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The orchids and the orchid rooms sometimes are focal points in the stories. They are never irrelevant. In forty years Wolfe has scarcely ever shortened an orchid schedule.

John H. Vandermeulen in the American Orchid Society Bulletin. Entering from the stairs via a vestibule, there were three main rooms—one for cattleyas , laelias , and hybrids; one for odontoglossums , oncidiums , miltonias , and their hybrids; and a tropical room according to Fer-de-Lance.

It must have been quite a sight with the angle-iron staging gleaming in its silver paint and on the concrete benches and shelves 10, pots of orchids in glorious, exultant bloom.

Phalaenopsis is mentioned in 11 Wolfe stories, and Phalaenopsis Aphrodite is named in seven—more than any other species. They have never been finer.

Wolfe rarely sells his orchids [l] —but he does give them away. Four or five dozen are used to advance the investigation in Murder by the Book , and Wolfe refuses to let Archie bill the client for them.

Vollmer and his assistant, who shelter Wolfe and Archie when they have to flee the brownstone to avoid the police. In The Second Confession , the orchid rooms are torn apart by gunfire from across the street.

The shooters are in the employ of crime boss Arnold Zeck , who wants Wolfe to drop a case that could lead back to him.

Wolfe and Archie call men to take care of the plants and repair the windows before notifying the police.

I understand the technique of eccentricity; it would be futile for a man to labor at establishing a reputation for oddity if he were ready at the slightest provocation to revert to normal action.

Wolfe has pronounced eccentricities, as well as strict rules concerning his way of life, and their occasional violation adds spice to many of the stories:.

The books frequently mention brands that do not exist: for instance, Wolfe owns a Heron automobile, which Archie drives, and Wethersill automobiles are also mentioned.

The Rabson lock likewise does not exist; the name was borrowed by Lawrence Block and used in his Bernie Rhodenbarr mysteries.

Wolfe serves Remisier brandy or Follansbee's gin to guests and drinks Remmer's beer. Archie goes dancing at the Flamingo Club, which is now the name of more than one place in the New York City area, but the one in the books antedates them.

Wolfe's address, as mentioned above, is also fictional. On the other hand, real names and places also occur in the text, presumably for verisimilitude; Wolfe serves Bar-Le-Duc to a visitor on one occasion.

The "Churchill Hotel" officially the Hotel Churchill , mentioned many times, is a real hotel in Manhattan, and Sardi's is a real restaurant.

Real people, for example, J. If he had done nothing more than to create Archie Goodwin, Rex Stout would deserve the gratitude of whatever assessors watch over the prosperity of American literature.

For surely Archie is one of the folk heroes in which the modern American temper can see itself transfigured. Archie is the lineal descendant of Huck Finn Archie is spiritually larger than life.

That is why his employer and companion had to be made corpulent to match. Archie Goodwin is the narrator of all the Nero Wolfe stories and a central character in them.

Jacques Barzun and Wendell Hertig Taylor, critics and scholars of detective fiction, summarized the unique relationship between Wolfe and Archie:. First, Archie is not a friend but a paid employee, who acts as secretary, chauffeur, and legman to the mountainous and sedentary Wolfe.

Then they differ in all important respects—age, background, physique, and education. Finally, it is impossible to say which is the more interesting and admirable of the two.

They are complementary in the unheard-of ratio of 50— Archie has talents without which Wolfe would be lost: his remarkable memory, trained physical power, brash American humor, attractiveness to women, and ability to execute the most difficult errand virtually without instructions.

Like Wolfe, Archie is a licensed private detective and handles all investigation that takes place outside the brownstone. He also takes care of routine tasks such as sorting the mail, taking dictation and answering the phone.

At the time of the first novel, Fer-de-Lance , Archie had been working for Wolfe for seven years [35] and had by then been trained by Wolfe in his preferred methods of investigation.

Like Wolfe, he has developed an extraordinary memory and can recite verbatim conversations that go on for hours. But perhaps his most useful attribute is his ability to bring reluctant people to Wolfe for interrogation.

Archie's bedroom is one floor above Wolfe's, [p] and his room and board at the brownstone are part of his compensation.

On several occasions, he makes it a point to note that he owns his bedroom furniture. Except for breakfast which chef Fritz Brenner generally serves him in the kitchen , Archie takes his meals at Wolfe's table, and has learned much about haute cuisine by listening to Wolfe and Fritz discuss food.

While Archie has a cocktail on occasion, his beverage of choice is milk. Archie has frequent reason to note that he needs at least eight hours' sleep each night, and prefers more.

Archie's initial rough edges become smoother across the decades, much as American norms evolved over the years. Noting Archie's colloquialisms in the first two Nero Wolfe novels, Rev.

Frederick G. Gotwald wrote, "The crudeness of these references makes me suspect that Stout uses them in Archie to show their ugliness because he uses them unapologetically.

