|Title||:||eagle murder case|
|Plot||:||+ Program #1. Mutual net origination, Ziv syndication. "The Eagle Murder Case". A case of murder in an ambulance. This is first show of the series that featured Jackson Beck and Joan Alexander. The first 26 programs of the series were heard on Mutual on the dates indicated and then were syndicated by Frederick W. Ziv. It's not know whether Ziv recorded the programs and then sold a package of the first 26 shows to Mutual, or simply bought the rights to the first 26 shows after they had been broadcast on Mutual. There's even the possibility that Ziv produced the shows as they were being broadcast on Mutual and kept the rights for later syndication. There is no indication that Ziv was involved in actually producing the first 26 shows, so even though he might have been involved, he's not listed as the producer until program #27. Starting with program #27 and continuing through program #104 (the last known show of the series), the programs were syndicated and were therefore heard on many different stations on many different dates and in many different sequences. Since the cast members were all New York based, and all known to have been associated with WOR-Mutual, it would have seem more economical to have had the programs recorded-as-they-were-broadcast on a New York City station (possibly WOR), but they may have been been assembled in a recording studio (possibly at WOR), pressed to transcriptions directly and then syndicated. Program #27 through #33 are dated based on a run of the programs known to have been heard on KGO, San Francisco. Program #33 through #100 are based on a second run of the program heard in New York City (possibly on WOR) that began on July 13, 1948. The Eagle Murder Case is proving one of the most baffling crimes in all records. Even Philo Vance whom District Attorney Markham asked to take the case has been able to only corroborate what they already know, that James Dalton was injured in an auto smash up, that his wife and two business partners were in the car but were unhurt, that an ambulance doctor administered a hypodermic against Dalton’s wishes, that he was alive when placed in the ambulance and dead with a knife in his side when he arrived at the hospital…|
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