Jeff Regan, Investigator came to CBS Radio on July 10, 1948, with Jeff Regan as a tough private eye working for a detective agency run by Anthony J. Lyon. Regan introduced himself on each show with "I get ten a day and expenses. They call me the Lyon's Eye." Lyon, portrayed by Wilms Herbert, ran the International Detective Bureau, a small private investigations firm in downtown Los Angeles, with often oversized ambitions. Regan handled rough assignments from Lyon, with whom he was not always on good terms. Actor Jack Webb played Regan as tough and tenacious, with a dry sense of humor. When Webb left the show in December 1948, the series ended but was resurrected in October 1949 with a new cast. Frank Graham starred as Jeff Regan, and Frank Nelson portrayed his boss, Anthony J. Lyon. This version lasted until August of 1950. Enjoy twelve episodes from this terrific hard-boiled detective series, with the first four episodes starring Jack Webb and the remaining eight starring Frank Graham. "The Diamond Quartet" (14 Aug 48), "The Man Who Came Back" (21 Aug 48), "The Lawyer and the Lady" (4 Dec 48), "The Gambler and His Lady" (11 Dec 48), "Some Enchanted Carhop" (21 Dec 49), "It All Comes Back to Me Now" (26 Apr 50), "They've Got More Than Coffee in Brazil" (18 Jun 50), "No Sad Clowns for Me" (25 Jun 50), "She's Lovely, She's Engaged, She Eats Soybeans" (9 Jul 50), "A Fire for Romano" (30 Jul 50), "There's Nothing like a Pork Chop When Supper Rolls Around" (6 Aug 50), "Gentlemen Prefer Horses" (27 Aug 50).