This week on Case Closed, Sherlock Holmes opens the show with The Ancient Queen, a story from 1948. Then, The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe brings us The Vital Statistic, his case from March 14, 1950.
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Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar is up first on this week’s Case Closed. We hear his December 9, 1956, story titled, The Burning Car Matter. Then, Dragnet comes in with A Mad Killer At Large, their story from August 11, 1949.
This time on Case Closed, The FBI In Peace And War begin the show with their episode from June 1, 1955, titled, Gray Matter. Richard Diamond, Private Detective follows with The House Of Mystery Case, his story from December 10, 1949.
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.
This week’s Case Closed begins with Whitehall 1212 and their episode titled, The Murder Of Mr. Sweet. That story was first heard July 6, 1952. Then, Night Beat tells us the story of The Slasher, its episode from November 10, 1950.
Richard Diamond, Private Detective opens this week’s Case Closed with his story, The George Lexington Murder Case. That episode was first broadcast September 13, 1950. Then, Sherlock Holmes brings us The Murder In Wax, first heard in 1946.
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.