This week’s Case Closed begins with a story from The Private Files Of Rex Saunders titled, Hidden Thoughts In A Feminine Mind…Concerned With Murder. That amazingly long titled story originally aired July 4, 1951. The Line-Up follows with its December 12, 1952 episode, The Gasoline Bandit Case.
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This week on Case Closed, Dragnet is up first with its October 11, 1951 story, The Big Shoplift. Then, The Line-Up brings us The Syncopic Sweazy Sweat-Out, its episode from July 5, 1951.
This week’s hour of radio crime begins with Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar, and his story titled, The Cuban Jewel Matter. That one first aired September 19, 1951. After that, we join The Line-Up for its September 10, 1951 episode titled, The Jane Doe Case.
The Line-Up opens this episode of Case Closed. We’ll hear their episode from March 25, 1952, titled, The Bakery Bandit’s Bad Blooper. Jeff Regan, Investigator follows with The Prodigal Daughter. That story was first heard July 17, 1948.
Case Closed opens with Richard Diamond, Private Detective this week. From that series we’ll hear, The Simpson Case, which first aired January 18, 1952. Then, it’s The Line-Up with, The Topaz Earring Case from November 23, 1950.
The Line Up starts the show off this week with Missing Girl Kidnapped, which first aired October 1, 1952. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. We close out today with Secrets Of Scotland Yard, and The Great Gold Robbery.
The Line Up starts the show off this week with One Dead Husband, an episode from June 10, 1952. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Broadway Is My Beat and The Julie Dixon Murder Case. That episode first aired May 22, 1949 (begins at 26:00).[audio:http://archive.org/download/ccs04/CaseClosed262.mp3]