This week on Case Closed, Box 13 starts us off with, Triple Cross, an episode from November 7, 1948. Then, we hear the February 13, 1949, story from Rocky Jordan, Red Stands For Blood.
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This week on Case Closed, we begin with The Race, the July 17, 1949 episode from Rocky Jordan. Then, it’s Murder By Moonlight with none other than Sherlock Holmes. That story first aired in 1945.
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.
This week on Case Closed, Let George Do It starts us off with, The Tears Of Sorrow. That episode aired March 27, 1950. Then, Rocky Jordan tells the story of Desert Betrayal, an episode from May 29, 1949.
Case Closed begins with Rocky Jordan this week. We’ll hear the July 31, 1949 episode titled, Varlachi. After that, Five Minute Mystery presents The Forsythe Case. We close out with 21st Precinct and The Collar, its episode from April 7, 1954.
Rocky Jordan begins the show this week with My Quiet Friend, an episode from April 10, 1949. Five Minute Mystery follows with Chicago To Denver. We close with Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar with its episode titled, The Ring Of Death Matter. That one aired March 12, 1961.
Another hour of crime fighting for you this week, beginning with Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar and an episode from October 14, 1950 titled, The Yankee Pride Matter. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us Spitting Revolver. To close, we’ll hear The Broken Wing from Rocky Jordan. That episode originally aired July 10, 1949.
We begin another hour of old time radio crime with Mr. District Attorney. We’ll hear The Case Of The Blackmail Killer, which first aired December 26, 1952. That’s followed up by Five Minute Mystery with The Masquerade. Our last show this week is The Map Of Murder by Rocky Jordan. That episode first aired July 3, 1949.
This week, Rocky Jordan starts us off with The Big Ditch, an episode from June 19, 1949. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. To close, we’ll hear Pat Novak, For Hire with Death In Herald Square. That one aired November 30, 1947.
The show begins with Rocky Jordan this week, and the second episode of that series titled, Count Me Out. That one first aired November 7, 1948. Then, we Believe It Or Not before The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe presents its episode from January 8, 1949 called The Restless Day.