Case Closed begins with The Corrupt City from This Is Your FBI this week. That story originally aired February 15, 1946. Crime Classics follows with their episode from February 24, 1954, The Good Ship Jane.
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This week on Case Closed, Dragnet opens the show with their story from December 29, 1953, The Big Steal. That’s followed by 21st Precinct with, The Beard. That episode originally aired December 23, 1955.
This week’s Case Closed begins its hour with Richard Diamond, Private Detective and his story, The Fred Sears Murder Case. That one aired June 19, 1949. After that, we’ll hear An Angle On Murder, the October 25, 1943 episode from Nick Carter, Master Detective.
The FBI In Peace And War is up first on this week’s Case Closed. We’ll hear their episode from September 8, 1954, Grave Error. After that, we hear Zero Hour, the February 2, 1954, broadcast from Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator.
On this week’s Case Closed, Mr. District Attorney starts us off with his story from November 9, 1952, The Case Of The Desert Killer. After that, Crime Club brings us A Deed Indeed, their story from August 21, 1947.
The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe opens this week’s Case Closed with his story, The Covered Bridge. That episode was originally broadcast January 14, 1950. Then it’s Rogue’s Gallery with The Impossible Murder, his story from May 16, 1946.
This week on Case Closed, Let George Do It starts us off with his story Operation Europa, from April 28, 1952. Then, we’ll hear The Diamond Quartet, the August 14, 1948, episode from Jeff Regan, Investigator.