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.
This week, we’ll begin by solving The Cover Girl Murder Case with Philo Vance in that episode from October 12, 1948. Then we Believe It Or Not. The final half hour belongs to Dragnet, and The Big Revolt. That episode first aired June 21, 1953.
The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe starts us off this week with The Lonesome Reunion, an episode from February 12, 1949. After we Believe It Or Not, it’s Dragnet with The Big Key. That episode first aired May 25, 1950 (begins at 30:28).
Dragnet brings us The Big Make for our first show this week. That episode aired September 14, 1950. Then, after our usual Believe It Or Not, it’s The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe and The Dancing Hands, which first aired March 19, 1949 (begins 30:40).
The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe brings us The Easy Mark for our first show. This one aired January 29, 1949. After Believe It Or Not, we’ll hear The Big Grab from Dragnet, which first aired June 29, 1950 (begins at 30:47).
Richard Diamond, Private Detective starts things off with The Enigma Of Big Ed from April 4, 1952. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. Dragnet closes this episode with Red Light Bandit, which first aired July 14, 1949 (starts at ).
This week we hear first from Pat Novak, For Hire and The Mysterious Set Of Books from August 10, 1947. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Jack Webb in Dragnet and The Big Watch from April 13, 1950.
This week we begin with Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator and Song Of Death from December 26, 1951. Then after Ripley’s it’s Dragnet with Max Tyler, Escaped Convict from January 5, 1950.
We’ll start off this week with the Casebook Of Gregory Hood and Gregory Hood, Suspect from September 30, 1946. Then after Ripley’s it’s Dragnet and The Big Grifter from February 23, 1950.
This week the show begins with Jack Webb in Dragnet. From July 13, 1950 we’ll hear The Big Bomb. Then after Ripley’s, it’s The Adventures Of Sam Spade and The SQP Caper from November 7, 1948.