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The Adventures of Philip Marlowe: CBS Episodes 058 - 114

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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"Ya know, Mr. Marlowe, when you came in today, I said to myself, it's a funny thing -- you've been getting your hairs cut here now for six, seven years, but I never found out how you vote. Republican or Democrat?"
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"Ya know, Mr. Marlowe, when you came in today, I said to myself, I said, it's a funny thing -- you've been getting your hair cuts here now for six, seven years, but I never found out how you vote. Republican or Democrat?"
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)See entry for [[PhilipMarloweTheAdventuresOfPage03#ep111 | Broadcast Episode ]]
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[[#ep112r]]
(:comment PhilipMarlowe Episode 112 :)
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(:cell width=15% style='color: purple' :)Date Aired:
(:cell width=85% style='color: purple' :)51/08/30
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Episode Number:
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(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Available:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)YES
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Title:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Nether Nether Land (Rehearsal)
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Description:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Another damsel in distress wakes up Marlowe to protect her from someone who is stalking her then she disappears. Murder and blackmail.
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Cast:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)See entry for [[PhilipMarloweTheAdventuresOfPage03#ep112 | Broadcast Episode ]]
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Notes:
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#Rehearsal. No show opening or music.
#Post show promo for the next episode: "This time my plan for a fishing trip got caught in the line of a beautiful girl who didn’t know up stream from down stream. I was in deep water for a while but I finally caught my limit by using a special kind of bait."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Summer Series Opening:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)None
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line Narrative:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)"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."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Show Opening:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)None
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)First Line Plot:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)"There are times when life makes no sense at all. When confusion is the keynote and all we do is run in ever tightening circles. The one and one is two school is closed and nothing comes out even."
(:tableend:)
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"There are times when life makes no sense at all. When confusion is the keynote and all we do is run in ever tightening circles. The one and one is two school is closed and nothing comes out even."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"From the pen of Raymond Chandler, outstanding author of crime fiction, comes his most famous character in ''The Adventures of Philip Marlowe''." [Music] "Now, with Gerald Mohr starred as Philip Marlowe, we bring you tonight’s transcribed story, 'Young Man's Fancy'." [Music]
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"From the pen of Raymond Chandler, outstanding author of crime fiction, comes his most famous character in ''The Adventures of Philip Marlowe''." [Music] "Now, with Gerald Mohr starred as Philip Marlowe, we bring you tonight’s transcribed story, 'The Young Man's Fancy'." [Music]
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Marlowe meets 'Jonesy' in a butcher shop where they argue over the last chicken. A relationship ensues over the next three weeks as Phil falls in love with her. She has a strange aversion to Laguna Beach and disappears on Marlowe.
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#Closing - Gerald Mohr may currently be seen in the Santana Production, Sirocco.
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#Closing - Gerald Mohr may currently be seen in the Santana Production, ''Sirocco''.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"Ya know, every once in a while, into the life of one Philip Marlowe, a little piece and quiet must fall."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"Ya know, every once in a while, into the life of one Philip Marlowe, a little peace and quiet must fall."
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#This is a repeat of the script from April 23, 1949.
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#This is a repeat of the script from [[PhilipMarloweTheAdventuresOfPage02#ep030 | April 23, 1949]].
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Marlowe responds to a strange call from the little old lady asking to find her chauffeur, Stevens, who wasn't her chauffeur anymore. He found more than that.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr ('Philip Marlowe'), Adrian Gendot (writer), Anne Morrison, Jerry Hausner, Kathleen Hite (writer), Lynn Allen, Norman `MacDonnell (producer, director), Pierre Garriguenc (composer), Ralph Moody, Raymond Chandler (creator), Roy Rowan (announcer), Sidney Miller, Verna Felton, Wilbur Hatch (music), William Johnstone.
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#This episode may also be known as Summer Series Episode 02 (S02).
#In previous episode, Marlowe states a summary description of this episode.
#Post show promo: Gerald Mohr may soon be seen in the Santana Production, ''Sirocco''.
