The show begins with an episode from This Is Your FBI titled The Surplus Swindle from June 28, 1946. Then after Ripley’s it’s The Blood River Matter from Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar. That show first aired August 3, 1950.
We’ve got two more crime shows featuring Dick Powell this week. Rogue’s Gallery starts things off with The Impossible Murder from May 16, 1946. Then after Ripley’s it’s Richard Diamond, Private Investigator and The Ruby Idol Case. This episode first aired December 3, 1949.
This week we’ll begin with The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe and The Black Halo from January 15, 1949. Then after Ripley’s we’ll hear from the Casebook Of Gregory Hood. Murder In Celluloid aired July 2, 1946.
Case Closed is back this week and begin with Pat Novak, For Hire starring Jack Webb. The episode is titled Fleet Lady and first aired March 6, 1949. Then it’s Ripley’s. We’ll finish off with Gangbusters and The Case Of The Greedy Gunman from November 27, 1948.
Case Closed brings you two more tales of crime this week, beginning with the Secrets Of Scotland Yard. We’ll hear Dr. Ruxton Axe Killer. Then it’s Ripley’s. We conclude this episode with I Was A Communist For The FBI and Trial By Fear, from March 25, 1953.
We’re back this week with two more cases. We begin with The Adventures Of Sam Spade and The Bail Bond Caper from June 27, 1948. Then it’s Ripley’s. To finish it’s Broadway Is My Beat from July 28, 1949 and The Paul Thomas Case.
This week we begin with the great Vincent Price in The Saint. We’ll hear The Corpse Said Ouch from August 6, 1950. Then after Ripley’s, it’s Dragnet and The Big Parrot which first aired November 16, 1950.
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