Mr. District Attorney starts off this week’s Case Closed with, The Case Of The Country Club Murder, a story first heard June 21, 1953. Then, The Saint takes us to The Carnival on his episode from February 4, 1951.
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Case Closed opens this week with The Eve Hunter Murder Case. This episode from Broadway Is My Beat first aired March 8, 1952. Then, The Saint tells the story of The Chiseling Chimpanzee, his episode from December 10, 1950.
Matinee Theater is up first on this week’s Relic Radio Show. We’ll hear the March 18, 1945 episode titled, The Pirate Of Orleans. That’s followed by Unfacts from Believe It Or Not. We close with The Saint, and the January 8, 1950 story, The Cake That Killed.
On this episode of Case Closed, we begin with Alan Ladd in Box 13. We’ll hear the May 15, 1949 episode titled, Daytime Nightmare. Next is Vincent Price as The Saint. From that series we’ll hear It’s Snow Use, an episode from October 29, 1950.
The Zero Hour begins the show this week with their episode titled, A Favor You Can’t Refuse. That one aired May 31, 1974. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of The Queen With A Short Memory. The Saint closes out today’s program with his episode titled, The What-Not What Got Hot. That episode first aired March 4, 1951.
First this week we check in with Box 13 for an episode from February 27, 1949 titled Hare And Hounds. Then we’re off to Believe It Or Not to learn of the Canadian Joan Of Arc. We finish this week with The Saint, and Murder Of A Champion from April 30, 1950 (begins at 28:52).[audio:http://www.archive.org/download/RRShow3/RelicRadio243.mp3]
This week’s show is a bit cobbled together but here nonetheless. First it’s The Man Called X and The Pickled Chemist from March 14, 1948. Believe It Or Not brings us Misplaced Building, then it’s Vincent Price in The Saint. We’ll hear Dossier On A Damsel from August 13, 1950.[audio:http://www.archive.org/download/RRShow2/RelicRadio213.mp3]