This week, our hour begins with Night Beat. We’ll hear The Juvenile Gangster, their episode from June 26, 1950. That’s followed up with Night Watch, and an episode from September 9, 1954 featuring the stories of a Western Union Holdup Suspect And Gambling Raid.
Browsing: Case Closed!
This week on Case Closed, Pete Kelly’s Blues starts us off with the September 19, 1951 episode titled, The Dutchman. After that, Boston Blackie brings us The Stolen Rare Book. That story first aired September 3, 1946.
Case Closed begins with Pat Novak For Hire this week. We’ll hear the March 13, 1949 episode, Reuben Callaway’s Pictures. Sherlock Holmes follows with, The Disappearing Scientists, a story which first aired sometime in 1946.
Broadway Is My Beat is up first this week with, The Steve Courtney Murder Case, first heard June 23, 1950. After that, Rogue’s Gallery brings us The Triangle Murder Case. That one aired February 21, 1946.
Case Closed begins with Mr. And Mrs. North this week. We’ll hear Death In The Dark, which first aired March 25, 1952. Then, The Crime Club brings us Death Never Doubles, their episode from June 26, 1947.
This week, Crime And Peter Chambers opens the show with its May 11, 1954 episode titled, Old Man Krause’s Newsstand. After that, WHItehall-1212 brings us The Case Of Sidney Wolfe, an episode from May 15, 1952.
Nick Carter, Master Detective opens this week’s Case Closed with Murder In The Crypt, an episode from August 2, 1943. Then, Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator brings us Murder By Three’s, his story from October 8, 1952.
This week on Case Closed, Box 13 starts things off with their episode titled, Dan And The Wonderful Lamp. That one aired March 27, 1949. After that, Sherlock Holmes brings us The Bruce-Partington Plans, an episode from 1948.
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.
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.