Dick Tracy

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


43226. Dick Tracy. February 8, 1938. Program #27. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker cereals. The reappearance of "The Man With The Yellow Face." A message from an invisible hand. "The Black Pearl Of Osiris" must shine again! At the nineteenth meeting of "The Dick Tracy Secret Service Patrol," a secret code message is delivered. The system cue has been deleted. . 14:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

43227. Dick Tracy. February 9, 1938. Program #28. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker cereals. The man with the yellow face strikes again, and Pat goes overboard! The twentieth meeting of "The Dick Tracy Secret Service Patrol" is held. A secret code message is given. The system cue has been deleted. . 14:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

43228. Dick Tracy. February 10, 1938. Program #29. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker cereals. What is the secret of the man with the yellow face? Tracy tries a bluff! The twenty-first meeting of the "Dick Tracy Secret Service Patrol" is held with a secret code message. The system cue has been deleted. . 14:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

43229. Dick Tracy. February 11, 1938. Program #30. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker cereals. Tracy is shot by the evil yellow-faced Egyptian! "The Dick Tracy Secret Service Patrol" delivers a secret code message. The system cue has been deleted. . 14:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

43230. Dick Tracy. February 14, 1938. Program #31. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker cereals. The Egyptian from the Cult of Osiris describes his "Good Luck Ring Of Osiris" with a secret compartment! Junior says he'd sure like to have one just like it! Another meeting of the "Dick Tracy Secret Service Patrol." An explanation of how to be promoted to sergeant and get a special badge (the badge is offered as a premium). The system cue has been deleted. . 14:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

43231. Dick Tracy. February 15, 1938. Program #32. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker cereals. Dick Tracy finds "The Black Pearl Of Osiris" inside the bullet in his own leg! A Madagascan plans, "The Silken Rope Of Death" for Tracy. Another meeting of the "Dick Tracy Secret Service Patrol." Tracy will have a surprise for members on Friday! The system cue has been deleted. . 14:47. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

43232. Dick Tracy. February 16, 1938. Program #33. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker cereals. The plot of "The Silken Rope Of Death" fails, as does a plan to trick Dick into giving up the pearl. A meeting of the "Dick Tracy Secret Service Patrol" is held: a big surprise is coming! The system cue has been deleted. . 15:00. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

43233. Dick Tracy. February 17, 1938. Program #34. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker cereals. Surrounded in a restaurant, Tracy foils an attempt to steal the ring, and then uses scientific detective work to get a clue: a mattress factory! A secret code message is given to members of the "Dick Tracy Secret Service Patrol." The system cue has been deleted. . 14:41. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

43234. Dick Tracy. February 18, 1938. Program #35. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker cereals (ring premium). Junior is presented with a, "Dick Tracy Secret Compartment Ring." At last, the secret compartment Dick Tracy rings are being made available to members of the "Dick Tracy Secret Service Patrol." The system cue has been deleted. . 14:48. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

43235. Dick Tracy. February 21, 1938. Program #36. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker cereals (ring premium). "The Mogul" puts himself into a cataleptic trance and escapes from prison after he's declared dead. The Mogul hypnotizes Pat Patton to get him to help obtain, "The Black Pearl Of Osiris." The system cue has been deleted. . 14:38. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

43236. Dick Tracy. February 22, 1938. Program #37. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker cereals (ring premium). "The Mogul" gets the drop on Tracy and Pat Patton! The system cue has been deleted. . 14:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

43237. Dick Tracy. February 23, 1938. Program #38. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker cereals (ring premium). Tracy's Egyptian friend Batik leaves for his home country with, "The Pearl Of Osiris." Junior has disappeared! Perhaps he was a victim of "The Mogul." Dick Tracy himself conducts the meeting of the "Dick Tracy Secret Service Patrol." The system cue has been deleted. . 14:17. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

55364. Dick Tracy. February 24, 1938. Program #39. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker cereals (secret ring/bangle bracelet premium). Junior has been kidnapped by "The Mogul" to force him to reveal the location of the black pearl. Help comes from a stranger all dressed in black: he's "The Unknown." After the story, there's a secret code message for members of "The Dick Tracy Secret Service Patrol." The system cue has been deleted. . 14:30. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

