An American general (Boone) and attorney Paul Welles (Stockwell) arrive in a revolt-torn Southeast Asian nation to find the truth about the ambush which killed the general's soldier-son. Information ...
A drug addict shoots a cop while burglarizing a drug store, then hijacks a car with a woman in it. He forces her to her job in a loan office after hours, but can't open the time-locked safe. He takes...
An anthology series starring Richard Boone as host and starred in about 50% of the shows. Each regular had parts in almost every episode and starred in at least one episode.Written by
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Too good. That's why it only lasted a season. My God, look at the players. Not a weak spot in the bunch. And, the writing! Fantastic. But, no trick guns, no canned laughter and no asinine sit skits. It was just too good. I believe I saw dang near every episode and loved each one. The players would change roles, Bobby Benson would be a drugged out drummer looking for a fix one week and then a Mexican fisherman who finds a big pearl. Even when the cast would shift into another completely different genre, they would shift around and support one another. One week Warren Stevens did a bit part as a night watchman and the next, he was a hired killer, then a soldier of fortune...as so on. This was undoubtedly some of the best theater ever presented on TV. Sadly, that's why is didn't go past one season...but, what a season!
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