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 Posted:   Feb 1, 2024 - 9:01 AM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

CONTINUED: BOB BAILEY (October 3, 1955 to November 27, 1960):




"The Midnight Sun Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPmu2lhBCEw

This episode started with a case, but not too long into the episode it turns into a Johnny having to land an airplane when he doesn't know how to fly -- all the way to the end of the episode.

NOTE: Audio is kind of rough for this episode. It also runs slow a little and is in the wrong key; I had to speed it up and change the pitch by 0.60 semitones (not precise, but close enough).
Because of the roughness, this music used will only be used as a last resort if I can't find cleaner parts in better-sounding episodes.

(Score: 1:13/18:57 [opener], 3:35 [repeating tuba note], 5:58 [chug chug chug; SKIP], 8:29 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 8:49, 10:43 [trembling violin/percussion; DONE], 14:18/17:45 [repeating descending harp plucks].)



"The Froward Fisherman Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WACfy2my6A (different Youtube channel, since the other one doesn't have this episode)

Unfortunately, somebody ran this episode through some kind of program to probably remove hiss or something, and it has really done a bad number on the audio. As a result, I can't use any of this for cues.

(Score: 2:25/18:41 [opener; SKIP], 4:14 [slow double clarinet open], 7:59 [Rifleman; SKIP], 8:37 [brass poom/woodwinds runs; SKIP], 11:37 [repeating descending harp plucks], 12:26, 12:57 [4 growling brass; SKIP], 14:37 [Egypt], and 16:03 [tremble12/12].)

Dollar: "I talked to friends, neighbors, the butcher, the baker, the candlestick maker."



"The Wayward River Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZcanuMY18I

This is another episode that -- had a TV series been picked up -- would have translated well into an hour drama.

(Score: 1:38/18:26 [opener], 1:57 [1234], 4:57 [repeating tuba note], 5:23 [semi re-occurring cue; SKIP], 7:47 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 9:13, 11:11 [Rifleman; SKIP], 12:02 [12/1234; SKIP], 13:50, and 16:53 [Egypt].)

Dollar: "You mention fishing and I lose my head."

 
 Posted:   Feb 2, 2024 - 8:11 AM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

CONTINUED: BOB BAILEY (October 3, 1955 to November 27, 1960):




"The Delectable Damsel Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6M0urM2U9Y

(Score: 1:37/16:43 [opener], 6:59 [1234], 3:13 [whimsical], 6:42 [whimsical], 8:14/17:52 [New Orleans light jazz; DONE], 9:44 [re-occurring cue], 11:47 [quick descending brass open; DONE], and 14:52 [brass poom/woodwinds runs; SKIP].)



"The Virtuous Mobster Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erOV2lDUdvo

Is this the first time Johnny has had to kill two people (even though in self defense)? And it's glanced over so quickly. If this had been a fleshed out five-parter, I'm sure they would have dwelled on the impact on him having to kill two people.

(Score: 2:11/17:40 [opener; SKIP], 5:30 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 5:46 [cue I noted in a prior episode as wanting to include anyway even if I can't salvage it; SKIP], 5:55 [re-occurring cue; might be the longest use of this cue so far, maybe even in-full], 11:05 [SKIP], and 11:17 [tremble12/12].)



"The Ugly Pattern Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FH_mlRACEBA

Oh no, John Williams has been murdered. Though the name changes later in the episode.

NOTE: Kind of flat mono sound. Also, sounds like it might be a key low.

(Score: 1:34/19:00 [opener], 3:43, 7:57 [cue I noted in a prior episode as wanting to include anyway even if I can't salvage it; SKIP], 11:06 [Egypt], 13:39 [never used before stinger], 13:55 [repeating descending harp plucks], 17:05 [repeating tuba note].)

Dollar: "Remarks? Why bother."
("Why bother": A perfect way to sum up this episode)



"The Blinker Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJds882vQXI

NOTE: Audio is kind of rough for this episode. Also, it's in the wrong key. Needs to be taken down to probably the key of B.
Because of the roughness, this music used will only be used as a last resort if I can't find cleaner parts in better-sounding episodes.

(Score: 1:12/19:06 [opener], 7:40 [1234], 1:28 [Bernstein/"Serpico"-sounding cue; DONE], 2:00 [re-occurring cue], 5:16 [Egypt], 9:35 [re-occurring cue], 12:34 [brass poom/woodwinds runs; SKIP], 13:56/14:10 [SKIP], 15:33 [chug chug chug; SKIP], 16:39, and 17:20 [repeating tuba note].)



"The Mojave Red Matter: Part 1"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQPXbBkDDUQ

Man, Johnny's fishing boner has been raging for many episodes now. It's almost bordering on coocoo for fishing puffs.

Acceptable enough sound quality.

(Score: 2:15 [opener; SKIP], 4:10 [1234; SKIP], 4:27/14:55 [romantic strings], 7:49, 10:39 [SKIP], 11:45 [rarely used cue], 12:37 [SKIP], 17:20, and 17:56 [tremble12/12].)

Dollar: On the possibility of being wrong, "Okay, Jake, you can shoot the crow and I'll eat it."

 
 Posted:   Feb 3, 2024 - 8:09 AM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

CONTINUED: BOB BAILEY (October 3, 1955 to November 27, 1960):




"The Mojave Red Matter: Part 2"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UwOPWHzXHk

NOTE: Surprisingly good sound for an unmastered episode. Too bad there's barely anything I need from it.

(Score: 1:19/17:33 [opener], 2:30 [1234; SKIP], 7:39 [semi re-occurring cue], 8:35 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 8:40 [untitled 1234 123; SKIP], 11:00 [tremble12/12], 11:55 [repeating tuba note], and 12:55 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP].)

Dollar: "That bush you're beating around is getting pretty big."