#Post show promo for next episode: "This time a pair of green eyes held a promise, a house on Bedford Drive held a murder, a Malibu motel held a secret, and I almost held the sack."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Summer Series Opening:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)"Most Saturdays at this time, we spend an exciting half hour of adventure and action with America's Public Hero Number One, Hopalong Cassidy. Well, even two fisted cowboys take summer vacations when they can and Hoppy is no exception. Hopalong and Topper will be back with us riding the CBS air trails again ten weeks from tonight, September 22nd."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"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."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Show Opening:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)"From the pen of Raymond Chandler, outstanding author of crime fiction, comes his most famous character in ''The Adventures of Philip Marlowe''." [Music] "Now, with Gerald Mohr starred as Philip Marlowe, we bring you tonight’s exciting story, 'The Dear, Dead Days'." [Music]
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"I stood at the window and looked down at the Saturday morning traffic. A thousand inch worms playing follow the leader to the beach, to the mountains, to Aunt Millie’s, to anyplace. I had time, a book; there was food in the refrigerator and a coffee cup in my hand. Across the room, there was an easy chair, cigarettes on the table beside it. The clock said it was 9:15, I hadn’t shaved and I wasn’t going to. It was Saturday all day and it was mine."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Marlowe meets Marney Carr in a bar and becomes involved in a case of murder when she disappears.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr ('Philip Marlowe'), James Nusser, Joan Banks, June Whitley, Kathleen Hite (writer), Lawrence Dobkin, Marjorie Bennett, Norman `MacDonnell (producer, director), Paul Dubov, Pierre Garriguenc (composer), Raymond Chandler (creator), Roy Rowan (announcer), Shirley Mitchell, Virginia Gregg, Wilbur Hatch (music).
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#This episode may also be known as Summer Series Episode 03 (S03).
#In previous episode, Marlowe states a summary description of this episode.
#Post show promos: Gerald Mohr may soon be seen in the Santana Production, ''Sirocco''.
#Post show promo for next episode: "This time a pair of crossed telephone wires put the good neighbor policy into effect, for the murderous accompaniment of an off key xylophone, one good neighbor almost kills another good neighbor, a fellow named Marlowe."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Summer Series Opening:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)"Most Saturdays at this time, we spend an exciting half hour of adventure and action with America's Public Hero Number One, Hopalong Cassidy. Well, even two fisted cowboys take summer vacations when they can and Hoppy is no exception. Hopalong and Topper will be back with us riding the CBS air trails again nine weeks from tonight, September 22nd."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"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."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Show Opening:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)"From the pen of Raymond Chandler, outstanding author of crime fiction, comes his most famous character in ''The Adventures of Philip Marlowe''." [Music] "Now, with Gerald Mohr starred as Philip Marlowe, we bring you tonight’s exciting story, 'Life Can Be Murder'." [Music]
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"The sign in the half light above the entrance reads ''Belle's Trifle Inn''. If you say it fast enough you may be right. It's authentic English script and it hangs over the door of an authentic English restaurant, just south of the authentic Sunset Strip."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Crossed wires on Marlowe's party line lead him to murder, a robber, and the Los Angeles library!
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr ('Philip Marlowe'), Doris Singleton, Hy Averback (announcer), Jane Morgan, Jeanne Bates, Kathleen Hite (writer), Norman `MacDonnell (producer, director), Parley Baer, Pierre Garriguenc (composer), Raymond Chandler (creator), Roy Rowan (announcer), Vivi Janis, Wilbur Hatch (music).
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#This episode may also be known as Summer Series Episode 04 (S04).
#In previous episode, Marlowe states a summary description of this episode.
#Post show promo: Gerald Mohr may currently be seen in the Santana Production, ''Sirocco''. Note the movie promo changes tense from "seen soon" to "may currently be seen", signifying its release.
