This time on Case Closed, The FBI In Peace And War begin the show with their episode from June 1, 1955, titled, Gray Matter. Richard Diamond, Private Detective follows with The House Of Mystery Case, his story from December 10, 1949.
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This time on Case Closed, Mr. Moto stops in with his June 17, 1951, broadcast, The Mask Of Evil. Then, we’ll hear from The FBI In Peace And War with, Hot Ice. That episode first aired March 9, 1955.
This week, the Academy Award Theater starts us off with their episode from October 30, 1946 titled, Suspicion. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of a Great Talent. We close this week with The FBI In Peace And War and their episode titled, The Smoke Ring. That episode was first heard October 20, 1954.
Our hour of mystery begins with Let George Do It and an episode from April 14, 1952 titled, The Forgotten Murder. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us Murder At The Mountain Lodge. We close with Specialty Act, an episode from FBI In Peace And War which first aired February 23, 1955.
The FBI In Peace And War starts things off this week with The Good Boy, their episode from November 17, 1954. Then, after Believe It Or Not, it’s a series we’ve not heard on the show before titled, The Fat Man. We’ll hear The Black Angel, which first aired July 8, 1946.
Broadway Is My Beat presents The Paul Thomas Murder Case from July 28, 1949 to start off this show. Next up as usual is Believe It Or Not. FBI In Peace And War closes our show today with an episode titled Ladies In Lace (begins at 31:23). That episode aired January 20, 1957.
Jack Webb as Jeff Regan, Investigator starts things off this week with an episode from October 9, 1948 titled The Too Many Mrs. Rogers. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s the FBI In Peace And War with The Crack-Up. That episode aired September 14, 1950.
This week we’ll begin with I Was A Communist For The FBI and Against The Middle from February 11, 1953. Then after you Believe It Or Not, we’ll hear from The FBI In Peace And War. Dumb Luck first aired September 22, 1957.