Paris Precinct (1955– )

TV Series  -   -  Crime | Drama
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Two Paris police detectives, one older and more experienced and one young and eager, track down criminals and solve crimes in the "City of Lights".

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 Insp. Beaumont / ... (20 episodes, 1955)
Claude Dauphin ...
 Insp. Bolbec / ... (20 episodes, 1955)
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Two Paris police detectives, one older and more experienced and one young and eager, track down criminals and solve crimes in the "City of Lights". Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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paris france | france

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Crime | Drama

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3 April 1955 (USA)  »

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World Crime Hunt  »

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Produced by (MPTV), it was, like their Sherlock Holmes (1954), filmed in France, shot in English, and intended for American television. See more »

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16 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When's the last time French TV show was a hit in the US? This was it, in 1955. Two Parissienne detective solve crimes in ... uh ... Paris! They get about in Citroens and Pugeots. I think they saved one of them for Columbo. This show was at the same time as Dregnet and much more sophisticated (of course). The dialogue was all in English. Heavily accented. It appeared that the outdoor shots were done on location. This diversion from the typical US crime drama of the time (Dragnet, M Squad, etc.) led to a whole new genre of crime programming. "San Francisco Beat" was a direct descendant (if not a knock-off) of "Paris Precinct". I was very young (honest!) when this program was on, but really enjoyed it.


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