#Post show promo for the next episode: "This time I did a cooks tour of the San Fernando Valley in search of a missing woman. The case had a lot of positive developments, but the clincher, the clincher was a negative development, and in a camera shop."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)[None]
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"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."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Show Opening:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)"From the pen of Raymond Chandler, outstanding author of crime fiction, comes his most famous character in ''The Adventures of Philip Marlowe''." [Music] "Now, with Gerald Mohr starred as Philip Marlowe, we bring you tonight’s exciting story, 'The Good Neighbor Policy'." [Music]
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"The day was hot and sticky. City wore it like a wet shirt. To make things worse, there was a xylophone playing somewhere in the building and that got me started thinking about my neighbors. Mostly I was thinking two things about them. One, I didn’t know any of them. And two, I’d like to shake the hand of that fellow that banged that xylophone day and night and break it."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr ('Philip Marlowe'), Jack Moyles, Junius Matthews, Kathleen Hite (writer), Mary Lansing, Norman `MacDonnell (producer, director), Peter Leeds, Pierre Garriguenc (composer), Raymond Chandler (creator), Roy Rowan (announcer), Sam Edwards, Vivi Janis, Wilbur Hatch (music), William Johnstone.
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#This episode may also be known as Summer Series Episode 05 (S05).
#In previous episode, Marlowe states a summary description of this episode.
#Post show promo: Gerald Mohr may currently be seen in the Santana Production, ''Sirocco''.
#Post show promo for the next episode: "This time the parlay was divorced, the kidnapping, the blackmail, and everybody was a wise guy, the dame, the racket boss, and the private eye. But the wisest guy of them all turned out to be an eight year old kid."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)[None]
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"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."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Show Opening:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)"From the pen of Raymond Chandler, outstanding author of crime fiction, comes his most famous character in ''The Adventures of Philip Marlowe''." [Music] "Now, with Gerald Mohr starred as Philip Marlowe, we bring you tonight’s exciting story, 'The Long Way Home'." [Music]
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"The valley floor gave off the kind of heat that ate into you and stayed. I wondered why some 800,000 people voluntarily made the San Fernando Valley their home. That was their problem. My problem at the moment was to make a right hand turn off Riverside Drive and I did."
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#This episode may also be known as Summer Series Episode 05 (S05).
#Post show promo for the previous episode was: "This time the parlay was divorced, the kidnapping, the blackmail, and everybody was a wise guy, the dame, the racket boss, and the private eye. But the wisest guy of them all turned out to be an eight year old kid."
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#Closing - Gerald Mohr may currently be seen in the Santana Production, Sirocco.
#Post show promo for the next episode - “This time the main theme was Main Street and the counter melody was full of sharps from a burlesque house and flats from skid row. It was wine, women and murder.”
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#Post show promo: Gerald Mohr may currently be seen in the Santana Production, ''Sirocco''.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)“It was another scorcher with smog yet. The angels that flapped their wings over the sleepy little pueblo of Los Angeles were taking a summer hiatus. I thought about the blue Pacific about some 15 miles to the west where the friendly waves will snap your back if you happen to hit the undertow just right.(:tableend:)
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"It was another scorcher with smog yet. The angels that flapped their wings over the sleepy little pueblo of Los Angeles were taking a summer hiatus. I thought about the blue Pacific about some fifteen miles to the west where the friendly waves will snap your back if you happen to hit the undertow just right."
(:tableend:)
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#Rehearsal. No show opening or music.
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#Ends With - “This time she was lovely and I was engaged, engaged to help a beautiful shepherd, who had a flock of trouble. We found the lost sheep, and something else she didn’t know she lost.
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#Ends With - "This time she was lovely and I was engaged, engaged to help a beautiful shepherd, who had a flock of trouble. We found the lost sheep, and something else she didn’t know she lost."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)“There’s nothing really wrong with a hot summer, but if some sadist really wanted to bring out the worst in anybody, particularly me after a steaming day, all he has to do is expose me to air conditioning.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr, B. J. Thompson, Gene Levitt (writer), Jack Kruschen, Raymond Chandler (creator), Richard Aurandt (music), Richard Sanville (director), Robert Mitchell (writer), Roy Rowan (announcer), Shepard Menken, Tom Tully, Tony Barrett.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr ('Philip Marlowe'), B. J. Thompson, Gene Levitt (writer), Jack Kruschen, Raymond Chandler (creator), Richard Aurandt (music), Richard Sanville (director), Robert Mitchell (writer), Roy Rowan (announcer), Shepard Menken, Tom Tully, Tony Barrett.
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#Closing - Gerald Mohr may currently be seen in the Santana Production, Sirocco.
#Post show promo for the next episode - “This time she was lovely and I was engaged, engaged to help a beautiful shepherd, who had a flock of trouble. We found the lost sheep, and something else she didn’t know she lost.
