Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar opens this week’s Case Closed with his story from October 28, 1950, The Joan Sebastian Matter. Then, Box 13 delivers Flash Of Light, it’s episode from February 20, 1949.
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Nick Carter, Master Detective begins this episode of Case Closed with his story, The Echo Of Death. That one was first broadcast July 6, 1943. After that, Broadway Is My Beat brings us its story from March 17, 1950, The Charles And Jane Kimball Murder Case.
This week’s Case Closed begins with Boston Blackie. We’ll hear his story from October 29, 1947, Framed By A Film. This Is Your FBI follows that with Out Of The Storm, their episode from August 5, 1949.
Case Closed begins with Sherlock Holmes this week. We hear his story from 1949 titled, The Hangman And The Book. That’s followed by Dragnet and The Big Confession, their episode from March 30, 1954.
This week’s Case Closed begins with a story from The Private Files Of Rex Saunders titled, Hidden Thoughts In A Feminine Mind…Concerned With Murder. That amazingly long titled story originally aired July 4, 1951. The Line-Up follows with its December 12, 1952 episode, The Gasoline Bandit Case.
This week on Case Closed, we begin with Richard Diamond, Private Detective and his case from March 23, 1951, Little Chiva. That’s followed by The White Carnation from The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe. That story was originally broadcast September 22, 1950.
We begin this week’s episode of Case Closed with The Adventures Of Ellery Queen and his story, The Adventure Of The Message In Red. That one aired November 7, 1945. Jeff Regan, Investigator follows with his case from August 28, 1948, The Man In The Door.