Harry O (1973–1976)
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A young widow has a malpractice suit against the doctor who was treating her deceased husband, but after she is threatened by two men to drop the suit, her mother hires Harry to look into ... See full summary »

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Ethel Martel
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Dr. Lusk (as Normann Burton)
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Gloria Ross
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Ed Wilkie
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Paul Rosenman
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A young widow has a malpractice suit against the doctor who was treating her deceased husband, but after she is threatened by two men to drop the suit, her mother hires Harry to look into the Dr.'s past. Dead bodies begin piling up around Orwell, including Spence, his auto mechanic. The investigation leads Harry into the world of organized crime, hit-men and the safe-deposit box of the deceased husband. Written by Clintessence

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29 April 1976 (USA)  »

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Harry Orwell: How do you itemize $237.10? Well that's the price they charged me for the stone and to carve, "Here lies the man Harry Orwell owes."
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The end of a great series
4 April 2016 | by See all my reviews

A great series comes to an end with an uneven episode.

Harry is hired to investigate the doctor of a recently deceased old man. His widow has sued the doctor for malpractice. David Janssen continues to be eminently watchable. And Ruth Roman, who plays the mother-in-law of the deceased, is actually pretty good. She's funny. However, Denise Galik, the young widow, is like a block of wood. And the case is solved after an extended car and foot chase. It's too bad. A car chase shouldn't be the lasting image of Harry O. Harry's defining qualities are his intelligence and introspection. The very last scene that wraps up the series, though, is a good one. It's a show of Harry's sentimentality, which is fitting.

Harry O was a unique character and David Janssen played him perfectly. He had a great costar in Anthony Zerbe. And Farrah Fawcett was sweet as Sue. The clothes and the plots may be dated, but the character and ultimately the show have stood the test of time.


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