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#This episode may also be known as Summer Series Episode 08 (S08).
#In previous episode, Marlowe states a summary description of this episode.
#Closing - Gerald Mohr may currently be seen in the Santana Production
, ''Sirocco''.
#Post show promo for the next episode: "This time she was lovely
and I was engaged, engaged to help a beautiful shepherd, who had a flock of trouble. We found the lost sheep, and something else she didn’t know she lost."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"Most Saturdays at this time, we spend an exciting half hour of adventure and action with America's Public Hero Number One, Hopalong Cassidy. Well, even two fisted cowboys take summer vacations when they can and Hoppy's no exception. But Hopalong and Topper will be back with us riding the CBS air trails again four weeks from tonight, September 22nd."
#This episode may also be known as Summer Series Episode 08 (S08).
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"Most Saturdays at this time, we spend an exciting half hour of adventure and action with America's Public Hero Number One, Hopalong Cassidy. Well, even two fisted cowboys take summer vacations when they can and Hoppy is no exception. But Hopalong and Topper will be back with us riding the CBS air trails again four weeks from tonight, September 22nd."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)“There’s nothing really wrong with a hot summer, but if some sadist really wanted to bring out the worst in anybody, particularly me after a steaming day, all he has to do is expose me to air conditioning.
(:tableend:)


[[#ep112r]]
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"There’s nothing really wrong with a hot summer, but if some sadist really wanted to bring out the worst in anybody, particularly me after a steaming day, all he has to do is expose me to air conditioning."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr, Maureen Tuttle, Shirley Mitchell, Ted Osborne, Cy Kendall, Kathleen Hite (writer), Cliff Howell (transcription), Norman Macdonnell (producer, director), Raymond Chandler (creator), Wilbur Hatch (music), Pierre Garriguenc (composer)
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr ('Philip Marlowe'), Maureen Tuttle, Shirley Mitchell, Ted Osborne, Cy Kendall, Kathleen Hite (writer), Cliff Howell (transcription), Norman Macdonnell (producer, director), Raymond Chandler (creator), Wilbur Hatch (music), Pierre Garriguenc (composer)
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#Closing - Gerald Mohr may currently be seen in the Santana Production, Sirocco.
#Post show promo for the next episode - “This time my plan for a fishing trip got caught in the line of a beautiful girl who didn’t know up stream from down stream. I was in deep water for a while but I finally caught my limit by using a special kind of bait.
to:
#This episode may also be known as Summer Series Episode 09 (S09).
#In previous episode, Marlowe states a summary description of this episode.
#Closing - Gerald Mohr may currently be seen
in the Santana Production, ''Sirocco''.
#Post show promo for the next episode: "This time my plan for a fishing trip got caught in the line of a beautiful girl who didn’t know up stream from down stream
. I was in deep water for a while but I finally caught my limit by using a special kind of bait."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"Most Saturdays at this time, we spend an exciting half hour of adventure and action with America's Public Hero Number One, Hopalong Cassidy. Well, even two fisted cowboys take summer vacations when they can and Hoppy's no exception. But Hopalong and Topper will be back with us riding the CBS air trails again three weeks from tonight, September 22nd."
#This episode may also be known as Summer Series Episode 09 (S09).
to:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)"Most Saturdays at this time, we spend an exciting half hour of adventure and action with America's Public Hero Number One, Hopalong Cassidy. Well, even two fisted cowboys take summer vacations when they can and Hoppy is no exception. But Hopalong and Topper will be back with us riding the CBS air trails again three weeks from tonight, September 22nd."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :) “There are times when life makes no sense at all. When confusion is the keynote and all we do is run in ever tightening circles. The one and one is two school is closed and nothing ever comes out even.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"There are times when life makes no sense at all. When confusion is the keynote and all we do is run in ever tightening circles. The one and one is two school is closed and nothing ever comes out even."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr, Frank Richards, Georgia Ellis, Jack Kruschen, Kathleen Hite (writer), Lawrence Dobkin, Lou Krugman, Norman Macdonnell (producer, director), Paul Dubov, Pierre Garriguenc (composer), Raymond Chandler (creator), Roy Rowan (announcer), Ruth Perrott, Tony Barrett, Wilbur Hatch (music)
to:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr ('Philip Marlowe'), Frank Richards, Georgia Ellis, Jack Kruschen, Kathleen Hite (writer), Lawrence Dobkin, Lou Krugman, Norman Macdonnell (producer, director), Paul Dubov, Pierre Garriguenc (composer), Raymond Chandler (creator), Roy Rowan (announcer), Ruth Perrott, Tony Barrett, Wilbur Hatch (music)
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#Closing - Gerald Mohr may currently be seen in the Santana Production, Sirocco.
