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On January 1, 1976, Harry Nile went on the air for the first time over KVI, Seattle in a play called "West For My Health", in which Harry spent a very unhappy New Year's Eve of 1939. December of 1976, the second Harry Nile aired, and a series was born. For 28 years the part of Harry was played by Phil Harper. When he passed away in 2004 a decision had to be made whether to kill the series or find a new Harry. After much discussion it was decided to recast the part. Larry Albert was chosen to take over the role with Pat French continuing as Murphy. A new sound and a new team but the same high quality you've come to expect in The Adventures of Harry Nile.
Fool's Gold: Pyrite: a valueless mineral that closely resembles gold and fooled many a prospector, or a small town in Eastern Washington State that is trying to make a fool out of Harry as he investigates a murder.
The Dying Game: It's an eternal truth; old people die, but when a nursing home's annual rate of elderly deaths is higher then normal Harry is brought in to find out if someone might be helping nature in cutting down on the surplus population. Guest starring Russell Johnson (Gillgan's Island) and Paul Herlinger (Whit of Adventures in Odyssey)
The Case of the Bogus Bettor: A frantic phone call from a distraught woman and Harry has to discover why her husband refuses to make any kind of a sound, at all. His only clues; a gas station reciept, a high school tear book and a roll of duct tape.
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