This week on Case Closed, The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe is up first with his story from May 2, 1950, titled, The Sea Horse Jockey. Box 13 follows that episode with Speed To Burn, its broadcast from June 26, 1949.
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This week on Case Closed, we begin with Sherlock Holmes in, The Adventure Of The Innocent Murderess, a story from 1947. Then, it’s Johnny Madero, Pier 23 with their story from June 18, 1947, Find Pete Sutro.
This time on Case Closed, Richard Diamond, Private Detective starts us off with his story from March 14, 1952, titled, The Dixon Case. That’s followed by No Way Out from Let George Do It. That episode was first heard October 1, 1951.
The Black Museum opens this week’s Case Closed with a story titled, The Straight Razor. That one aired sometime in 1952. After that, it’s Pat Novak For Hire with a story from June 12, 1949, titled, Georgie Lampson.
This week on Case Closed, Dragnet is up first with The Big Fraud, a story from October 27, 1953. That’s followed by Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar, and The Arrowcraft Matter. That episode aired June 15, 1950.
Rogue’s Gallery is up first on this week’s Case Closed. From it we’ll hear, Lady With A Gun. That story originally aired June 30, 1946. Then, This Is Your FBI bring us, The Innocent Thief, their episode from February 28, 1947.
This time on Case Closed, The Crime Club starts things off with their broadcast from April 24, 1947, The Topaz Flower. Then, we’ll hear The Lois Conrad Murder Case, a story from Broadway Is My Beat that aired April 12, 1952.