The Delphi Bureau (1972–1973)
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Pilot 

Unrated | | Drama, Crime | Episode aired 6 March 1972
A government agent with a photographic memory is assigned to solve the disappearance of an entire fleet of old Air Force planes.

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Sybil Van Loween
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Matthew Keller
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Stokely
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Randy Jamison
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Charlie Taggert
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April Thompson
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Joe Dobkin
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Mrs. Loveless
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Luke
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Charlotte
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Sheriff Morgan
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Alice, the Boarder
Robert Osterloh ...
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A government agent with a photographic memory is assigned to solve the disappearance of an entire fleet of old Air Force planes.

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Drama | Crime

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Unrated
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6 March 1972 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Around commercial breaks, the lines of a limerick appear. Each line summarizes or anticipates an important plot point. The completed limerick is redisplayed just before the closing credits: From the Capitol came a young man... To uncover some worms in a can... So they con him - they frame him... For murder - they blame him... In turn - he eludes them... Pursues - then eschews them... 'Till he holds all the strings to their plan. THE END - more or less, Delphian! See more »

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Very clever TV-pilot-movie
16 February 2001 | by (Houston, TX) – See all my reviews

In this thinking person's spy-mystery-comedy, clever is the byword. Twists and turns, constantly thought-provoking word-play, and always keep your wits about you. Luckinbill, Holm, and Crane are all magnificent. And the supporting cast is uniformly terrific especially Jagger. But, this was a star-making opportunity for Luckinbill and he made the most he possibly could out of it. If you get a chance to see this minor, unpretentious fun mystery, you should do so.


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