This week on Case Closed, Broadway Is My Beat shares its episode from July 11, 1953, The Harry Brian Murder Case. This Is Your FBI follows that with Lady Of Larceny, their broadcast from August 9, 1946.
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This week on Case Closed, The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe is up first with his episode from July 5, 1950, The Girl From Pitchfork Corners. Then, The Saint brings us his story, The Frightened Author. That episode originally aired July 23, 1950.
Richard Diamond, Private Detective opens this week’s Case Closed with his story, The Grey Man. That one first aired February 16, 1951. Then, we’ll hear An Eye For An Eye, from Nick Carter, Master Detective. That episode aired January 28, 1945.
This week on Case Closed, Dragnet starts us off with The Big Saw, their story from April 6, 1954. Then, Rocky Jordan shares his story from November 27, 1949, High Pressure.
This time on Case Closed, we begin with an episode from Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator that aired February 16, 1955, titled, The Moving Target. Then, it’s Once A Crook, a story from Let George Do It that originally aired September 22, 1952.
This week on Case Closed, we begin with The Allen Saxton Matter, an episode from Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar that originally aired October 20, 1953. That’s followed by Crime Club, and their story from July 2, 1947, titled, Death At 7:10.
Crime Classics is up first on this week’s Case Closed. We’ll hear their story from June 9, 1954, The Assassination Of Leon Trotsky. Then, Rogue’s Gallery shares Blood On The Sand, their episode from December 13, 1945.