On this episode of Case Closed, Broadway Is My Beat opens the show with their story from May 19, 1950 titled, The Jane Arnold Murder Case. After that, Sherlock Holmes brings us A Case Of Identity, an episode from 1948.
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First this week is Broadway Is My Beat with their episode from October 13, 1950 titled, The Helen Carrol Murder Case. After that, Richard Diamond, Private Detective brings us The $50,000 Diamond Heist. That story was originally heard November 12, 1949.
Broadway Is My Beat starts us off this week with The Sherman Gates Murder Case, an episode from December 3, 1949. After that, it’s Alan Ladd in Box 13. We’ll hear Much Too Lucky, which first aired May 1, 1949.
Broadway Is My Beat begins our show this week. We’ll hear The Dion Hartley Murder Case which first aired February 17, 1950. Next is Five Minute Mystery with their episode titled, Rawlings Is Dead. We close with WHItehall 1212, and The Murder Of Charles Brooks from January 6, 1952.
Broadway Is My Beat begins another hour of crime solving. From it we’ll hear The Frank Brisco Murder Case, which originally aired July 10, 1950. Then, it’s License For Murder from Five Minute Mystery. We finish off this show with Richard Diamond, Private Detective and its episode titled, Mr. Victor’s Daughter from January 15, 1950.
This week on Case Closed we begin our hour with I Was A Communist For The FBI. We’ll hear A Suit For The Party, which first aired October 8, 1952. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us the Too-Early Bird. We close with The Ben Elliot Murder Case from Broadway Is My Beat. That episode first aired February 24, 1950.
Another hour of old time radio crime begins this week with The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe. We’ll hear The Dude From Manhattan, which first aired July 2, 1949. Next up is Five Minute Mystery and The Zombie. Broadway Is My Beat closes this show with The John Lomax Murder Case. That one was first broadcast December 31, 1949.