Many reviewers and critics regard Archie Goodwin as the true protagonist of the Nero Wolfe corpus. Compared to Wolfe, Archie is the man of action, tough and street smart.

His narrative style is breezy and vivid. Previously, foils such as Dr. Watson or Arthur Hastings were employed as confidants and narrators, but none had such a fully developed personality or was such an integral part of the plot as Archie.

He passes the supreme test of being rereadable. I don't know how many times I have reread the Wolfe stories, but plenty.

I know exactly what is coming and how it is all going to end, but it doesn't matter. That's writing. For specific publication history, including original magazine appearances, see entries for individual titles.

Years link to year-in-literature articles. How would you feel if someone wanted to continue the Wolfe series after you laid aside your pen?

I don't know whether vampirism or cannibalism is the better term for it. Not nice. They should roll their own. After the death of Rex Stout's widow in October , [48] the Stout estate approved the continuation of the Nero Wolfe series.

Goldsborough's approach was faithful to the Rex Stout works, but he added his own touches, including an updated frame of reference Archie now uses a personal computer to file Wolfe's germination records; Wolfe's ancient elevator is finally replaced by a more efficient model; etc.

Goldsborough's first effort, Murder in E Minor , was published in After the publication of Fer-de-Lance in , several Hollywood studios were interested in the movie rights.

Connolly did portray Wolfe in the latter film, after Arnold decided he did not want to become identified in the public mind with one part. Lionel Stander portrayed Archie Goodwin.

Stander was a capable actor but, as Archie, Rex thought he had been miscast. A young Rita Hayworth then Rita Cansino portrays Maria Maringola, who sets the story in motion when she asks for Wolfe's help in finding her missing brother, Carlo.

That's the best explanation of what's wrong with the film", wrote Variety June 16, Stout replied, "I don't know. I suppose so. Nero Wolfe has been portrayed in four radio drama series on five different networks.

Williams starred in its first incarnation April 10 — June 26, on the regional New England Network.

Luis Van Rooten succeeded Ortega sometime in Louis Vittes wrote most of the scripts for the minute episodes, basing none of them on Stout's original stories.

Only one episode of the series is in circulation. Francis X. Broadcast July 17 — November 30, , the series was a product of the Don Lee Network , a California affiliate, and may have been broadcast only in that region.

Although 21 episodes were produced, the series finale, "The Case of the Shakespeare Folio", is the only episode that has survived in radio collections.

Produced by Edwin Fadiman and directed by J. Donald Wilson , [78] the show was written by Alfred Bester. The New Adventures of Nero Wolfe was the first radio series that, like the Stout stories themselves, stressed characterization over plot.

The series was produced and directed by actor Ron Hartmann, who spent two years writing the hour-long radio adaptations of Stout's original stories.

The piece was performed along with an Arsene Lupin story and an adaptation of the Sherlock Holmes story " The Final Problem " as part of the troupe's summer mystery series, "Moriarty's Mysteries".

Rex Stout appeared in the December 9, , episode of Omnibus , a cultural anthology series that epitomized the golden age of television.

Dupin and Jack Sydow. On September 15, , Rex Stout wrote a confidential memo to Edwin Fadiman, who represented his radio, film and television interests.

The memo provided detailed character descriptions of Nero Wolfe and Archie Goodwin, and a physical description and diagram of Wolfe's office.

Stout's biographer John McAleer inferred the memo was guidance for the NBC Nero Wolfe radio series that began in October , but in summarizing the memo's unique revelations he remarked, "A TV producer could not have hoped for more specifics.

Guernsey, Jr. The theme music was composed by Alex North. Wohlgang , Eva Seregni Mrs. Becher Mr. The series was to air Mondays at 10 p.

ET beginning in September Everything seemed to point to a sale of the series. A facsimile of the brownstone house in which Wolfe lives in the novels But when the film was made and shown around, it was considered too good to be confined to half an hour.

The four rare pilots on the release were digitally restored in high definition by SabuCat Productions from the best archival film elements available.

Gilroy was signed to write the television script "The Doorbell Rang" and direct the TV movie on the assurance that Welles would star, but by April Welles had bowed out.

Thayer David was cast as Wolfe in the TV movie. William Conrad was cast as Wolfe in the TV series. Rachel Bruner.

Written and directed by Frank D. Gilroy , the made-for-TV movie was produced as a pilot for a possible upcoming series [] —but the film had not yet aired at the time of Thayer David's death in July Although it was titled "Rex Stout's Nero Wolfe", the production departed considerably from the originals.

All 14 episodes were set in contemporary New York City. Independent producer Michael Jaffe 's efforts to secure the rights to the Nero Wolfe stories date back to his earliest days in the business.

In the mids he was working with his father, Henry Jaffe, a successful attorney turned producer, when the Nero Wolfe rights came on the market.

