A district attorney is kidnapped by a criminal who then has a deranged doctor do something to him that leaves him with the mind of a child. His assistant seeks out a man who is only known ...
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A district attorney is kidnapped by a criminal who then has a deranged doctor do something to him that leaves him with the mind of a child. His assistant seeks out a man who is only known by the car he drives, a Stingray. He helps people who have problems and in return, they owe him a favor that he will collect later. Written by
As a tie-in for this show, Monogram Models made a plastic kit of the Black Corvette the main character drove. Unfortunately shortly after the kit's release the show was canceled, so the kit was re-released as Item #2724 '65 Corvette Street Machine. While the box changed you can still build a replica of the car from this show with this kit. See more »
there were two season of stingray--I was part of the 2nd season
I agree with your comments stingray did not get a fair shake. but they were two seasons of stingray. the 2nd season was filmed in Calgary Alberta Canada and I played in 7 different episodes including the last ever episode with Jeff Conway was the fun bad guy. This would have been my first experience in T.V. and that summer on the set was a fantastic time. I remember it was very strange to see so many people sit around doing nothing. In the last show that we taped, Nick Macuso kept forgetting his lines. The season would only be about 3 minutes long but we spend the whole day and of course it was the only day in the history of Calgary that it actually snowed in August which made very cold. So here I was playing a body guard and freezing buns off and Mr. Macuso was forgetting his lines. We redid that scene so many times that everybody on the set knew everybody lines. However, it seemed that Nick could not remember. I was a great overall experience and I had a chance to talk to Nick, at first I thought he was not that great of an actor, but once I seen his other work I started to enjoy his performance and every time he is in a show, I try my best to watch it. But to me Nick was and will also ways be Stingray. I am looking to purchase or rent the 1st or 2nd season since I have been out of show business and that was basically my only exposure it would be great to show my kids this series. if anybody knows where a person can get this series either 1st or 2nd season that would be great. Vittorio
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