"The Wayward Killer Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rZVeh3t_i0

NOTE: Audio is really rough for this episode. Also, it's in the wrong key; too fast; probably needs to be slowed to the key of C. Johnny sounds almost like a chipmunk.
Because of the real roughness, I can't use any of this.

(Score: 1:37/17:08 [opener], [1234], 6:08 [re-occurring cue], 8:46/9:35 [brass poom/woodwinds runs; SKIP], 10:17 [slow double clarinet open], 11:32 [repeating tuba note], 13:19 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], and 13:38 [Egypt].)



"The Lucky Four Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oefAVwxcoM

Boring.

NOTE: Audio is really rough for this episode. Also, it's in the wrong key; too fast; probably needs to be slowed to the key of C or even D.
Because of the real roughness, I can't use any of this.

(Score: 1:30/17:06 [opener; SKIP], 5:59 [1234; SKIP], 5:47 [SKIP], 6:20 [semi re-occurring cue], 9:27, 11:56 [untitled 1234 123; SKIP], and 13:57 [Rifleman; SKIP].)



"The Two-faced Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5fM691lQiQ (not blocked for some reason)

NOTE: Audio is really really rough for this episode.
None of this can be used for cues.

(Score: 1:27/18:16 [opener], 4:12, 9:14, 12:24 [semi re-occurring cue], 12:52 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 13:05 [rarely used cue], 15:02 [semi re-occurring cue], and 16:48.)

Dollar: "Expense account total, including the finest paints I could find for my little pal Jimmy, ooohhh, wait, I gotta pad this -- it only comes out to nine dollars and eighty cents."



"The Noxious Needle Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANwwrUtoOnM

It's sad this episode had to be in the thirty-minute format. This had a lot of potential. I'm not saying it needed to be five parts, but I think a fleshed out and more well plots and delivered presentation would have been a perfect three-parter.

NOTE: Audio is really really rough for this episode. It's also in the wrong key.
None of this can be used for cues.

(Score: 1:14/18:27 [opener], 3:39 [1234], 7:59 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 9:45 [re-occurring cue], 10:30 [romantic strings], 15:53 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 16:13 [trembling violin/percussion], and 17:05.)

"Well, surely you wouldn't think of wasting any unnecessary expenditures."
Dollar: "Dream on, mister Waterbury."
"Hum? Wha-what?"
Dollar: "Nothing..."


MISSING EPISODE (NO KNOWN COPY CURRENTLY KNOWN TO EXIST):

"The Limping Liability Matter"

 
 Posted:   Feb 5, 2024 - 8:22 AM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

CONTINUED: BOB BAILEY (October 3, 1955 to November 27, 1960):




"The Malibu Mystery Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vby91GK2cCs

NOTE: Audio is kind of rough for this episode.
Because of the roughness, this music used will only be used as a last resort if I can't find cleaner parts in better-sounding episodes. A shame, too, because I probably need that "4 growling brass" cue.

(Score: 1:50/18:27 [opener], 2:05, 6:02 [slow double clarinet open; SKIP], 7:44, 8:53 [tremble12/12], 10:27/13:33 [SKIP], 12:10 [4 growling brass; SKIP], 13:46 [trembling violin/percussion], 14:49 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 15:25 [semi re-occurring cue], and 16:15 [chug chug chug; SKIP].)

Dollar: "On expense account, mister Handley, I could find anything."



"The Wayward Diamonds Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y4hy4bWTsKE

This and the above two episodes happen with days of each other in-universe. In fact, this is a sequel to the above episode. And I found it had a decent set up, but around the end it just fell to pieces with bad writing. Too much exposition of information from the two perps, saying the only way to solve their problem is to take Dollar out (but he isn't the only one who knows, so...), and then having one of them call out about the gun (why not just have sound effects and let the listener figure it out). Bad writing. I suppose some of the exposition is forgivable given the short episode format (twenty minutes, minus the commercials).

Very little music use in this one, sadly (given the good sound quality). :-(

NOTE: This load has surprisingly good sound for an unmastered episode. In fact, too good -- I think somebody did master this one out of so many half hour episodes not done.

(Score: 2:24/18:44 [opener], 11:33 [chug chug chug; SKIP], 12:15 [brass fanfare; SKIP], and 12:28 [untitled 1234 123; SKIP].)



"The Johnson Payroll Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o97OBiaxkfg

NOTE: Audio is kind of rough for this episode. It's gets better as the episode goes along. It also runs a little slow, so I had to speed it up. I also had to do a 0.50 semitone change.
Because of the roughness, this music used will only be used as a last resort if I can't find cleaner parts in better-sounding episodes.

(Score: 1:20 [opener], 3:19 [brass fanfare opening; DONE], 4:21 [123BoomBoom456; DONE], 6:41 [rarely heard cue], 8:06, 9:10 [trembling violin/percussion; DONE], 11:28 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 13:25 [SKIP], 13:40 [brass poom/woodwinds runs; SKIP], 15:30 [re-occurring cue], 16:41 [semi re-occurring cue]], and 17:58.)

Dollar: "Oh, hi, Pat. What's on your mind?"
Pat: "At the moment, you."
Dollar: "Huh?"
Pat: "Johnny, you've been working too hard."
Dollar: "Oooh, this I've been convinced of for years, Pat, but I've never been able to convince anybody else."



"The Gruesome Spectacle Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3QkD5s5l1I

NOTE: Surprisingly decent audio for an unmastered episode.

NOTE: This episode was repeated after a later episode titled "The Little Man Who Was There Matter".

(Score: 2:09 [opener], 2:25 [1234], 2:59, 8:17 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 11:22 [never before heard stinger cue], 13:32 [tremble12/12], and 17:22 [slow double clarinet open; DONE].)


