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The Amazing Mr. Malone

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The Amazing Mr. Malone

The Amazing Mr. Malone (also known as Murder and Mr. Malone) is an American radio crime drama series based on the John Malone series of mystery novels by Craig Rice. The series began on ABC Radio in 1948 and was broadcast on NBC Radio in 1951.

Characters and story

Socialite John Joseph Malone (Gene Raymond, George Petrie, Frank Lovejoy) is a tough Chicago criminal lawyer who takes on a new case in each episode. Malone never gives up until justice is done.

Television

The series had a brief television run from September 24, 1951 to March 10, 1952 on ABC, with Lee Tracy in the title role. The TV series was sponsored by the Seiberling Rubber Company of Akron, Ohio.

External links

  • Jerry Haendiges Vintage Radio Logs
  • Internet Movie Database
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