This week’s hour of crime fighting begins with Mr. District Attorney, and The Case Of The Lady Gamblers from November 14, 1952. Then, it’s Bulldog Drummond in, Escape Into Death. That episode aired September 24, 1945.
Browsing: Case Closed!
This week on Case Closed, we begin with The Hope Anderson Murder Case from Broadway Is My Beat. That one originally aired March 31, 1950. Then it’s The Big Imposter from Dragnet, which first aired June 7, 1951.
We Let George Do It to begin this week’s Case Closed. We’ll hear his story from March 19, 1951 titled, Murder For Two. Then, Sherlock Holmes tells us of The Mad Miners Of Cardiff. That one aired in 1949.
Case Closed begins with This Is Your FBI, and their episode from March 1, 1946, The Castaway Killer. After that, Jeff Regan, Investigator brings us his story titled, The Little Man’s Lament. That one aired November 9, 1949.
This time on Case Closed, The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe start us off with, The Key Man, his case from June 25, 1949. That’s followed by Nick Carter, Master Detective with, The Double Disguise. That story aired January 8, 1944.
On this episode of Case Closed, we begin with The New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe. We’ll hear, The Case Of The Final Page from March 23, 1951. After that, Murder Clinic brings us The Scrap Of Lace, its episode from September 22, 1942.
Rocky Jordan brings us Gold Fever to start Case Closed off this time. That episode first aired August 7, 1949. Next up is Richard Diamond Private Detective with The Bald Head Case, a story from September 20, 1950.
This time on Case Closed, Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator opens the show with, The Corpse Was Wrong, his story from May 25, 1954. Then, Casey, Crime Photographer shares The Box Of Death, an episode first broadcast April 17, 1947.
Philo Vance is first on this week’s Case Closed with his story titled, The Tick-Tock Murder Case from August 2, 1949. Next is Murder By Experts with their episode from May 22, 1950 called, Three’s A Crowd.
This week on Case Closed, The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe grabs the first case with, The Bid For Freedom, his episode from January 21, 1950. Then, Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar presents its July 4, 1951 episode titled, The Alonzo Chapman Matter.