Audio ClassicsÒ Archive

Radio Broadcast Log Of:
I Love Adventure
     The story line for this series originally started out in London where a top secret organization only known as “The Twenty One Old Men of Ten Grammercy Park, fought enemies of international peace.  Jack Packard was recruited for assignments around the globe by this group of men that Jack never met face to face.  Assignments were given to Jack from behind a large two way mirror.  This is a short 13 episode series.
Broadcast History:
Network: ABC
  04/25/48 to 07/18/48
  Carlton E. Morse
  Dresser Dahlstead
  Rex Koury
  Carlton E. Morse, John Paul Scholfield
Theme Music:
  Valse Triste
  Michael Raffetto as Jack Packard
  Tom Collins as Reggie Yorke (Episodes 1 through 8)
  Barton Yarborough as Doc Long (Episodes 9 through 13)
Also Heard:
  John McIntire, Jeanette Nolan, Lillian Buyeff, Luis Van Rooten, Betty Lou Gerson,
  Peggy Webber, Lou Krugman, Mary Kay Jones, Barbara Jean Wong, Dix Davis and others.
Each of the following broadcasts are 30 minutes in length unless otherwise noted.
To order programs from this series on CD click here.
Sunday – 7:00 p.m.
04/25/48 # 1 The China Coast Incident
05/02/48 # 2 The Great Airmail Robbery
05/09/48 # 3 The Devil's Sanctuary
05/16/48 # 4 The Pearl Of Great Price
05/23/48 # 5 The 100 Million Dollar Manhunt
05/30/48 # 6 The Finishing School Kidnapping
06/06/48 # 7 But Grandma, What Great Big Teeth You Have
06/13/48 # 8 The Man With The Third Green Eye
06/20/48 # 9 The Girl In The Street
06/27/48 #10 The Kwan-Moon Dagger
07/04/48 #11 Assignment With A Displaced Person
07/11/48 #12 Hearse On The Highway
07/18/48 #13 The Ambassador Richardo Santos Affair
If you found this page via an internet search engine click here to go to our home page. 
Copyright © 2002 by Terry G. G. Salomonson. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States Of America.  No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form, or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the author.

Audio Classics® LLC Archive
Copyright © 1997-2012 Terry Salomonson
Home Page: 
Last Updated: 04/27/15 07:37:41 PM