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Rogue's Gallery Old Time Radio Program

Rogue’s Gallery


30 minute detective/mystery show episodes
Rogue’s Gallery was Dick Powell’s initial foray into radio detective drama, and the precursor to his later, and much better known series, Richard Diamond, Private Detective.

Powell played the role of Richard Rogue, a relatively typical private eye. The hook for these stories was that at some point during each episode, Rogue would lose consciousness, generally as a result of being knocked out by some bad guy. While Rogue was unconscious, his alter ego, Eugor ("Rogue" spelled backwards; played by Peter Leeds) would take over. Introduced by a sinister chuckle, Eugor would introduce a piece of information that Rogue had overlooked, and that would allow him to ultimately solve the mystery du jour.

The series included appearances by recurring characters played by a strong group of solid and competent actors, including the enormously versatile and highly respected Lurene Tuttle and Lou Merrill, Gerald Mohr (episode narrator for the Lone Ranger in 1949), Gloria Blondell (the younger sister of Powell’s former wife, Joan Blondell), and Tony Barrett.
Although Powell was the original Rogue beginning in Sept. 1945, the show went through a few incarnations, in which the character of Rogue was played by Barry Sullivan, then by Chester Morris, the original Boston Blackie.

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All of our Old Time Radio Programs are in MP3 format. You can play them on your computer, you can transfer them to MP3 players (like the IPod), but, by and large, you cannot play them on stereos, walkmen, or car radios.

The sound quality of Old Time Radio Programs can vary greatly. Some episodes are excellent, others you have to turn up the volume a little and ignore the static. All of the episodes can be listened to and enjoyed. You can listen to our free samples to get a feel for how the programs sound.
You can purchase these episodes on CD or you can download them.
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Click on the Buy on CD button. A few dollars will be added for shipping depending on your zip code and how many CDs you order. Pay with Paypal (you can use a credit card even if you do not have a Paypal account). You will receive a receipt from Paypal. We will mail you the CD(s) within a few days. Usually we get the CDs in the mail the next day. Shipping usually takes 2-3 days via USPS. The episodes will be in mp3 format.

 

 

  • You save money on the cost of the episodes and you don't pay any shipping.
  • Click on the Download button. Pay with Paypal (you can use a credit card even if you do not have a Paypal account).
  • After you pay you will be returned to our site to a page with a series of links to zip files. Click on the links to download the zip files. These episodes are downloadable in large zip files.
  • To open a zip file you need software to "unzip" it. Your computer may already have unzip software, if this is the case, just click on the file and your software will automatically open up and you can unzip the files. If your computer doesn't have an unzip program, you can get one from the internet. The most popular is probably winzip (www.winzip.com), however, we use Zip Wizard by Coffeecup Software because its pretty good, easy to use, and free. (http://www.coffeecup.com/zip-wizard/)
  • The files are large - it will take you a few minutes to download each file. Each zip file is around 40MBs. A full CD worth of episodes takes about 14 large files. if you are on a dial-up connection, we highly recommend you buy a CD.
  • You will receive an e-mail receipt from Paypal, and we will send you an additional e-mail with the links.

 

Buy on CD: $4.50

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Rogue's Gallery Episode List
21 episodes:
450623 Rogue's Gallery Mcdonald Murder Case.mp3
450714 Rogue's Gallery Angela Mullins.mp3
450714 Rogue's Gallery AngelaMullins-rehearsal.mp3
450811 Rogues Gallery Little Drops of Rain.mp3
451018 Rogue's Gallery Blondes Prefer Gentelmen.mp3
451025 Rogue's Gallery Murder With Muriel.mp3
451108 Rogue's Gallery Little Drops of Rain.mp3
451115 Rogue's Gallery The House of Fear.mp3
451213 Rogue's Gallery Blood On The Sand.mp3
451220 Rogue's Gallery Fortune in Furs.mp3
460103 Rouges Gallery Stark McVey Case.mp3
460117 Rogues Gallery Murder Under The Big Top.mp3
460131 Rouges Gallery The Fake Will.mp3
460221 Rouges Gallery The Clark Ames Case.mp3
460509 Rogue's Gallery The Hermit of the Hills.mp3
460516 Rogue's Gallery Judge Collin Baker Case.mp3
460623 Rogue's Gallery Star of Savoy-McDonald Murder Case.mp3
460630 Rogue's Gallery Matt Webb Murder.mp3
460707 Rogue's Gallery Janice Cole.mp3
460707 Rogue's Gallery JaniceCole-rehearsal.mp3
Miss Pinkerton Inc (First Show).mp3

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