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Mike Hammer (That Hammer Guy) Old Time Radio Program

That Hammer Guy (Mike Hammer) Old Time Radio Program
½ hour Detective episodes


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That Hammer Guy: Zelda's Brother
That Hammer Guy: Trouble with Dames
Based on Mickey Spillane’s tough-guy detective, That Hammer Guy aired in a series of half-hour episodes in 1953. The radio show was contemporaneous with the classic movie "I, The Jury" based on Spillane’s roman noir of the same name.

Mike Hammer was the stereotypical hardboiled detective. Depending upon fists, rather than finesse, he summarily dispatched the bad guys. Spillane’s black and white views of right and wrong were reflected in his character’s contempt for the law, which he claimed was an impediment to justice.

The role of Hammer was played by Larry Haines, whose long career included parts on the 1930s radio series Gangbusters. He also voiced characters in Suspense, The Shadow, Inner Sanctum Mysteries, and X Minus One, and over 80 episodes of CBS Radio Mystery Theater. He is best known for his television role as Stu Bergman, in the daytime soap opera Search for Tomorrow. Former First Lady Pat Nixon claimed he was her favorite soap opera star.

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This collection features 14 episodes from the short-lived series.

That Hammer Guy 440414 The Laura Fenton Case.mp3
That Hammer Guy 530407 The Lillian Martin Case.mp3
That Hammer Guy 530407 The Saddle Shoes.mp3
That Hammer Guy 540414 The Laura Fenton Case.mp3
That Hammer Guy Babysits Jolly.mp3
That Hammer Guy Barney Miller Syndicate.Mp3
That Hammer Guy Contract on a Dead Man.mp3
That Hammer Guy Dead Dame in the Park.mp3
That Hammer Guy Faye Durando.mp3
That Hammer Guy Hammer Framed for Murder.mp3 (Duplicate of Dead Dame in the Park)
That Hammer Guy Man in Wheelchair.mp3
That Hammer Guy Mike's Friend Murdered.mp3
That Hammer Guy Trouble with Dames.mp3 (duplicate of Barney Miller Syndicate)
That Hammer Guy Wakefield Dame.mp3
That Hammer Guy Zelda's Brother.mp3

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