This very short lived series ran originally on CBS and was picked up by DuMont before being cancelled after 13 episodes. Surprisingly well done and unlike most shows of the era was filmed and doesn’t just exist as kinescopes. Although some quality is lost by compression to YouTube this is taken from 16mm and should have more detail than most bargain basement versions floating around. Episode title is “Shoot The Works”. This was filmed in 1949 but not broadcast until 1952… Enjoy!
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Car 54, Where Are You?, an Americansitcom that aired on NBC from September 1961 to April 1963, is the story of two New York City police officers based in the fictional 53rd precinct in The Bronx. Car 54 was their patrol car. The series was filmed in black-and-white and had a rotating group of directors, including Al De Caprio, Stanley Prager, and series creator Nat Hiken — who helmed several episodes. Filming was on location, and at Biograph Studios in the Bronx.
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Gunn is hired by a jazz club owner to prove one of his musicians has been framed for murder, but the musician’s lawyer doesn’t want Gunn’s assistance.
Creator: Blake Edwards
Stars: Craig Stevens, Herschel Bernardi, Lola Albright Cast Craig Stevens as Peter Gunn Herschel Bernardi as Lieutenant Jacoby Lola Albright as Edie Hart Bill Chadney as Emmett Hope Emerson as Mother Minerva Urecal as Mother James Lanphier as Leslie Billy Barty as Babby Morris D. Erby as Sergeant Davis Dick Crockett as 1st Gunman Ned Glass as Sylvester Herbert Ellis as Wilbur Gene Coogan as Club Patron