This week on Case Closed, Rogue’s Gallery is up first with its story from October 4, 1945, Blondes Prefer Gentlemen. After that, Sherlock Holmes cracks the case of The Harley Street Murders, which first aired in 1947.
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Rogue’s Gallery is up first on this week’s Case Closed. From it we’ll hear, Fortune In Furs, which first aired December 20, 1945. Then, Night Beat tells us of the Lost Souls, it’s episode from November 16, 1951.
Rogue’s Gallery is up first on Case Closed this time. From its June 23, 1946 broadcast, here is The Star Of Savoy. Next is Mr. Keen, Tracer Of Lost Persons with his episode titled, The Case Of Murder In The Air. That one aired February 24, 1944.
Broadway Is My Beat is up first this week with, The Steve Courtney Murder Case, first heard June 23, 1950. After that, Rogue’s Gallery brings us The Triangle Murder Case. That one aired February 21, 1946.
Rogue’s Gallery starts the show off this week with its November 8, 1945 episode titled, Little Drops Of Rain. After that, Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar brings us Out Of The Frying Pan, Into The Fire, its episode from August 21, 1949.
Case Closed begins with Rogue’s Gallery this week. From July 14, 1946 we’ll hear Where There’s A Will, There’s A Murder. After that, Inspector Thorne brings us The Two Fiance’s Murder Case. That story aired September 13, 1951.
Next week: Jeff Regan, and Casey, Crime Photographer
We begin with This Is Your FBI and their episode from November 30, 1945 titled, The Big Breakout. Next is Five Minute Mystery with Prize Diamond Stolen. Rogue’s Gallery ends this episode with their story titled, Snowbound. That one aired May 9, 1946.