This time on Case Closed, The FBI In Peace And War begin the show with their episode from June 1, 1955, titled, Gray Matter. Richard Diamond, Private Detective follows with The House Of Mystery Case, his story from December 10, 1949.
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The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe is up first on this episode of Case Closed. We’ll hear, The Pigeons Blood, his story from June 11, 1949. Then, Richard Diamond, Private Detective brings us The Jean Cooper Murder Case, his episode from August 20, 1949.
This time on Case Closed, Richard Diamond, Private Detective starts us off with, The Ruby Idol Case. That episode was first broadcast December 13, 1949. Then, Philo Vance brings us, The Oxford Murder Case, his episode from September 6, 1949.
This time on Case Closed, Richard Diamond, Private Detective opens the show with The Elaine Tanner Case, his story from February 12, 1950. After that, it’s The Crime Club and their episode from July 10, 1947, Coney Island Nocturne.
Richard Diamond, Private Detective opens this week’s show with its case from June 28, 1950, Mary Billman Killed. That’s followed with That Hammer Guy and, A Peppery Adventure, his story from April 21, 1953.
This week on Case Closed, The Silent Men start things off with the episode from November 25, 1951, The Roping Of Joe Landis. After that, Richard Diamond, Private Detective shares his story titled, The Pete Rocco Case. That one was first heard October 4, 1950.
Rocky Jordan brings us Gold Fever to start Case Closed off this time. That episode first aired August 7, 1949. Next up is Richard Diamond Private Detective with The Bald Head Case, a story from September 20, 1950.
We begin with Richard Diamond, Private Detective this week. We’ll hear, Martin White Sees Dead Men, an episode from January 22, 1950. After that, Broadway Is My Beat brings us the January 21, 1951 episode titled, The Joan Gale Murder Case.
On Case Closed this week, Night Beat opens the show with their episode from September 4, 1950 titled, Old Home Week. After that, Richard Diamond, Private Detective shares The Louis Spence Case, which first aired March 5, 1950.
First this week is Broadway Is My Beat with their episode from October 13, 1950 titled, The Helen Carrol Murder Case. After that, Richard Diamond, Private Detective brings us The $50,000 Diamond Heist. That story was originally heard November 12, 1949.