This time on Case Closed, Richard Diamond, Private Detective starts us off with his story from March 14, 1952, titled, The Dixon Case. That’s followed by No Way Out from Let George Do It. That episode was first heard October 1, 1951.
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Richard Diamond, Private Detective opens this week’s Case Closed with his story, The George Lexington Murder Case. That episode was first broadcast September 13, 1950. Then, Sherlock Holmes brings us The Murder In Wax, first heard in 1946.
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.
This week our hour of crime begins with The Lineup and Cigar Box Bandit from February 15, 1951. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Richard Diamond Private Investigator and The Missing Negative. That one aired March 26, 1950.[audio:http://archive.org/download/CaseClosed1/CaseClosed168.mp3]
This week the show begins with Richard Diamond, Private Investigator and The Harry Baker Case from September 3, 1949. Then after a quick Believe It Or Not, we hear from Results Incorporated. From December 16, 1944 we’ll hear The Last Of The Bloody Gillettes.[audio:http://archive.org/download/CaseClosed1/CaseClosed162.mp3]
Case Closed begins this week with Dick Powell as Richard Diamond, Private Detective. From October 15, 1949 we’ll hear The Bogus Bills Case. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Bulldog Drummond and The Case Of The Fatal Fight. That episode first aired October 14, 1946.[audio:http://archive.org/download/CaseClosedA/CaseClosed129.mp3]
This week our tales of crime begin with Broadway Is My Beat and The Andrew Jenkins Case from March 6, 1949. Then after Ripley’s it’s Dick Powell as Richard Diamond, Private Detective in The Ralph Chase Case from May 15, 1949.[audio:http://archive.org/download/CaseClosedA/CaseClosed123.mp3]