Jeff Regan, Investigator

July 10, 1948 to September 3, 1950
71 episodes known to exist
Jeff Regan, Investigator was a radio show which ran from July 10, 1948 to September 3, 1950. It starred Jack Webb as "THE LION'S EYE" and, Frank Graham as "THE LION'S EYE" and, Paul Dubov as "THE LION'S EYE" and, and Frank Graham as "THE LION'S EYE" and.
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Show
# Episodes (Known)
Network
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July 10, 1948 - December 18, 1948
Jeff Regan, Investigator
24
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2
October 5, 1949 - April 5, 1950
Jeff Regan, Investigator
27
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3
April 12, 1950 - May 26, 1950
Jeff Regan, Investigator
7
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4
June 2, 1950 - September 3, 1950
Jeff Regan, Investigator
13
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5
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Jeff Regan, the Lion's Eye
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Jeff Regan, Investigator
July 10, 1948 - December 18, 1948
24 episodes known to exist
Stars: Jack Webb as "THE LION'S EYE" and
Director/producer: Sterling Tracy MUSIC
Writer: E. Jack Neuman
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Air Date
Title
Comments
Length
Sources
July 10, 1948 
Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief 
 
29:40 

 
July 17, 1948 
The Prodigal Daughter 
Harry Lang 
29:20 

 
July 24, 1948 
The Lonesome Lady 
 
29:20 

 
July 31, 1948 
The Lady with the Golden Hair 
Hans Conreid, Barton Yarboraugh 
29:20 

 
August 7, 1948 
The Man Who Liked the Mountain 
William Conrad, Jeff Chandler 
29:30 

 
August 14, 1948 
The Diamond Quartette 
William Conrad, Harry Lang 
29:30 

 
August 21, 1948 
The Man Who Came Back 
William Conrad 
29:30 

 
August 28, 1948 
The Man in the Door 
William Conrad, Lureen Tuttle 
29:30 

 
September 4, 1948 
The House by the Sea 
William Conrad, Lureen Tuttle 
29:30 

 
10 
September 11, 1948 
Cain and Able and the Santa Maria 
 
29:30 

 
11 
September 18, 1948 
The Gambler and the Lady 
 
29:40 

 
12 
September 25, 1948 
The Lady with No Name 
Marvin Miller 
29:30 

 
13 
October 2, 1948 
The Man with the Key 
Marvin Miller, Paul Frees 
29:20 

 
14 
October 9, 1948 
Too Many Mrs. Rogers 
Marvin Miller, Paul Frees 
29:20 

 
15 
October 16, 1948 
The Lost Lady 
Marvin Miller, Paul Frees 
29:20 

 
16 
October 23, 1948 
The Man with the Scar 
 
29:40 

 
17 
October 30, 1948 
The Kid From Cuba 
 
29:40 

 
18 
November 6, 1948 
The Lady with Too Much Hair 
 
29:20 

 
19 
November 13, 1948 
The Guy From Gower Gulch 
 
29:20 

 
20 
November 20, 1948 
The Pilgrim's Progress 
Thanksgiving Program 
29:20 

 
21 
November 27, 1948 
The Man Who Fought Back 
 
29:20 

 
22 
December 4, 1948 
The Lawyer and the Lady 
 
29:20 

 
23 
December 11, 1948 
The Gambler and His Ladies 
 
29:20 

 
24 
December 18, 1948 
The Man Who Lived by the Sea 
 
29:40 

 
Jeff Regan, Investigator
October 5, 1949 - April 5, 1950
27 episodes known to exist
Stars: Frank Graham as "THE LION'S EYE" and
Director/producer: Sterling Tracy MUSIC
Writers: William Froug and William Fifield
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Title
Comments
Length
Sources
October 5, 1949 
The Lady by the Fountain 
 
