ADVENTURES OF PHILLIP MARLOWE
The fictional private eye, Phillip Marlowe, was
created by Raymond Chandler. In 1939, Mr.
Chandler published a novel called,
The Big Sleep.
This was the first time the character, Phillip
Marlowe, appeared in a story.

In 1945,
Lux Radio Theatre presented a radio
adaptation of a Phillip Marlowe movie called,
Murder, My Sweet. The Lux Radio Theatre  
production starred Dick Powell as Phillip Marlowe.

On June 17, 1947, Van Heflin began playing Phillip
Marlowe on radio. The NBC radio series was
entitled,
The New Adventures of Phillip Marlowe.
This radio version of Phillip Marlowe ended on
September 9, 1947.

Then, on September 26, 1948, Gerald Mohr began
portraying the private eye on CBS radio. This
version was simply named,
The Adventures of
Phillip Marlowe.
CBS radio's Phillip Marlowe
production lasted until September 15, 1951.
PHILLIP MARLOWE:        STARRING VAN HEFLIN
  • Phillip Marlowe
  • The Red Wind
  • Broadcast: 6/17/1947
  • Starring Van Heflin
PHILLIP MARLOWE:      STARRING GERALD MOHR
  • Phillip Marlowe
  • The Red Wind
  • Broadcast: 9/26/1948
  • Starring Gerald Mohr
  • Phillip Marlowe
  • The Panama Hat
  • Broadcast: 10/10/1948
  • Starring Gerald Mohr
  • Phillip Marlowe
  • The Easy Mark
  • Broadcast: 1/29/1949
  • Starring Gerald Mohr
  • Phillip Marlowe
  • The Long Rope
  • Broadcast: 2/5/1949
  • Starring Gerald Mohr
  • Phillip Marlowe
  • Grim Hunters
  • Broadcast: 3/12/1949
  • Starring Gerald Mohr
  • Phillip Marlowe
  • The Heat Wave
  • Broadcast: 4/16/1949
  • Starring Gerald Mohr
  • Phillip Marlowe
  • Night Tide
  • Broadcast: 5/21/1949
  • Starring Gerald Mohr
  • Phillip Marlowe
  • The Busy Body
  • Broadcast: 6/18/1949
  • Starring Gerald Mohr
  • Phillip Marlowe
  • The Key Man
  • Broadcast: 6/25/1949
  • Starring Gerald Mohr
PHILLIP MARLOWE: RADIO SHOWS FROM MOVIE ADAPTATIONS
  • Phillip Marlowe/Lux Radio Theatre
  • Lady in the Lake
  • Broadcast: 2/9/1948
  • Starring Robert Montgomery
  • Phillip Marlowe/Lux Radio Theatre
  • Murder, My Sweet
  • Broadcast: 6/11/1945
  • Starring Dick Powell