This week on Case Closed, we begin with The Johnny Clark Murder Case from Broadway Is My Beat. That story originally aired November 29, 1952. After that, Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar brings us The Peerless Fire Matter, his story from May 5, 1957.
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Nick Carter, Master Detective begins this episode of Case Closed with his story, The Echo Of Death. That one was first broadcast July 6, 1943. After that, Broadway Is My Beat brings us its story from March 17, 1950, The Charles And Jane Kimball Murder Case.
Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar opens this week’s Case Closed with its story from January 17, 1960, The Evaporated Clue Matter. Broadway Is My Beat follows with Wanted For Murder, their episode from April 18, 1953.
Let George Do It opens Case Closed this week with its story, The Woman In Black. That episode originally aired October 29, 1951. After that, Broadway Is My Beat shares its episode from February 21, 1953, titled, The Joe Turner Murder Case.
This week on Case Closed, Broadway Is My Beat shares its episode from July 11, 1953, The Harry Brian Murder Case. This Is Your FBI follows that with Lady Of Larceny, their broadcast from August 9, 1946.
Broadway Is My Beat opens up this week’s episode of Case Closed with, The David Blaine Murder Case. That story aired July 22, 1951. Then, Michael Shayne, Private Detective bring us The Newton Murder Case, a story first heard April 2, 1945.
This week on Case Closed, we begin with Night Beat and its story from July 17, 1950, Molly Keller. After that, Broadway Is My Beat comes in with The Lou Martin Murder Case, a story originally heard November 20, 1953.