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Jeff Regan: The Frank Graham Episodes

(4,4 Sterne; 10 Bewertungen)

Jack Webb left Jeff Regan after the last episode in 1948. In September, 1949, CBS relaunched the show with a new cast, featuring "the man of a thousand voices" Jeff Regan. The show continued until August, 1950.

This recording is part of the Old Time Radio collection.


Jeff Regan, Investigator 49-10-19 (27) The Lady from Brazil


Jeff Regan, Investigator 49-10-26 (28) The Lady Who Wanted to Live


Jeff Regan, Investigator 49-11-02 (29) The Man in Black


Jeff Regan, Investigator 49-11-09 (30) The Little Man's Lament


Jeff Regan, Investigator 49-11-16 (31) The Two Little Sisters


Jeff Regan, Investigator 49-12-21 (36) Some Enchanted Carhop


Jeff Regan, Investigator 50-04-26 (54) It All Comes Back To Me Now


Jeff Regan, Investigator 50-06-18 (61) They've Got More Than Coffee In Brazil


Jeff Regan, Investigator 50-06-25 (62) No Sad Clowns For Me


Jeff Regan, Investigator 50-07-09 (64) She's Lovely Engaged


Jeff Regan, Investigator 50-07-30 (67) A Fire for Romano [Burned Out Immigrant]…


Jeff Regan, Investigator 50-08-06 (68) There's Nothing Like A Pork Chop When Su…


Jeff Regan, Investigator 50-09-03 (71) Gentlemen Prefer Horses (Last episode of…



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(5 Sterne)

The third episode, listed as "The Man In Black," is the raw recording of the show, without sound effects, music, intro- or -outro. Before I realized this, I was quite surprised at what I heard. At one point, Graham repeats himself and the guy at the coffee shop says, "you just said that." About five minutes later, the same voice says, "Crosby did it. I don't know why I couldn't." At around 25:00, the recording engineer is heard, and Graham says, "C'mon, let's go. bottom of 27." The whole things a neat behind-the-scenes listen!

More Information on Jeff Regan

(4 Sterne)

The Frank Graham segment of the series run is quite enjoyable. A very complete descriptive broadcast log on JEFF REGAN, INVESTIGATOR can be found at: Included is information the newly found last episode of the series: "The British Are Coming" which was broadcast on 09/03/1950, the day after Frank Graham committed suicide. "Gentlemen Prefer Horses" actually aired on 08/27/1950.