Warner Bros. One of the reasons that I never actually tried to make it as a series was that I didn't believe a network would ever let us make it the right way.

I've known him for years and years. He swore he'd let me make it the right way. High ratings led to the original series, A Nero Wolfe Mystery — A Nero Wolfe Mystery adapted the plots and dialogue of the Stout originals closely; unlike previous Wolfe adaptations, the series retained Archie Goodwin's first-person narration and did not update the stories to contemporary times.

The episodes were colorful period pieces, set primarily in the s—s. Reid Sergeant Purley Stebbins. In a practice reminiscent of the mystery movie series of the s and s, the show rarely used guest stars in the roles of victims, killers and suspects, but instead used the same ensemble of supporting actors each week.

An actor who had been "killed off" in one show might portray the murderer in the next. Production of A Nero Wolfe Mystery coincided with Rex Stout's becoming a top-selling author some 30 years after his death.

The series was released on Region 1 DVD as two sets The Golden Spiders bundled with the second season , and as a single eight-disc thinpack set.

These are the episodes in order of appearance:. The whole series became available on DVD in Produced by Casanova Multimedia and Rai Fiction, the eight-episode series, which ran for a single season, began with "La traccia del serpente", an adaptation of Fer-de-Lance set in in Rome, where Wolfe and Archie reside after leaving the United States.

The stage production was authorized by the estate of Rex Stout; Stout's daughter, Rebecca Stout Bradbury, attended the opening.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about Rex Stout's fictional detective. For other uses, see Nero Wolfe disambiguation.

Fictional character. Main article: Archie Goodwin character. Main article: Nero Wolfe supporting characters. Wodehouse [47]. McAleer [1] : Main article: Meet Nero Wolfe.

Main article: The League of Frightened Men film. Main article: The Adventures of Nero Wolfe. Main article: The Amazing Nero Wolfe.

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Age In In the Best Families , Wolfe temporarily sheds pounds. Logically I was dead; a man can't live on dry grass. Actually I went on breathing.

When the United States entered the war and I walked six hundred miles to join the A. In " Help Wanted, Male " chapter 5 it is called his "number two chair".

Besides the varying street addresses, he retained minor inconsistencies, and catching them is one of the pleasures of readers of the Nero Wolfe stories.

Inspector Cramer's first name, rarely invoked, was originally Fergus, and later modified to L. An assistant district attorney was either Mandel or Mandelbaum.

Hamilton lists all of the orchids mentioned in Archie's accounts in alphabetical order. Six years later, in If Death Ever Slept chapter 11 , Archie describes Wolfe as "a practicing private detective with no other source of income except selling a few orchid plants now and then".

Sixteen years later, in The Black Mountain chapter 1 , Archie puts the number at ten. The thing had never gone off except when we tested it In chapter 6 of Where There's a Will , Archie's room is on the third floor, where it is in subsequent accounts.

In Too Many Cooks , Wolfe questions a group of black men. Archie's opinion, voiced using racial epithets, is that interviewing them will be a waste of time, but Wolfe's candor and respect gains him the men's trust.

The session ends at a. Again Archie objects, suggesting that Wolfe should wait until later that day. Wolfe calmly says: "Archie, please.

You tried to instruct me how to handle colored men. Will you try it with white men too? That book, however, was not a commercial success, and only three books featuring Fox were written, one of which was later used as the basis for a Wolfe story at the urging of Stout's publisher.

Archie starts his report by stating, "I am against female detectives on principle. Archie remarks again that Sally and Dol had made him change his attitude about female detectives.

The score, CPN, is in Box p. It breaks our mold. Rex Stout: A Biography. Boston: Little, Brown and Company.

Royal Decree: Conversations with Rex Stout. Ashton, Maryland: Pontes Press. The American Magazine. Crowell Publishing Company: Kenneth Rockville, Maryland: James A.

In the Queens' Parlor. Cool French Comics. Retrieved According to chapter 16 of Too Many Clients , the picture measures 14 by 17 inches.

The Brownstone House of Nero Wolfe. Boston and Toronto: Little, Brown and Company. The New York Times. United Press International.

Marko Vukcic engaged Wolfe in " Omit Flowers ". Nero Wolfe of West Thirty-fifth Street. New York: Viking Press. The Wolfe Pack. Merely a Genius. February American Orchid Society Bulletin.

American Orchid Society. The Nero Wolfe Handbook. Salisbury, North Carolina: F. However, in In the Best Families , Wolfe displays no noticeable reticence whatsoever concerning travel in an automobile.

The New York Observer. The Nero Wolfe Companion, Number 1. October 17, Chicago Tribune. Retrieved December 18, The Mysterious Press.

Subsequently collected in Gotwald, Rev. Wildside Press, , pp. Retrieved July 6, The Denver Post. Magritte Museum. Archived from the original on November 25, February 4, Accessed Oct.

