1. Private Eye, the British fortnightly satirical magazine, has produced various comedic audio recordings since its founding in The most famous of the recordings from the s and s were pressed on thin floppy 7" vinyl (sometimes known as "flexi-discs" or "flimsies") and they were distributed as "cover-mounts" attached to the front cover of the magazine, which for those issues doubled.
  2. Shade and Angie think they're uncovering a simple case of infidelity when they're swept onto the high seas aboard a pirate-themed cruise ship where costumes, treasure, and eye patches are just a cover for a more insidious scheme.
  3. Private Eyes, a play by Steven Dietz "Private Eye", a short story by Lewis Padgett (Henry Kuttner and C. L. Moore) Music "Private Eye" (song), a song by Alkaline Trio "Private Eye", a song on the album Adultery by Dog Fashion Disco; Private Eyes (Hall & Oates album), "Private Eyes" (song), the title song.
  4. Feb 11,  · The film opens early in the twentieth century, at an English country mansion with the apparent murder of Lord and Lady Morley in their car by a figure in a black cape. Inspector Winship (Knotts) and Dr. Tart (Conway), two American detectives transferred over to Scotland Yard, then travel to the Morley mansion.
  5. TVGuide has every full episode so you can stay-up-to-date and watch your favorite show Private Eyes anytime, guikhalophticopets.sputdubbrilacipalbgeginsnaceslekett.infoinfo: Jason Priestley.
  6. Nov 27,  · Private Eye's Blue Record A really scarce classic from , featuring the voices of Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, William Rushton, Barry Humphries, John Glashan, John Wells, and Richard Ingrams. The deathless classics here include “Le Pizz Off Song”, “Chunder in the Old Pacific Sea” and “Stick a Finger Up Your Bum” (with the caveat Author: Taylor Jessen.
  7. “Private Eyes” is a new one-hour private detective show featuring two strong and forever competing characters. Ex-pro hockey player Matt Shade (Jason Priestl.
  8. Apr 15,  · Poetic, brutal, and hard-boiled with a heart, the Moe Prager series is a master’s class in P.I. fiction, with a unique and memorable star in Moe, the ex-cop-turned-private eye. Unlike many of his P.I. ancestors, Moe isn’t a loner, alcoholic former homicide detective.
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