Case Closed begins with Rocky Jordan this week. We’ll hear the July 31, 1949 episode titled, Varlachi. After that, Five Minute Mystery presents The Forsythe Case. We close out with 21st Precinct and The Collar, its episode from April 7, 1954.
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This week, The Black Museum starts us off with The Leather Bag, an episode that first aired in 1952. That is followed by Five Minute Mystery and their story titled, Sapphire Theft. We close with Richard Diamond, Private Detective and The Jewel Thief, an episode from February 19, 1950.
This week on Case Closed, Murder By Experts starts us off with Two Can Die As Cheaply As One, their episode from April 17, 1950. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us Rocky Marino Evidence. Last is Crime Classics with their episode from April 28, 1954 titled, Widow McGee And The Three Gypsies.
Broadway Is My Beat begins our show this week. We’ll hear The Dion Hartley Murder Case which first aired February 17, 1950. Next is Five Minute Mystery with their episode titled, Rawlings Is Dead. We close with WHItehall 1212, and The Murder Of Charles Brooks from January 6, 1952.
We begin with This Is Your FBI and their episode from November 30, 1945 titled, The Big Breakout. Next is Five Minute Mystery with Prize Diamond Stolen. Rogue’s Gallery ends this episode with their story titled, Snowbound. That one aired May 9, 1946.
First this week is The Line-up with their episode from Nobemer 16, 1950 titled, Candy Store Killing. Next is Five Minute Mystery with Plane Crash Death. We close this week with Stand By For Crime and The Kidnapper’s New Shoes from 1953.
On this episode we begin with Jack Webb in Dragnet. We’ll hear The Big Dare, their episode from August 3, 1950. Next, Five Minute Mystery presents, Jules Buck Murder. We close with a visit to The Crime Club for their tale titled, The Sun Is A Witness. That one first aired April 3, 1947.