This week on Case Closed, Dragnet gets things going with The Big Shot, its episode from September 21, 1952. Then, Nick Carter, Master Detective shares its April 15, 1944 broadcast, A Cat Brings Death.
Dragnet opens the show this week with their August 9, 1951 story, The Big Screen. After that, Nick Carter, Master Detective brings us, The Case Of The Talking Tree, his case from September 9, 1945.
This episode of Case Closed opens with The Big Picture from Dragnet. That one was first heard December 7, 1950. After that, we hear Sherlock Holmes in The Duke Of Hollywell, a story that aired in 1949.
This week on Case Closed, we begin with The Hope Anderson Murder Case from Broadway Is My Beat. That one originally aired March 31, 1950. Then it’s The Big Imposter from Dragnet, which first aired June 7, 1951.
This week on Case Closed, we begin with Bobby Sox Bandits, an episode from This Is Your FBI which first aired November 23, 1945. After that, it’s The Big Boys, the March 16, 1950 episode of Dragnet.
This week on Case Closed, Dragnet presents its August 10, 1950 episode titled, The Big Actor. After that, Philo Vance investigates The Butler Murder Case. That story originally aired February 15, 1949.
On this episode of Case Closed, Dragnet presents its episode from August 16, 1951 titled, The Big Winchester. Then, it’s Sherlock Holmes in an episode from 1936 titled, The Haunted Bagpipes.
On this episode we begin with Jack Webb in Dragnet. We’ll hear The Big Dare, their episode from August 3, 1950. Next, Five Minute Mystery presents, Jules Buck Murder. We close with a visit to The Crime Club for their tale titled, The Sun Is A Witness. That one first aired April 3, 1947.
This week, Jeff Regan, Investigator starts off the show with No Sad Clowns For Me. That story aired June 25, 1950. Five Minute Mystery is next with Clue In The Hand. We close with Dragnet, and its episode from June 1, 1950 titled, The Big Fake.
Dragnet begins our show this week with The Big Escape, which first aired January 5, 1950. After Believe It Or Not, we hear from That Strong Guy, and an episode from 1955 titled Bottle Of Death.