55365. Dick Tracy. February 25, 1938. Program #40. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker cereals (secret ring/bangle bracelet premium). Dick Tracy tries to track down "The Unknown" and discovers a gang of art thieves and forgers. Who is Number One? A membership meeting of the "Dick Tracy Secret Service Patrol" is held. The system cue has been deleted. . 14:27. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

83037. Dick Tracy. April 11, 1938. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker Cereals. The announcer mentions that the program is "electrically transcribed." It is therefore possible that even though the series was being broadcast on NBC at this time, these might be syndicated versions, as no system cues are heard. Vernon Kyle is terrorizing the citizens of the Yukon in order to get their radium ore (pitchblende). . 14:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

83038. Dick Tracy. April 12, 1938. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker Cereals (Dick Tracy Club offer). The system cue has been deleted. Vernon Kyle continues to terrorize the Yukon town of Pitchblende. What was the weird cry in the night? "The Purple Rider" offers to help Dick Tracy and the Mounties. As the dog teams pass through "Dead Man's Pass," Vernon Kyle causes an avalanche. . 15:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

83039. Dick Tracy. April 13, 1938. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker Cereals (Dick Tracy Club offer). The system cue has been deleted. Pat Patton is rescued from the avalanche. Tess Trueheart mentions after the program that the Girl's Division of the Dick Tracy Club is only nine days old. . 15:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

81962. Dick Tracy. April 14, 1938. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker Puffed Wheat, Quaker Puffed Rice. "The Purple Rider" shows up and gets the drop on Tracy. Junior is kidnapped by Vernon Kyle and his gang. A meeting of "The Dick Tracy Secret Patrol" ends the program. . 15:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

90319. Dick Tracy. April 15, 1938. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker Cereals (secret code book and badge premium). An announcement is made that the program is transcribed. Junior is being held in a mountain cabin, a prisoner of Vernon Kyle. Junior threatens to jump off the roof, after using a secret code to alert Dick. A coded message is decoded after the story. The system cue has been deleted. . 14:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

90320. Dick Tracy. April 18, 1938. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker Cereals (secret code book and badge premium). Junior is rescued by, "The Purple Rider." Junior gets the drop on the "Rider," then chairs a meeting of, "The Dick Tracy Secret Service Patrol." April 20 will be, "The Dick Tracy Patrol Badge Day." The system cue has been deleted. Don Costello (?). 14:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

90321. Dick Tracy. April 19, 1938. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker Cereals (secret code book and badge premium). Dick is determined to keep Vernon Kyle from controlling the world's radium supply. Junior captures "The Purple Rider" and two of Vernon Kyle's henchmen. "The Purple Rider" escapes by jumping over a chasm on horseback. Dick Tracy proves himself quite a cowboy by following right after him and lassoing him out of the saddle. A meeting of "The Dick Tracy Secret Service Patrol" is held. Tomorrow will be, "The Dick Tracy Patrol Badge Day." The system cue has been deleted. . 14:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

90322. Dick Tracy. April 20, 1938. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker Cereals (secret code book and badge premium). The identity os "The Purple Rider" is revealed. Professor Shelby asks Tess Trueheart for help from Dick Tracy. After he'd invented something valuable, Prof. Shelby's life has been threatened by, "The Brain." Tracy shames the citizens of Pitchblende in the Yukon, to testify against Vernon Kyle. Kyle intercepts a letter from Tess to Tracy. A meeting of "The Dick Tracy Secret Service Patrol" is held. Today is "Badge Day." . 14:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106582. Dick Tracy. April 25, 1938. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker cereals. Dick Tracy battles Vernon Kyle, badman of the great Northwest. Tracy sends a message to Junior on his secret ring. Kyle and his gang rob a bank and plan to do away with Dick and Pat Patton. A meeting of "The Dick Tracy Secret Service Patrol" is held after the story. Junior and Tess Trueheart conduct the meeting. New members get a 1-gun salute (of course, the gun is filled with Quaker cereal). There is no system cue. . 14:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

