Case Closed begins with This Is Your FBI this week. We hear their story from January 11, 1946, The Innocent Killer. Then, Dragnet shares its story, The Big Laugh. That episode originally aired March 8, 1953.
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This week on Case Closed, Richard Diamond, Private Detective is up first with his story, The Tom Waxman Bombing Case. That episode aired June 26, 1949. Then, we’ll hear The Dying Detective, an episode featuring Sherlock Holmes that aired in 1954.
This week on Case Closed, Rogue’s Gallery starts us off with Anson Leeds Is Dead, their story from January 17, 1946. Then we’ll hear The Ivory Murder Case, the March 28, 1950, story from Philo Vance.
Case Closed begins with The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe this week. We’ll hear The Soft Spot, his story from September 1, 1950. Then, its Hay Is For Homicide, from Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator. That episode aired August 31, 1954.
This time on Case Closed we begin with The New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, and his story from February 2, 1951, The Vanishing Shells. Then, it’s The Case Of Free Play, from Mr. District Attorney. That episode originally aired November 23, 1949.
This week on Case Closed, we begin with The Markham Matter from Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar, an episode that was first heard November 18, 1956. Then, The Crime Club shares its story from March 27, 1947, Silent Witnesses.
Dragnet opens this week’s episode of Case Closed with The Big Switch, their story from November 23, 1954. Then, WHItehall-1212 shares its episode from August 17, 1952, The Case Of Dougall Henry.