On this episode of Orson Welles On The Air, we’ll hear an entry from The Black Museum. A Silencer first aired in 1952.
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Stamped For Murder, by The New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, is up first on this episode of Case Closed. That story aired October 20, 1950. Then, The Black Museum tells the tale of, The Faded Tartan Scarf.
This time on Orson Welles On The Air, we hear from The Black Museum. The series first ran from January to December of 1952, this is the 12th episode, titled, The Door Key.
Case Closed begins with Mr. And Mrs. North this week. From it we’ll hear The Contagious Confession, which first aired September 22, 1943. That’s followed by Orson Welles in The Black Museum. From that series we’ll hear the October 14, 1952 episode titled, The Khaki Handkerchief.
This week, The Black Museum starts us off with The Leather Bag, an episode that first aired in 1952. That is followed by Five Minute Mystery and their story titled, Sapphire Theft. We close with Richard Diamond, Private Detective and The Jewel Thief, an episode from February 19, 1950.
We begin with Orson Welles in The Black Museum this week. From that series we’ll hear The Raincoat. Next is Five Minute Mystery with The Scientific Clue. To close out our hour, The Lineup brings us The Hostetter Brothers, an episode from December 21, 1951.
Orson Welles in The Black Museum opens this weeks show. From that series we’ll hear The Notes. Then, Believe It Or Not. Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar closes out this episode with The Harold Trandem Matter. That episode first aired May 9, 1950.
We join Orson Welles in The Black Museum to start the show this week. We’ll hear Four Small Bottles from that series. Then, it’s Your’s Truly, Johnny Dollar with part five of The Alvin Summers Matter from October 28, 1955, and part one of The Duke Red Matter, which first aired January 23, 1956 (begins at 26:37).
Richard Diamond, Private Detective opens the show this week with The John Blackwell Case from December 17, 1949. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s The Black Museum and Meat Juice, which first aired sometime in 1952 (begins at 30:44).
Crime Classics starts us off this week with an episode from April 14, 1954 titled James Evans, Fireman. Then, after Believe It Or Not, it’s Orson Welles in The Black Museum with The Claw Hammer. That one aired some time in 1952 (begins at 31:48).