Previously on A Man Named Marlowe: Marlowe stops in at an all-night diner in an attempt to decompress from the murders he’s witnessed. When he gets back to his apartment, he receives a call from a henchman, telling him that Krypton Club owner Benny Chance wants Marlowe off the case, and he’s willing to pay to see it happen.
In Episode 4, Two more murders bring Marlowe to the edge, until an unbelievable visit from an older man sends him to Spokane looking for answers.
Heard in this episode:
Dan Mountain as Bernie Ohls
Sam T. Wilson as Henry Long
Brett Solimine as The Desk Clerk
James Scully as Philip Marlowe
with a cameo from Nancy Pop at the end
Riders on the Storm by George Winston from Night Divides the Day – The Music of the Doors
You Did It, You Did It by Rahsaan Roland Kirk & His Quartet
Your announcer was Brett Solimine
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