The Case of the Missing Lady from Partners in Crime was presented as the twelfth episode in the twenty-six episode anthology series Nash Airflyte Theatre on Thursday, December 7, 1950 (also publicised under the title of The Disappearance Of Mrs. Gordan). The 30-minute live transmission on CBS was at 10.30pm from New York City. The adaptation was written and directed by Marc Daniels.
There are differing accounts of who starred in the adaptation.
- Peter Haining states, in his book Agatha Christie: Murder in Four Acts, that the stars were Barbara Bel Geddes as Tuppence (here named Tuppence Blunt) and Lee Bowman as Tommy (here named Tommy Blunt).
- Other sources including IMDB state that the stars were Ronald Reagan and Cloris Leachman. Publicity stills of the episode seem to show Reagan and Leachman as well.
- Peter Haining, Agatha Christie: Murder in Four Acts (London: Vigin, 2010), 150-152.