Front Page Detective (1951–1953)

TV Series  |   |  Crime, Drama, Mystery
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A newspaper columnist who helps police solve especially difficult mysteries. The title derived from a popular mystery magazine of the same name.

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 David Chase / ... (35 episodes, 1951-1952)
Paula Drew ...
 Sharon Richards (22 episodes, 1951-1952)
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A newspaper columnist who helps police solve especially difficult mysteries. The title derived from a popular mystery magazine of the same name.

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detective | early television | See All (2) »

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6 July 1951 (USA)  »

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The final regular broadcast was on 19 September 1952, although DuMont aired a few more episodes in the fall of 1953. See more »

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Nothing Special, but not bad
10 January 2010 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I recently viewed an episode of this series called "Alibi for suicide". Production values are fair but a bit lacking, the script is fun and most of the cast acted well. In the episode, a man's wife commits suicide and tries to make it seem that he and his girlfriend killed her. It seems the man had wanted a divorce but the wife wouldn't let him do it. The episode runs about 25 minutes. The method in which the detective proves their innocence is among the strangest I've ever seen in a crime-drama. Unrealistic, maybe, but that hardly hurts the show. I hope to see more episodes of this series. Who knew bad manners could prove someone innocent?


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