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Monday, May 29, 2017--Memorial Day


"Crime Time in Prime Time"

6 p.m.

“Broadway Is My Beat” from April 12, 1952—“The Lois Conrad Murder Case”

“Police Headquarters” from 1932, episode 9—“Dope”

7 p.m.

“Dragnet” from April 13, 1954—“The Big Note”

“The Adventures of Superman” from March 22, 1940—“The Wolf v. The Yellow Mask”

8 p.m.

“Crime Files of Flamond” from April 18, 1944—“The Case of the Squealing Duck"

“Police Headquarters” from 1932, episode 10—“Life Insurance Scheme”

9 p.m.

“Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar” from April 19, 1959—“The Cautious Celebate Matter”

“Suspense!” from April 19, 1959—“See How He Runs”

10 p.m.

“Boston Blackie” from April 21, 1948—“Insurance and Wrecked Cars”

“The Adventures of Superman” from April 3, 1940—“The Emerald of the Incas"

11 p.m.

“Boston Blackie” from April 28, 1948—“The Bombing of Joe Ingalls”

“Unsolved Mysteries” from 1936, episode 17—“Cambridge Mystery

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