+A short lived detective-magician series heard over NBC Radio in the early fifties starring Larry Haines (left). The series was not very good, though the production was quite good. Only five episodes seem to be in circulation and were created by George B. Anderson, and ad executive for The Chicago Tribune, who also wrote radio plays. Produced out of Chicago, the series included besides Haines, regulars including Maurice Tarplin (Mysterious Traveler). Click here to read more about Easy Money
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Please enjoy these 4 old time radio episodes:
|10.03.1954||football pool racket premiere||
+ The first show of the series. "There's no such thing as easy money!" Mike Trent "blows the lid o...
|11.14.1954||easy money (07) galloping ivories||
+ "Galloping Ivories". 9:30 P. M. Detective Mike Trent tries to help young Junior Elwin. He's run ...
|12.19.1954||easy money (12) the gem switch||
+ Mike Trent makes "an honest living out of fraud." The secrets behind the "gem switch." Mike remi...
|01.09.1955||easy money (15) basketball pool racket||
+ Mike Trent tackles the basketball betting bools, "which currently menace a great American sport....
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