MISSING EPISODES (NO KNOWN COPIES CURRENTLY KNOWN TO EXIST):

"The Missing Matter Matter"
(Or: The missing tapes matter!)

"The Impossible Murder Matter"

"The Monoxide Mystery Matter"

"The Basking Ridge Matter"

"The Crater Lake Matter"

"The Close Shave Matter"

 
 Posted:   Feb 6, 2024 - 7:45 AM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

CONTINUED: BOB BAILEY (October 3, 1955 to November 27, 1960):




"The Double Trouble Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=toJyqfetnrg

NOTE: Audio is rough for this episode. That awful repeating fuzz sound quiets down as the episodes goes on, but never goes away. The audio quality also improves. Somebody with a fancy audio editing program could probably easily (relatively speaking) clean this episode up just from this load and not an original tape reel.
Because of the roughness, this music used will only be used as a last resort if I can't find cleaner parts in better-sounding episodes.

(Score: 1:17 [opener], [1234], 4:06/16:27 [Mike 2], 4:50 [SKIP], 7:40 [brass poom/woodwinds runs; SKIP], 8:21 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 8:34 [brass fanfare opening; DONE], 10:22 [re-occurring cue], 11:58, 12:19 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 12:27 [never before heard percussion stinger; DONE], and 13:46 [semi re-occurring cue].)


MISSING EPISODE (NO KNOWN COPY CURRENTLY KNOWN TO EXIST):

"The One Most Wanted Matter"
http://www.humealumni.org/ytjd/missing.html



"The Hair Raising Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90NkXbc-gPc (not blocked for some reason)

Lazy writing in this episode. Must be half a dozen episodes lately that have the same case solving technique: Johnny says what he thinks the bad guy did, under pressure, the bad guy says that's not how he or she did and tells them, accidentally confessing.

NOTE: Audio is really really rough for this episode. And about halfway into the episode, the key drops down to probably the key of D.
None of this can be used for cues.

(Score: 2:28/18:41 [opener], 3:44 [123BoomBoom456], 7:29 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 7:40/12:00 [chug chug chug; SKIP], 9:42 [tremble12/12], 13:15/13:25 [brass fanfare; SKIP], and 15:50 [re-occurring cue].)


MISSING EPISODES (NO KNOWN COPIES CURRENTLY KNOWN TO EXIST):

"The Allanmee Matter"

"The Perilous Parley Matter"

"The Telltale Tracks Matter"



"The Hollywood Mystery Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4k-1_GIDpIo

This is an odd episode as it is a remake of an earlier Bob Bailey episode.

The implication at the end seems to be that Johnny once again is declining pay. Just less than a handful of episodes ago he was complaining he really needed money. I can see why: he keeps turning it down.

NOTE: This episode runs slow and it's off a key.

(Score: 1:35/18:47 [opener], 2:44 [123BoomBomm456; SKIP], 6:38 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 6:59 [slow double clarinet open; SKIP], 10:33 [chug chug chug; also includes rare use of alternate second half, which is crossfaded into the first half; SKIP], 11:15 [brass poom/woodwinds runs; SKIP], 12:10/12:22 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 12:54 [tremble12/12], 14:58 [generic title: flute open; rarely heard cue], and 17:22 [SKIP].)

I found part of this episode amusing. Johnny gives an old guy at an apartment complex his credentials, which the old guy reads, then Johnny says about the room the man was staying at he was coming to talk to (but is gone):
Dollar: "Look, I want you to let me into his apartment."

Any other episode or any other radio or TV show, a fuss would be made, they'd point out he's not a cop and therefore does not have a warrant, etc. But instead the old guy immediately follows it up with: "Well, yes, sir, right this way."

I thought that was funny.

 
 Posted:   Feb 7, 2024 - 7:48 AM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

CONTINUED: BOB BAILEY (October 3, 1955 to November 27, 1960):




"The Deadly Doubt Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NywTQRUbUyA

NOTE: Audio is kind of rough for this episode.
Because of the roughness, this music used will only be used as a last resort if I can't find cleaner parts in better-sounding episodes.

(Score: 1:24/18:11 [opener], 6:17 [1234], 5:39 [bending brass open], 6:05 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 7:53, 12:46 [re-occurring cue], 13:27 [police; DONE], 14:45 [don't real hearing this cue before], and 15:25 [Egypt].)


MISSING EPISODE (NO KNOWN COPY CURRENTLY KNOWN TO EXIST):

"The Love Shorn Matter"



"The Doting Dowager Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymQR-KJWiLI

Boring.

NOTE: The audio is in the wrong key and slow.

(Score: 1:49/18:30 [opener], 2:25 [lyrical downbeat contra clarinet; SKIP], 8:33 [12/1234; SKIP], 11:22 [Egypt], 11:44 [brass fanfare; SKIP].)


MISSING EPISODE (NO KNOWN COPY CURRENTLY KNOWN TO EXIST):

"The Curley Waters Matter"

NOTE: This is an very unfortunate episode to be missing. As fans of the show knows, Johnny has hop-scotched to one sexy girl to another, but with this missing episode, as one writer put it: "First, it introduces Betty Lewis, who would be a recurring character for the last year and a half of the Bob Bailey era, as Johnny’s first and only ongoing girlfriend."



"The Date With Death Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRH1Bxhhj6I

Lord his new girlfriend is annoying. It's like a cross between a "Boston Blackie" annoying female and a kind of whiney woman who he has to worry about.

NOTE: Surprisingly good sound for an unmastered episode.

NOTE: This is a sequel episode to the above missing episode, so while it is missing, we at least have it recapped to some degree.

(Score: 2:20/17:55 [opener], 5:25 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 5:42/11:01 [tremble12/12], 7:09 [semi re-occurring cue], 10:51 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 13:15 [repeating descending harp plucks].)

