Encyclopedia of Early Television Crime Fighters

Encyclopedia of Early Television Crime Fighters

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Any episode of a crime or mystery series involves some or all of the following: the perpetration of a crime; its investigation; the analytical process which involves the determination of the villain; the arrest and trial of the culprit; and the handing out of the appropriate punishment. Such series involving the exploits of a wide variety of courageous heroes and heroines were very popular during the 1950s, and they featured a host of actors and actresses, including famous television detectives (e.g., Raymond Burr), those famous in other genres (e.g., Boris Karloff, Charles Bronson), and over 250 other players with recurring roles. This reference work lists every player who had a regular role in a crime or mystery series during the early era of television. All covered series offered live or filmed episodes of a crime or mystery nature, and all were shown on American television. All series had either regular stars or a recognizable host. Entries cover the player's real name, family information and education; how the player originally broke into show business; the player's career preceding the series; and his or her marriage, children, death date, and film and television credits. Appendices provide a catalog of American mystery series and a list of regular mystery series players whose roles began after December 31, 1959.All Regular Cast Members in American Crime and Mystery Series, 1948-1959 Everett Aaker. 111. Shadow of the Cloak USA June 6, 1951- April 3, 1952 DuMont Productions. DuMont, 39 episodes. B/W Film, Vi hour. ... The Thin Man USA Sept.

Title:Encyclopedia of Early Television Crime Fighters
Author:Everett Aaker
Publisher:McFarland & Company Incorporated Pub - 2006


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