTS program name: "Mystery Theatre." Frank Graham. 25 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

91314. Jeff Regan, Investigator. August 6, 1950. CBS net. "There's Nothing Like A Pork Chop When Supper Rolls Around". Sustaining. "A dictaphone tells too much and a leggy blonde tells too little." Frank Graham, Frank Nelson (in a serio-comic lead), Jim Backus, William Froug (writer), Sterling Tracy (producer, transcriber), Gilbert Thomas (writer), Richard Aurandt (original music). 29:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

105019. Jeff Regan, Investigator. August 27, 1950. CBS Pacific net. "Gentlemen Prefer Horses". Sustaining. 8:30 P.M. Boots Crenshaw is a former jockey that needs help...$100 worth of help. Boots sells tips on the horses that are guaranteed to win. In real life, Frank Graham committed suicide on September 3, 1950. Frank Graham, Frank Nelson, William Froug (writer), Sterling Tracy (director), Richard Aurandt (organist), Joe Walters (announcer). 29:11. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

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