Stuart Bailey, now operating a one-man detective agency, is summoned to New York by Vincent Marion. Marion wants Bailey to buy his late younger brother Andy's way to heaven -- by making ... See full summary »

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Stuart Bailey, now operating a one-man detective agency, is summoned to New York by Vincent Marion. Marion wants Bailey to buy his late younger brother Andy's way to heaven -- by making amends to those who Andy has wronged during a wasted life. Bailey must contend with a hostile New York City police detective and various characters whose motives are unclear. Bailey has $9,000 that Andy Marion left. But Andy's debts likely far outweigh the money. One mystery is Carla Stevens, who is following the detective. As the first part ends, Bailey lies in the basement of an apartment building after having been attacked by a thug. Written by Bill Koenig

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20 September 1963 (USA)  »

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The 77 Sunset Strip theme song is not played at the beginning or end of the program. See more »

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A good way to sink a successful show
23 September 2017 | by (Miami) – See all my reviews

Only Efrem Z. remains as the show dumps all of its great supporting cast and sunny LA locations and (partly) moves to a drab, Micky Spillane-style of Manhattan, the rest studio locations. His search for answers in the case of a hit and run leads him all over Europe in 5 badly-written, excruciating episodes. The only redemption: great guest stars and some interesting New York City cinematography that is reminiscent of Naked City, only the producers of NC did it much better. I lost track of the number of times Efrem virtually allows himself to be hit on the head in this forgotten mini-series within a series but it comes close to a season of Mannix.


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