This week’s Case Closed opens with The Golden Lizard from Let George Do It. That story first aired July 24, 1950. Then, Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator brings us a Confession Of Murder, a broadcast from May 5, 1955.
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This time on Case Closed, The New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe is up first with a story from March 16, 1951, titled, Midnight Ride. Then, it’s One Of These Four, a story from Box 13 that aired May 8, 1949.
The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe starts off this week’s Case Closed with its story, The Torch Carriers. That one aired January 7, 1950. Then, The Black Museum brings us its April 29, 1953, episode, Glass Shards.
Nick Carter, Master Detective opens this week’s Case Closed with its story, Nine Hours To Live. That one first aired January 15, 1944. Then, the Secrets Of Scotland Yard tells us of The Man About Town, their broadcast from September 28, 1953.
Broadway Is My Beat is up first on this week’s Case Closed. We’ll hear, The Dr. Robbie McClure Murder Case, a story from August 4, 1949. After that, The Crime Club brings us their story from July 4, 1947, titled, Sometimes A Sucker Wins.
Case Closed begins with Sherlock Holmes this week. We’ll hear The Scarlet Worm, from 1947. Then, Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar brings us, The Mickey McQueen Matter, his case from August 17, 1950.
This week on Case Closed, we open with Pat Novak For Hire. This episode is titled Wendy Morris, and first aired April 30, 1949. Then, Dragnet brings us The Big Listen, an episode from January 5, 1954.
Case Closed begins with Mr. District Attorney this week. From that series we’ll hear, The Case Of The Living Dead Man, from July 26, 1953. Then, Bulldog Drummond brings us Death In The Deep, his case from June 16, 1948.
The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe is up first on this episode of Case Closed. We’ll hear, The Pigeons Blood, his story from June 11, 1949. Then, Richard Diamond, Private Detective brings us The Jean Cooper Murder Case, his episode from August 20, 1949.
We begin with Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar on this week’s Case Closed. We’ll hear his September 15, 1957, story, The JPD Matter. After that, it’s This Is Your FBI with, Crime In The Roaring 20’s, their broadcast from January 4, 1946.