+ The Adventures of the Thin Man radio series, initially starring Les Damon, was broadcast on all four major radio networks during the years 1941 to 1950. Claudia Morgan had the female lead role of Nora Charles throughout the program's entire nine-year run. The radio series was modeled after the film series which was based on the 1934 Dashiell Hammett novel. The first series, sponsored by Woodbury Soap, aired on NBC Wednesdays at 8pm from July 2, 1941 to December 23, 1942. Les Damon portrayed detective Nick Charles, and he continued in the role into 1943. Sponsored by General Foods (Post Toasties, Maxwell House Coffee, Sanka), the next series began on CBS January 8, 1943, airing on Fridays at 8:30pm and some Sunday timeslots and continuing until December 26, 1947. Les Tremayne and David Gothard were heard as Nick Charles in 1944-45, with Tremayne still in the role in 1945-46. Les Damon returned as Nick in 1946-47, with Tremayne back in 1948-49. The last actor to do the part was Joseph Curtin in 1950.-WikiPedia
- Radio Shows
Please enjoy these 8 old time radio episodes:
|07.13.1948||the adventure of the haunted hams||
+ Every once in a while a man’ wife gets the idea that her husband needs a change. Of course the c...
|07.06.1948||the adventure of the passionate palooka||
+ Nick and Nora Charles have promised to find Jojo the mongrel pooch whose mysterious disappearance ...
|02.09.1945||the boogie woogie murder||
+ This episode of The Thin Man entitled Murder In The Record Shop was actually presented by the Myst...
|12.01.1944||case of the all american menace||
+ In the apartment of Joan Winslow an attractive young thing just out of bobby socks Plunger Belson ...
|10.06.1944||noras night out||
+ Nick is up and dressed early in the morning and very worried because Nora didn’t return home aft...
|06.16.1944||the caprini necklace|
|10.10.1943||the case of the wandering corpse||
+ According to Nora this was going to be the most wonderful wedding anniversary ever, that is if Nic...
|N/A||strange case of professor wainger|