106589. Dick Tracy. April 26, 1938. NBC net. Sponsored by: Quaker cereals. Tracy and Junior are in an airplane with bad landing gear and no gasoline. Tracy himself attempts a landing and does so successfully. Pat Patton sounds like James Cagney on this episode. Tracy avoids injury after a crashes. Foreign agents are after American plans and documents. Tracy is working on a secret fluid in a laboratory in Washington, D.C. It's called "Q-11." A meeting of, "The Dick Tracy Secret Service Patrol" is held after the story. Junior conducts the meeting. The system cue has been deleted. . 14:53. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

81963. Dick Tracy. October 6, 1943. Blue Network. Sponsored by: Tootsie-Rolls. Mrs. Johnson's plan to loot and pillage the city has failed. Doc Benson did not lead tracy to Mrs. Johnson. Don Gardiner (announcer). 13:36. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

81964. Dick Tracy. January 10, 1944. Blue Network. "The Case Of The Hooting Owl". Sponsored by: Tootsie-Rolls. The wolves are closing in on Junior and Mocassin Joe as they are near freezing. The system cue has been deleted. See also the program of October 1, 1944 (cat. #63629). Don Gardiner (announcer). 15:02. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

63629. Dick Tracy. January 10, 1944. Blue Network. "The Case Of The Hooting Owl". Sponsored by: Tootsie Rolls. Junior and Mocassin Joe are lost in a blizzard and are in danger of freezing. The wolves are gathering! The system cue has been deleted. See also the program of January 10, 1944 (cat. #81964). Don Gardiner (announcer). 14:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

81965. Dick Tracy. March 3, 1944. Blue Network. Sustaining. A trapeze artist has disappeared from the circus. The circus' ringmaster and one of the clowns are really Nazi agents. Don Gardiner (announcer). 14:33. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

47761. Dick Tracy. May 4, 1944. Blue Network. Junior has gone undercover at the circus, on the trail of "Chuckles The Clown," in reality, a Nazi spy! The body of the show only, the open and close have been deleted. . 10:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

106585. Dick Tracy. November 22, 1944. ABC net. Sustaining. A Thanksgiving Day broadcast. Dick and Pat go out for a turkey Thanksgiving dinner. The program is dated by the mention of the 6th War Loan, which began on November 20, 1944. After their meal, they're told to investigate a murder. The corpse (Elmer Cook) has been shot through the heart, but nobody heard the shot. A phone call is received from the killer! Then Eric Connors calls to confess! The system cue has been deleted. Dan Russell (director), George Gunn (announcer). 14:39. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

2166. Dick Tracy. April 30, 1945. Syndicated. "The Case Of The Empty Safe". Commercials added locally. A gangster and his moll escape from a police trap. Tracy follows in close pursuit. The date is approximate. George Gunn (announcer). 11:45. Audio condition: Very good. Otherwise complete.

11082. Dick Tracy. May 1, 1945. ABC net. "The Case Of The Empty Safe". Sustaining. Tracy and Pat are after a man and woman in a stolen car. The broadcast includes a bulletin announcing Hitler's death. The program has also been dated April 30, 1945. See also cat. #10840, "Same Time, Same Station." . 14:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43513. Dick Tracy. May 8, 1945. ABC net. "On The Trail Of The Nighthawks". Sustaining. The program starts with a message to kids to buy V-E Day war bonds, a part of the Seventh War Loan. Dick investigates a gang of teenagers and meets with some nice boys. George Gunn (announcer), Wiley Adams (director). 14:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41499. Dick Tracy. June 22, 1945. ABC net. "The Case Of The Pigeon Cut Ruby". Sustaining. Dick and Pat have breakfast with Tangu while Mohammed Ali and his evil companion eavesdrop. Dick and Pat Patton are trapped in a dungeon. The system cue has been deleted. Wiley Adams (director), George Gunn (announcer), M. C. Brockhausen (writer). 14:52. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

61081. Dick Tracy. September 13, 1945. ABC net. "The Case Of The Buried Treasure". Sustaining. The program contains an unusual public service announcement; in praise of the sound effects men on "Gangbusters!" The Currier Brothers are heading for the cave at Cook's Cove, with Tracy hot on the trail. Ned Wever, Walter Kinsella, George Gunn (announcer), M. C. Brockhausen (writer), Wiley Adams (director). 14:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

