This time on Case Closed, Richard Diamond, Private Detective opens the show with The Elaine Tanner Case, his story from February 12, 1950. After that, it’s The Crime Club and their episode from July 10, 1947, Coney Island Nocturne.
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This Is Your FBI opens up this week’s episode of Case Closed. We’ll hear their case from June 27, 1947 titled, The Mysterious Fugitive. Then, Night Beat brings us Gunner’s Last Fight. That one first aired August 14, 1950.
Broadway Is My Beat is first up on this episode of Case Closed. We’ll hear The Ernie Cauldwell Murder Case from April 7, 1950. Next is Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar with his December 19, 1941 case, The Lucky Costa Matter.
This week, Let George Do It opens the show with his episode from July 26, 1948 titled, The Seven Murder. Then, Secrets Of Scotland Yard presents its episode, George Chapman…Poisoner, Publican, and Lady Killer.
This episode of Case Closed opens with The Big Picture from Dragnet. That one was first heard December 7, 1950. After that, we hear Sherlock Holmes in The Duke Of Hollywell, a story that aired in 1949.
Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator is up first this week on Case Closed. We’ll hear Angel Of Death, his case from January 5, 1955. After that, The Crime Club serves up its September 25, 1947 story, No Time For Murder.
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.
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.