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Mandrake the Magician Old Time Radio Program

Mandrake the Magician


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Mandrake the Magician: episode 56
Mandrake the Magician: Episode 57
Mandrake the Magician started as a newspaper comic strip created in 1934, created by Lee Falk (also creator of The Phantom.) The strip is still running in some newspapers today. Mandrake was on the radio from 1940 to 1942.

Mandrake was a master magician who could quickly hypnotize a subject, be they a member of an audience or a criminal thug, or even, occasionally, one of his friends. A real magician, Leon Mandrake with his thin mustache and top hat, is believed by many to be the basis for the character Mandrake the Magician. (I think that the same name is kind of a giveaway.)

Mandrake is accompanied by Lothar, not only a Prince of Seven Nations in Africa, but also the strongest man in the world. What Lothar had in strength, he lacked in smarts. (That may explain why he gave up being a king to follow Mandrake around.) Obviously Mandrake had a thing for royalty, because his other companion was Narda, Princess of the European nation Cockaigne. Also on his adventures Mandrake often need the help of a young boy; sometimes Tommy, sometimes Jimmy. This children’s serial pitted Mandrake and team against criminals, gangsters, and the master villain Barracuda.

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29 episodes
Mandrake The Magician - 047
Mandrake The Magician - 048
Mandrake The Magician - 051
Mandrake The Magician - 052
Mandrake The Magician - 055
Mandrake The Magician - 056
Mandrake The Magician - 057
Mandrake The Magician - 058
Mandrake The Magician - 059
Mandrake The Magician - 060
Mandrake The Magician - 061
Mandrake The Magician - 062
Mandrake The Magician - 063
Mandrake The Magician - 064
Mandrake The Magician - 065
Mandrake The Magician - 066
Mandrake The Magician - 067
Mandrake The Magician - 068
Mandrake The Magician - 069
Mandrake The Magician - 070
Mandrake The Magician - 071
Mandrake The Magician - 072
Mandrake The Magician - 099
Mandrake The Magician - 100
Mandrake The Magician - 133
Mandrake The Magician - 134
Mandrake The Magician - 145
Mandrake The Magician - 146
Mandrake The Magician - Captain X-Lothar And Tommy Escape

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