This week’s journey into old time radio crime begins with Gangbusters and The Case Of The Danville Bank Robbery from 1954. Then after Ripley’s it’s Philo Vance and The Blackjack Murder Case from November 30, 1948.
Browsing: Case Closed!
This week our crime tales begin with The Night Watch and The Weeper from August 28, 1954. Then after Ripley’s it’s Wanted and Wanted For Armed Robbery.
This week we begin with Rogue’s Gallery and The Star of Savoy from August 23, 1946. Then after Ripley’s it’s Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar and The Robert Perry Case from March 4, 1949.
This week we begin with Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator and Song Of Death from December 26, 1951. Then after Ripley’s it’s Dragnet with Max Tyler, Escaped Convict from January 5, 1950.
This week we begin with Candy Matson, YUkon 2-8209 and NC9-8012 from January 2, 1950. Then after Ripley’s it’s Murder By Experts and Two Coffins To Fill from July 4, 1949.
This week it’s two from The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe, each with a different actor in the lead role. First it’s Van Heflin in Who Shot Waldo from June 12, 1947. Then Gerald Mohr takes the lead in The Panama Hat from October 10, 1948. Dick Powell took the role once for the Lux Radio Theater, an episode we might hear sometime in the future.
Jack Webb as Jeff Regan, Investigator starts off this week’s show. From August 14, 1948 we’ll hear The Diamond Quartet. Then after Ripley’s it’s The Nightwatch and Kidnap from November 11, 1954.
We start off this week with a series we’ve only heard a couple of times so far. It’s Bulldog Drummond and Help Wanted from August 13, 1945. Then after Ripley’s we’ll hear from a new series to the show titled Mr. District Attorney. The episode is The Museum Mystery, which aired sometime in the 1940’s.
The Adventures Of Sam Spade starts things off this week with an episode from January 26, 1951 titled The Chateau McCloud Caper. Then after Ripley’s it’s The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe and The Green Flame from March 26, 1949.
Our show begins this week with Stand By For Crime and Displaced Into Danger from 1953. Then after Ripley’s it’s Sherlock Holmes and The Logic Of Murder from November 7, 1948.