Title character in "Guy Noir: Private Eye" on A Prairie Home Companion. An old-fashioned gumshoe detective, originally from the New England town of Piscacatawamaquoddymoggin but late of St. Paul, Minnesota. Voiced by Garrison Keillor.
He's smooth, he's cool, he's quick with a gun
A master in the boudoir
A guy in a trenchcoat, who gets the job done
Guy, Guy Noir.
The show is a parody of old radio theatre private detective serials. Even though the style and dialog echo the noir genre, the subject matter is often topical. This juxtaposition is part of its appeal.
A dark night in a city that knows how to keep its secrets. But on the twelfth floor of the Acme Building, one man is trying to find the answers to life's persistent questions: Guy Noir, Private Eye.

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