This week on Case Closed, we begin with The Helen Selby Murder Case from Broadway Is My Beat. That episode originally aired January 31, 1953. Then, Crime Classics tells us of Old Six-Toes, a story first heard March 17, 1954.
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The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe opens this week’s Case Closed. We’ll hear The Angry Eagle, his story from April 18, 1950. After that, it’s Crime Classics and The Alsop Family; How It Diminished And Grew Again, from August 24, 1953.
This week on Case Closed, The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe gets things started with The Hairpin Turn, his story from January 28, 1950. Then, Crime Classics brings us Jean-Baptiste Troppman; Killer Of Many. That episode aired February 17, 1954.
Case Closed opens with the great Sherlock Holmes this week, with an episode from January 31, 1949, titled, The Adventure Of The Devil’s Foot. After that we hear, The Terrible Deed Of John White Webster, the July 13, 1953 episode of Crime Classics.
Case Closed begins with Stand By For Crime this time. We’ll hear The Gladstone Murder Case, which aired in 1953. After that, Crime Classics brings us The Crime Of Bathsheba Spooner, its episode from June 15, 1953.
This week on Case Closed, The New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe kicks things off with a story from December 8, 1950 titled, The Impolite Corpse. After that, Crime Classics brings us its January 6, 1954 episode titled, The Younger Brothers: Why Some Of Them Grew No Older.
This week on Case Closed, Murder By Experts starts us off with Two Can Die As Cheaply As One, their episode from April 17, 1950. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us Rocky Marino Evidence. Last is Crime Classics with their episode from April 28, 1954 titled, Widow McGee And The Three Gypsies.