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Mystery Without Murder, a short-lived 1947 radio detective program, broadcast on the NBC network, had quite a gimmick: nobody ever got killed in his cases. Just like its title promised.Its mild-mannered private eye hero, the aptly-named PETER GENTLE was opposed to violence. Believe it or not, the viewers didn't exactly tune in in droves to follow his adventures.
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