|Title||:||lux radio theater (106) alias jimmy valentine (repeat)|
|Plot||:||+ The Lux Radio Theatre. November 9, 1936. "Alias Jimmy Valentine". Sponsored by: Lux. A good story about a safe-cracker trying to go straight. Pat O'Brien sings "The Charlady's Ball." Guest Melvyn Purvis ("The Greatest G-Man In History") recalls a real safe cracker he met while tracking down John Dillinger. The script was used on "Lux" previously on September 30, 1935. + The story begins behind the grey walls of the state penitentiary. Valentine, played by Pat O’Brien, is called into the warden's office to be told he is to be freed the next day. He promises to go straight and on his release he desperately tries to find a job. Nobody wants to employ an ex jailbird and Valentine finds it hard work surviving. He is constantly being pursued by a cop called Doyle who framed him in the first place and is hell bent on seeing Valentine back behind bars. Reviewed by Chas|
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