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Calling All Cars aired from 29 Nov 1933 until 8 Sep 1939 and originated on the West coast over the Columbia Broadcasting System. The show was sponsored by the Rio Grande Oil Company which was a part of the Sinclair Oil Corporation. The show only ran in areas where Rio Grande "Cracked" gasoline was sold.

The writer-director of the show was William N Robson. Each episode was dramatization of a true crime story, how each crime was solved and justice served. Episodes were introdu… Continue Reading >>
CALLING ALL CARS

Calling All Cars aired from 29 Nov 1933 until 8 Sep 1939 and originated on the West coast over the Columbia Broadcasting System. The show was sponsored by the Rio Grande Oil Company which was a part of the Sinclair Oil Corporation. The show only ran in areas where Rio Grande "Cracked" gasoline was sold.

The writer-director of the show was William N Robson. Each episode was dramatization of a true crime story, how each crime was solved and justice served. Episodes were introduced mainly by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department. Sgt Jesse Rosenquist, a police dispatcher was a part of the entire run of the series.






From the Old Time Radio Researchers Group. See "Notes" Section below for more information on the OTRR.

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The Grinning Skull | Calling All Cars - Single Episodes | Audio CALLING ALL CARS

Calling All Cars aired from 29 Nov 1933 until 8 Sep 1939 and originated on the West coast over the Columbia Broadcasting System. The show was sponsored by the Rio Grande Oil Company which was a part of the Sinclair Oil Corporation. The show only ran in areas where Rio Grande "Cracked" gasoline was sold.

The writer-director of the show was William N Robson. Each episode was dramatization of a true crime story, how each crime was solved and justice served. Episodes were introduced mainly by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department. Sgt Jesse Rosenquist, a police dispatcher was a part of the entire run of the series.






From the Old Time Radio Researchers Group. See "Notes" Section below for more information on the OTRR.

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The Phantom Radio | Calling All Cars - Single Episodes | Audio CALLING ALL CARS

Calling All Cars aired from 29 Nov 1933 until 8 Sep 1939 and originated on the West coast over the Columbia Broadcasting System. The show was sponsored by the Rio Grande Oil Company which was a part of the Sinclair Oil Corporation. The show only ran in areas where Rio Grande "Cracked" gasoline was sold.

The writer-director of the show was William N Robson. Each episode was dramatization of a true crime story, how each crime was solved and justice served. Episodes were introduced mainly by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department. Sgt Jesse Rosenquist, a police dispatcher was a part of the entire run of the series.






From the Old Time Radio Researchers Group. See "Notes" Section below for more information on the OTRR.

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The Turtle Necked Murderer | Calling All Cars - Single Episodes | Audio CALLING ALL CARS

Calling All Cars aired from 29 Nov 1933 until 8 Sep 1939 and originated on the West coast over the Columbia Broadcasting System. The show was sponsored by the Rio Grande Oil Company which was a part of the Sinclair Oil Corporation. The show only ran in areas where Rio Grande "Cracked" gasoline was sold.

The writer-director of the show was William N Robson. Each episode was dramatization of a true crime story, how each crime was solved and justice served. Episodes were introduced mainly by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department. Sgt Jesse Rosenquist, a police dispatcher was a part of the entire run of the series.






From the Old Time Radio Researchers Group. See "Notes" Section below for more information on the OTRR.

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The Unwritten Law | Calling All Cars - Single Episodes | Audio CALLING ALL CARS

Calling All Cars aired from 29 Nov 1933 until 8 Sep 1939 and originated on the West coast over the Columbia Broadcasting System. The show was sponsored by the Rio Grande Oil Company which was a part of the Sinclair Oil Corporation. The show only ran in areas where Rio Grande "Cracked" gasoline was sold.

The writer-director of the show was William N Robson. Each episode was dramatization of a true crime story, how each crime was solved and justice served. Episodes were introduced mainly by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department. Sgt Jesse Rosenquist, a police dispatcher was a part of the entire run of the series.






From the Old Time Radio Researchers Group. See "Notes" Section below for more information on the OTRR.

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Murder on the Left | Calling All Cars - Single Episodes | Audio CALLING ALL CARS

Calling All Cars aired from 29 Nov 1933 until 8 Sep 1939 and originated on the West coast over the Columbia Broadcasting System. The show was sponsored by the Rio Grande Oil Company which was a part of the Sinclair Oil Corporation. The show only ran in areas where Rio Grande "Cracked" gasoline was sold.

