This week’s episode of Case Closed begins with The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe and his story from September 8, 1951, The Medium Was Rare. Crime Club follows that with its December 2, 1946, episode, Death Blew Out The Match.
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On this week’s Case Closed, Mr. District Attorney starts us off with his story from November 9, 1952, The Case Of The Desert Killer. After that, Crime Club brings us A Deed Indeed, their story from August 21, 1947.
This week’s hour of Case Closed begins with a visit to The Crime Club for their story, Murder Rents A Room. That episode aired June 5, 1947. Sherlock Holmes follows that with an episode from 1954 titled, The Norwood Builder.
This week on Case Closed, we begin with The Markham Matter from Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar, an episode that was first heard November 18, 1956. Then, The Crime Club shares its story from March 27, 1947, Silent Witnesses.
This week on Case Closed, The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe is up first with his story, The Final Payment. That episode aired September 15, 1950. Then, Crime Club shares the story of The Self-Made Corpse, their broadcast from July 31, 1947.
This week on Case Closed, we begin with The Allen Saxton Matter, an episode from Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar that originally aired October 20, 1953. That’s followed by Crime Club, and their story from July 2, 1947, titled, Death At 7:10.
This week on Case Closed, Dragnet is up first with, The Big False Move. That story aired May 17, 1953. Then, it’s Sentence Of Death, from The Crime Club. That episode originally aired October 9, 1947.