Broadway Is My Beat starts us off this week with The Sherman Gates Murder Case, an episode from December 3, 1949. After that, it’s Alan Ladd in Box 13. We’ll hear Much Too Lucky, which first aired May 1, 1949.
Browsing: Case Closed!
We begin with Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar this time, and the episode from June 29, 1950 titled, The Barbara James Matter. After that, Richard Diamond, Private Detective brings us the March 29, 1959 story titled, The Red Rose.
We begin with Stand By For Crime this week, and their episode titled, A Spy Ring In June, which aired sometime in 1953. Following that, 21st Precinct presents The Communication. That episode first aired April 13, 1955.
On this episode of Case Closed, Dragnet presents its episode from August 16, 1951 titled, The Big Winchester. Then, it’s Sherlock Holmes in an episode from 1936 titled, The Haunted Bagpipes.
First on the show this week is Casey, Crime Photographer with Photo Of The Dead, their story from July 24, 1947. After that, Night Beat tells the story of Vincent And The Painter, which first aired June 19, 1950.
The Casebook Of Gregory Hood presents its episode from June 24, 1946 titled, The Adventure Of The Beeswax Candle to begin our show today. That is followed by Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator with Two Dead Men, its episode from June 23, 1955.
Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar is up first this week with the January 16, 1953 episode titled, The Starlet Matter. Then Five Minute Mystery tells us of a Death On A Train. We close with The Unfair Lady from The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe. That story first aired June 4, 1949.