Richard Diamond, Private Detective opens this week’s show with its case from June 28, 1950, Mary Billman Killed. That’s followed with That Hammer Guy and, A Peppery Adventure, his story from April 21, 1953.
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This week on Case Closed, we hear first from Nick Carter, Master Detective with his episode from August 12, 1945, The Case Of The Sick Statue. 21st Precinct follows with The Visitors, first heard January 20, 1954.
This week on Case Closed, we begin with The Race, the July 17, 1949 episode from Rocky Jordan. Then, it’s Murder By Moonlight with none other than Sherlock Holmes. That story first aired in 1945.
First up this week is The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe with, The August Lion. That story first aired August 6, 1949. Next is Boston Blackie with his episode from July 16, 1945 titled, Blackie’s Car Kills A Woman.
This time on Case Closed, we open with The New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe, and their story from January 12, 1951 titled, Killer Cards. Then, Jeff Regan, Investigator tells us of The Two Little Sisters, his episode from November 16, 1949.
This week on Case Closed, The Silent Men start things off with the episode from November 25, 1951, The Roping Of Joe Landis. After that, Richard Diamond, Private Detective shares his story titled, The Pete Rocco Case. That one was first heard October 4, 1950.
Night Beat is up first this week on Case Closed with Marty, their episode from July 3, 1950. The Lineup follows with their October 22, 1952 broadcast titled, The Green Cap Case.
This week on Case Closed, Broadway Is My Beat is up first with The Joan Fuller Murder Case, their episode from November 17, 1950. Philo Vance follows with his case from August 23, 1949 titled, The Blue Penny Murder Case.
Rogue’s Gallery is up first on Case Closed this time. From its June 23, 1946 broadcast, here is The Star Of Savoy. Next is Mr. Keen, Tracer Of Lost Persons with his episode titled, The Case Of Murder In The Air. That one aired February 24, 1944.
This week on Case Closed, Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar tells us of The Earl Chadwick Matter from May 23, 1950. Then, The Police Reporter brings us two episodes beginning with, The Lincoln Murders Case, which first aired February 14, 1935. The Vampire Fiend Of Dusseldorf follows, an episode from February 19, 1935.