This week on Case Closed, Broadway Is My Beat brings us its November 12, 1949 episode, The Gordon Ellis Murder Case. Then, 21st Precinct tells us of The Cure. Its broadcast from February 24, 1954.
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This week on Case Closed, we hear first from Nick Carter, Master Detective with his episode from August 12, 1945, The Case Of The Sick Statue. 21st Precinct follows with The Visitors, first heard January 20, 1954.
Mr. District Attorney starts us off this week with an episode titled, Death By Adoption, which first aired December 12, 1952. We close with 21st Precinct, and the November 4, 1955 episode titled, The Special Orders.
We begin with Stand By For Crime this week, and their episode titled, A Spy Ring In June, which aired sometime in 1953. Following that, 21st Precinct presents The Communication. That episode first aired April 13, 1955.
Case Closed begins with Rocky Jordan this week. We’ll hear the July 31, 1949 episode titled, Varlachi. After that, Five Minute Mystery presents The Forsythe Case. We close out with 21st Precinct and The Collar, its episode from April 7, 1954.
Vincent Price is The Saint in our first mystery this week. We’ll hear The Saint Goes Underground, which first aired July 31, 1949. Then, Five Minute Mystery asks us to Tune Into Murder. We close with 21st Precinct and their episode from August 11, 1953 titled, Post Number Seven.
Our hour begins with Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar and its episode titled, The Wrong Idea Matter from April 15, 1962. Next, Five Minute Mystery brings us The Man From Nowhere. To close, 21st Precinct tells the tale of The Mainliner. That one first aired August 18, 1953.
This hour of old time radio begins with Stand By For Crime with The Sniper, an episode from 1953. Then Five Minute Mystery gives us Collectors Item. We’ll close out today with 21st Precinct and The Sprinter. That episode aired June 16, 1954.
We’ll begin this week with a request by David, who wanted hear the 21st Precinct episode teased on last weeks Suspense. It’s titled The Shotgun, and first aired July 14, 1954. Then we’ll hear a 5 Minute Mystery titled My Pal Patsy.
The Suspense Replay continues with Telling, which first aired July 20, 1954.
The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe brings us The Strangle Hold to begin with this week. That one aired October 15, 1949. Then, after Believe It Or Not, it’s 21st Precinct and The Book, which aired June 9, 1954 (begins at 31:48).