Our hour of crime stories begins with Crime Classics this week. We hear The Boorn Brothers And The Hangman, which first aired January 27, 1954. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us Patter Of Guilt. Finally, Rogue’s Gallery tells us the story of The Corpse I Didn’t Kill. That episode aired June 13, 1946.
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Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar begins the show this week with its episode from February 23, 1954 titled, The Classified Killer Matter. Five Minute Mystery follows with Study In Ornithology. To close, Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator brings us Death Buys A Bedroom, which aired July 27, 1954.
This week, Jeff Regan, Investigator starts off the show with No Sad Clowns For Me. That story aired June 25, 1950. Five Minute Mystery is next with Clue In The Hand. We close with Dragnet, and its episode from June 1, 1950 titled, The Big Fake.
Broadway Is My Beat begins another hour of crime solving. From it we’ll hear The Frank Brisco Murder Case, which originally aired July 10, 1950. Then, it’s License For Murder from Five Minute Mystery. We finish off this show with Richard Diamond, Private Detective and its episode titled, Mr. Victor’s Daughter from January 15, 1950.
First this week is Stand By For Crime with their episode titled, Subversive Activities. Then, Five Minute Mystery tells the story of a Murder In Cairo. To close, The Man From Homicide brings us Old Man Kelso, an episode that first aired July 16, 1951.
Philo Vance starts the show this week with The Left Handed Murder Case, an episode from January 10, 1950. Five Minute Mystery follows with Alibi In Red. We close with WHItehall 1212, and their episode from August 3, 1952 titled, The Murder Of Nora Brady.
Mr. District Attorney is up first this week with its episode from August 25, 1948 titled, The Case Of The Unknown Source. Next is Five Minute Mystery with Broken Window. Mr. Keen, Tracer Of Lost Persons will close this episode with their story titled, The Case Of The Missing Witness. That episode aired January 13, 1944.