First this week, The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe with, The Hiding Place. That story first aired May 9, 1950. After that, Murder By Experts brings us, It’s Luck That Counts, their episode from August 29, 1949.
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Philo Vance is first on this week’s Case Closed with his story titled, The Tick-Tock Murder Case from August 2, 1949. Next is Murder By Experts with their episode from May 22, 1950 called, Three’s A Crowd.
This week on Case Closed, Murder By Experts starts us off with Two Can Die As Cheaply As One, their episode from April 17, 1950. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us Rocky Marino Evidence. Last is Crime Classics with their episode from April 28, 1954 titled, Widow McGee And The Three Gypsies.
This week, Mr. And Mrs. North begin the show with The Mistaken Countess, an episode from February 2, 1944. Then Five Minute Mystery presents Broken Wheel. We finish off with Murder By Experts and their story from September 12, 1949 titled, I Dreamt I Died.
We begin this week with Calling All Cars, and Dr. Nitro from January 27, 1935. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Murder By Experts and Conspiracy. That episode first aired April 24, 1950.
Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar opens our show this week with The Hannibal Murphy Matter, an episode from November 3, 1951. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. To close, Murder By Experts brings us The Case Of The Missing Mind, which first aired December 26, 1949.
Our hour of crime begins this week with Murder By Experts, an episode from August 15, 1949 titled Dig Your Own Grave. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Sherlock Holmes with Queue For Murder from 1947 (begins at 31:37).[audio:http://archive.org/download/CaseClosed3/CaseClosed249.mp3]