This time on Case Closed, The Crime Club starts things off with their broadcast from April 24, 1947, The Topaz Flower. Then, we’ll hear The Lois Conrad Murder Case, a story from Broadway Is My Beat that aired April 12, 1952.
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This week on Case Closed, Box 13 brings us its June 12, 1949, story, The Dead Man Walks. Then, it’s The Crime Club, with their episode A Pitch In Time. That one first aired August 7, 1947.
Philo Vance opens this week’s Case Closed with The Motor Murder Case, his episode from June 28, 1949. After that, The Crime Club tells the story, Epitaph For Lydia. That one first aired May 1, 1947.
Broadway Is My Beat is up first on this week’s Case Closed. We’ll hear, The Dr. Robbie McClure Murder Case, a story from August 4, 1949. After that, The Crime Club brings us their story from July 4, 1947, titled, Sometimes A Sucker Wins.
Sherlock Holmes is up first on this episode of Case Closed. We’ll hear the story of The Headless Monk, which first aired in 1946. Then, The Crime Club shares its May 22, 1947, story, Murder On Margin.
Case Closed begins with The Crime Club this time. We’ll hear Death Swims At Midnight, their story from August 28, 1947. This Is Your FBI follows with, The Jolly Widow. That episode was first heard August 22, 1952.
This time on Case Closed, Richard Diamond, Private Detective opens the show with The Elaine Tanner Case, his story from February 12, 1950. After that, it’s The Crime Club and their episode from July 10, 1947, Coney Island Nocturne.