Manage episode 242552671 series 9607
The Marilyn Conners Case (Aired January 12, 1951)
Helen Asher was portrayed by Virginia Gregg, who also played the part of Brooksie on Let George Do It and Betty Lewis on Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar. Blake Edwards wrote the early shows and also directed a few. Music was composed by David Baskerville and later by Frank Wirth. In January of 1951, the series moved to ABC under the full sponsorship of Camel cigarettes. Then in May of 1953, the series moved to CBS but all shows were repeats from the 1950-51 Rexall sponsored season on NBC. Richard Diamond was one of the radio shows which successfully moved to television with David Janssen, later of The Fugitive fame, in the title role of Richard Diamond. Show Notes From The Old Time Radio Researcher's Group. THIS EPISODE: January 12, 1951. ABC network. "The Marilyn Connors Case". Sponsored by: Camels ("More doctors smoke Camels"), Prince Albert. The program is now heard on Fridays at 7:30 P. M. Marilyn Connors hires Diamond to protect her when her new husband gets out on parole. The husband however, is the one who's shot in the head! Dick sings, "Nevertheless" after the story. Dick Powell, William Conrad, Helen Mack (director), Blake Edwards (writer). 29:29. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.