Case Closed! (old time radio)

Case Closed! (old time radio)


Crime stories from the golden age. Old Time Radio is filled with cops, robbers, and private investigators...Lets reopen the cases and hear these great stories again!


Mr. And Mrs. North and Adventures Of Sam Spade  

Mr. And Mrs. North are up first on this week’s Case Closed.  We’ll hear their story from December 15, 1953, Too Late To Die.  Then, it’s Sam And Psyche, from The Adventures Of Sam Spade.  That episode originally aired August 2, 1946. Download CaseClosed502

Mr. Keen and Rogue’s Gallery  

This week on Case Closed, Mr. Keen Tracer Of Lost Persons opens the show with its episode from June 15, 1950, The Skull And Crossbones Murder Case.  After that, we’ll hear Latin Type, from Rogue’s Gallery.  That story originally aired May 23, 1946. Download CaseClosed501

This Is Your FBI and Nero Wolfe  

This time on Case Closed, This Is Your FBI is up first with, The Sinister Souvenir.  That story originally aired February 1, 1946.  After that, we’ll hear The Phantom Fingers, from The New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe.  That episode was first heard January 26, 1951. Download CaseClosed500

Philip Marlowe and Nick Carter  

This week on Case Closed, The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe is up first with his story, The Uneasy Head.  That one aired June 6, 1950.  Then, it’s The Case Of The Crystal Prophecy, from Nick Carter, Master Detective. Download CaseClosed499

Stand By For Crime and Ellery Queen  

Stand By For Crime is up first on this week’s Case Closed.  We’ll hear their story from 1953 titled, Death On The Tracks.  Ellery Queen follows with his story, The Adventure Of Dead Man’s Cavern.  That episode aired April 15, 1944. Download CaseClosed498

Johnny Dollar and The Line-Up  

This week’s hour of radio crime begins with Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar, and his story titled, The Cuban Jewel Matter.  That one first aired September 19, 1951.  After that, we join The Line-Up for its September 10, 1951 episode titled, The Jane Doe Case. Download CaseClosed497

Dragnet and The Crime Club  

This week on Case Closed, Dragnet is up first with, The Big False Move.  That story aired May 17, 1953.  Then, it’s Sentence Of Death, from The Crime Club.  That episode originally aired October 9, 1947. Download CaseClosed496

New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe and Richard Diamond  

This week on Case Closed, The New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe starts things off with, The Beautiful Archer, his story from November 24, 1950.  Then, Richard Diamond, Private Detective brings us The Evans Farmer Case.  That episode originally aired August 23, 1950. Download CaseClosed495

Box 13 and T-Man  

Case Closed opens with Box 13 this week.  We’ll hear Round Robin, a story from August 14, 1949.  That’s followed by The Case Of The Bleeding Gold, the April 29, 1950, episode from T-Man. Download CaseClosed494

Broadway Is My Beat and Let George Do It  

This week on Case Closed, Broadway Is My Beat starts us off with The Elaine Hill Murder Case, an episode from April 21, 1950.  Then, it’s A School Of Sharks, on Let George Do It.  That episode aired January 7, 1952. Download CaseClosed493

Philip Marlowe and Michael Shayne  

This week on Case Closed, we begin with The Hard Way Out, the Novebmer 28, 1948, episode from The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe.  The Adventures Of Michael Shayne follows with his story The Ghost Of Moccasin Hill, an episode from April 9, 1945. Download CaseClosed492

Barrie Craig and Johnny Dollar  

This time on Case Closed, Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator takes us to Death’s Bargain Basement, an episode from August 10, 1954.  Then, it’s The Shayne Bombing Matter, from Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar.  That story first aired July 14, 1953. Download CaseClosed491

Jeff Regan, Investigator and Dragnet  

A double dose of Jack Webb on this week’s episode of Case Closed.  We begin with The Lady With No Name, from Jeff Regan, Investigator.  That story aired September 25, 1948.  Then, it’s The Big 38, the October 5, 1950, episode from Dragnet. Download CaseClosed490

The Casebook Of Gregory Hood and The Saint  

This week on Case Closed, we begin with The Double Diamond, from The Casebook Of Gregory Hood.  That story aired August 5, 1946.  Then, The Saint shares his episode from November 19, 1950, No Hiding Place. Download CaseClosed489

Richard Diamond and This Is Your FBI  

Case Closed begins with Richard Diamond, Private Detective this week.  From that series we’ll hear the episode from February 1, 1952, The Garrabaldi Case.  After that, we hear The Perilous Secret, from This Is Your FBI.  That episode originally aired April 14, 1950. Download CaseClosed488

21st Precinct and Boston Blackie  

This week on Case Closed, we begin with The Number from 21st Precinct.  That story aired October 13, 1954.  Then, Boston Blackie brings us his May 14, 1947, episode, Joe Adams Drowned. Download CaseClosed487

Marlowe and Carter  

The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe brings our first story on this week’s Case Closed.  It’s The Man On The Roof, from April 4, 1950.  After that, Nick Carter, Master Detective shares his case from March 4, 1944, titled, Death In The Pines. Download CaseClosed486

Broadway Is My Beat and Crime Classics  

This week on Case Closed, we begin with The Helen Selby Murder Case from Broadway Is My Beat.  That episode originally aired January 31, 1953.  Then, Crime Classics tells us of Old Six-Toes, a story first heard March 17, 1954. Download CaseClosed485

Sherlock Holmes and The Crime Club  

Sherlock Holmes opens this week’s Case Closed with his story, The Knife Of Vengeance.  That one aired in 1949.  Holmes is followed by The Crime Club, and their episode from June 19, 1947, Hearses Don’t Hurry. Download CaseClosed484

Night Beat and FBI In Peace And War  

This week on Case Closed, we begin with Night Beat and their story from July 24, 1950, The Devil’s Bible.  Then, The FBI In Peace And War tells the tale of The Handyman.  That episode originally aired December 22, 1954. Download CaseClosed483

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