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Murder at Midnight was a syndicated series that originated at New York's WJZ, originally broadcast from September 16, 1946 through September 8, 1947 and later rerun in the summer of 1950. The menacing tones that introduced the series belonged to Raymond Morgan, a former minister who had left his calling for a career in broadcasting.
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Starring Raymond Morgan.
Originally broadcast on 09/27/1946.
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