Boston Blackie brings us Oscar Wolfe, Troublemaker to start things off this week. It aired June 11, 1945. Then, after Believe It Or Not, it’s Night Watch. We’ll hear about an “unknown trouble call,” and a burglary call on that episode from December 8, 1954.
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Our first episode this week is Luke Larson’s Murder from Stand By For Crime, which aired sometime in the 1950’s. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Mr. And Mrs. North with The Literary Murder. That episode was first heard January 26, 1944.
Box 13 starts off this weeks show with Sealed Instructions, which first aired April 17, 1949. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Richard Diamond, Private Detective with The Thomas Jason Case. That episode was broadcast December 31, 1949.
The show begins with Rocky Jordan this week, and the second episode of that series titled, Count Me Out. That one first aired November 7, 1948. Then, we Believe It Or Not before The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe presents its episode from January 8, 1949 called The Restless Day.
This week on Case Closed, we begin with Jeff Regan, Investigator and an episode from April 26, 1950 titled It All Comes Back To Me Now. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Rogue’s Gallery with Blue Eyes. That episode first aired June 6, 1946.
The Crime Club brings us Mr. Smith’s Hat for our first show this week. That episode first aired January 23, 1947. Then, we Believe It Or Not. To close out, we’ll hear The Shrapnelled Body Of Charles Drew Senior from Crime Classics. That one originally aired July 6, 1953.
WHItehall 1212 brings us our first episode this week. We’ll hear The Heathrow Affair, which first aired December 23, 1951. Then, it’s Believe It Or Not. We close with A Fixed Prize Fight from Broadway Is My Beat. This episode originally aired March 27, 1949.
Crime And Peter Chambers begins the show this time with their episode titled The Miss Universe Contest Murder, which first aired July 27, 1954. Then, Believe It Or Not. We close with A Close Call from Let George Do It. That episode originally aired July 12, 1948.
The Line Up starts the show off this week with Missing Girl Kidnapped, which first aired October 1, 1952. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. We close out today with Secrets Of Scotland Yard, and The Great Gold Robbery.
Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator brings us Death And The Purple Cow to begin with this week. That episode aired December 12, 1951. Then after Believe It Or Not, we’ll hear The Singing Critic from Richard Diamond, Private Detective. It first aired November 5, 1949.