#Post show promo for the next episode - “This time strange sounds came from a bungalow court, or did they? An old woman thought so but she had quite an imagination. A crack in the wall held the secret. A couple of guys held guns. And a nice guy held on for dear life.”
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#In previous episode, Marlowe states a summary description of this episode.
#Closing - Gerald Mohr may currently be seen in the Santana Production, ''Sirocco''.
#Post show promo for the next episode: "This time strange sounds came from a bungalow court, or did they? An old woman thought so but she had quite an imagination. A crack in the wall held the secret. A couple of guys held guns. And a nice guy held on for dear life."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"Most Saturdays at this time, we spend an exciting half hour of adventure and action with America's Public Hero Number One, Hopalong Cassidy. Well, even two fisted cowboys take summer vacations when they can and Hoppy's no exception. But Hopalong and Topper will be back with us riding the CBS air trails again two weeks from tonight, September 22nd."
to:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)"Most Saturdays at this time, we spend an exciting half hour of adventure and action with America's Public Hero Number One, Hopalong Cassidy. Well, even two fisted cowboys take summer vacations when they can and Hoppy is no exception. But Hopalong and Topper will be back with us riding the CBS air trails again two weeks from tonight, September 22nd."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :) “Let me out of here, I gotta get away. This is the time. The time when all I can think of is trout streams, trails through tall mountains where every man is Hopalong Cassidy.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"Let me out of here, I gotta get away. This is the time. The time when all I can think of is trout streams, trails through tall mountains where every man is Hopalong Cassidy."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr, B. J. Thompson, Shirley Mitchell, William Tracy, Roy Rowan (announcer), Pierre Garriguenc (composer), Wilbur Hatch (conductor), Cliff Howell (producer, director), Raymond Chandler (creator), Kathleen Hite (writer), Olan Soule, Ted Osborne, Frank Gerstle, Arthur Q. Bryan.
to:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr ('Philip Marlowe'), B. J. Thompson, Shirley Mitchell, William Tracy, Roy Rowan (announcer), Pierre Garriguenc (composer), Wilbur Hatch (conductor), Cliff Howell (producer, director), Raymond Chandler (creator), Kathleen Hite (writer), Olan Soule, Ted Osborne, Frank Gerstle, Arthur Q. Bryan.
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#This episode may also be known as Summer Series Episode 11 (S11).
#In previous episode, Marlowe states a summary description of this episode.
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#This episode may also be known as Summer Series Episode 11 (S11).
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"Most Saturdays at this time, we spend an exciting half hour of adventure and action with America's Public Hero Number One, Hopalong Cassidy. Well, even two fisted cowboys take summer vacations when they can and Hoppy's no exception. But Hopalong and Topper will be back with us riding the CBS air trails again one week from tonight, September 22nd."
to:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)"Most Saturdays at this time, we spend an exciting half hour of adventure and action with America's Public Hero Number One, Hopalong Cassidy. Well, even two fisted cowboys take summer vacations when they can and Hoppy is no exception. But Hopalong and Topper will be back with us riding the CBS air trails again one week from tonight, September 22nd."
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#In previous episode, Marlowe states a summary description of this episode.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Post show promo for the next episode: "This time there was a fish that talked with a lisp, a hot blonde with cold cash on her mind, and a cop with dirty French cuffs, and I mixed with them all without even getting out of my own bed."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)
#In previous episode, Marlowe states a summary description of this episode.
