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This week on Case Closed, we begin with Bobby Sox Bandits, an episode from This Is Your FBI which first aired November 23, 1945.  After that, it’s The Big Boys, the March 16, 1950 episode of Dragnet.

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We begin with Richard Diamond, Private Detective this week.  We’ll hear, Martin White Sees Dead Men, an episode from January 22, 1950.  After that, Broadway Is My Beat brings us the January 21, 1951 episode titled, The Joan Gale Murder Case.

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Mr. District Attorney starts us off this week with an episode titled, Death By Adoption, which first aired December 12, 1952.  We close with 21st Precinct, and the November 4, 1955 episode titled, The Special Orders.

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Case Closed begins with Stand By For Crime this time.  We’ll hear The Gladstone Murder Case, which aired in 1953.  After that, Crime Classics brings us The Crime Of Bathsheba Spooner, its episode from June 15, 1953.

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Rogue’s Gallery starts the show off this week with its November 8, 1945 episode titled, Little Drops Of Rain.  After that, Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar brings us Out Of The Frying Pan, Into The Fire, its episode from August 21, 1949.

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This week, we hear first from The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe with, The Lady In Mink.  That episode first aired April 30, 1949.  Then, Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator brings us Scream For Murder, his case from July 19, 1953.

Sorry there’s no intro for this one – been a bit under the weather lately…

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This week on Case Closed, Dragnet presents its August 10, 1950 episode titled, The Big Actor.  After that, Philo Vance investigates The Butler Murder Case.  That story originally aired February 15, 1949.

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On this episode of Case Closed, Broadway Is My Beat opens the show with their story from May 19, 1950 titled, The Jane Arnold Murder Case.  After that, Sherlock Holmes brings us A Case Of Identity, an episode from 1948.

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On Case Closed this week, Night Beat opens the show with their episode from September 4, 1950 titled, Old Home Week.  After that, Richard Diamond, Private Detective shares The Louis Spence Case, which first aired March 5, 1950.

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On this episode of Case Closed, we begin with Alan Ladd in Box 13.  We’ll hear the May 15, 1949 episode titled, Daytime Nightmare.  Next is Vincent Price as The Saint.  From that series we’ll hear It’s Snow Use, an episode from October 29, 1950.

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