106588. Dick Tracy. September 20, 1945. ABC net. "The Case Of The Man Without A Head". Sustaining. The landlord of the rooming house pays a visit. He wants $1000 from the two criminals to allow them to stay. Tracy gets a report about a rooming house. M. C. Brockhausen (writer), Wiley Adams (director), George Gunn (announcer). 13:29. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

61760. Dick Tracy. September 21, 1945. ABC net. "The Case Of The Man Without A Head". Sustaining. Tracy breaks the bad news to Mrs. Smith...her daughter Hazel has been murdered by someone strong and powerful. Wiley Adams (director), George Gunn (announcer), M. C. Brockhausen (writer). 14:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106587. Dick Tracy. September 24, 1945. ABC net. "The Case Of The Man Without A Head". Sustaining. Dick and the cops raid a rooming house. The bad guys escape and go into the subway. Dick and Pat follow them onto the tracks. Wiley Adams (director), George Gunn (announcer). 13:33. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

106586. Dick Tracy. October 25, 1945. ABC net. "The Case Of The Trained Seal". Sustaining. "The Man With The Voice" is located in a riverside restaurant. Meanwhile Minnie, the trained seal has escaped and is swimming in the river. The seal comes ashore and attacks the killer of Earl Lacy. M. C. Brockhausen (writer), Dan Russell (director), George Gunn (announcer). 14:37. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

81961. Dick Tracy. January 19, 1946. ABC net. "The Case Of The Dark Corridor". Sponsored by: Tootsie-Rolls. The program is also referred to as, "The New Dick Tracy Show." A young woman found in the rain by Vitamin Flintheart in Alonzo's cab is suffering from amnesia. Next week, "Deuces Wild" returns from the dead in, "The Man Who Died Twice." Chester Gould (creator), Sidney Slon (writer), Mitchell Grayson (director), John Gibson (as "Alonzo"). 28:59. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

25225. Dick Tracy. February 16, 1946. ABC net. "The Case Of The Firebug Murders". Sustaining. A complete story, not a serial. Tracy suspects J.P. Doom, the real estate agent, of setting a fire on River Street. Gravel Gertie, Vitamin Flintheart, and Snowflake appear. The program closing has been deleted. . 24 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

4279. Dick Tracy. September 13, 1946. ABC net. "The Case Of The Broken Window". Sustaining. Spider and Mickey, miniature gangsters, have eluded the trap Tracy set and are hiding out in a factory shipping department. See cat. #4280 for the next episode. . 14:11. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

4280. Dick Tracy. September 16, 1946. ABC net. "The Case Of The Broken Window". Sustaining. Spider and Mickey rob their boss, after he invites them into his home. This episode follows cat. #4279. . 14:14. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

2411. Dick Tracy. December 11, 1946. ABC net, WMBH, New Bedford, Massachusetts aircheck. "The Case Of The Campus Murder". Sustaining. Tracy has to arrest "Shifty Gears" for the murder of Professor Kimberly, but Tracy really believes him innocent. . 15 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

62571. Dick Tracy. December 16, 1946. ABC net. "The Case Of The Campus Murder". Sustaining. "Shifty Gears" (the taxi driver) is suspected of kiling Professor Kimberly. Tracy tries to prove his innocence. George Gunn (announcer), Charles Powers (producer), John Ray (writer). 14:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

62572. Dick Tracy. January 14, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Careless Black Widow". Sustaining. A killer that uses poison darts has murdered twice in a theatre. Doris Chorus almost becomes the third victim. Buck Silver and "Vocal Chord" become re-engaged. George Gunn (announcer). 14:30. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

62573. Dick Tracy. January 21, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Moth and The Flame". Sustaining. A body has been found in a suspicious fire...set by "The Moth." The program's first public service announcement is an interesting thought piece about the back side of the moon. Charles Powers (producer), George Gunn (announcer). 14:33. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

62574. Dick Tracy. January 22, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Moth and The Flame". Sustaining. The investigation of the fire in the building owned by the "Black Marquette Company" heats up. George Gunn (announcer), John Ray (writer). 14:33. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

106584. Dick Tracy. March 18, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Graveyard Watch". Sustaining. "Hurray Cane" and "Roland Hitch" have murdered the captain of the ship. Then, "Sparks," the radio operator is shot. Charles Powers (producer), George Gunn (announcer). 15:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

