VIC & SADE and NERO WOLFE


“Vic and Sade” is the driest of domestic comedies. We present two 15-minute visits to “the small house half-way up on the next block.” First, the son of the house, young Rush, has plans to single-handedly tear down a brick building – purely for the honor. Then Rush recruits his father to teach his high school principle, Mr. Chinbunny, the manly art of cigar smoking. “The New Adventures of Nero Wolfe” is based on the classic characters created by Rex Stout and star the magnificently-voiced (and appropriately-girthed) Sydney Greenstreet as New York’s brilliant, but lazy, private investigator. Wolfe leaves the legwork to his assistant, Archie Goodwin – a man about town who really gets around.

Episodes

Vic and Sade

November 14, 1939

“Tearing Down a Three-Storey Brick Building”

June 2, 1940

“Mr. Chinbunny Wants to Smoke Cigars”

3:30

The New Adventures of Nero Wolfe

April 20, 1951

“The Lost Heir”

23:36

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