• One Too Many Frame-Ups

  • By: Green Hornet
  • Length: 29 mins
  • Original Recording
  • Release date: 01-03-07
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Radio Spirits, Inc.
  • 4.6 (14 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

This episode of The Green Hornet first aired on August 17, 1946. The Green Hornet debuted on a Detroit station, WXYZ, on January 31, 1936, and later aired on the Mutual and ABC Blue networks until its final broadcast on December 5, 1952. The masked crime fighter was the secret identity of newspaper publisher Britt Reid, who relied on his valet, Kato, and a supercharged roadster, the Black Beauty. Al Hodge portrayed The Green Hornet during the series' first seven seasons, followed by Donovan Faust, Robert Hall, and Jack McCarthy. The series was created by the same team that brought The Lone Ranger to the air.
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"Radio's most popular juvenile adventure program." (James S. Olson, Historical Dictionary of the 1950s)
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By Larry on 08-30-13

A Well Framed Frame-Up Episode!!

What made the experience of listening to One Too Many Frame-Ups the most enjoyable?

The character actors and the always well done music and sound effects combined with an excellent story!

What other book might you compare One Too Many Frame-Ups to and why?

The Green Hornet: Death and the Black Fedora! It too has a well played frame-up aspect to it!

Which character – as performed by the narrator – was your favorite?

Why the narrator of course! Seriously, Mike Axford as he was framed for murder.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Framed-Up and Double-Crossed!

Any additional comments?

A great listen, and as always, you can't go wrong with the Green Hornet!

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