 
 Posted:   Feb 8, 2024 - 2:37 PM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

CONTINUED: BOB BAILEY (October 3, 1955 to November 27, 1960):




"The Shankar Diamond Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhYAl05akW0

This is the second episode to have a character say they heard about a case Johnny had worked on, on the radio show of his. I don't know if they are breaking the fourth wall to the audience, or are implying Johnny Dollar does a radio show where he talks about his adventures. I hate either option.

NOTE: Decent sound, but a little too thick for use.

(Score: 1:40/14:39/17:10 [opener], 6:22 [1234], 5:30, 6:07 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 9:37, 10:34 [lyrical downbeat contra clarinet; SKIP], 11:19 [SKIP], 11:32 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 11:41 [brass poom/woodwinds runs; SKIP], 12:41, 13:14, and 13:50 [underdog; SKIP].)

Dollar: "Well, if I have that much get up and go when I'm her age, well, I hope to live forever."



"The Blue Madonna Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aviuIbb5TJQ

NOTE: Surprisingly good sound for an unmastered episode.

(Score: 2:22/17:41 [opener], 12:20 [1234], 4:41 [semi re-occurring cue], 5:38 [semi re-occurring cue], 7:22 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 7:35 [chug chug chug], 11:59 [descending staccato brass to crash; possible end use], and 13:31 [lonely solo trombone; DONE].)

Dollar: "...looks like you opened your mouth and stuck my foot into it."

Out-of-context quote...
"You touch me to the quick."


MISSING EPISODE (NO KNOWN COPY CURRENTLY KNOWN TO EXIST):

"The Clouded Crystal Matter"



"The Net of Circumstance Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeHZy4vaJAU

Boring.

This appears to be a kind of sequel to the above episode, as the phone call in the opening may be referring to the events in the prior episode.

NOTE: Audio is really rough for this episode.
None of this can be used for cues.

(Score: 1:28/17:27 [opener], 5:35 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 5:45 [Egypt], 7:36 [chug chug chug; rare alternate second half; SKIP], 8:29 [lonely solo trombone], 11:14, 11:51 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 13:05 [repeating tuba note], 15:13, and 15:55 [tremble12/12/].)

 
 Posted:   Feb 9, 2024 - 7:38 AM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

CONTINUED: BOB BAILEY (October 3, 1955 to November 27, 1960):




"The Baldero Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_i__Bm-SAo

Johnny once again declines pay.

NOTE: Audio is kind of rough for this episode and a little thick and sounds like it was recorded from a separated adjacent booth..
I really don't want to use any of this..

(Score: 1:20/17:53 [opener], 2:38 [1234], 4:47 [chug chug chug; rare alternate second half; SKIP], 6:07 [repeating descending harp plucks], 6:46 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 8:42 [generic title: flute open], 9:27 [New Orleans light jazz], 11:53/12:39 [lonely solo trombone], 12:23 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 13:16 [Egypt], and 15:28 [re-occurring cue].)

Dollar: "Thanks, Dick."
"It's Richard if you don't mind."



"The Lake Mead Mystery Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUEIPnyJoq0

Boring.

(Score: 1:20/17:49 [opener], 2:02 [1234], 2:27 [romantic strings], 3:26 [whimsical], 7:16 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 7:34 [re-occurring cue], 9:06 [trembling violin/percussion], 12:17 [4 growling brass; SKIP], 13:25 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 13:33 [chug chug chug; SKIP], and 14:53 [re-occurring cue].)



"The Jimmy Carter Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jaQzDi-XEfE

Johnny goes back to where he was in "The Two-faced Matter", and once again the kid Jimmy appears.
Johnny describes the length of time since that episode as, "last Fall".

Johnny does get shot at and has to buy a new sports jacket, but nothing is said about the bullet actually hitting him (so I guest the jacket swung open while he moved in to fight and the baddie shot the jacket only, i guess).

NOTE: Audio is really rough for this episode.
None of this can be used for cues.

(Score: 1:21/17:37 [opener], 1:40/13:47 [1234], 3:05 [chug chug chug], 4:18 [Egypt], 5:22 [underdog], 6:44 [bending-up brass], 7:50 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 9:44 [brass poom/woodwinds runs; open is from an unknown cue; SKIP], 13:35 [brass fanfare; SKIP], and 15:19 [semi re-occurring cue].)

 
 Posted:   Feb 10, 2024 - 12:27 PM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

CONTINUED: BOB BAILEY (October 3, 1955 to November 27, 1960):




"The Frisco Fire Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOPgeHoQTIA

NOTE: Audio is really rough for this episode. The audio is also slow and needs to be sped up a key or two.
None of this can be used for cues.

(Score: 1:29/17:33 [opener], 2:44 [1234], 5:23 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 5:39 [chug chug chug; SKIP], 7:42 [Egypt], 9:20 [from the "chug chug chug" family?], 10:07/12:12, 12:23 [re-occurring cue], 13:44 [repeating tuba note], 14:59.)



"The Fairweather Friend Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_TUROMByX0

So boring, Johnny goes back to where he was in "The Bum Steer Matter". The same old guy uses the same trick on the bad guy he did the previous episode! Only this time he forgets and Johnny has to hint at him to do it. Lame.

NOTE: Audio is a little rough for this episode.
I'll only use this if I have to.
NOTHING IS NEEDED FROM THIS EPISODE.

(Score: 1:39 [opener], 4:05 [1234], 4:36, 7:23 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 15:25/15:35 [brass fanfare; SKIP], and 16:47 [semi re-occurring cue].)

"You old goat! Why don't you go somewhere and get lost!"



"The Cautious Celibate Matter"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_TUROMByX0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5AyCz3R2kI

Booorriiinnnggg.

In-universe it's maybe been a week since the last episode.

NOTE: Audio is really rough for this episode. The audio is also slow and needs to be sped up a key or two.
Really last-ditch use.