The writer-director of the show was William N Robson. Each episode was dramatization of a true crime story, how each crime was solved and justice served. Episodes were introduced mainly by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department. Sgt Jesse Rosenquist, a police dispatcher was a part of the entire run of the series.






From the Old Time Radio Researchers Group. See "Notes" Section below for more information on the OTRR.

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Seventy-Four Day Stakeout | Calling All Cars - Single Episodes | Audio CALLING ALL CARS

Calling All Cars aired from 29 Nov 1933 until 8 Sep 1939 and originated on the West coast over the Columbia Broadcasting System. The show was sponsored by the Rio Grande Oil Company which was a part of the Sinclair Oil Corporation. The show only ran in areas where Rio Grande "Cracked" gasoline was sold.

The writer-director of the show was William N Robson. Each episode was dramatization of a true crime story, how each crime was solved and justice served. Episodes were introduced mainly by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department. Sgt Jesse Rosenquist, a police dispatcher was a part of the entire run of the series.






From the Old Time Radio Researchers Group. See "Notes" Section below for more information on the OTRR.

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The Holy Twenty-One | Calling All Cars - Single Episodes | Audio CALLING ALL CARS

Calling All Cars aired from 29 Nov 1933 until 8 Sep 1939 and originated on the West coast over the Columbia Broadcasting System. The show was sponsored by the Rio Grande Oil Company which was a part of the Sinclair Oil Corporation. The show only ran in areas where Rio Grande "Cracked" gasoline was sold.

The writer-director of the show was William N Robson. Each episode was dramatization of a true crime story, how each crime was solved and justice served. Episodes were introduced mainly by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department. Sgt Jesse Rosenquist, a police dispatcher was a part of the entire run of the series.






From the Old Time Radio Researchers Group. See "Notes" Section below for more information on the OTRR.

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The Greasy Trail | Calling All Cars - Single Episodes | Audio CALLING ALL CARS

Calling All Cars aired from 29 Nov 1933 until 8 Sep 1939 and originated on the West coast over the Columbia Broadcasting System. The show was sponsored by the Rio Grande Oil Company which was a part of the Sinclair Oil Corporation. The show only ran in areas where Rio Grande "Cracked" gasoline was sold.

The writer-director of the show was William N Robson. Each episode was dramatization of a true crime story, how each crime was solved and justice served. Episodes were introduced mainly by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department. Sgt Jesse Rosenquist, a police dispatcher was a part of the entire run of the series.






From the Old Time Radio Researchers Group. See "Notes" Section below for more information on the OTRR.

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Skeleton in the Desert | Calling All Cars - Single Episodes | Audio CALLING ALL CARS

Calling All Cars aired from 29 Nov 1933 until 8 Sep 1939 and originated on the West coast over the Columbia Broadcasting System. The show was sponsored by the Rio Grande Oil Company which was a part of the Sinclair Oil Corporation. The show only ran in areas where Rio Grande "Cracked" gasoline was sold.

The writer-director of the show was William N Robson. Each episode was dramatization of a true crime story, how each crime was solved and justice served. Episodes were introduced mainly by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department. Sgt Jesse Rosenquist, a police dispatcher was a part of the entire run of the series.






From the Old Time Radio Researchers Group. See "Notes" Section below for more information on the OTRR.

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The Grinning Skull | Calling All Cars - Single Episodes | Audio CALLING ALL CARS

Calling All Cars aired from 29 Nov 1933 until 8 Sep 1939 and originated on the West coast over the Columbia Broadcasting System. The show was sponsored by the Rio Grande Oil Company which was a part of the Sinclair Oil Corporation. The show only ran in areas where Rio Grande "Cracked" gasoline was sold.

The writer-director of the show was William N Robson. Each episode was dramatization of a true crime story, how each crime was solved and justice served. Episodes were introduced mainly by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department. Sgt Jesse Rosenquist, a police dispatcher was a part of the entire run of the series.






From the Old Time Radio Researchers Group. See "Notes" Section below for more information on the OTRR.

Listen to thousands of Old Time Radio shows and episodes. Have you heard an amazing nostalgic moment from The Grinning Skull? You can quickly make snippets of your favorite moments from Calling All Cars - Single Episodes or clip out those classic Old Time Radio commercials for a window into advertising history. Make a playlist of your favorite episodes and highlights and share it with your friends and family. Download the Vurbl app and listen, snip or save The Grinning Skull.
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