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Casey, Crime Photographer

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Audio Files Sourced: Casey, Crime Photographer - Free OTR Shows


This recording is part of the Old Time Radio collection.

Chapters

The Case of the Switched Plates

30:01

The FreeOTRShows.com - Clue in the Clouds

30:27

FreeOTRShows.com - Casey and the Self-Made Hero

29:21

Victory Garden Murder

30:25

Cupid Is a Killer

28:49

Earned Reward

29:32

FreeOTRShows.comGraveyard Gertie

29:49

The Buccaneer's Cave

29:14

Reunion

24:54

A Tooth for a Tooth

24:31

The Red Raincoat

28:34

The Hankerchief

26:39

The Duke of Skid Row

27:48

Christmas Shopping

29:37

The Surprising Corpse

29:35

The Grey Kitten

26:45

Twenty Minute Alibi

29:37

The Mysterious Lodger

29:20

FreeOTRShows.com - Demon Miner

29:43

FreeOTRShows.com Girl on the Dock

30:54

Special Presentation for Anchor Hocking Salesman

27:35

The Box of Death

29:28

The FreeOTRShows.com - Gentle Strangler

29:44

King of the Apes

30:07

The Laughing Killer

31:02

Pick-Up

29:18

Acquitted

29:32

Lady Killer

30:19

Photo of the Dead

29:32

Death in Lover's Lane

29:08

Bright New Star

31:05

The Chivalrous Gunman

28:23

The Busman's Holiday

31:25

Hideout

28:00

Loaded Dice

28:30

The Tobacco Pouch

29:53

Treasure Cave

29:14

Miscarriage of Justice

29:24

Wedding Breakfast

29:21

The Camera Bug

28:39

Lady in Distress

30:07

Great Grandfather's Rent Receipt

29:56

The Blonde's Lipstick

28:27

Too Many Angels

23:02

After Turkey, the Bill

26:16

The Serpent Goddess

29:30

The New Will

29:22

The Life of the Party

29:19

Santa Claus of Bum Blvd

29:11

FreeOTRShows.com - Hot New Year's Party

28:05

Queen of the Amazon

29:16

The Miracle

26:18

The Ex-Convict

29:09

The Piggy Bank Robbery

28:54

Music to Die by

28:43

FreeOTRShows.com - Key Witness

28:10

Witchcraft

24:49

The Fix

29:10

Tough Guys

27:57

Fog

30:29

Murder in Black and White

29:55

Blind Justice

29:16

Gun Wanted

24:32

Old Joe

29:06

FreeOTRShows.com - Holiday

29:54

Scene of the Crime

21:46

The Wolverine

30:27

Sell-Out

29:57

Death of a Stranger

29:55

Thunderbolt

24:29

The Upholsterer

25:17

Wanted - A Gun

24:15

Bad Little Babe

24:30

The Fire

25:55

The Disappearance of Mr Dizzel

24:11

Road Angel

29:52

Source of Information

27:41

Bewertungen

Swapped filenames

(0 Sterne)

Great collection... Thanks for putting it here. I noticed the episodes "Bright New Star" and "Death in Lover's Lane" have each others filenames, but they are on the right lines in the table. That is, as of Dec. 21, 2011, despite the huge file name to the contrary, this really is "Bright New Star": http://www.archive.org/download/Casey_Crime_Photographer/1947-08-07_0197_-_Casey_Crime_Photographer_-_Death_In_Lovers_Lane_Anchor-Hocking_s_1st_Anniversary_Show_-_32-22_-_30m58s.mp3

Fun show

(3 Sterne)

This is a pretty good little armchair detective show featuring the title character and his gal-pal assistant. Note: Victory Garden episode is actually Clue in the Clouds. Clouds is a good start episode if you're not familiar with this show. The Grey Kitten is also worth a listen.

Casey was role model for young journalist

(5 Sterne)

Although I don't recall hearing the program, I was familiar with the 4 x 5 Speed Graphic camera that Casey used. My father showed me how to use one as a young journalist, but he never did what Casey did in the programs. First of all, you didn't take photos of corpses and put them in the paper. You got your info from the coroner who was in charge of the crime scene when he arrived. Casey obviously worked for a tabloid newspaper like the old New York Post. He was like Mr. Keen in that he obtained information without regard to a search warrant. It is amusing to hear how he would take photos of a corpse before any investigation was done. Anything for a story. People thought that you would actually do that after listening to these stories. Interesting too, that Casey Crime Photographer was similar to Hot Copy, another newspaper drama where the girl reporter was also named "Ann" and had a boyfriend with the police department. Also, real life reporters did not hang out in bars as much as their radio counterparts where their editors could get in touch with them. Still the program is enjoyable listening, and remembering back when you wanted to be an ace reporter.

(5 Sterne)

Love the old shows, to me it's like a door way to the past, that sweet simple time when families mom, dad and children would gather around the radio after supper chores were done to enjoy a little entertainment before bed. The good old days.

One of My Favorite OTR Shows

(5 Sterne)

Silly, light, and wonderful! It's a laugh, and a mystery to solve. For me, this is one of the best OTR shows because of its humorous characters and tricky puzzles. Fun stuff!