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Margo Lane is a fictional character in The Shadow stories. Margo is a friend and companion to Lamont Cranston, and spies for his alter ego, The Shadow, in the wealthy set. Her first appearance was in 1937 in the Shadow radio drama. Her first appearance in a print story was in The Thunder King, a story in the April 1941 issue of The Shadow Magazine.
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by Christopher H. Sterling
Bill Johnstone undertook the Cranston/Shadow role on 25 September 1938 and held it through five seasons, while Agnes Moorehead later yielded Margo Lane' spart to Marjorie Anderson, and Ken Roberts became something of an institution ...
by John Kenneth Muir
Penelope Ann Miller (Margo Lane); Ian McKellen (Reinhardt Lane); Peter Boyle ( Moe Shrevnitz); Jonathan Winters (Barth); Tim Curry (Farley Claymore); Joseph ...
by Geoff Mayer
They also retained Margo Lane and Commissioner Weston. The reference to the exclusive men's club, the Cobalt Club, where Cranston and Weston mingled with wealthy industrialists, was derived from the pulp stories. In developing the ...
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