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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Case Closed opens with the great Sherlock Holmes this week, with an episode from January 31, 1949, titled, The Adventure Of The Devil’s Foot. After that we hear, The Terrible Deed Of John White Webster, the July 13, 1953 episode of Crime Classics.
This episode of Case Closed opens with The Big Picture from Dragnet. That one was first heard December 7, 1950. After that, we hear Sherlock Holmes in The Duke Of Hollywell, a story that aired in 1949.
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.
We Let George Do It to begin this week’s Case Closed. We’ll hear his story from March 19, 1951 titled, Murder For Two. Then, Sherlock Holmes tells us of The Mad Miners Of Cardiff. That one aired in 1949.
Case Closed begins with Pat Novak For Hire this week. We’ll hear the March 13, 1949 episode, Reuben Callaway’s Pictures. Sherlock Holmes follows with, The Disappearing Scientists, a story which first aired sometime in 1946.
This week on Case Closed, Box 13 starts things off with their episode titled, Dan And The Wonderful Lamp. That one aired March 27, 1949. After that, Sherlock Holmes brings us The Bruce-Partington Plans, an episode from 1948.
On this episode of Case Closed, Broadway Is My Beat opens the show with their story from May 19, 1950 titled, The Jane Arnold Murder Case. After that, Sherlock Holmes brings us A Case Of Identity, an episode from 1948.
The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe starts off the show this week with their episode from October 8, 1949 titled, The Open Window. After that, we hear Sherlock Holmes in, The Devil’s Foot. That story aired in 1949.
On this episode of Case Closed, Dragnet presents its episode from August 16, 1951 titled, The Big Winchester. Then, it’s Sherlock Holmes in an episode from 1936 titled, The Haunted Bagpipes.