(Score: 1:28/18:02 [opener], 6:53 [DONE], 9:20 [Egypt], 10:54 [tremble12/12], 12:46 [chug chug chug], 13:19 [brass poom/woodwinds runs; SKIP], and 14:17.)



"The Winsome Widow Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_Z0ECXWmaI

So this episode makes it official, directly: In-universe, Jack Johnstone is a real person and takes Johnny Dollar's cases, dramatizes them, and puts them on the radio. I still hate it.

And this another lazy-writing episode as referred to in an above episode. The endings are becoming way too predictable.

NOTE: Audio is rough for this episode.
None of this can be used for cues.

(Score: 1:41/18:24 [opener], 4:32 [1234], 5:56 [semi re-occurring cue], 7:02 [tremble 12/12], 7:45 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 11:23, 13:55 [brass fanfare; SKIP], and 15:24 [underdog; SKIP].)


NOT PUBLICALLY AVAILABLE.

"The Negligent Nephew Matter"

The Paley Center for Media lists having a copy of this episode:
https://www.paleycenter.org/collection/item/?q=johnny+carsonp%3D11item%3Dt%3A42941&p=186&item=RB:19040

 
 Posted:   Feb 12, 2024 - 8:39 AM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

CONTINUED: BOB BAILEY (October 3, 1955 to November 27, 1960):




"The Fatal Filet Matter"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_TUROMByX0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GdiWnPZUDpU (not blocked for some reason)

Boring.

This is the second episode to use the brown glass death means.

NOTE: This episode sounds particularly good for an unmastered episode.

NOTE: This episode begins with the recording with a man talking about the slate, and Bailey speaking -- the stuff that's edited out for broadcast.

(Score: 1:41 [opener], 13:02 [1234], 2:04 [generic title: flute open], 4:41, 5:38 [brass fanfare opening; DONE], 7:15/11:34 [repeating tuba note], 7:44 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 8:34, 12:45 [descending staccato brass to crash; possible fade-out use], 14:06 [semi re-occurring cue], 14:41 [never heard before cue], 15:37 [tremble12/12], and 17:36.)



"The Twin Trouble Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3_0poQmXog (not blocked for some reason)

Boring.

First time Johnny obeys the speed limit -- because cops are patrolling the road. Finally, a little realism there. Now maybe next time he can get pulled over and get a ticket. The Speeding Ticket Matter -- that's what it can be. It could be an amusing episode where to spend the half hour trying to talk his way out of a speeding ticket. Still a shit-ton better than any animal episode!

That's, what? Pre-meditated murder? Involuntary manslaughter? That Johnny committed cutting the brake lines, right?

NOTE: Audio is rough for this episode. Also, it sounds like it's too fast and needs to be slowed down. Half semi tone, maybe a full key.
None of this can be used for cues.

(Score: 1:40/16:48 [opener; SKIP], 6:59 [untitled 1], 12:36 [brass poom/woodwinds runs; SKIP], 13:29 [generic title: flute open], and 15:21 [SKIP].)



"The Cask Of Death Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4Lbuu3KjEk

Boring.

NOTE: Audio is rough for this episode. Also, it sounds like it's too fast and needs to be slowed down. Half semi tone, maybe a full key.
None of this can be used for cues.

NOTE: This is the final episode to use the cue I nick named "Bernstein/"Serpico"-sounding cue", leaving me unable to fully salvage the cue, but thanks t the A.I. dialogue remover, that's no longer an issue.

(Score: 1:38/16:42 [opener], 4:11 [classical; SKIP], 6:35, 7:02 [repeating descending harp plucks], 9:20 [Bernstein/"Serpico"-sounding cue; DONE], 111:32 [tremble12/12], 14:06 [generic title: flute open], and 15:09.)



"The Big H Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hyB0b6gOahg

His in-universe radio program is mentioned again. On top of Jack Johnstone doing it, Johnny also hosts or opens it. And I'm not sure how he does that since he has cases often separated by mere days.

NOTE: Audio is rough for this episode.
None of this can be used for cues.

(Score: 2:33/17:44 [opener], 4:29 [1234], 5:29 [classical; SKIP], 7:12/9:55 [chug chug chug], [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 8:23 [tremble12/12], 14:11/14:19 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 15:55 [bending-up brass; semi re-occurring stinger], 16:54, 17:25 [SKIP].)

 
 Posted:   Feb 13, 2024 - 8:09 AM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

CONTINUED: BOB BAILEY (October 3, 1955 to November 27, 1960):




"The Wayward Heiress Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdoW9hEbdF8

Boring.

(Score: 2:36/18:35 [opener; SKIP], 3:14 [lyrical downbeat contra clarinet], 7:31 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 11:57 [repeating descending harp plucks], 14:31 [tremble12/12], and 15:23 [semi re-occurring cue].)



"The Wayward Sculptor Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LN-bevHSO4Y (episode begins at: 1:53 in)

Boring.

NOTE: Audio is really rough for this episode. Episode opening is also missing.
None of this can be used for cues.

(Score: 3:04/20:15 [opener], 8:21 [1234; SKIP], 7:46, 10:55 [semi re-occurring cue], 12:17 [trembling violin/percussion], 15:39 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 15:55/16:37 [chug chug chug], and 17:20 [bending brass open].)



"The Life at Stake Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S38EKFm2XDk

LOL, Johnny gets taken out by a hula-hoop to the knees. No, really -- he gets knocked out. We've all heard of a "glass jaw", but apparently Johnny has glass knees.

NOTE: The audio begins out kind of poor, but quickly recovers and sounds particularly good for an unmastered episode.

(Score: 1:58/18:00 [opener], 4:49 [1234], 5:27 [dreamy], 6:17 [brass poom/woodwinds runs; SKIP], 7:09 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 10:42 [re-occurring cue], 12:00 [Egypt], 13:11 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 13:58.)