30:41 

 
October 12, 1949 
The Man in the Church 
 
30:41 

 
October 19, 1949 
The Lady From Brazil 
 
29:50 

 
October 26, 1949 
The Lady Who Wanted to Live 
 
29:50 

 
November 2, 1949 
The Man in Black 
Rehearsal 
30:10 

 
November 9, 1949 
The Little Man's Lament 
 
29:50 

 
November 16, 1949 
The Two Little Sisters 
 
29:50 

 
November 23, 1949 
The Lady Above High C 
 
30:00 

 
November 30, 1949 
The Five Hundred Santa Clauses From Mexico 
 
29:50 

 
10 
December 7, 1949 
The Hundred Dollar Guy 
 
29:50 

 
11 
December 14, 1949 
The Friday Nite Off 
 
29:50 

 
12 
December 21, 1949 
Some Enchanted Car-Hop 
 
29:32 

 
13 
December 28, 1949 
The Man On the Hook 
 
29:53 

 
14 
January 4, 1950 
A Thousand Violins, Almost 
 
30:27 

 
15 
January 11, 1950 
Sure, a Little Bit of Murder 
 
29:50 

 
16 
January 18, 1950 
A Streetcar Named Schultz 
 
30:22 

 
17 
January 25, 1950 
The Barefoot Boy with Shoes-Gone 
 
30:42 

 
18 
February 1, 1950 
All the Queens Men 
 
29:50 

 
19 
February 8, 1950 
Had To, Dead You Know 
 
29:50 

 
20 
February 15, 1950 
Mama Inez 
 
29:50 

 
21 
February 22, 1950 
The Gorilla That Always Said, Yeh-Ah 
 
30:18 

 
22 
March 1, 1950 
The Lyon Went Out Like a Lamb! 
 
29:50 

 
23 
March 8, 1950 
Mother Wore Snowshoes 
 
29:50 

 
24 
March 15, 1950 
Loe, the Gentle Earth Worm 
 
30:22 

 
25 
March 22, 1950 
The Hollywood Story 
 
30:18 

 
26 
March 29, 1950 
Cloudy As Crystal 
 
29:50 

 
27 
April 5, 1950 
A Tree Grows in Encino 
 
30:15 

 
Jeff Regan, Investigator
April 12, 1950 - May 26, 1950
7 episodes known to exist
Stars: Paul Dubov as "THE LION'S EYE" and
Director/producer: Sterling Tracy MUSIC
Writers: William Froug and William Fifield
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Title
Comments
Length
Sources
April 12, 1950 
The Man Behind the Rod 
 
30:25 

 
April 19, 1950 
The Smell of Magnolias 
 
30:14 

 
April 26, 1950 
It All Comes Back to Me Now 
 
29:38 

 
May 3, 1950 
A Cure For Insomnia 
 
30:35 

 
May 12, 1950 
Oil For the Lamps of Burbank 
 
30:39 

 
May 19, 1950 
A Claw, a Corkscrew, a Coffin, a Crab 
 
30:19 

 
May 26, 1950 
This May Hurt, Just a Little 
 
30:31 

 
Jeff Regan, Investigator
June 2, 1950 - September 3, 1950
13 episodes known to exist
Stars: Frank Graham as "THE LION'S EYE" and
Director/producer: Sterling Tracy MUSIC
Writers: William Froug and William Fifield
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Air Date
Title
Comments
Length
Sources
June 2, 1950 
A Horse in My Hot Springs 
 
29:50 

 
June 11, 1950 
For Every Man There's a Manikin 
 
29:50 

 
June 18, 1950 
They've Got More Than Coffee in Brazil 
 
29:39 

 
June 25, 1950 
No Sad Clowns For Me 
 
29:33 

 
July 2, 1950 
If I Knew You Were Coming, I'd Have Wrecked a Train 
 
29:50 

 
July 9, 1950 
She's Lovely, She's Engaged, She Eats Soy Beans 
 
29:34 

 
July 16, 1950 
All His Sisters and His Cousins and His Uncles and His Aunts 
 
30:52 

 
July 23, 1950 
99 Men On a Dead Man's Chest 
 
29:50 

 
July 30, 1950 
A Fire For Romano 
 
29:45 

 
10 
August 6, 1950 
There's Nothing Like a Pork Chop When Supper Rolls Around 
 
29:20 

 
11 
August 13, 1950 
A Streetcar Named Schultz 
 
30:13 

 
12 
August 27, 1950 
Gentlemen Prefer Horses 
 
29:24 

 
13 
September 3, 1950 
The British Are Coming 
 
29:50 

 
Jeff Regan, the Lion's Eye
n/a - n/a
0 episodes known to exist
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