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Appearing in "Doom From the Sun"Edit

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  • Blackstone the Magician

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  • Rhoda

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  • Costumed thieves

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Synopsis for "Doom From the Sun"Edit

Blackstone the Magician is invited to a costume party where he and his assistant Rhoda prevent a group of costumed thieves from robbing the wealthy patrons.

Appearing in "The Runaway Suspect"Edit

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  • Mrs. Daley

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Synopsis for "The Runaway Suspect"Edit

Private Detective Mark Mason takes on Ruth Daley as a client after the murder of her father, wealthy Reginald Daley was murdered. She explains that her fiancée Dick Wayne is the prime suspect as her father refused to allow him to marry Ruth. When a gun shot was heard in the house following another argument, Ruth's mother found Dick cradling Reginald's death body. Although the evidence is against Dick, Ruth believes he is innocent and hires Mark to solve the murder.

Overhearing this, Mark's secretary Louise Grant decides to pay a visit to the Daley residence as the Blonde Phantom to search for clues. Sneaking into the house she begins look around, when someone tries to attack her from behind, the Blonde Phantom flips the attacker over her shoulder and is surprised to find that it is Dick Wayne. Dick explains that he was hiding out to avoid capture. Blonde Phantom is convinced that Dick is not responsible and convinces him to turn himself over to the police. Searching the office for clues the Blonde Phantom finds documents that reveal that Mrs. Daley was selling the family jewels in order to pay off her gambling debts.

Searching the widows room she finds a pile of money and a number of IOU's to various gamblers. Believing this is enough to at least keep Dick away the electric chair, Blonde Phantom calls the police and sets up a trap for Mrs. Daley. Inviting Mrs. Daley to Mark Mason's office, Blonde Phantom confronts her with the truth. When Mrs. Daley attempts to shoot the Blonde Phantom, the masked heroine manages to knock her out with a slap to the face before she can shoot and turns her over to the authorities. Later, Ruth visits Mark office asking him to thank the Blonde Phantom for her help, unaware that Louise is the Blonde Phantom.

Appearing in "Television Murder"Edit

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  • Burton Lane

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Synopsis for "Television Murder"Edit

Detective Mike Trapp is taking a tour of a local television station. When a local television personality is murdered, Trapp investigates. When her fiancée arrives at the scene he tells Trapp that he saw the murder on television from his home in Chicago. However, Trapp sees through this alibi and arrests him, explaining that television broadcasts are of a 70 mile range and could not have reached Chicago from New York.

Appearing in "Sleepytime Pal"Edit

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  • Rhoda

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  • Costumed Villains

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Synopsis for "Sleepytime Pal"Edit

Blackstone the Magician's assistant Rhoda babysits for the night and attempts to get the young boy to fall asleep by showing him a magic trick. This backfires when the boy wants to see the trick over-and-over again until Rhoda becomes so exhausted she falls asleep.

Appearing in "Murder at Eight!"Edit

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  • Blackstone the Magician

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  • Rhoda

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  • The Orchid

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Synopsis for "Murder at Eight!"Edit

Blackstone the Magician and his assistant Rhoda expose the Orchid, a thief who robs at 8:00 pm every night.

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