MP3: Your's Truly Johnny Dollar - The Missing Archeologist (02-24-50)

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Your\'s Truly Johnny Dollar - The Missing Archeologist (02-24-50) MP3

The Missing Archeologist (Aired February 24, 1950) Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar attracted some of the best writers in Hollywood, including Jack Johnstone, E. Jack Neuman (using the pen name John Dawson), Robert Ryf, and Les Crutchfield. Bob Bailey also wrote a script while he was playing Johnny Dollar. He used the pen name Robert Bainter (Bainter was his middle name) as the scriptwriter for "The Carmen Kringle Matter"... Source: boxcars711.podomatic.com

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