The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe opens this week’s Case Closed. From it we’ll hear the September 10, 1949 story, The Rustin Hickory. Then, it’s The Case Of Arthur Freeman from WHItehall-1212. That story aired February 10, 1952.
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This week on Case Closed, Dragnet is up first with its October 11, 1951 story, The Big Shoplift. Then, The Line-Up brings us The Syncopic Sweazy Sweat-Out, its episode from July 5, 1951.
Crime Classics opens this week’s episode of Case Closed. We hear the March 10, 1954 story, The Tiger And Brad Ferguson. After that, It’s A Crime, Mr. Collins brings us The Chrome-Yellow Death, their episode from April 15, 1957.
This week on Case Closed, we begin with Night Beat and its story from July 17, 1950, Molly Keller. After that, Broadway Is My Beat comes in with The Lou Martin Murder Case, a story originally heard November 20, 1953.
Sherlock Holmes opens this week’s Case Closed with his story from 1949 titled, The Adventure Of The Red Death. Then, Boston Blackie brings us, Old 86 Is Missing. That episode was first heard September 24, 1947.
Mr. And Mrs. North are up first on this week’s Case Closed. We’ll hear their story from December 15, 1953, Too Late To Die. Then, it’s Sam And Psyche, from The Adventures Of Sam Spade. That episode originally aired August 2, 1946.
This week on Case Closed, Mr. Keen Tracer Of Lost Persons opens the show with its episode from June 15, 1950, The Skull And Crossbones Murder Case. After that, we’ll hear Latin Type, from Rogue’s Gallery. That story originally aired May 23, 1946.