This week on Case Closed, Inspector Thorne is up first with The Society Writer Murder Case, his story from September 27, 1951. Then, Philo Vance tackles The Cipher Murder Case, first heard April 26, 1949.
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Case Closed begins with Rogue’s Gallery this week. From July 14, 1946 we’ll hear Where There’s A Will, There’s A Murder. After that, Inspector Thorne brings us The Two Fiance’s Murder Case. That story aired September 13, 1951.
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Philo Vance opens the show this time with an episode from November 16, 1948 titled, The Heavyweight Murder Case. Next, Five Minute Mystery presents, Hammond Killed. Inspector Thorne closes this episode with a story titled, The Mastermind Murder Case. That one first aired August 24, 1951.
Inspector Thorne kicks off the show this week with, The High Style Murder Case. That one aired August 17, 1951. Then we’ll hear The Return Of Mr. Lawrence from Five Minute Mystery. To close, Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar brings us The Back To The Back Matter, an episode from July 17, 1960.
The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe starts this episode with The Orange Dog from January 22, 1949. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s The Dark Cigarette Murder Case from Inspector Thorne. That episode first aired August 31, 1951.
Philo Vance starts this weeks show with The Argus Murder Case from September 28, 1948. Then it’s a quick Believe It Or Not before we join Inspector Thorne for The Fabulous Divorce Payoff Murder Case, an episode that aired July 20, 1951.
This week we begin with The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe and Where There’s A Will from October 17, 1948. Then after Ripley’s Believe It Or Not, it’s Inspector Thorne and The Defrosted Refrigerator Murder Clue from August 10, 1951.
Frank Sinatra kicks things off this week as Rocky Fortune in The Hepcat Kills The Canary, from November 17, 1953. Then after Ripley’s we’ll hear Inspector Thorne in The Golden Girl Murder Case from August 3, 1951.
This week the show begins with Jack Webb as Pat Novak, For Hire. Rubin Callaway’s Pictures first aired March 13, 1949. Then after Ripley’s it’s The Vacant Lot Murder Case from Inspector Thorne. That episode first aired July 27, 1951.
The show begins this week with Inspector Thorne and The Nickels And Dimes Case from September 6, 1951. Then after Ripley’s it’s Rocky Jordan. From February 20, 1949 we’ll hear Twenty Fathoms Under.