Archived from the original on March 3, The Digital Deli Too. Silent Movie Idol Francis X. Radio Life. September 23, New York: Oxford University Press.

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Online Archive of California. Unidentified Projects. March 10, Lewiston Evening Journal. Lewiston, Maine. VCI Entertainment. April 8, April 9, The Evening Independent.

Massillon, Ohio. MVD Entertainment Group. Los Angeles Times.

Everything seemed to point to a sale of the series. The floor-to-ceiling bookshelves lining Wolfe's office contain some 1, books Gambitchapter 6 —the size of Stout's own library. That event occurs in The Black Mountainwhen he leaves not only the brownstone Britta Heidemann the United States to avenge the murder of his oldest friend. Archie enjoys Captain Marvel Dvd food but lacks Wolfe's discerning palate, lamenting in The Final Deduction chapter 9 that Kluftinger Schutzpatron Stream spring I get so fed up with shad roe that I wish to heaven fish would Dark Skies - Sie Sind Unter Uns Stream out some other way. Archived from the Huppert PDF on July 14, Report abuse Translate review to English. Jacques Barzun. Main article: Nero Wolfe film. Michel de Montaigne. In short, Rex had found for Wolfe a nationality that fitted him to perfection.

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Generell kann ich sagen, dass ich als Fachinformatiker das Buch gerne gelesen habe. Ehrlich gesagt kann ich es mir sogar ziemlich gut vorstellen, dass wir einmal so leben werden.

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Instead of spreading the principles of order and justice throughout his society, Wolfe imposes them dogmatically and absolutely within the walls of his house—the brownstone on West Thirty-Fifth Street—and he invites those who are troubled by an incomprehensible and threatening environment to enter the controlled economy of the house and to discover there the source of disorder in their own lives.

The invitation is extended to readers as well as to clients. Wolfe's most remarkable departure from the brownstone is due to personal reasons, not to business, and thus does not violate the rule regarding the conduct of business away from the office.

That event occurs in The Black Mountain , when he leaves not only the brownstone but the United States to avenge the murder of his oldest friend.

He abandons his cherished daily habits for a time and, despite his physical bulk, engages in strenuous outdoor activity in mountain terrain.

You, gentlemen, are Americans, much more completely than I am, for I wasn't born here. This is your native country. It was you and your brothers, black and white, who let me come here and live, and I hope you'll let me say, without getting maudlin, that I'm grateful to you for it.

The corpus implies or states that Nero Wolfe was born in Montenegro , with one exception. He places women in a subordinate role. He is a romantic idealist, apt to go in for dashing effects to express his spirited nature.

He is strong in family loyalties, has great pride, is impatient of restraint. Love of freedom is his outstanding trait. He is stubborn, fearless, unsubduable, capable of great self-denial to uphold his ideals.

He is fatalistic toward death. In short, Rex had found for Wolfe a nationality that fitted him to perfection. Wolfe is reticent about his youth, but apparently he was athletic, fit, and adventurous.

Before World War I , he spied for the Austrian government 's Evidenzbureau , but had a change of heart when the war began.

He then joined the Serbian-Montenegrin army and fought against the Austrians and Germans. That means that he was likely to have been involved in the harrowing withdrawal of the defeated Serbian army, when thousands of soldiers died from disease, starvation, and sheer exhaustion [d] —which might help to explain the comfort-loving habits that are such a conspicuous part of Wolfe's character.

In , John D. Clark suggested that the two had an affair in Montenegro in , and that Nero Wolfe was the result. The idea was later co-opted by William S.

Baring-Gould and implied in the novels of Nicholas Meyer and John Lescroart , but there is no evidence that Rex Stout had any such connection in mind.

Certainly there is no mention of it in any of the stories, although a painting of Sherlock Holmes does hang over Archie Goodwin's desk in Nero Wolfe's office.

Some commentators note both physical and psychological resemblances and suggest Sherlock's brother Mycroft Holmes as a more likely father for Wolfe.

Commentators have noted a coincidence in the names "Sherlock Holmes" and "Nero Wolfe": the same vowels appear in the same order. They note that in one story Lupin has an affair with the queen of a Balkan principality, which may be Montenegro by another name.

Further, they note that the name Lupin resembles the French word for wolf, loup. I rarely leave my house. I do like it here. I would be an idiot to leave this chair, made to fit me —.

Wolfe has expensive tastes, living in a comfortable and luxurious New York City brownstone on the south side of West 35th Street.

The brownstone has three floors plus a large basement with living quarters, a rooftop greenhouse also with living quarters, and a small elevator, used almost exclusively by Wolfe.

Other unique features include a timer-activated window-opening device that regulates the temperature in Wolfe's bedroom, an alarm system that sounds a gong in Archie's room if someone approaches Wolfe's bedroom door or windows, and climate-controlled plant rooms on the top floor.