25221. Dick Tracy. May 15, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The No-Account Swindle". Sustaining. The body of "Winnie The Weasel" is found with five different I.D.'s on her. "Slip Sales" is behind the racket! . 14:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

25222. Dick Tracy. July 14, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Crooked Fingers". Sustaining. The last episode of the story. Fingers is killed when the boat explodes on a reef, the Tarrara Tiara is recovered. A new circus adventure begins. Jeff Morrow, Carl Eastman. 14:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

25223. Dick Tracy. July 23, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Unfunny Clowns". Sustaining. Dick and Pat become circus clowns to track down a murderer under the Big Top. "Medium Rare" (the fortune teller), and "Simi-Ann" (the monkey) are up to no good. . 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106569. Dick Tracy. August 20, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Sinister Scandal". Sustaining. "Win Placershow" (who is also known as "Three-way") is a gambler and sports racketeer. He plans to kidnap Pat Patton. Charles Powers (producer), George Gunn (announcer). 14:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106570. Dick Tracy. September 3, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Low Highjack". Sustaining. Dick questions "Mori Bund," who is really the head of a highjacking racket. Tracy smells a rat. Is Sy Heavy going to be used as bait? Everett S. Crosby (writer), John Ray (writer), George Gunn (writer). 14:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6910. Dick Tracy. September 4, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Low Highjack". Sustaining. While a tommy gun keeps Tracy behind a wrecked auto, "Mori Bund" plans more high-jacking. George Gunn (announcer). 14:20. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

52912. Dick Tracy. September 11, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Low Highjack". Sustaining. Tracy and Pat are prisoners in a truck, being held by "Mori Bund." George Gunn (announcer). 14:35. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52913. Dick Tracy. October 10, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Book Of Four Kings". Sustaining. There's a plan to win Big Digger in a crooked card game, but "Mark Easy" loses $100,00 instead. Charles Powers (producer), George Gunn (announcer). 14:33. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52914. Dick Tracy. October 16, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Book Of Four Kings". Sustaining. A corpse is found with three cards in his hand. What message was he trying to leave? Tracy figures it out! George Gunn (announcer). 14:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

106571. Dick Tracy. October 24, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Book Of Four Kings". Sustaining. Big Digger and his henchman Baguette have locked Tracy and Pat Patton on the ship. Baguette is tied up and used as bait for the Captain of the ship. The Captain is shot, but manages to free Dick and Pat before dying. George Gunn (announcer). 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106581. Dick Tracy. October 31, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Honorable Mr. Malice". Sustaining. "Benton Malice" has attempted to wreck a relief train. He's trying to promote, "International Intolerance." George Gunn (announcer). 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52915. Dick Tracy. November 6, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Honorable Mr. Malice". Sustaining. Dick suspects "Benton Malice" of being the left-handed saboteur of a railroad train. George Gunn (producer). 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106568. Dick Tracy. November 14, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Honorable Mr. Malice". Sustaining. Dick and Pat Patton are on a train that Mr. "Benton Malice" is planning to wreck. He plans to kill a South American diplomat who is also on board. Junior is worried about his dog and discovers proof about a series of train wrecks. George Gunn (announcer). 14:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

40140. Dick Tracy. November 18, 1947. Program #1. ABC net. "The Case Of The Deadly Tip-Off". Sustaining. The start of a new adventure. "Bela Cosi" and his henchman "Ringer" land on an American beach from a submarine and promptly machine gun a Coast Guardsman. Radio commentator "Slim Chance" asks Tracy to protect him from harm. George Gunn (announcer), John Ray (writer), Everett S. Crosby (writer), Charles Powers (producer). 14:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

40141. Dick Tracy. November 19, 1947. Program #2. ABC net. "The Case Of The Deadly Tip-Off". Sustaining. "Slim Chance" continues his radio crusade against "Bella Cosi," and is kidnaped for his trouble. George Gunn (announcer), John Ray (writer), Everett S. Crosby (writer). 13:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106576. Dick Tracy. November 21, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Deadly Tip-Off". Sustaining. "Slim Chance," the radio commentator, has been kidnapped and beaten by "Bela Cosi's" henchmen. Slim was tipped-off by "Molly Cule." George Gunn (announcer), Everett S. Crosby (writer), John Ray (writer). 14:04. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

