Los Angeles, 1935. It’s the heart of the Great Depression and Philip Marlowe is broke. He’s contemplating whether he should pawn his .38, give up his Private Investigator’s license, and find another profession when he stops into his friend Lou’s automat for a sandwich. Lou tells him he’s got some work for Marlowe to do. It sounds like it’s Marlowe’s lucky day… or is it?
Heard in this episode:
Christopher Bradley as Lou Parker
Javan Ivey as Joe Briggs
Nancy Pop as Ruth Moriarity
James Scully as Philip Marlowe
Can The Circle Be Unbroken by The Carter Family
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