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Harriet Miller (Aired September 29, 1946)

Why Rusty would put up with this guy is beyond understanding. In this case, love is not only blind, but also deaf and dumb. But then, Rusty was no prize package either. In fact, the most complex person on the show is Dr. Dan Danfield's pretty young secretary, Miss Rusty Fairfax. Why does Dr. Dan always call her Miss Fairfax? Dr. Dan goes to extremes to keep her at arm's length, but it's obvious he's just taunting her. After all, he's a criminal psychologist, and the way he treats Rusty is criminal! She can flare up, but usually just slow simmers in her professionally feminine way. Too bad one of the bad guys wasn't able to rub both of them out but these crooks were incredibly inept. Unfortunately, the toughs, society-types in trouble and the necessary law enforcement officers in this series, are nearly as individual as furniture in a model home. Still, if mindless detective drama is what you're looking for and you've tried the rest, then let Dr. Dan Danfield give you a little of a criminal psychologist's caseload. The show makes good drive-time or casual listening, since it doesn't make great demands on the emotions or intellect. Show Notes From The Old Time Radio Researcher's Group.


September 29, 1946. Program #7. "Harriet Miller" - ABC network origination, Teleways Radio Productions syndication. Commercials added locally. Muggs Verando is found dead in Harriet Miller's bedroom. A false suicide note and "The Marble Fawn" nightclub supply the clues. Michael Dunn, Joanne Johnson. 25:25. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.

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