This week on Case Closed, we begin with This Is Your FBI and their story from September 17, 1948, The Innocent Fugitive. Then, Dragnet brings us The Big Dig, their episode from December 7, 1954.
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This week on Case Closed, Broadway Is My Beat starts us off with its story from March 3, 1950, The Joe Quito Murder Case. The Adventures Of Ellery Queen follows that with The Singing Rat, his episode from January 9, 1943.
This week’s episode of Case Closed begins with The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe and his story from September 8, 1951, The Medium Was Rare. Crime Club follows that with its December 2, 1946, episode, Death Blew Out The Match.
This week on Case Closed, we begin with The Man Who Hated Women, an episode from Richard Diamond, Private Detective that originally aired July 16, 1949. Then, WHItehall-1212 brings us their story from May 18, 1952, The Case Of Sydney Wolfe.
Case Closed opens with The Larry Moore Murder Case, the January 12, 1952, episode from Broadway Is My Beat. That’s followed by Sherlock Holmes with his story, The Cadaver In The Roman Toga. That episode aired November 9, 1947.
Case Closed begins with Rogue’s Gallery this week. We hear his story from June 6, 1946, titled, Blue Eyes. Then, Philo Vance shares his case from October 5, 1948, The Bulletin Murder Case.
Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar opens this week’s Case Closed with his story from April 25, 1950, The Pearl Carrasa Matter. Nick Carter, Master Detective follows that with The Case Of The Lucrative Wrecks, his broadcast from April 20, 1947.