#
Post show promo for the next episode: "This time there was a fish that talked with a lisp, a hot blonde with cold cash on her mind, and a cop with dirty French cuffs, and I mixed with them all without even getting out of my own bed."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Post show promo for the next episode: "This time it was strictly out of whack, from a perfect hostess who was rude to her guests, past a big red fence that ran all the way from LA to Palm Springs, to a second story man stabbed to death in a basement apartment."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)
#In previous episode, Marlowe states a summary description of this episode.
#
Post show promo for the next episode: "This time it was strictly out of whack, from a perfect hostess who was rude to her guests, past a big red fence that ran all the way from LA to Palm Springs, to a second story man stabbed to death in a basement apartment."
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#In previous episode, Marlowe states a summary description of this episode.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Post show promo for the next episode: "This time I tangled with three snakes, the first was made of gold, the second wore a mustache, the third was in the bag. And each in it's own way, poison."
to:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)
#In previous episode, Marlowe states a summary description of this episode.
#
Post show promo for the next episode: "This time I tangled with three snakes, the first was made of gold, the second wore a mustache, the third was in the bag. And each in it's own way, poison."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr ('Philip Marlowe'), William Lally (announcer), Bob Stevenson (announcer), Gene Levitt (writer), Howard McNear, Lou Krugman, Lynn Allen, Michael Ann Barrett, Norman `MacDonnell (producer, director), Raymond Chandler (creator), Richard Aurandt (music), Robert Mitchell (writer), Wilms Herbert.
to:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr ('Philip Marlowe'), William Lally (announcer), Bob Stevenson (announcer), Gene Levitt (writer), Howard `McNear, Lou Krugman, Lynn Allen, Michael Ann Barrett, Norman `MacDonnell (producer, director), Raymond Chandler (creator), Richard Aurandt (music), Robert Mitchell (writer), Wilms Herbert.
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#In previous episode, Marlowe states a summary description of this episode.
#Post show promo for the next episode: "This time I caught a killer on a lonely pelican's roost. It took a fist fight on the sidewalk, a flyweight drummer with an ice pick in his back, and a vicious meeting on a yacht to do it. That plus the color of a girl's hair."
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%note%Series moves to Fridays at 9:30 p.m. on CBS.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Vivian Barnes hires Marlowe after a man threatens her life.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr ('Philip Marlowe'), Anne Stone, Betty Lou Gerson, Frances Robinson, Gene Levitt (writer), Jay Novello, Lawrence Dobkin, Olan Soule, Raymond Chandler (creator), Richard Aurandt (music), Richard Sanville (director), Robert Mitchell (writer), Roy Rowan (announcer).
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#In previous episode, Marlowe states a summary description of this episode.
#Post show promo for next episode: "This time a little man with big heels tried to run over me. A giant and a warehouse nearly cost me my life, and a treacherous blonde almost buried me at sea. All that for a client that couldn't pay me a cent, but on whose behalf they were paid in full!"
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"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."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Show Opening:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Music] "From the pen of Raymond Chandler, outstanding author of crime fiction, comes his most famous character, in ''The Adventures of Philip Marlowe''." [Music] "Now, with Gerald Mohr starred as Philip Marlowe, we bring you tonight's exciting story, 'The Fifth Mask'." [Music]
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Doorbell] [Door opening] "Brother, am I glad to see you! You are Phillip Marlowe?" "Yeah, yeah, I’m Marlowe."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Marlowe is summoned by his friend, Billy Sonaro -- a man who is about to be executed in prison.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr ('Philip Marlowe'), Richard Aurandt (composer, conductor), Roy Rowan (announcer), Robert Mitchell (writer), Gene Levitt (writer), Wally Maher, Lawrence Dobkin, Lou Krugman, Michael Ann Barrett, Norman `MacDonnell (producer, director), William Johnstone, David Ellis, Tom Holland, Doris Singleton, Raymond Chandler (creator).
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#In previous episode, Marlowe states a summary description of this episode.
#Post show promo for next episode: "This time I found a corpse in a flower shop, a gypsy who read her own fortune in dollar signs, and a death struggle twenty feet from a crowded merry-go-round. All this because a man forgot one white carnation!"
