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June 14, 2019

Boston Blackie and Johnny Dollar
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We open with an ex-con now working on the right side of the law. His name is Boston Blackie. And then, we bring you part three of a Yours Truly Johnny Dollar storyline from 1956.
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Boston Blackie: Oscar Wolfe, Troublemaker
The original Boston Blackie story by Jack Boyle, his only book, was written in 1919. It was actually a compilation of a series of short stories that appeared in Redbook magazine. The character Boston Blackie, real name Horatio Black, is a young, handsome, well educated, gentleman that loves women and children. However, he is also a hardened criminal, a jewel thief and safe cracker, that has served time in a California prison. In 1944, Blackie made his radio debut on NBC. This series was an outgrowth of the popular Boston Blackie movies. Chester Morris and Richard Lane brought to the radio the characters of Boston Blackie and Inspector Farraday. This one’s from June 11 1945
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Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar: The Midas Touch Matter - Part 3
Star Bob Bailey is joined by Virginia Greg, Shep Menken, Roland Winters, and Parley Baer in part three of a storyline from July of 1956
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