On Case Closed this week, Night Beat opens the show with their episode from September 4, 1950 titled, Old Home Week. After that, Richard Diamond, Private Detective shares The Louis Spence Case, which first aired March 5, 1950.
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On this episode of Case Closed, we begin with Alan Ladd in Box 13. We’ll hear the May 15, 1949 episode titled, Daytime Nightmare. Next is Vincent Price as The Saint. From that series we’ll hear It’s Snow Use, an episode from October 29, 1950.
We hear from Murder Clinic to start the show off this week. From August 11, 1942, here’s Governor Of Cape Haitian. Then, The Crime Club tells the story of The Grey Mist Murders. That episode first aired April 10, 1947.
The Secrets Of Scotland Yard is up first this week. From it, we’ll hear The Kindly Doctor, which first aired in 1953. Then, Boston Blackie brings us Sam Bellows Is Dead, an episode from June 18, 1945.
The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe starts off the show this week with their episode from October 8, 1949 titled, The Open Window. After that, we hear Sherlock Holmes in, The Devil’s Foot. That story aired in 1949.
This week on Case Closed, Let George Do It starts us off with, The Tears Of Sorrow. That episode aired March 27, 1950. Then, Rocky Jordan tells the story of Desert Betrayal, an episode from May 29, 1949.
First this week is Broadway Is My Beat with their episode from October 13, 1950 titled, The Helen Carrol Murder Case. After that, Richard Diamond, Private Detective brings us The $50,000 Diamond Heist. That story was originally heard November 12, 1949.