Dollar: "Old man Cartwright was whacky as a bed bug."

"Believe me: I may be eccentric, but I am not wealthy."



"The Mei-ling Buddha Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvHQ0HNDiAM (not blocked for some reason)

Boring.

NOTE: Audio is rough for this episode. Episode opening is also missing. Audio runs slow, probably not in the right key, too.
None of this can be used for cues.

(Score: 1:10/17:10 [opener], 2:44 [police; DONE], 5:07 [brass poom/woodwinds runs; SKIP], 7:48 [re-occurring cue], 8:52 [tremble12/12], 11:04 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 11:16 [re-occurring cue], and 14:05.)



"The Only One Butt Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtSOzvBhFBc

NOTE: This is the final episode to use the cue I nick named "Rifleman", leaving me unable to fully salvage the cue, though it is shockingly almost completely done. But, thankfully, it doesn't matter (as I'll talk about at a later date).

NOTE: Audio is rough for this episode. Episode opening is also missing. The episode might be running half a semi tone too fast.
None of this can be used for cues. Thankfully, it appears I don't need anything from it anyway.

(Score: 1:13/16:28 [opener], 4:37 [1234], 4:35 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 5:24 [untitled 1234 123; SKIP], 6:43 [Rifleman; SKIP], 9:53 [re-occurring cue], and 11:33 [brass fanfare - two times; SKIP].)

 
 Posted:   Feb 14, 2024 - 8:39 AM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

CONTINUED: BOB BAILEY (October 3, 1955 to November 27, 1960):




"The Frantic Fisherman Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NM0HAZEQ2zo

NOTE: Audio is really rough for this episode. Episode opening is also missing. The episode might be running half a semi tone too fast.
None of this can be used for cues.

(Score: 1:45 [opener], 2:07 [1234], 2:43 [semi re-occurring cue], 4:06, 6:34 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 6:53 [re-occurring cue], 8:09 [police; DONE], 9:34 [untitled 1234 123; SKIP], 10:41, 12:03 [brass fanfare opening; DONE], 13:20 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 13:29 [depressing slow bass clarinet climb; SKIP], 15:19 [cymbal splash/trumpet open; DONE], and 17:42 [tremble12/12].)



"The Will And A Way Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4Rg-27ZXAQ (not blocked for some reason)

Pretty standard fare episode, but the ending on how Dollar figured it out, is rather "Columbo"-ish. You can almost hear Harry Falk saying the lines. And fumbling for a magnifying glass, before asking to borrow one from the bad guy.

NOTE: Audio is kind of rough for this episode.
None of this can be used for cues. A shame, as the "4 growling brass" might have come in handy.

(Score: 2:08/18:39 [opener], 2:27 [1234], 5:55 [Egypt], 7:22 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 7:29 [chug chug chug; SKIP], 10:43 [bending-up brass], 12:21 [repeating tuba note], 12:55 [SKIP], 13:19 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 13:31 [re-occurring cue], 15:10 [4 growling brass].)



"The Bolt Out Of The Blue Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVEGr_pUBJI (not blocked for some reason)

Boring.

NOTE: Audio is kind of rough for this episode.
None of this can be used for cues.

(Score: 1:52/17:50 [opener], 2:32 [re-occurring cue], 3:46 [romantic strings], 7:53 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 11:56 [generic title: flute open], 13:04 [tremble12/12], 13:27 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 13:52/17:17 [SKIP], 15:06 [two quartet builds open], and 16:25.)

Dollar: "Hum. Young, did you say?"
"In her late twenties."
Dollar: "And, ah, pretty?"
"Very. The most gorgeous girl I think I've ever seen."
Dollar: "Okay then, Harry, give me the address and telephone her that I'm on my way!"



"The Deadly Chain Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euGmeLQB374

NOTE: Sounds may not be that great, but its decent enough.

(Score: 2:14/17:34 [opener], 2:31 [1234], 3:22 [re-occurring cue], 5:55 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 11:57 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 12:27 [lonely solo trombone; DONE], 12:53, 14:04 [re-occurring cue], 15:16 [semi re-occurring cue], and 15:53 [tremble12/12/].)



"The Lost By A Hair Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAJWoQERmJk

Johnny's in-universe radio program is weekly and aired on the [then] fictitious WBNS. In real life, WBNS is currently an FM sports station, and some kind of am station.

NOTE: Sounds may not be that great, but its decent enough.

(Score: 1:21/17:49 [opener], 3:44 [1234], 1:40 [untitled 1], 4:07 [lightly whimsical; DONE], 10:12 [Egypt], 12:22 [thud/two flutes; SKIP], 12:57 [12/1234; SKIP], 15:33 [brass poom/woodwinds runs; SKIP].)

 
 Posted:   Feb 16, 2024 - 7:43 AM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

CONTINUED: BOB BAILEY (October 3, 1955 to November 27, 1960):




"The Night In Paris Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flbmWZdUyec

Boring.

NOTE: Audio is kind of rough for this episode.
None of this can be used for cues.

(Score: 1:39 [opener], [1234], 4:22 [underdog; SKIP], 5:54, 6:53 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 7:02 [semi re-occurring cue], 8:29 [trembling violin/percussion], 12:42 [repeating descending harp plucks], 13:37 [tremble12/12/], 15:16 [brass poom/woodwinds runs; SKIP], 16:33 [SKIP].)



"The Embarcadero Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KoKNAvYSxB4

Boring.

This episode takes place, in-universe, maybe a day or two after the previous one.

(Score: 2:25/18:06 [opener], 4:42 [re-occurring cue], 17:15 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 7:26 [re-occurring cue], 8:16 [SKIP], 11:14 [cymbal splash/trumpet open; DONE], 12:20 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 12:24 [tremble12/12], and 14:14.)



