This week on Case Closed, we begin with Richard Diamond, Private Detective and his case from March 23, 1951, Little Chiva. That’s followed by The White Carnation from The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe. That story was originally broadcast September 22, 1950.
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We begin this week’s episode of Case Closed with The Adventures Of Ellery Queen and his story, The Adventure Of The Message In Red. That one aired November 7, 1945. Jeff Regan, Investigator follows with his case from August 28, 1948, The Man In The Door.
We begin this week’s Case Closed with The Case Of The Supersonic Safecrackers, the December 6, 1947, episode from Gang Busters. That’s followed by It’s A Crime Mr. Collins, with their story from March 25, 1957, The Green Stop Light.
Case Closed begins with The New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe this week. We hear his story from April 20, 1951, The Case Of The Lost Heir. Then, Inspector Thorne presents The Vacant Lot Murder Case from July 27, 1951.
This week’s Case Closed begins with Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator with his story, Blood Money. That episode aired on August 24, 1954. 21st Precinct follows that with their broadcast from July 7, 1953, The Nolen Brothers.
This week’s hour of Case Closed begins with a visit to The Crime Club for their story, Murder Rents A Room. That episode aired June 5, 1947. Sherlock Holmes follows that with an episode from 1954 titled, The Norwood Builder.
This week on Case Closed, we begin with The Big Scoop Matter from Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar. That episode aired November 11, 1956. After that, we hear from Richard Diamond, Private Detective and his story The White Cow Case, a broadcast originally heard January 11, 1952.