During a date, Tex agrees to retell his first adventure, Mean Streets, to his girlfriend Chelsee. Tex is hired by Sylvia Linsky to find out if her scientist father was murdered. Meanwhile, tensions between normals and mutants are rising.

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During a date, Tex agrees to retell his first adventure, Mean Streets, to his girlfriend Chelsee. Tex is hired by Sylvia Linsky to find out if her scientist father was murdered. Meanwhile, tensions between normals and mutants are rising.

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28 February 1998 (USA)  »

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The final on-screen appearance of Kevin Jones in his signature role as "Police Lieutenant Mac Malden". See more »

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Featured in Tex Murphy Radio Theater: The Monkey's Tale (2001) See more »

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Trying to Try
Written and Performed by Richie Havens
Produced by Bernard Fox
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You can't beat Tex!
4 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm one of the lucky ones who stumbled upon the Tex Murphy adventure series and discovered a not so well known jewel. You can't beat Tex or the games, not even the early ones with bad graphics. But to those newbies who haven't yet had the privilege, do yourself a favor and play Overseer. Tex never looked better and Adrian Carr's direction polished the series to excellence. Besides Adrian, I don't know who I admire most, Aaron Connors or Chris Jones. I used to think Chris was the real Tex until I read the books. Aaron is the true 1940's detective but Chris is the humor. For a truly good story with character depth and an ambiance of mystery (even the music is good!), Overseer. You won't regret it; in fact, chances are, you'll become a 'Tex' addict too!


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