"The Really Gone Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtnM56h5oAc

NOTE: Starting directly when the cue "trembling violin/percussion" begins, the audio drops down a key and is slower than it should be. As the cue goes on, it speeds back up.

(Score: 1:26/17:50 [opener], 1:46, 5:30 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 8:26 [repeating tuba note], 9:11 [trembling violin/percussion], 11:08 [brass fanfare opening; SKIP], 12:40 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 13:38 [chug chug chug], 14:56.)



"The Backfire That Backfired Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aY-9MmJ5yhg

Johnny's new re-occurring girl is back for a third appearance.

NOTE: This load is slow. One or two keys too slow.

(Score: 3:12/19:01 [opener], 6:32 [1234], 3:28 [lyrical downbeat contra clarinet; SKIP], 7:55 [thud/two flutes], 8:14/13:50 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 9:07, 11:38 [brass poom/ woodwinds runs; SKIP], 12:49 [cymbal splash/trumpet open; DONE], 13:40 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 13:59, 16:15 [is this "punchy brass and piano"?].)



"The Leumas Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88Es3uz6UME (not blocked for some reason)

In-universe, it's been a few weeks since the episode "The Really Gone Matter".

NOTE: Audio is kind of rough for this episode. It's also played at the wrong speed; it's a key or two too low.
None of this can be used for cues.

(Score: 1:00/18:42 [opener], 3:11 [123BoomBoom456], 6:15/13:20 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 7:14, 11:40 [repeating tuba note], 13:35 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 13:40 [tremble12/12], 14:42 [semi re-occurring cue], 15:42, 16:01.)

Woman: "Oh, 'Elmer' -- isn't that a terrible name?"



"The Little Man Who Was There Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kx83dr_ffpI

In-universe, it's been one week since the prior episode.

NOTE: Audio is rough for this episode. You can also hear this episode was recorded over another one.
None of this can be used for cues.

(Score: 1:29/18:19 [opener], 3:55 [1234], 6:09 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 11:42 [thud/two flutes], 12:47 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 12:56/13:59 [chug chug chug; SKIP], 15:07.)

Dollar: "You know something, Pete, this isn't 'Gunsmoke', but if you think you can out-draw me..."



"The Buffalo Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ri20_5BZpDY

This is poorly written; it's all lazy, been done before, and within one minute into Johnny talking to the boss, you know who did it and what the ending will be like. Even the voice acting is lazy -- you've heard all these accents before.

NOTE: Audio is kind of rough for this episode. It's also played at the wrong speed; it's a key or two too low.
None of this can be used for cues. Shame, as I probably could have used "4 growling brass".

(Score: 2:30/18:44 [opener], 7:45 [1234], 7:30 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 11:17 [two quartet builds open], 12:35 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 12:40 [4 growling brass], 14:44, and 17:12 [rarely used cue].)

 
 Posted:   Feb 17, 2024 - 9:03 AM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

CONTINUED: BOB BAILEY (October 3, 1955 to November 27, 1960):




"The Further Buffalo Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvbG2MWVpAM

NOTE: Audio is kind of rough for this episode. It's also played at the wrong speed; it's a key or two too low.
None of this can be used for cues.

(Score: 1:59/17:44 [opener], 2:19 [1234], 4:26, 5:58 [brass fanfare opening; DONE], 7:31 [maybe from the "underdog" family?], 8:48/11:08 [tremble12/12/], 12:29 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 14:52 [repeating descending harp plucks], 16:57 [SKIP].)



"The Double Identity Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ft-MiY4pSho

Fourth appearance of Johnny's new re-occurring girlfriend.

NOTE: Audio is kind of rough for this episode. It's also played at the wrong speed; it's a key or two too low.
None of this can be used for cues.

(Score: 3:00/16:43 [opener], 3:20 [1234], 6:43 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 7:03 [tremble12/12], 10:10 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 14:33 [trembling violin/percussion].)



"The Missing Missile Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GY3yGvx9ssI (not blocked for some reason)

Johnny's in-universe radio show is mentioned again, this time with a former production staff member visiting him. Still hate it.

NOTE: Audio is kind of rough for this episode. It's also played at the wrong speed; it's probably half a semi tone too fast.
None of this can be used for cues.
NOTHING IS NEEDED FROM THIS EPISODE.

(Score: 1:20/20:42 [opener], 4:39 [1234], 7:05, 8:27 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 8:50/15:03 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 10:42, 15:16 [chug chug chug], and 17:47.)



"The Hand of Providential Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSYcQLsuvl8 (not blocked for some reason)

(Score: 1:37/8:29 [opener], 10:18 [1234], 5:25 [repeating descending harp plucks], 6:47 [4 growling brass], 8:46 [SKIP], 9:21 [dreamy], 11:25 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 14:08 [rarely heard cue], 14:52 [lonely solo trombone].)

"Always harder to pick out a bad apple when the barrel's full, isn't it, Johnny?"



"The Larson Arson Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kd0kA3cHvTc

NOTE: Very decent sounding audio for an unmastered episode. Unfortunately, by the time I am done using all available sources for the three cues below that I haven't started yet, I may not need any of this.

(Score: 2:15/18:29 [opener], 6:07 [1234], 6:57 [tremble12/12/], 7:44 [123BoomBoom456; DONE], 12:55 [trembling violin/percussion; DONE].)

 
 Posted:   Feb 19, 2024 - 9:13 AM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

CONTINUED: BOB BAILEY (October 3, 1955 to November 27, 1960):




"The Bayou Body Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PKQ3-36Lmk

The police arriving and firing on the bad guy at the end plot point is getting old. Been done too many times recently.

NOTE: Okay enough sound, although a little thick.