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"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."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Show Opening:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Music] "From the pen of Raymond Chandler, outstanding author of crime fiction, comes his most famous character, in ''The Adventures of Philip Marlowe''." [Music] "Now, with Gerald Mohr starred as Philip Marlowe, we bring you tonight's exciting story, 'The Final Payment'." [Music]
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Walking] [Door opens] [Typing] "Ahhh, yes sir." "I'm Philip Marlowe. Warden Ryker said he'd see me at noon." "Oh, yes, Mr. Marlowe, the warden will be with you in just a minute."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)When a man disappears on the day before he's to be married, his friend Casey hires Marlowe to investigate.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr ('Philip Marlowe'), Raymond Chandler (creator), Robert Mitchell (writer), Gene Levitt (writer), Roy Rowan (announcer), Richard Aurandt (composer, conductor), Norman `MacDonnell (producer, director), Paul Dubov, Tom Tully, John Dehner, Lawrence Dobkin, Virginia Gregg, Fritz Feld, Georgia Ellis, Parley Baer.
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#In previous episode, Marlowe states a summary description of this episode.
#Post show promo for next episode: "This time a skid row suicide changed into murder, a cobbler with an accent was afraid to call the police, and a hard boiled Hollywood agent broke into tears. All because one woman kept her whole life, between the covers of a big leather book!"
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"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."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Show Opening:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Music] "From the pen of Raymond Chandler, outstanding author of crime fiction, comes his most famous character, in ''The Adventures of Philip Marlowe''." [Music] "Now, with Gerald Mohr starred as Philip Marlowe, we bring you tonight's exciting story, 'The White Carnation'." [Music]
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"I can't understand it. Ben Reynolds is a wonderful guy, with a really great future, intelligent, handsome. Well, well, you’ve seen his picture." "Yeah, yeah, you said he’s a doctor, didn’t you, Casey, an MD?"
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)A seemingly unknown woman in a skid-row rooming house is found murdered. Matthews and Marlowe go to check it out.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr ('Philip Marlowe'), Norman `MacDonnell (producer, director), Gene Levitt (writer), Robert Mitchell (writer), Jack Krushan, Bub Whitman, Jay Novellas, Lynn Allen, John Drainer, Ted Bonnell, Larry Dobkin ('Detective Lieutenant Matthews'), Jeff Corey ('Lieutenant Ybarra'), Richard Aurandt (music), Roy Rowan (announcer).
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#In previous episode, Marlowe states a summary description of this episode.
#This is the last show of this run but not announced on the program.
#Post show promo for the next week was not mentioned.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"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."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Show Opening:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Music] "From the pen of Raymond Chandler, outstanding author of crime fiction, comes his most famous character, in ''The Adventures of Philip Marlowe''." [Music] "Now, with Gerald Mohr starred as Philip Marlowe, we bring you tonight's story, 'The Big Book'." [Music]
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"Well, Marlowe, that winds it up. The boy's got 'em in the wagon without any trouble, thanks to you. Well, you don't have your car here, do you Phil?" "No, Lieutenant, and I haven't had lunch either."
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%note%Series is off the air for a six months until it is picked up to fill in for ''Hopalong Cassidy’s'' summer vacation. Broadcast stays on CBS but moves to Hoppy’s 8:30 p.m. Saturday nights. Some logs have renumbered the episodes S01, S02, etc, for the summer season, this log will continue using the consecutive count.

%note%Series moves to Saturdays at 8:30 p.m. on CBS
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Marlowe travels to Long Beach to find a shooting gallery and murder!
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr ('Philip Marlowe'), Barney Phillips, Donna Hehner, Harry Bartell, Irene Tedrow, Jeanne Bates, John Dehner, Kathleen Hite (writer), Lee Millar, Lou Krugman, Norman `MacDonnell (producer, director), Pierre Garriguenc (composer), Raymond Chandler (creator), Roy Rowan (announcer), Stan Waxman, Wilbur Hatch (music).
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#Pre-show announcement of potential for Korean War truce talks beginning and another that Philip Marlowe will fill the Hopalong Cassidy time slot for 11 weeks until Hoppy returns from vacation, September 22nd.
#This episode may also be known as Summer Series Episode 01 (S01).
#Post show promo: Gerald Mohr may soon be seen in the Santana Production, ''Sirocco''.
