Richard Diamond is a suave private investigator, who, at first, walks the mean streets of New York City, then later packs up and moves to Los Angeles, California, where he tools around in a... See full summary »
Chinese-American detective Charlie Chan is called in to help solve baffling cases, aided by his #1 son. The first five episodes were filmed in the US, then production switched to the UK for the rest of the series.
Colonel Terry Lee travels to the orient in search of a gold mine left to him by his grandfather. While searching, he is a pilot employed by a "no questions asked" airline run by Chopstick ... See full summary »
A little B-picture that M-G-M tossed out, barely promoted and forgot about but one that is better than some of the A-dross from Leo in the same era. Shelley Winters, after an absence of 15 ... See full summary »
Always liked Alan Hale Jnr. and in this, his first TV series he doesn't disappoint, playing his usual jovial, laughing self, it's a fun husband/wife adventure, not too serious, and although he's big enough to handle trouble if need be, Hale prefers to talk his way out of situations if he can. Lots of exotic locales, Hollywood back lot style, the charisma between Alan and Randy Stuart is good, not forced in any way and you could imagine them as a real married couple, which is a large part of the charm of these kind of shows.It's a shame this show didn't last beyond it's 26 episodes, and also that only 8 seem to have survived for DVD release.
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