(Score: 1:33/18:00 [opener], 4:40 [re-occurring cue], 6:53 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 9:31 [slow double clarinet open; maybe the longest use of this cue so far; DONE], 14:02 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 14:12 [re-occurring cue], 15:19 [thud/two flutes; SKIP], and 16:07 [semi re-occurring cue].)



"The Fancy Bridgework Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-sjMI0vLfs

Boring.

NOTE: Audio is kind of rough for this episode.
Last-ditch use for cues.

(Score: 1:24/19:17 [opener], 6:26 [semi re-occurring cue], 9:10 [Egypt], 10:41 [re-occurring cue], 11:44 [police; SKIP], 12:52 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 13:05 [tremble12/12], 14:44/15:42 [bending-up brass].)



"The Wrong Man Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWFuP6yfYmA

Boring.

This episode features what must be the lowest expense account report barring zero: "A lousy buck"

NOTE: Audio is kind of rough for this episode.
None of this can be used.
NOTHIG IS NEEDED FROM THIS EPISODE.

(Score: 1:17/16:14 [opener], 11:42 [1234], 12:16 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 12:21 [tremble12/12/], 12:52, 14:07.)



"The Hired Homicide Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmhgHzzmgkQ

NOTE: Okay enough sound, although a little rough and of course mono sounding (compared to the earlier five-parters that were mastered). During the cue "1234" and the closing reading by Dollar about the case, the audio speeds up probably one key too fast.

(Score: 1:49/17:44 [opener], 2:22 [1234], 7:12 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 12:16, 12:52 [depressing slow bass clarinet climb; DONE], 13:52/15:02 [chug chug chug], and 17:06 [lonely solo trombone; SKIP].)

Dollar: "Are you talking for your own amusement?"



"The Sudden Wealth Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46T3yoMFSiU

NOTE: Okay enough sound, although a little rough and of course mono sounding (compared to the earlier five-parters that were mastered).

(Score: 1:18/18:20 [opener], 5:03 [slow double clarinet open; DONE], 9:47 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 12:56 [repeating descending harp plucks], 14:01, 15:42 [brass poom/woodwinds runs; SKIP], and 16:53 [untitled 1234 123; SKIP].)

Dollar: "Dear Santa Claus, all I want for Christmas is a million bucks."

 
 Posted:   Feb 20, 2024 - 10:05 AM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

CONTINUED: BOB BAILEY (October 3, 1955 to November 27, 1960):




"The Red Mystery Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Vae_RKyFfM (not blocked for some reason)

NOTE: Audio is kind of rough for this episode. It's also thick. And it's slow -- maybe one or two keys too slow.
None of this can be used

(Score: 3:39/20:13 [opener], 4:00 [1234], 4:47 [romantic strings], 5:42 [semi re-occurring cue], 7:49 [12/1234; SKIP], 13:25 [trembling violin/percussion], 16:45 [semi re-occurring cue], and 19:13.)



"The Burning Desire Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10p9Pwai-74

Boring.

(Score: 2:12/20:04 [opener], 4:56 [1234], 6:41 [chug chug chug], 9:57 [re-occurring cue], 13:41[ SKIP], 13:58 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 14:17 [untitled 1234 123; DONE], and 15:28 [tremble12/12].)



"The Hapless Ham Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dD1uZIY3wI

In-universe, it sounds like Pay says the events of the last episode were "last week". It's kind of hard to make out.

Johnny again gets away with speeding. He comments on how he get lucky was not "pinched", but considering his record for getting away with speeding, getting away with it is the norm for him.

NOTE: Audio is kind of rough for this episode. It also runs slow and may need the pitch changed.
None of this can be used for cues.

(Score: 3:13/20:17 [opener], 5:55 [semi re-occurring cue; old theme music sounding], 7:09 [Egypt], 13:41 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 14:01 [tremble12/12/], and 15:48 [brass poom/woodwinds runs; SKIP].)

Dollar: "I thought you didn't like show business."
Crotchety Old Man: "The radio is different."
Dollar: "Oh, thanks."

Out-of-context quote...
"You're the man I want, the man I need -- immediately!"



"The Unholy Two Matter"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gg2F_7wMqC8

NOTE: Okay enough sound, although a little rough and of course mono sounding (compared to the earlier five-parters that were mastered).
It's also in the wrong pitch; I had to do a 0.50 semitone change in Audacity.
And I don't know if the opening cut off or if there was no opening on this episode.

I have no idea if in real life Jack Johnstone had a brother named Doug. Information on Jack is apparently hard to come by:
https://deadreckoning1.wordpress.com/2011/05/14/the-johnstone-matter-the-improbable-case-of-a-public-enigma/

(Score: 0:35/18:12 [opener], 0:55 [1234], 3:53 [re-occurring cue], 6:49 [Egypt], 9:50 [police; DONE], 10:37, 11:44 [brass fanfare; SKIP], and 14:22 [thud/harp plucks; DONE].)

Dollar: "Another day, another dollar. I'm not talking about myself."



"The Evaporated Clue Matter" (SKIPPED)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFHmIgVYhwM

NOTE: Okay enough sound, although a little rough and of course mono sounding (compared to the earlier five-parters that were mastered).

(Score: 1:44/8:43 [opener], 6:25 [re-occurring cue], 7:52 [descending staccato brass to crash; SKIP], 10:55 [untitled 1234 123; SKIP], 13:14 [timpani rumble/bass cello; DONE], 13:46 [brass fanfare; SKIP], 14:00, and 14:45 [tremble12/12/].)

"Johnny, are you free to come down here and look into something for us?"
Dollar: "Henry, as long as somebody pays my expense account, and of course a nice fat fee, I'll go anywhere."
"Johnny, for once you're not going to be able to pad that free-wheeling expense account of yours."
Dollar: "Wanna bet?"

 
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