Jeff Regan, Investigator starts off this week’s Case Closed with his case from September 11, 1948, The Story Of Cain And Able And The Santa Maria. That’s followed by The Tennant Jewels Stolen, a story from Stand By For Crime that aired sometime in 1953.
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Jeff Regan, Investigator is up first on this week’s Case Closed. Here’s his story from November 27, 1948, The Man Who Fought Back. Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar follows that with The Slow Boat From China, his episode from February 25, 1949.
This week on Case Closed, Let George Do It starts us off with his story Operation Europa, from April 28, 1952. Then, we’ll hear The Diamond Quartet, the August 14, 1948, episode from Jeff Regan, Investigator.
We begin this week’s episode of Case Closed with The Adventures Of Ellery Queen and his story, The Adventure Of The Message In Red. That one aired November 7, 1945. Jeff Regan, Investigator follows with his case from August 28, 1948, The Man In The Door.
Richard Diamond, Private Detective starts off this week’s Case Closed with, The Kidnapped Policeman. That one originally aired October 18, 1950. Then, it’s A Fire For Romano, from Jeff Regan, Investigator. That story was broadcast July 30, 1950.
A double dose of Jack Webb on this week’s episode of Case Closed. We begin with The Lady With No Name, from Jeff Regan, Investigator. That story aired September 25, 1948. Then, it’s The Big 38, the October 5, 1950, episode from Dragnet.
This week on Case Closed, Jeff Regan, Investigator starts us off with, The House By The Sea, his story from September 4, 1948. Then, Crime Does Not Pay shares its December 5, 1950, episode titled, Two Gun Annie.