In Warren William’s fifth go as Michael Lanyard in The Lone Wolf Takes a Chance, he bets the Inspector and Dickens that he can stay out of trouble for 24 hours.
In the fourth Warren William entry to The Lone Wolf series, The Lone Wolf Keeps a Date, Lanyard and his stamp collection get mixed up in another murder mystery.
Warren William is The Lone Wolf for the third time in The Lone Wolf Meets a Lady. Includes a brief biography of co-star Jean Muir. Plus plenty of Eric Blore wit.
Warren William has his second go as Michael Lanyard in The Lone Wolf Strikes (1940) an entry highlighted by his skills as both aquarist and master impersonator. Eric Blore and Fred Kelsey join the cast.
I don’t dislike The Lone Wolf Spy Hunt (1939), but it’s by no means a favorite. In fact, I’d just about prefer any of the other Warren William as Lone Wolf entries over Spy Hunt, which seems a bit odd since Columbia was supposed to have had put more into this, William’s debut effort as […]