Let George Do It! - Vol. 1
Let George Do It was on the air from 1946 – 1954 starring Bob Bailey as detective-for-hire George Bailey. Each broadcast begin with: Personal notice: Danger’s my stock in trade. If the job’s too tough for you to handle, you’ve got a job for me. George Valentine. Write full details! Valentine’s secretary was Claire Brooks, aka Brooksie. The sponsor was Standard Oil of California. the program was broadcast on the West Coast Don Lee network of the Mutual Broadcasting System from October 18, 1946 to September 27, 1954, first on Friday evenings and then on Mondays. Volume One of this collection includes twenty original radio broadcasts with the original commercials. Excellent Quality, digitally remastered and restored.
First Client (5-14-45), Cousin Jeff and the Pigs (10-18-46), The Brooksdale Orphanage (10-26-46), The Robber (11-8-46), On a Rope (10-3-47) The Smugglers (4-5-48), Am I My Brothers Keeper (4-12-48), The Penthouse Roof (4-19-48), The Wolf Pack (4-26-48), The Tunnel Project (5-3-48), The Spirit World (5-10-48), Island in the Lake (5-21-48), Have Some Excitement (6-7-48), Body Guard (6-14-48), Unfit Mother (6-21-48), The Racket (6-28-48), The Man Who Died Twice (7-5-48), Close Call (7-12-48), The Murderer (7-19-48), Money Maker (8-2-48).