First this week is Stand By For Crime with their episode titled, Subversive Activities. Then, Five Minute Mystery tells the story of a Murder In Cairo. To close, The Man From Homicide brings us Old Man Kelso, an episode that first aired July 16, 1951.
Browsing: Case Closed!
Philo Vance starts the show this week with The Left Handed Murder Case, an episode from January 10, 1950. Five Minute Mystery follows with Alibi In Red. We close with WHItehall 1212, and their episode from August 3, 1952 titled, The Murder Of Nora Brady.
Mr. District Attorney is up first this week with its episode from August 25, 1948 titled, The Case Of The Unknown Source. Next is Five Minute Mystery with Broken Window. Mr. Keen, Tracer Of Lost Persons will close this episode with their story titled, The Case Of The Missing Witness. That episode aired January 13, 1944.
On this episode of Case Closed we begin with The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe with The Promise To Pay. That one was first heard May 14, 1949. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us Blood On My Hands. We close with The Escaped Prisoner from Boston Blackie, which first aired May 28, 1946.
Another hour of crime fighting for you this week, beginning with Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar and an episode from October 14, 1950 titled, The Yankee Pride Matter. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us Spitting Revolver. To close, we’ll hear The Broken Wing from Rocky Jordan. That episode originally aired July 10, 1949.
Rogue’s Gallery starts things off this week with their episode from July 7, 1946 titled, Cabin On The Lake. Then, Five Minute Mystery tells us of The Fine Art Of Murder. Last is Night Watch with an episode featuring Car Strippers And Abandoned Girl In Theater. That one aired September 23, 1954.
This week on Case Closed we begin our hour with I Was A Communist For The FBI. We’ll hear A Suit For The Party, which first aired October 8, 1952. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us the Too-Early Bird. We close with The Ben Elliot Murder Case from Broadway Is My Beat. That episode first aired February 24, 1950.