This week on Case Closed, Dragnet starts things off with its story from November 2, 1952, The Big Light. Then, Boston Blackie shares his episode, Boston Blackie In Wax. That one aired July 23, 1947.
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This week on Case Closed, we open with Broadway Is My Beat and their story, The Bob Foster Murder Case. That one first aired November 8, 1952. Next is The New Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes with, The Horseless Carriage, his story from 1947.
Calling All Detectives opens this week’s Case Closed. From it, we’ll hear The Necktie, a story first heard December 28, 1948. Then, The Man From Homicide tells us of The Donald Schelbarger Murder. That episode was broadcast July 7, 1951.
The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe opens this week’s Case Closed. We’ll hear The Angry Eagle, his story from April 18, 1950. After that, it’s Crime Classics and The Alsop Family; How It Diminished And Grew Again, from August 24, 1953.
Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator is up first on this week’s Case Closed. We’ll hear Sucker Bait, his episode from June 9, 1955. Then, it’s The City At Your Fingertips, a story from Night Beat that originally aired July 20, 1951.
Case Closed opens with This Is Your FBI and their November 8, 1946 story, The Frightened Fugitive. Then, it’s The Wandering Corpse, from The Adventures Of The Thin Man. That episode originally aired October 10, 1943.
Case Closed opens with The Barton Case from Richard Diamond, Private Detective. That story aired May 1, 1949. After that, Candy Matson YUkon 2-8209 brings its February 7, 1950 episode, The Eric Spaulding Concert.