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  1. The Lives Of Harry Lime (1951 -1952) - The Elusive Vemeer

    Orson Welles reprised his role of Harry Lime from the celebrated 1949 film adaptation of Graham Greene’s novel The Third Man. The radio series is a "prequel" to the film, and depicts the many misadventures of con-artist Lime in a somewhat lighter tone than the character’s villainy in the film.

    —Huffduffed by jugglinpete 4 years ago

  2. The Lives Of Harry Lime (1951 -1952) - Vive le Chance

    Orson Welles reprised his role of Harry Lime from the celebrated 1949 film adaptation of Graham Greene’s novel The Third Man. The radio series is a "prequel" to the film, and depicts the many misadventures of con-artist Lime in a somewhat lighter tone than the character’s villainy in the film.

    —Huffduffed by jugglinpete 4 years ago

  3. The Lives Of Harry Lime (1951 -1952) - Suzie’s Cue

    Orson Welles reprised his role of Harry Lime from the celebrated 1949 film adaptation of Graham Greene’s novel The Third Man. The radio series is a "prequel" to the film, and depicts the many misadventures of con-artist Lime in a somewhat lighter tone than the character’s villainy in the film.

    —Huffduffed by jugglinpete 4 years ago

  4. The Lives Of Harry Lime (1951 -1952) - Harry Lime Joins The Circus

    Orson Welles reprised his role of Harry Lime from the celebrated 1949 film adaptation of Graham Greene’s novel The Third Man. The radio series is a "prequel" to the film, and depicts the many misadventures of con-artist Lime in a somewhat lighter tone than the character’s villainy in the film.

    —Huffduffed by jugglinpete 4 years ago

  5. The Lives Of Harry Lime (1951 -1952) - The Painted Smile

    Orson Welles reprised his role of Harry Lime from the celebrated 1949 film adaptation of Graham Greene’s novel The Third Man. The radio series is a "prequel" to the film, and depicts the many misadventures of con-artist Lime in a somewhat lighter tone than the character’s villainy in the film.

    —Huffduffed by jugglinpete 4 years ago

  6. The Lives Of Harry Lime (1951 -1952) - Man Of Mystery

    Orson Welles reprised his role of Harry Lime from the celebrated 1949 film adaptation of Graham Greene’s novel The Third Man. The radio series is a "prequel" to the film, and depicts the many misadventures of con-artist Lime in a somewhat lighter tone than the character’s villainy in the film.

    —Huffduffed by jugglinpete 4 years ago

  7. The Lives Of Harry Lime (1951 -1952) - Fool’s Gold

    Orson Welles reprised his role of Harry Lime from the celebrated 1949 film adaptation of Graham Greene’s novel The Third Man. The radio series is a "prequel" to the film, and depicts the many misadventures of con-artist Lime in a somewhat lighter tone than the character’s villainy in the film.

    —Huffduffed by jugglinpete 4 years ago

  8. The Lives Of Harry Lime (1951 -1952) - Pleasure Before Business

    Orson Welles reprised his role of Harry Lime from the celebrated 1949 film adaptation of Graham Greene’s novel The Third Man. The radio series is a "prequel" to the film, and depicts the many misadventures of con-artist Lime in a somewhat lighter tone than the character’s villainy in the film.

    —Huffduffed by jugglinpete 4 years ago

  9. The Lives Of Harry Lime (1951 -1952) - Faith, Lime and Charity

    Orson Welles reprised his role of Harry Lime from the celebrated 1949 film adaptation of Graham Greene’s novel The Third Man. The radio series is a "prequel" to the film, and depicts the many misadventures of con-artist Lime in a somewhat lighter tone than the character’s villainy in the film.

    —Huffduffed by jugglinpete 4 years ago

  10. The Lives Of Harry Lime (1951 -1952) - Violets Sweet Violets

    Orson Welles reprised his role of Harry Lime from the celebrated 1949 film adaptation of Graham Greene’s novel The Third Man. The radio series is a "prequel" to the film, and depicts the many misadventures of con-artist Lime in a somewhat lighter tone than the character’s villainy in the film.

    —Huffduffed by jugglinpete 4 years ago

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