Dragnet brings us just the facts as it opens this week’s episode of Case Closed. We’ll hear The Big Impression, their broadcast from August 7, 1952. The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe follows with its July 28, 1950, episode titled, The Glass Donkey.
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Richard Diamond, Private Detective starts off this week’s Case Closed with, The Kidnapped Policeman. That one originally aired October 18, 1950. Then, it’s A Fire For Romano, from Jeff Regan, Investigator. That story was broadcast July 30, 1950.
This week on Case Closed, Philo Vance begins the show with The Whistling Murder Case, his story from May 9, 1950. Then, Calling All Cars shares its episode from May 2, 1934, Murder At Southgate.
This time on Case Closed, Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar brings us The Medium Rare Matter, his story from October 8, 1961. Then, The New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe shares its December 1, 1950, episode, The Brave Rabbit.
This week on Case Closed, Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator is up first with, Corpse On The Town, his story from March 9, 1955. Then, we’ll hear The Flying Duck Murders from Nick Carter, Master Detective. That episode was originally heard October 4, 1943.
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.
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.