(1960) Theater commercial (PSA): American Lung Association's Christmas Seals campaign, shown in theaters during intermission.
(1954) Print ad: Chesterfield cigarettes.
(1951-) It was Webb's hands that were seen dropping the hammer during the Mark VII logo sequence at the end "Dragnet"
(1968) and other series he produced.
(????) Unsold pilot: Produced a pilot for a proposed action series to be called "The Fighting Marines", based on true-life stories of the US Marine Corps.
(1959) Unsold pilot Produced a pilot for an adventure series to be called "The Black Cat", about a San Francisco-based newspaper reporter.
(1959) Unsold pilot: Hosted and starred in a pilot for an anthology series to be called, "Series I", which would have devoted episodes to a wide variety of adventure genres.
(1960) Unsold pilot: Produced a pilot for a proposed sitcom called "Calvin and Clyde" starring Arthur Walsh and Ben Morris.
(1961) Unsold pilot: Produced a pilot for a proposed sitcom about airline hostesses called "Coffee, Tea or Milk" starring Barbara Nichols
(1965) Unsold pilot: Produced a pilot for a series to be called "The Polly Bergen Show". The stories would have based on characters created by Patricia McGerr
in her Selena Mead stories.
(1970s) Narrated a training film for the US Postal Service entitled "Is It Worth It?", which detailed why Postal Service employees should not tamper with mail or steal from the US Postal Service
(1949-55) Radio: Starred and produced the police drama, "Dragnet". The series co-starred Barton Yarborough
and, later, Ben Alexander
. NOTE: For the last four years of its radio run, the program also aired on television with many of its radio scripts being reused for the TV series.
(1948) Radio: Starred in the radio series "Jeff Regan, Investigator", where he played a hard-boiled and underpaid operative of a private detective agency (CBS Radio).
(1947) Radio: Starred in the series "Johnny Madero, Pier 23". NOTE: It was almost identical in style and plot to Webb's earlier radio series "Pat Novak for Hire", but that program continued with a different star after Webb left San Francisco for Hollywood, so the network was forced to change the program's title.
(1946-47, 1949) Radio: Starred in "Pat Novak for Hire" initially a locally (San Francisco) produced radio series, where Webb's title character worked on the waterfront renting boats and worked as an unlicensed private detective. NOTE: Webb briefly resumed the series after moving to Los Angeles where his featured co-stars included Raymond Burr
and Tudor Owen
(1946-47) Radio: Hosted a musical/variety radio series from San Francisco, "The Jack Webb Show" (ABC Radio).
(1/13/53) Radio: Appeared in an episode of the "Martin an Lewis Show", in a comedy take-off of his show "Dragnet".
(5/20/57) Guested on the daytime program "Club Sixty".
(1951) Radio: Starred (as "Pete Kelly") in the series "Pete Kelly's Blues".
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