This week our tales of crime begin with Broadway Is My Beat and The Andrew Jenkins Case from March 6, 1949. Then after Ripley’s it’s Dick Powell as Richard Diamond, Private Detective in The Ralph Chase Case from May 15, 1949.
Browsing: Case Closed!
This week we’ll begin with I Was A Communist For The FBI and Against The Middle from February 11, 1953. Then after you Believe It Or Not, we’ll hear from The FBI In Peace And War. Dumb Luck first aired September 22, 1957.
This week our tales of crime begin with Rocky Jordan and Red Stands For Blood from February 13, 1949. Then it’s Ripley’s Believe It Or Not. We’ll finish off with Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar and Murder Is A Merry-Go-Round from March 11, 1949.
Frank Sinatra kicks things off this week as Rocky Fortune in The Hepcat Kills The Canary, from November 17, 1953. Then after Ripley’s we’ll hear Inspector Thorne in The Golden Girl Murder Case from August 3, 1951.
This week we’ll begin with I Deal In Crime and an episode from April 15, 1946 titled The William Davis Case. Then it’s Ripley’s. We’ll finish off with The Adventures Of Sam Spade and The Cheesecake Caper from November 6, 1949.
This week we’ll hear Dick Powell as Philip Marlowe in Murder My Sweet. This episode of Lux Radio Theater is a radio adaptation of the movie of the same name released about a year before. This episode first aired June 11, 1945.
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.
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.