i went ahead and ordered the MP3 set from trademarksnet.com.
it should be interesting to see how these hold up against the
did stout actually write any of the radio scripts, or are they someone
else's take, a la the comic strip?
speaking of the series, does anyone remember who played archie on the last
wolfe television series, i guess it was in the 70s, with william conrad as
wolfe? and does anyone have video of that ill-fated attempt? i'd get a
kick out of revisiting it.
----Original Message Follows----
From: master_1st <firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: [NeroWolfe] Re: MP3s + A&E
Date: Sun, 10 Mar 2002 08:15:07 -0000
you can see the list here
--- In nerowolfe@y..., master_1st <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> i HAVE THEM ON MP3 got from ebay. work great. if you have a burner
> you can convert to Audio on CDR's and play them on most cd players
> you can get 3 stories on one cdr most have S-Greenstreet from the 40
> s or 50's they are good
> --- In nerowolfe@y..., "dynaflowdoll" <jdarnbro@h...> wrote:
> > > Regarding the Nero Wolfe MP3..."Two Fat Guys
> > > and a Skinny One"... trademarksnet.com
> > thanks for the dope on the MP3s!
> > i'll pop it into my cd drive and make like wolfe -- sitting in my
> > office, at my desk, to listen to it. too bad i won't have archie
> > keep me company ;-)
> > i'm really looking forward to death of a doxy on A&E; it's one of
> > favorite stories. i wonder who'll play julie jacqette?
> > one thing i'll say for the series (and i'm new to the group, so i
> > don't know if y'all share my mixed feelings about A&E's efforts),
> > costuming has been terrific. if those aren't actual vintage duds
> > the women characters, at least in most cases, i'll eat my c. 1952
> > peck & peck day frock.
> > happy saturday and orchids to all,
> > judi
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