This week on Case Closed, we begin with The Helen Selby Murder Case from Broadway Is My Beat. That episode originally aired January 31, 1953. Then, Crime Classics tells us of Old Six-Toes, a story first heard March 17, 1954.
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Sherlock Holmes opens this week’s Case Closed with his story, The Knife Of Vengeance. That one aired in 1949. Holmes is followed by The Crime Club, and their episode from June 19, 1947, Hearses Don’t Hurry.
This week on Case Closed, we begin with Night Beat and their story from July 24, 1950, The Devil’s Bible. Then, The FBI In Peace And War tells the tale of The Handyman. That episode originally aired December 22, 1954.
Rogue’s Gallery brings us The House Of Fear to start off this week’s Case Closed. That story aired November 15, 1945. Then, In The Name Of The Law tells us of The Phantom Gang. That episode aired July 5, 1936.
Dragnet is up first on this week’s Case Closed. From that series we’ll hear the March 22, 1953, story titled, The Big Informant. Next up is Rocky Jordan with his story, The Man With No Name. That one first aired October 9, 1949.
Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator is up first on this week’s Case Closed. From it we’ll hear a story from July 13, 1954, titled, Murder By Error. After that, Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar shares The Calgary Matter, his case from July 13, 1950.
This week on Case Closed, The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe is up first with his story from May 2, 1950, titled, The Sea Horse Jockey. Box 13 follows that episode with Speed To Burn, its broadcast from June 26, 1949.