Browsing: Case Closed!

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.

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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.

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This week the show begins with Jack Webb as Pat Novak, For HireRubin Callaway’s Pictures first aired March 13, 1949.  Then after Ripley’s it’s The Vacant Lot Murder Case from Inspector Thorne.  That episode first aired July 27, 1951.

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Richard Diamond, Private Detective starts things out this week with The Carnival Case from August 16, 1950.  Then after Ripley’s it’s Frank Sinatra as Rocky Fortune in Prize Fight Setup from December 29, 1953.

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The crime begins this week with Casey, Crime Photographer and an episode from August 29, 1946 titled The Red Raincoat.  Then after Ripley’s it’s Let George Do It and Stand In For Murder from November 29, 1948.

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The show begins this week with Boston Blackie and Mary At Sea from July 30, 1945.  (I mentioned the wrong show in the intro…sorry).  Then after Ripley’s it’s The Adventures Of The Falcon and The Case Of The Rich Racketeer from November 5, 1950.

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The show begins this week with The Man From Damascus from Rocky Jordan.  Then after Ripley’s, it’s I Was A Communist For The FBI and Tour Of Duty.  That episode first aired June 24, 1953.

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The crime begins with This Is Your FBI and The Big Shakedown from October 18, 1946.  Then after Ripley’s we’ll hear Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar and The London Matter.  That episode first aired June 22, 1950.

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This week we’ll hear two from The Adventures Of Sam Spade.  We’ll begin with The Bow Window Caper from November 19, 1947.  Then it’s a little Ripley’s break.  To finish off it’s Sam again in The Missing Newshawk Caper from July 18, 1948.

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We start this 100th episode of Case Closed with Jack Webb as Jeff Regan, Investigator.  The Man Who Came Back first aired August 21, 1948.  Then after Ripley’s we’ll hear from Confession and The Doris Kane Case from April 24, 1950.

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