Vincent Price guest stars in The Price Of Fame Matter from Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar to open the show. That one aired February 2, 1958 (thanks for the suggestion Barry!). Next, Five Minute Mystery brings us Marks Of Death. Night Beat closes out this weeks show with Old King Death, which first aired July 10, 1950.
Browsing: Case Closed!
On this episode of Case Closed we begin with A Christmas Carol from Richard Diamond, Private Detective. That episode aired December 24, 1949. Then Five Minute Mystery brings us Murder Sounds Alarm. We’ll finish off with Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator and Motive For Murder, an episode from February 20, 1952.
Our 300th offering begins with Crime Classics and their episode from December 16, 1952 titled, John And Judith – Their Crime And Why They Didn’t Enjoy It. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us a Misfit Clue. We close with The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe and The Baton Sinister, an episode from September 17, 1949.
This week, Mr. And Mrs. North begin the show with The Mistaken Countess, an episode from February 2, 1944. Then Five Minute Mystery presents Broken Wheel. We finish off with Murder By Experts and their story from September 12, 1949 titled, I Dreamt I Died.
This hour of old time radio begins with Stand By For Crime with The Sniper, an episode from 1953. Then Five Minute Mystery gives us Collectors Item. We’ll close out today with 21st Precinct and The Sprinter. That episode aired June 16, 1954.
Inspector Thorne kicks off the show this week with, The High Style Murder Case. That one aired August 17, 1951. Then we’ll hear The Return Of Mr. Lawrence from Five Minute Mystery. To close, Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar brings us The Back To The Back Matter, an episode from July 17, 1960.
This week we begin with WHItehall 1212 and an episode from March 9, 1952 titled, The Case Of Dr. Duncan Allen. Then, 5 Minute Mystery tells the story of The Man In The Back Seat. Secrets Of Scotland Yard concludes our hour with Crime On The Railways, an episode that originally aired sometime in the 1950’s.