+ Michael "Mike" Hammer is a fictional detective created by the American author Mickey Spillane in the 1947 book I, the Jury (made into a movie in 1953 and 1982). A December 1952 to October 1954 Mutual Broadcasting System radio series titled That Hammer Guy starred Larry Haines then George Petrie and Ted DeCorsia as Mike Hammer and Jan Miner as Hammer's secretary Velda and the voice of other female characters on the show. It was written by Ed Adamson and was directed by Richard Lewis-WikiPedia
- Radio Shows
Please enjoy these 11 old time radio episodes:
+ Mike Hammer meets a dame on a train called Faye Durando holding close to her a large case. When he...
+ You know every shading of Velda's voice, but you've never heard it shiver with fright like this......
|02.10.1953||dead dame in the park||
+ Mike Hammer finds himself in the park talking to a woman who is sitting in the dark alone acting s...
|03.24.1953||man in wheelchair||
+ A Butler, a nurse, a young sleazy wife who married her elderly wheelchair bound husband Walter Hut...
|04.07.1953||the lillian martin case aka the saddle shoes||
+ Mike Hammer had booked in to a room for the night and just as he was settling down there was knock...
|04.14.1953||laura fenton and jolie||
+ Laura Fenton offers Mike Hammer a thousand dollars to look after Jolie who arrives from Paris this...
+ Mike Hammer is visiting an old friend, Max, a boxing club owner, who's worried about an up-and-com...
|04.21.1953||contract on a dead man||
+ Mike Hammer is followed by a guy named Peter Morrison who tells him that he needed protection from...
|04.28.1953||barney miller syndicate aka trouble with dames||
+ Mrs Busby is a dame who stops at nothing even if she has to use a gun to get what she wants and be...
|05.05.1953||mikes friend murdered||
+ Mike Hammer receives a call from a man telling him that a mutual friend Jim Gordon is in trouble a...
|N/A||hammer framed for murder|
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