106573. Dick Tracy. December 19, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Poisonous Timber". Sustaining. Tracy and Pat Patton are investigating a lumber sawmill; Pat gets trapped in the mill's water wheel, but is saved by the quick thinking of "Forest Green." . 14:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106567. Dick Tracy. December 22, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Poisonous Timber". Sustaining. "Cutter Down" is pursued by Dick Tracy out in lumber coountry. A tree falls on Pat Patton. Tracy gets into a fist fight with "Cutter" and knocks him "Down." While there's a price on the head of "Forest Green," "Ma Hogany" has some hot coffee and bad intentions for Dick Tracy. There is voice speed-up near the end of the transcript as recorded. John Ray (writer), Everett S. Crosby (writer), George Gunn (announcer). 13:49. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

25224. Dick Tracy. December 31, 1947. ABC net. "The Case Of The Big Black Box". Sustaining. Tracy and Pat are posing as patients to expose the fraud of "Oompah Papa The Great" and his henchman, "Rusty Blade." George Gunn (announcer). 14:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

106572. Dick Tracy. January 8, 1948. ABC net. "The Case Of The Big Black Box". Sustaining. Tracy and Pat are on the trail of "Oompah Papa" and his henchman "Rusty Blade." Papa is going to use his "Electronic Dynaminator" on Pat. . 14:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106575. Dick Tracy. January 27, 1948. ABC net. "The Case Of The Positve Negative". Sustaining. The photo taken by "Tip Toes" is the clue to the armored truck robbery. Junior is surprised by "Otto Focus" while he's searching for the negative. George Gunn (announcer). 14:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106577. Dick Tracy. April 8, 1948. ABC net. "The Case Of The Mermaid's Mirrors". Sustaining. Who has broken into Colonel Crowder's home to smash the Mermaid's mirrors? Mr. LaBarr seems to have fainted and two more mirrors have been stolen. George Gunn (announcer). 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106578. Dick Tracy. April 26, 1948. ABC net. "The Case Of The Careless Crooner". Sustaining. Dick Tracy tries to retrieve old love letters from the crooner, "Artie Choat." Soon after refusing Tracy's request, he's shot and killed. Jeff Morrow (as Dick Tracy), Carl Eastman (as Pat Patton). 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106579. Dick Tracy. June 4, 1948. ABC net. "The Case Of The Scrambled Code". Sustaining. Dick Tracy wakes up in the hospital after being mugged in the park. Dr. Bursar tends to Tracy's broken arm. Leo Crumby is suspected of doing "anti-government" work. George Gunn (announcer). 14:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106580. Dick Tracy. December 16, 1948. ABC net. "The Case Of The Poisonous Timber". Sustaining. The body of Pierre the trapper has been brought to the police. Dick and Pat visit "Ma Hoggany" (everybody calls me "Ma"), just as a suspect gets away. She refuses to help them find "Forest Green." While walking through the woods, a landslide comes down on Tracy and Pat Patton. George Gunn (announcer), Everett S. Crosby (writer), John Ray (writer). 14:16. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

106574. Dick Tracy. November 22, 1949. ABC net. "The Case Of The Positve Negative". Sustaining. "Tip Toes" is an evil newspaper photographer. He's started a warehouse fire just to get a good picture of it. Otto Focus plans to rob an armored truck. George Gunn (announcer). 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

40482. Dick Tracy. ABC net. Sustaining. Dick Tracy battles Nazi spies. A ton of stone falls on Dick and Pat as they follow a false lead to the whereabouts of "The Count" and Spaulding. Parts of the public service announcements have been deleted. . 11:40. Audio condition: Poor. Incomplete.

822. Dick Tracy. Tracy battles and finally conquers "Flat-Top." The program's open and close have been deleted. . 12:57. Audio condition: Fair. Incomplete.

106583. Dick Tracy. Blue Network. Sustaining. Industrial diamonds have been stolen...by Nazi 5th Columnists. The Nazis communicate by coded radio messages. Additionally, Tess Trueheart has disappeared. Dick Tracy will be attending a dance tonight...dressed in a tuxedo. From the content, the program is dated between 1942 and 1945. Don Gardiner (announcer). 11:08. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

Report contains 78 programs.