Wolfe is a well-known amateur orchid grower and has 10, plants in the brownstone's greenhouse. He employs three live-in staff to see to his needs: Archie Goodwin assistant , Fritz Brenner chef , and Theodore Horstmann orchid nurse.

The front door is equipped with a chain bolt, a bell that can be shut off as needed, and a pane of one-way glass , which enables Archie to see who is on the stoop before deciding whether to open the door.

Wolfe's bedroom is on the second floor of the brownstone, and Archie's is on the third. Each of these floors also includes one spare bedroom, used on occasion to house a variety of clients, witnesses, and sometimes even culprits.

Wolfe takes pride in being able to offer such assistance and once remarked, "The guest is a jewel resting on the cushion of hospitality".

Wolfe's office becomes nearly soundproof when the doors connecting it to the front room and the hallway are closed. There is a small hole in the office wall covered by what Archie calls a "trick picture of a waterfall".

The chair behind Wolfe's desk is custom-built, with special springs to hold his weight; according to Archie, it is the only chair that Wolfe really enjoys sitting in.

In the short story " The Squirt and the Monkey ", Wolfe and Archie have a hidden tape recorder and microphone installed in the office, with controls in the kitchen.

In the story " Eeny Meeny Murder Mo ", the system is modified to transmit sound to a speaker in the front room.

The brownstone has a back entrance leading to a private garden, as noted in Champagne for One chapter 10 and elsewhere, from which a passage leads to 34th Street—used to enter or leave Wolfe's home when it is necessary to evade surveillance.

Archie says that Fritz tries to grow herbs such as chives in the garden. It is the center from which moral order emanates, and the details of its layout and its operations are signs of its stability.

For forty years, Wolfe prepares menus with Fritz and pots orchids with Theodore. For forty years, Archie takes notes at his desk, the client sits in the red chair and the other principals distribute themselves in the yellow chairs, and Wolfe presides from his custom-made throne.

For forty years, Inspector Cramer and Sergeant Purley Stebbins ring the doorbell, enter the office, and explode with indignation at Wolfe's intractability.

The front room, the elevator, the three-foot globe—all persist in place through forty years of American history. It is described in the opening chapter of The Second Confession as being on West Thirty-Fifth Street "nearly to 11th Avenue", which would put it in the block.

Wolfe merely moved us, fictionally, from one place to the other in order to preserve his particular brand of privacy. As far as I can discover, there never were brownstone houses on West 35th Street.

This Manhattan brownstone lacked some peculiarities of Wolfe's home, unlike the model specially constructed on the Toronto set where most of the series was filmed [i] —for example, the correct number of steps leading up to the stoop.

It was, therefore, shown from angles that would camouflage any slight discrepancies. This number can be seen on the studio set representing the front door exterior in several episodes and on a closeup of Archie's paycheck in " Prisoner's Base ".

Once he burned up a cookbook because it said to remove the hide from a ham end before putting it in the pot with lima beans. Which he loves most, food or words, is a tossup.

Good food is a keystone along with reading of Wolfe's mostly leisured existence. He is both a gourmand and a gourmet, enjoying generous helpings of Fritz's cuisine three times a day.

Shad roe is a particular favorite, prepared in a number of different ways. Archie enjoys his food but lacks Wolfe's discerning palate, lamenting in The Final Deduction chapter 9 that "Every spring I get so fed up with shad roe that I wish to heaven fish would figure out some other way.

Whales have. Archie also complains that there is never corned beef or rye bread on Wolfe's table, and he sometimes ducks out to eat a corned beef sandwich at a nearby diner.

Yet a young woman gives Wolfe a lesson in preparing corned beef hash in " Cordially Invited to Meet Death ". Another contradiction is found in Plot It Yourself when Archie goes to a diner to eat "fried chicken like my Aunt Margie used to make it back in Ohio", since Fritz does not fry chicken.

Wolfe displays an oenophile 's knowledge of wine and brandy, but it is only implied that he drinks either. In And Be a Villain chapter 17 , he issues a dinner invitation and regrets doing so on short notice: "There will not be time to chambrer a claret properly, but we can have the chill off.

On weekdays, Fritz serves Wolfe his breakfast in his bedroom. Archie eats his separately in the kitchen, although Wolfe might ask Fritz to send Archie upstairs if he has morning instructions for him.

Regularly scheduled mealtimes for lunch and dinner are part of Wolfe's daily routine. In an early story, Wolfe tells a guest that luncheon is served daily at 1 p.

Lunch and dinner are served in the dining room, on the opposite side of the first-floor hallway from the front room and the office.

However, Archie will eat separately in the kitchen if he is in a rush due to pressing business or a social engagement, because Wolfe cannot bear to see a meal rushed.

Wolfe also has a rule against discussing business at the table, sometimes bent but very rarely overtly broken. In the earliest books, Archie reports that Wolfe is subject to what he terms a "relapse"—a period of several days during which Wolfe refuses to work or even to listen to Archie badger him about work.

