This week’s Case Closed opens with The Double Identity Matter, the October 25, 1959, story from Yours Truly Johnny Dollar. After that, Let George Do It shares his story from April 10, 1950, Portrait By Priscilla.
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Case Closed begins with Sherlock Holmes this week, with The Case Of The Lucky Shilling, his story from January 18, 1948. Let George Do It follows that with his episode from April 2, 1951, The Eight Ball.
Let George Do It opens this week’s episode of Case Closed. We’ll hear his story from September 6, 1948, The Impatient Redhead. Then, Richard Diamond, Private Detective shares The Rifle Case, his story from June 28, 1953.
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.
Let George Do It is up first on this week’s Case Closed. Here’s his story from October 25, 1948, The Seven Dead Years. After that, Sherlock Holmes shares The Island Of Death, an episode that originally aired April 28, 1947.
Let George Do It opens Case Closed this week with its story, The Woman In Black. That episode originally aired October 29, 1951. After that, Broadway Is My Beat shares its episode from February 21, 1953, titled, The Joe Turner Murder Case.
This time on Case Closed, we begin with an episode from Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator that aired February 16, 1955, titled, The Moving Target. Then, it’s Once A Crook, a story from Let George Do It that originally aired September 22, 1952.