CC081: Candy Matson And Philo Vance

Case Closed this week begins with Candy Matson and Candy’s Last Case from May 21, 1951.  Then after Ripley’s it’s Philo Vance.  We’ll hear The Movie Murder Case from April 5, 1949.

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CC080: Scotland Yard And Commie For The FBI

Case Closed brings you two more tales of crime this week, beginning with the Secrets Of Scotland Yard.  We’ll hear Dr. Ruxton Axe Killer.  Then it’s Ripley’s.  We conclude this episode with I Was A Communist For The FBI and Trial By Fear, from March 25, 1953.

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CC079: Nightwatch And The Falcon

This week we begin with Nightwatch and Paper Hanger, from June 11, 1954.  Then after Ripley’s it’s The Falcon.  From January 7, 1951 we’ll hear The Case Of The Invisible Thug.

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CC078: Spade And Broadway Is My Beat

We’re back this week with two more cases.  We begin with The Adventures Of Sam Spade and The Bail Bond Caper from June 27, 1948.  Then it’s Ripley’s.  To finish it’s Broadway Is My Beat from July 28, 1949 and The Paul Thomas Case.

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CC077: The Saint And Dragnet

This week we begin with the great Vincent Price in The Saint.  We’ll hear The Corpse Said Ouch from August 6, 1950.  Then after Ripley’s, it’s Dragnet and The Big Parrot which first aired November 16, 1950.

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CC076: Diamond And Marlowe

This week we hear from Dick Powell as Richard Diamond, Private Detective in Dead Man’s Letter from November 8, 1950.  Then after Ripley’s it’s The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe and The Iron Coffin.  This episode first aired July 12, 1950.

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CC075: Inspector Thorne And The Name Of The Law

On this week’s show we will begin with Inspector Thorne and The Empty Ashtray Murder Case, which aired September 20, 1951.  Then after Ripley’s it’s In The Name Of The Law and Bumped Off Hubby from July 12, 1936.

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CC074: Boston Blackie And Rocky Jordan

Join our detectives this week beginning with Boston Blackie and The Worthington Pearls, first heard July 9, 1945.  Then after Ripley’s, it’s Rocky Jordan and The Race from July 17, 1949.

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CC073: Jeff Regan And The Saint

It’s another hour of mystery this week on Case Closed.  We’ll begin with Jack Webb as Jeff Regan, Investigator and The Lost Lady from October 16, 1948.  Then after Ripley’s, it’s The Saint and Monkey Business from January 21, 1945.

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CC072: Your FBI And Johnny Dollar

On this episode of Case Closed we begin with This Is Your FBI and The Sinister Shakedown from July 5 1946.  Then after Ripley’s it’s Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar and The Expiring Nickels And The Egyptian Jackpot.  That show first aired September 4, 1949.

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