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The Whisperer was an American old-time radio program which broadcast 13 episodes on late Sunday afternoons [5:00 p.m. Eastern] as a summer replacement from July 8 to September 30, 1951 on NBC.
It was based on stories by Dr. Stetson Humphrey (in collaboration with his wife, Irene).
The tone of the show was often tongue-in-cheek, and satirized the radio crime dramas of the day.
Lawyer Philip Galt (Carleton G. Young), due to a college football injury, lost his voice and can only speak in an eerie whisper. Galt infiltrates "the syndicate" in his native Central City to bring down organized crime from within; to the underworld, he becomes known as the Whisperer. Later, his voice is restored through surgery, but he continues to lead a double life as the Whisperer, relaying instructions by telephone from the syndicate bosses in New York (who don't know he's a mole) to their lackeys in Central City, whom Galt is actually setting up.
In the prologue to the final episode from September 30, 1951 titled "Strange Bed Fellows", Philip Gault explains his history as follows: It all began 10 years ago when I was kicked in the throat while playing college football. After the bandages were removed I opened my mouth to speak and all that came out was this rattling hiss. After a bakers dozen of women fainted when I spoke to them and countless babies went into paraclisms [sic] of crying, I disappeared from my usual haunts and went to work for a group which I later discovered were known as the crime syndicate. I decided to stay with them and collect sufficient evidence to help destroy them. Then one day I met Dr. Lee and through a miracle of surgery he restored my voice enabling me to resume my real identity as Philip Gault, Lawyer. This dual identity makes life very interesting. For if the syndicate ever finds out that the Whisper, who passes on their orders, is really Philip Gault, the man who has wrecked so many of their plans, there'll be slow walking and low moaning. But I won't be around to comment on it.
Betty Moran portrayed Galt's girlfriend, Ellen Norris, the only person who knows Galt's double identity, other than Dr. Lee. Paul Frees occasionally appeared as Galt's "friend on the force", Lt. Charles Denvers. William Conrad frequently appeared in different supporting roles under his alias, "Julius Krelboyne", as he was under exclusive contract to CBS radio at the time.
Bill Karn was the producer-director (and occasional writer), and organist Johnny Duffy supplied the background music.
The radio actor Carleton G. Young is sometimes confused with the film actor Carleton Scott Young.
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The Whisperer 51-07-08 (02) Tea Time for Teenagers
The Whisperer 51-07-15 (03) Attempted Murder
The Whisperer 51-07-22 (04) Hippity Hoppity
The Whisperer 51-07-29 (05) Policeman in Danger
The Whisperer 51-08-05 (06) What Ye Sow
The Whisperer 51-08-12 (07) The Fight Game
The Whisperer 51-08-19 (08) Into Each Life
The Whisperer 51-08-26 (09) Taken for a Ride
The Whisperer 51-09-02 (10) Stanley Hayes Must Die by Midnight the Following Day
The Whisperer 51-09-09 (11) Woman on Ice
The Whisperer 51-09-16 (12) Never the Twain
The Whisperer 51-09-23 (13) The Police Lieutenant
The Whisperer 51-09-30 (14) Strange Bed Fellows