The Great Detectives of Old Time Radio

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episode 118: Yours Truly Johnny Dollar: The Picture Postcard Matter, Episodes Three, Four, and Five (EP4321)

Today's Mystery: Johnny searches a quaint Swiss ski resort for $100,000 ski resort while trying to avoid being the next person murdered.

Original Radio Broadcast Dates:October 3,4, and 5, 1956

Originated from Hollywood

Stars: Bob Bailey as Johnny Dollar.Lucille Meredith, Vic Perrin, Forrest Lewis, Stan Jones, Ben Wright

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