#Post show promo for next episode: "This time an old lady got taken for a ride with a new kind of chauffeur, and I got involved up to a gun in my ribs. All because I decided to spend a quiet day at home."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Summer Series Opening:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)"Most Saturdays at this time, we spend an exciting half hour of adventure and action with America's Public Hero Number One, Hopalong Cassidy. Well, even two fisted cowboys take summer vacations when they can and Hoppy is no exception. Hopalong and Topper will be back with us riding the CBS air trails again eleven weeks from tonight, September 22nd."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"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."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Show Opening:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)"From the pen of Raymond Chandler, outstanding author of crime fiction, comes his most famous character in ''The Adventures of Philip Marlowe''." [Music] "Now, with Gerald Mohr starred as Philip Marlowe, we bring you tonight’s exciting story, 'A Seaside Sabbatical'." [Music]
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"The wire in my hand said it all: ''Need your help, Urgent! Meet me at 8:30 tonight, Ships Galley Café, Long Beach. Signed Dale Higgins.''"
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%note%Series moves to Wednesdays at 10:00 p.m. on CBS.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Marlowe is tracking David Stroud for his client, Helen Wyatt, on a train to San Francisco. Good surprise ending. A corpse comes along for the ride, and the ride ends when Marlowe is forced to jump from the train.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Marlowe is tracking David Stroud for his client, Helen Wyatt, on a train to San Francisco. Good surprise ending. A corpse comes along for the ride, and the ride ends when Marlowe is forced to jump from the train.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr ('Philip Marlowe'), Norman `MacDonnell, Richard Aurandt (composer, conductor), Bob Stevenson (announcer), Robert Mitchell (writer), Gene Levitt (writer), Harry Bartell, Sammie Hill, Roy Rowan, Parley Baer, Lawrence Dobkin, Elliott Reid, Junius Matthews, Raymond Chandler (creator).
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Post show promo for the next episode: "This time I tangled with three snakes, the first was made of gold, the second wore a mustache, the third was in the bag. And each in it's own way, poison."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"[doorknob turning] Alright, alright, wise guy, I told you once you couldn’t come up here to this room, Marlowe.”
to:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)"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."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Show Opening:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)"For your enjoyment, Wrigley's Spearmint Chewing Gums brings you Raymond Chandler's most famous character in ''The Adventures of Philip Marlowe''." [Music] [Wrigley's Spearmint Chewing Gum Commercial] "Now, with Gerald Mohr starred as Philip Marlowe, we bring you tonight's exciting story, 'The Face to Forget'." [Music]
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)“This time there was an innocent aboard, a noisy corpse and a quiet killer, but before I knew which was which, I’d mix with all three, while going 70 miles an hour.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Doorknob] "Alright, alright, wise guy, I told you once you couldn't come up here to this room, Marlowe."
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Marlowe is hired by Roth Winkman, a character right out of Dickens, to deliver a gold cobra to Chicago. A real snake puts some bite into the case.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Marlowe is hired by Roth Winkman, a character right out of Dickens, to deliver a gold cobra to Chicago. A real snake puts some bite into the case.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)Gerald Mohr ('Philip Marlowe'), William Lally (announcer), Bob Stevenson (announcer), Gene Levitt (writer), Howard McNear, Lou Krugman, Lynn Allen, Michael Ann Barrett, Norman `MacDonnell (producer, director), Raymond Chandler (creator), Richard Aurandt (music), Robert Mitchell (writer), Wilms Herbert.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)“My mamma done told me . da-da-da-da De-da.”
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)"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."
(:cellnr style='color: purple' :)Show Opening:
(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Music] "Wrigley's Spearmint Chewing Gum, the refreshing delicious treat that gives you chewing enjoyment, presents for your listening enjoyment, Raymond Chandler's most famous character, in ''The Adventures of Philip Marlowe''." [Music] [Wrigley's Spearmint Chewing Gum Commercial] "Now, with Gerald Mohr starred as Philip Marlowe, the makers of Wrigley's Spearmint Chewing Gum are glad to bring you tonight's exciting story, 'The Gold Cobra'." [Music]
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)“This time I tangled with three snakes, the first was made of gold, the second wore a mustache, the third was in the bag. And each in it’s own way, poison.
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(:cell style='color: purple' :)[Singing] "My mama done told me... da-da-da-da De-da..."

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