The cause is unknown. Wolfe either takes to bed and eats nothing but bread and onion soup, or else he consults with Fritz on menus and the preparation of nonstop meals.

In Fer-de-Lance chapter 6 , Archie reports that, during a relapse, Wolfe once ate half a sheep in two days, different parts cooked in 20 different ways.

The relapse also appears briefly in The League of Frightened Men chapter 11 , The Red Box chapter 6 , and Where There's a Will chapter 12 , but subsequently disappears from the corpus as a plot device—possibly because Archie eventually discovered how to shut down a relapse during its earliest stages, as chronicled in The Red Box.

Wolfe views much of life through the prism of food and dining, going so far as to say that Voltaire " Wolfe does not, however, enjoy visiting restaurants with the occasional exception of Rusterman's, owned for a time by Wolfe's best friend Marco Vukcic and later subject to Wolfe's trusteeship.

In The Red Box chapter 11 , Wolfe states, "I know nothing of restaurants; short of compulsion, I would not eat in one were Vatel himself the chef.

Wolfe appears to know his way around the kitchen; in Too Many Cooks chapter 17 , he tells Jerome Berin, "I spend quite a little time in the kitchen myself.

In The Black Mountain , Wolfe and Goodwin stay briefly in an unoccupied house in Italy on their way to Montenegro; Wolfe prepares a pasta dish using Romano cheese that, from "his memory of local custom", he finds in a hole in the ground.

During the short story " Murder Is Corny ", he lectures Inspector Cramer on the right and wrong ways to cook corn on the cob, insisting that it must be roasted rather than boiled in order to achieve the best flavor.

After-dinner coffee, however, is often taken by Wolfe and Archie in the office rather than the dining room. Many of the dishes referred to in the various Nero Wolfe stories and novels were collected and published, complete with recipes, as The Nero Wolfe Cookbook by Rex Stout and the Editors of the Viking Press, published in All recipes are prefaced with a brief excerpt from the book or story that made reference to that particular dish.

The first novel, Fer-de-Lance , introduces Wolfe as he prepares to change his habits. With Prohibition at an end, he can stop buying kegs of bootleg beer and purchase it legally in bottles.

Fritz brings in samples of 49 different brands for him to evaluate, from which he ultimately selects Remmers as his favorite.

Several times during the story, Wolfe announces his intention to reduce his beer intake from six quarts a day to five. Like most other things in Wolfe's life, his beer drinking is bound by ritual.

Seated at his desk, Wolfe presses the button twice to ring for beer, and Fritz delivers the bottles unopened; Wolfe uncaps the bottles himself, using an karat gold bottle opener given to him by a satisfied client.

In Plot It Yourself chapter 13 , Wolfe makes an unprecedented vow after Archie tells him the killer they seek has killed again.

Wolfe hits the desk with his fist, bellows in a language Archie does not understand, then coldly orders Fritz away when he enters with the beer: "Take it back.

I shall drink no beer until I get my fingers around that creature's throat. And I shall eat no meat. Wolfe was drinking beer and looking at pictures of snowflakes in a book someone had sent him from Czechoslovakia.

Looking at him, I said to myself, "He's in a battle with the elements. He's fighting his way through a raging blizzard, just sitting there comfortably looking at pictures of snowflakes.

That's the advantage of being an artist, of having imagination. You freeze to death. Reading is central to Nero Wolfe's life, and books are central to the plots of many of the stories.

The floor-to-ceiling bookshelves lining Wolfe's office contain some 1, books Gambit , chapter 6 —the size of Stout's own library.

If Wolfe picks up a book before he rings for beer, and if he has marked his place with a thin strip of gold given to him by a grateful client, the book is an A.

Archie indicates in various stories that Wolfe prefers to finish a paragraph before acknowledging an interruption in his reading.

He often dog-ears a page to mark his place. William S. Baring-Gould 's summary of Wolfe's library [17] was incorporated with contributions from others into an annotated reading list created by Winnifred Louis.

Wolfe had once remarked to me that the orchids were his concubines: insipid, expensive, parasitic and temperamental.

He brought them, in their diverse forms and colors, to the limits of their perfection, and then gave them away; he had never sold one.

Known for rigidly maintaining his personal schedule, Nero Wolfe is most inflexible when it comes to his routine in the rooftop plant rooms.

From to in the morning, and from to in the afternoon, he looks after his orchid collection with help from Theodore Horstmann.

Clients must accommodate themselves to this schedule", wrote Rex Stout's biographer John J. Like the disciplines the sonneteer is bound by, the schedule is part of the framework he is committed to work within.

The orchids and the orchid rooms sometimes are focal points in the stories. They are never irrelevant. In forty years Wolfe has scarcely ever shortened an orchid schedule.

