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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Final season theme song for 77 Sunset Strip was a winner
16 June 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

To Samurray: You are right on the money about the new theme song for the final season of 77 Sunset Strip. It's one of the best ever. I don't know of any source for this on CD, but I have an old 33 1/3 rpm vinyl record called Top TV Themes of 1964, and that's one of them, as performed by a Warner Bros. orchestra. It is truly stirring and exciting and should be better preserved. Best of luck finding a copy. Clearly, the show was taking an entirely new direction in this season, with only Efrem Zimbalist Jr. remaining from the original cast. The show took a far more serious tone and even opened its final season with a five-part storyline -- almost unheard of for a network series at that time. And again, the theme song drove home this new approach and new tone. So glad someone else recognizes it as such. Thanks.


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