This week on Case Closed, Pete Kelly’s Blues starts us off with the September 19, 1951 episode titled, The Dutchman. After that, Boston Blackie brings us The Stolen Rare Book. That story first aired September 3, 1946.
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The Secrets Of Scotland Yard is up first this week. From it, we’ll hear The Kindly Doctor, which first aired in 1953. Then, Boston Blackie brings us Sam Bellows Is Dead, an episode from June 18, 1945.
First this week is The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe with an early episode titled, The King In Yellow. That one aired July 8, 1947. Next is Five Minute Mystery with Fisherman’s Clue. We close with Boston Blackie and an episode from April 9, 1946 titled, Murder On Cedar Street.
On this episode of Case Closed we begin with The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe with The Promise To Pay. That one was first heard May 14, 1949. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us Blood On My Hands. We close with The Escaped Prisoner from Boston Blackie, which first aired May 28, 1946.
Rogue’s Gallery kicks the show off this week with its episode from December 13, 1945 titled, Blood On The Sand. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us The Weapon. To close, we’ll hear The Case Of The Three-Way Split from Boston Blackie. That episode aired July 23, 1945.
Boston Blackie brings us Oscar Wolfe, Troublemaker to start things off this week. It aired June 11, 1945. Then, after Believe It Or Not, it’s Night Watch. We’ll hear about an “unknown trouble call,” and a burglary call on that episode from December 8, 1954.
Night Beat starts us off this week with I Know Your Secret, an episode from April 10, 1950. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Boston Blackie with Uncle Bill Blaine’s Legacy, which first aired May 16, 1945.[audio:http://archive.org/download/ccs04/CaseClosed268.mp3]