John H. Vandermeulen in the American Orchid Society Bulletin. Entering from the stairs via a vestibule, there were three main rooms—one for cattleyas , laelias , and hybrids; one for odontoglossums , oncidiums , miltonias , and their hybrids; and a tropical room according to Fer-de-Lance.

It must have been quite a sight with the angle-iron staging gleaming in its silver paint and on the concrete benches and shelves 10, pots of orchids in glorious, exultant bloom.

Phalaenopsis is mentioned in 11 Wolfe stories, and Phalaenopsis Aphrodite is named in seven—more than any other species.

They have never been finer. Wolfe rarely sells his orchids [l] —but he does give them away. Four or five dozen are used to advance the investigation in Murder by the Book , and Wolfe refuses to let Archie bill the client for them.

Vollmer and his assistant, who shelter Wolfe and Archie when they have to flee the brownstone to avoid the police.

In The Second Confession , the orchid rooms are torn apart by gunfire from across the street. The shooters are in the employ of crime boss Arnold Zeck , who wants Wolfe to drop a case that could lead back to him.

Wolfe and Archie call men to take care of the plants and repair the windows before notifying the police. I understand the technique of eccentricity; it would be futile for a man to labor at establishing a reputation for oddity if he were ready at the slightest provocation to revert to normal action.

Wolfe has pronounced eccentricities, as well as strict rules concerning his way of life, and their occasional violation adds spice to many of the stories:.

The books frequently mention brands that do not exist: for instance, Wolfe owns a Heron automobile, which Archie drives, and Wethersill automobiles are also mentioned.

The Rabson lock likewise does not exist; the name was borrowed by Lawrence Block and used in his Bernie Rhodenbarr mysteries. Wolfe serves Remisier brandy or Follansbee's gin to guests and drinks Remmer's beer.

Archie goes dancing at the Flamingo Club, which is now the name of more than one place in the New York City area, but the one in the books antedates them.

Wolfe's address, as mentioned above, is also fictional. On the other hand, real names and places also occur in the text, presumably for verisimilitude; Wolfe serves Bar-Le-Duc to a visitor on one occasion.

The "Churchill Hotel" officially the Hotel Churchill , mentioned many times, is a real hotel in Manhattan, and Sardi's is a real restaurant.

Real people, for example, J. If he had done nothing more than to create Archie Goodwin, Rex Stout would deserve the gratitude of whatever assessors watch over the prosperity of American literature.

For surely Archie is one of the folk heroes in which the modern American temper can see itself transfigured. Archie is the lineal descendant of Huck Finn Archie is spiritually larger than life.

That is why his employer and companion had to be made corpulent to match. Archie Goodwin is the narrator of all the Nero Wolfe stories and a central character in them.

Jacques Barzun and Wendell Hertig Taylor, critics and scholars of detective fiction, summarized the unique relationship between Wolfe and Archie:.

First, Archie is not a friend but a paid employee, who acts as secretary, chauffeur, and legman to the mountainous and sedentary Wolfe.

Then they differ in all important respects—age, background, physique, and education. Finally, it is impossible to say which is the more interesting and admirable of the two.

They are complementary in the unheard-of ratio of 50— Archie has talents without which Wolfe would be lost: his remarkable memory, trained physical power, brash American humor, attractiveness to women, and ability to execute the most difficult errand virtually without instructions.

Like Wolfe, Archie is a licensed private detective and handles all investigation that takes place outside the brownstone.

He also takes care of routine tasks such as sorting the mail, taking dictation and answering the phone. At the time of the first novel, Fer-de-Lance , Archie had been working for Wolfe for seven years [35] and had by then been trained by Wolfe in his preferred methods of investigation.

Like Wolfe, he has developed an extraordinary memory and can recite verbatim conversations that go on for hours. But perhaps his most useful attribute is his ability to bring reluctant people to Wolfe for interrogation.

Archie's bedroom is one floor above Wolfe's, [p] and his room and board at the brownstone are part of his compensation. On several occasions, he makes it a point to note that he owns his bedroom furniture.

Except for breakfast which chef Fritz Brenner generally serves him in the kitchen , Archie takes his meals at Wolfe's table, and has learned much about haute cuisine by listening to Wolfe and Fritz discuss food.

While Archie has a cocktail on occasion, his beverage of choice is milk. Archie has frequent reason to note that he needs at least eight hours' sleep each night, and prefers more.

Archie's initial rough edges become smoother across the decades, much as American norms evolved over the years.

Noting Archie's colloquialisms in the first two Nero Wolfe novels, Rev. Frederick G. Gotwald wrote, "The crudeness of these references makes me suspect that Stout uses them in Archie to show their ugliness because he uses them unapologetically.

Many reviewers and critics regard Archie Goodwin as the true protagonist of the Nero Wolfe corpus. Compared to Wolfe, Archie is the man of action, tough and street smart.

