This week on Case Closed, Stand By For Crime brings us their story from 1953 titled, Displaced Into Danger. Then, The Saint shares his story from July 16, 1950, Follow The Leader.
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Stand By For Crime is up first on this week’s Case Closed. We’ll hear their story from 1953 titled, Death On The Tracks. Ellery Queen follows with his story, The Adventure Of Dead Man’s Cavern. That episode aired April 15, 1944.
Case Closed opens with The Casebook Of Gregory Hood this week. We’ll hear, The Derringer Society, his story from July 8, 1946. Then, Stand By For Crime presents its episode titled, The Light. That one aired sometime in 1953.
Stand By For Crime is up first this week on Case Closed. From it we’ll hear, Prisoners Of The Revolution from 1953. Then, Death Paints With Purple on Mystery Is My Hobby. That story first aired September 24, 1947.
Case Closed begins with Stand By For Crime this time. We’ll hear The Gladstone Murder Case, which aired in 1953. After that, Crime Classics brings us The Crime Of Bathsheba Spooner, its episode from June 15, 1953.
We begin with Stand By For Crime this week, and their episode titled, A Spy Ring In June, which aired sometime in 1953. Following that, 21st Precinct presents The Communication. That episode first aired April 13, 1955.
First this week is Stand By For Crime with their episode titled, Subversive Activities. Then, Five Minute Mystery tells the story of a Murder In Cairo. To close, The Man From Homicide brings us Old Man Kelso, an episode that first aired July 16, 1951.