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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This week on Case Closed, Broadway Is My Beat is up first with The Joan Fuller Murder Case, their episode from November 17, 1950. Philo Vance follows with his case from August 23, 1949 titled, The Blue Penny Murder Case.
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, Dragnet presents its August 10, 1950 episode titled, The Big Actor. After that, Philo Vance investigates The Butler Murder Case. That story originally aired February 15, 1949.
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.
Philo Vance starts the show this week with The Left Handed Murder Case, an episode from January 10, 1950. Five Minute Mystery follows with Alibi In Red. We close with WHItehall 1212, and their episode from August 3, 1952 titled, The Murder Of Nora Brady.
This week, we’ll begin by solving The Cover Girl Murder Case with Philo Vance in that episode from October 12, 1948. Then we Believe It Or Not. The final half hour belongs to Dragnet, and The Big Revolt. That episode first aired June 21, 1953.
Philo Vance brings us The Star Studded Murder Case to open the show this week. That one aired December 7, 1948. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Calling All Cars and an episode from July 23, 1936 titled Corpse In The Shack (begins at 28:43).
Philo Vance brings us The Sterling Murder Case to begin this week. That episode first aired January 312, 1950. Then after Believe It Or Not, we’ll hear from This Is Your FBI with The House On 92nd Street, which first aired October 12, 1945.
This week, we hear first from The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe with The Gold Cobra from June 21, 1950. Then, after Believe It Or Not, it’s Philo Vance with an episode from August 24, 1948 titled The Poetic Murder Case (begins at 31:43).