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Jim Nolan PE-Ep19: “The Six O’Clock Murder”
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Jim and Gladys investigate the murder of a beloved weatherman at a TV studio. Jim Nolan, Private Eye was created by Mike Murphy and Arlene Osborne. Starring our regular cast: RUSSELL GOLD as Jim Nolan, KIM GIANOPOULOS as Gladys Nolan, and KATIE DEHNART as the Narrator. Guest starring in this episode: Peter Bishop as Hugh McCabe, Lampros Liontos as the Studio Announcer, Lisa Lynn as Sharon Waters, Peter Katt as Ralph Sanford, Maureen Boutilier as Greta Beechcroft, Michael Liebmann as Pete Moore, Eleiece Krawiec as Lt. Kate Wagner, Dave Morgan as Sgt. McManus, Glenn Hascall as Stanley Marx, and Joe Stofko as Antonio Migliosi. . “The Six O’Clock Murder” was written by Mike Murphy. The Jim Nolan, Private Eye theme was composed and performed by Vivian Doskow. Please hear more of her wonderful music at myspace.com/viviandoskow. Producer: Capt. John Tadrzak Assistant Producer: Mike Murphy Mixer: Jon Specht Script Editor: Arlene Osborne Webmaster: April Sadowski Thanks to Capt. John Tadrzak for airing this show. Mike Murphy gratefully acknowledges the continued help of Arlene Osborne. All the characters portrayed in this story are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. This production is for enjoyment purposes only. […]