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In the Corner with Dan Hughes

May 1, 2015

Beautiful dames, psychotic criminals, and ominous organ music - the classic elements of the audio-noir private eye radio show. 

This one was called I Deal in Crime, and the detective was named Ross Dolan.  He was played by William Gargan, who three years later would play private eye Martin Kane. 

Gargan was also a film actor, and he appeared in over 90 movies and nine TV series. 

This episode of I Deal in Crime is called The Davis Daughter Case, and it first ran on April 15, 1946.