(1959), Thunder In The Sun (1959), and Return to Peyton Place (1961). Police believe that the man was carrying a list of all of the racketeer's business contacts, but the only thing the man had in his locked briefcase was a copy of. Julie Adams, who had previously worked with Richard Denning in Creature from the Black Lagoon, guest starred in this episode.

And that's just the way he impresses you as you talk to him.

When his activities threaten the election campaign of a would-be state attorney, the career of a prominent doctor and the insurance investigator who approved the claim for payment, he is slugged, drugged and framed for murder. The back-story on Mike is that he was happily married, but suddenly his wife is tragically murdered, which hit him hard. Dresser married the equally successful fiction writer, Helen McCloy [Dresser's second marriage] in 1946. Marty Maxwell, a wealthy but unhappily single tycoon, decides to marry one of his four ex-wives and invites the women to a party to get reacquainted. durationColor: '#210330', Indeed, when the 1960 Television series became a viable project, as indicated in the article above, Davis Dresser was happy to invest in the productoin and maintain story supervision, but that's where his interest in the Television incarnation began and ended. "You can go on wanting things all your life maybe, and become terribly frustrated about something you find you have never needed anyway.". Ruth Evans, Dave Taylor, Richard de Graffe, Bernice Barrett, Wally Maher, Cathy Lewis Joe Forte; Hercules has fallen in love with the doctor's wild sister and when both the physician and bride are found murdered, the muscle man becomes the prime suspect.

He was lost in the depth of and what wonderful memories they are. By 1947, Cathy Lewis was again co-starring in a major network hit, My Friend Irma with Marie Wilson as Irma and Cathy Lewis in the role of Jane Stacey, Irma's long-suffering roommate. hardboiled-hungry fans, airing under several title variations from 1944 to 1953. The series was very popular with // a shortcut for enabling tooltips for buttons (English) A man is found murdered in an alley. Others to portray Shayne on radio included Donald Curtis and Robert Sterling. After appearing in a couple of local dramatic productions and outings as a local band singer, Cathy Lewis struck out on her own, landing first with Ray Noble's Orchestra in 1935, then with Kay Kyser and Herbie Kay. Lou Stephano is a former gangster with a long checkered past and lots of enemies. the title itself. Vinton Hayworth married Jean Owens, in 1935. This was actually the series'. As with many West Coast ensemble productions of the era, Michael Shayne: Private Detective soon evolved into a very secure set of well-explored character arcs, among which Cathy Lewis' character, Phyllis Knight, found herself more and more integrated into the scripts. Twenty-seven more were published as paperback originals for a total of seventy-seven. He was graduated into acting for his first role in Christopher Morley's "Trojan Horse. Mike learns that $100,000 in negotiable bonds are missing from the office safe and the dead man's partners have a motive for murder. On December 2, 1960, Robert Knapp portrayed Arthur Hudson in the episode "Blood on Biscayne Bay". Title: Michael Shayne, Private Detective, Collection 1--Twelve Original Radio Broadcasts (OTR) on CD By: Black Eye Entertainment Narrated By: Full Cast Format: Compact disc Vendor: Brilliance Audio Publication Date: 2019 Dimensions: 5.5 X 5 X 0.75 (inches) Weight: 6 ounces ISBN: 1543657052 ISBN-13: 9781543657050 Series: Michael Shayne, Private Detective Collection Stock No: WW657051

Classic editor History Talk (0) Share. From the February 25th 1950 edition of the Long Beach press Telegram: HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 25.

Wally likes comedy, so he likes Michael Shayne. When the other favorite is found murdered in her dressing room, Mike agrees to represent her benefactor, an ex-mobster who swears he's gone straight. Learn how and when to remove this template message, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Michael_Shayne&oldid=983257682, Black-and-white American television shows, Articles needing additional references from November 2017, All articles needing additional references, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. It was based, in part, on the Shayne novel Bodies Are Where You Find Them, but does not feature Shayne. The feel of Michael Shayne over the years most noticeably evolved over Radio. tooltipColor: '#000000', He talked to them in Italian and used to get a kick out of watching their faces light up.

Wally never played a tough guy until he came to California, his forte is light comedy. Here's the breadcrumbs--just follow the trail a bit further if you wish. He's been chewed by alligators, attacked by vampires, gassed, shot and various other methods of elimination. "Sports Celebrities Appear in Mystery," Biddeford-Saco (Maine) Journal, Mar. All the above having been said, it was perhaps The New Adventures of Michael Shayne that was the most jarring of all Michael Shayne's incarnations. Michael Shayne, Private Detective, Collection 1--Twelve Original Radio Broadcasts (OTR) on CD, Colonial Radio Theatre on Brilliance Audio / Compact disc, Colonial Radio Theatre on Brilliance Audio / 2010 / Compact disc, Colonial Radio Theatre on Brilliance Audio / 2011 / Compact disc. No misrepresentations. related, by blood, to both dolls. sliderBorder: '1px solid rgba(128, 128, 128, 0.7)', Shayne discovers that the killer was a gunman hired by an unexpected source. He is very soothing. Michael Shayne: Herbert Rudley, Richard Denning, Jerry Paris, Patricia Donahue, Gary Clarke, Margie Regan, David Lewis, Bill Kendis Michael Shayne - Cast, Crew and Credits - TV.com Search

Warren Oates, Joan Marshall, and David White guest starred in the episode "Murder Round My Wrist." The Adventures of Michael Shayne was a radio show. There were severe complications, an artery was damaged and Chandler hemorrhaged.