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BLACKSTONE--THE MAGIC DETECTIVE
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BLACKSTONE--THE MAGIC DETECTIVE
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BLACKSTONE--THE MAGIC DETECTIVE
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CR-0046
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Blackstone, Harry
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Travel back in time as Blackstone the Magic Detective solves crime using magic! Originally broadcast 1948-1950 on the Mutual Syndicated network, Blackstone Sr.'s radio show was a first: a magician using his conjuring skills to combat evil-doers. Written by magician Walter B. Gibson, the show concluded with simple magic effects the listener could learn over the airwaves. Blackstone was in his evening-show prime when these 55 episodes were originally aired, and as the programs demonstrate, Blackstone was a master of media promotion in the 1940s (in fact, more of his fictional crime-fighting adventures were also featured in several Blackstone comic book series during this period). The Radio Magic CD features convenient mp3 tracks that you can play on iTunes or your favorite audio program!
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Travel back in time as Blackstone the Magic Detective solves crime using magic!  Originally broadcast 1948-1950 on the Mutual Syndicated network, Blackstone Sr.'s radio show was a first: a magician using his conjuring
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