His narrative style is breezy and vivid. Previously, foils such as Dr. Watson or Arthur Hastings were employed as confidants and narrators, but none had such a fully developed personality or was such an integral part of the plot as Archie.

He passes the supreme test of being rereadable. I don't know how many times I have reread the Wolfe stories, but plenty.

I know exactly what is coming and how it is all going to end, but it doesn't matter. That's writing. For specific publication history, including original magazine appearances, see entries for individual titles.

Years link to year-in-literature articles. How would you feel if someone wanted to continue the Wolfe series after you laid aside your pen?

I don't know whether vampirism or cannibalism is the better term for it. Not nice. They should roll their own.

After the death of Rex Stout's widow in October , [48] the Stout estate approved the continuation of the Nero Wolfe series.

Goldsborough's approach was faithful to the Rex Stout works, but he added his own touches, including an updated frame of reference Archie now uses a personal computer to file Wolfe's germination records; Wolfe's ancient elevator is finally replaced by a more efficient model; etc.

Goldsborough's first effort, Murder in E Minor , was published in After the publication of Fer-de-Lance in , several Hollywood studios were interested in the movie rights.

Connolly did portray Wolfe in the latter film, after Arnold decided he did not want to become identified in the public mind with one part.

Lionel Stander portrayed Archie Goodwin. Stander was a capable actor but, as Archie, Rex thought he had been miscast. A young Rita Hayworth then Rita Cansino portrays Maria Maringola, who sets the story in motion when she asks for Wolfe's help in finding her missing brother, Carlo.

That's the best explanation of what's wrong with the film", wrote Variety June 16, Stout replied, "I don't know. I suppose so. Nero Wolfe has been portrayed in four radio drama series on five different networks.

Williams starred in its first incarnation April 10 — June 26, on the regional New England Network. Luis Van Rooten succeeded Ortega sometime in Louis Vittes wrote most of the scripts for the minute episodes, basing none of them on Stout's original stories.

Only one episode of the series is in circulation. Francis X. Broadcast July 17 — November 30, , the series was a product of the Don Lee Network , a California affiliate, and may have been broadcast only in that region.

Although 21 episodes were produced, the series finale, "The Case of the Shakespeare Folio", is the only episode that has survived in radio collections.

Produced by Edwin Fadiman and directed by J. Donald Wilson , [78] the show was written by Alfred Bester. The New Adventures of Nero Wolfe was the first radio series that, like the Stout stories themselves, stressed characterization over plot.

The series was produced and directed by actor Ron Hartmann, who spent two years writing the hour-long radio adaptations of Stout's original stories.

The piece was performed along with an Arsene Lupin story and an adaptation of the Sherlock Holmes story " The Final Problem " as part of the troupe's summer mystery series, "Moriarty's Mysteries".

Rex Stout appeared in the December 9, , episode of Omnibus , a cultural anthology series that epitomized the golden age of television.

Dupin and Jack Sydow. On September 15, , Rex Stout wrote a confidential memo to Edwin Fadiman, who represented his radio, film and television interests.

The memo provided detailed character descriptions of Nero Wolfe and Archie Goodwin, and a physical description and diagram of Wolfe's office.

Stout's biographer John McAleer inferred the memo was guidance for the NBC Nero Wolfe radio series that began in October , but in summarizing the memo's unique revelations he remarked, "A TV producer could not have hoped for more specifics.

Guernsey, Jr. The theme music was composed by Alex North. Wohlgang , Eva Seregni Mrs. Becher Mr. The series was to air Mondays at 10 p.

ET beginning in September Everything seemed to point to a sale of the series. A facsimile of the brownstone house in which Wolfe lives in the novels But when the film was made and shown around, it was considered too good to be confined to half an hour.

The four rare pilots on the release were digitally restored in high definition by SabuCat Productions from the best archival film elements available.

Gilroy was signed to write the television script "The Doorbell Rang" and direct the TV movie on the assurance that Welles would star, but by April Welles had bowed out.

Thayer David was cast as Wolfe in the TV movie. William Conrad was cast as Wolfe in the TV series. Rachel Bruner. Written and directed by Frank D.

Gilroy , the made-for-TV movie was produced as a pilot for a possible upcoming series [] —but the film had not yet aired at the time of Thayer David's death in July Although it was titled "Rex Stout's Nero Wolfe", the production departed considerably from the originals.

All 14 episodes were set in contemporary New York City. Independent producer Michael Jaffe 's efforts to secure the rights to the Nero Wolfe stories date back to his earliest days in the business.

In the mids he was working with his father, Henry Jaffe, a successful attorney turned producer, when the Nero Wolfe rights came on the market.

Warner Bros. One of the reasons that I never actually tried to make it as a series was that I didn't believe a network would ever let us make it the right way.

I've known him for years and years. He swore he'd let me make it the right way. High ratings led to the original series, A Nero Wolfe Mystery —

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