Lt. Frank Dain worked for the California State Police as a dogged investigator of missing persons cases. No one was better at piecing together clues and solving mysteries, as Dain's cases took him all over the Golden State.
Glenn Garth Gregory possessed a terrific weapon: a photographic memory. This made him an easy recruit into the Delphi Bureau, a government intelligence agency answerable only to the President of the United States. Even though Gregory never really warmed up to the idea of being a spy, he was a good one, battling a number of nefarious foes and using his photographic memory to decode mysterious messages. His contact was a middle-aged Washington debutante named Sybil. Written by
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Saw one episode, and for a spy series, it's quite uninspiring. The photographic mind could have been a good concept, but the hero is drab and irritating (the particular episode I saw involve him being escorted by Chinese martial arts expert; the sexual tension between could have been developed. Instead, the whole thing turned into a bad standup/straight woman routine). Yes, there was a fight scene, a chase scene and shooting scenes. still, the hour wasn't worth it.
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