Remington Steele (1982–1987)
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License to Steele 

Female PI Laura Holt concocts a mastermind male detective so her failing agency can finally attract sexist clients. One assignment that results is the transport of the world's rarest gems, ... See full summary »

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Remington Steele / Ben Pearson
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Gordon Hunter
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Ben Pearson (as Phil Casnoff)
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Raymond Kessler
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Leo Neff (as John Francis)
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Female PI Laura Holt concocts a mastermind male detective so her failing agency can finally attract sexist clients. One assignment that results is the transport of the world's rarest gems, to hype the debut of a new car. Stalking Laura & the shipment is a mysterious charmer who claims he's a South African government agent. The auto's inventor demands that the fictional agency head, Remington Steele, personally supervise the jewels' arrival, putting Laura on the spot. Written by David Stevens

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1 October 1982 (USA)  »

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The exteriors of the Remington Steele Investigations office building are the Century Plaza Towers, 2000 Avenue of the Stars in Century City. They are a well-known and often used L.A. landmark. See more »

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Bernice Foxe: [to "Ben Pearson"] Would you like some coffee? I'll make a fresh pot. Uh... or tea perhaps. I'll make some fresh water.
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Referenced in Remington Steele: Beg, Borrow or Steele (1986) See more »

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The plot is so sweet
1 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm sure there are flaws, but besides praising the plot, can I just say, Laura Holt was so smitten at the end.

And that makes me forget whatever imperfections there were, if any.

The way Laura wanted to know if "he" will call, and disappointed when told "he won't". The way, after she ushered the client into "Mr. Steele's office" and hearing him greet "Mr. Steele", she was so happy she didn't know what to do, and her smile when she saw "Mr. Steele" sitting at the desk.

It all seemed so perfect a start.

Wow, I'm smitten too.


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