Green Lama was the radio adaptation of pulp magazine hero of the same name. The show had a blend of mystery and drama in all of its 11 episode broadcasted in CBS. It followed the story of Green Lama, who was also known as Jethro Dumont.
After ten years of stay in Tibet, Dumont, together with his Tibetan Tuku sidekick, traveled around the world to spread justice. Unlike other superheroes, Green Lama would be saved from his troubles by intimidating his enemies with his chant, "Ohm, Mani, Padme, Ohm, The Green Lama Strikes for Justice". The role of Green Lama/Jethro Dumont was played by Paul Frees, while Ben Wright took the role of his sidekick. The show had its first episode aired in June 5, 1949 and the last one on August 30, 1949.
- Radio Shows
Please enjoy these 4 old time radio episodes:
|06.05.1949||the green lama the man who never existed||
+ "The Man Who Never Existed". An archeologist's murder leads Jethro Dumont, the Green Lama, to Me...
|06.26.1949||the green lama the million dollar chopsticks||
+ "The Million Dollar Chopsticks". The Green Lama arrives in Hong Kong to solve a murder and theft...
|07.03.1949||the green lama the last dinosaur|
|08.20.1949||the green lama the case of the patient prisoner||
+ "The Adventure Of The Perfect Prisoner". 7:30 P. M. The last show of the series. A talented scul...