Walter Nichols, an older and experienced lawyer, serves as a mentor to two attorney brothers. Brian is the more cerebral sibling, better at research. The younger Neil is impulsive and prone...
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Walter Nichols, an older and experienced lawyer, serves as a mentor to two attorney brothers. Brian is the more cerebral sibling, better at research. The younger Neil is impulsive and prone towards difficult cases.The three men combine their varied talents into creating a successful law firm.
This was one of four elements under the "Bold Ones" umbrella title. Originally, it would air every four weeks. However, by its final season it was alternating every two weeks with The Bold Ones: The New Doctors (1969). See more »
A kind of time capsule on social issues with good stars
I'm surprised there is no other review of this ambitious 1969-72 show, so I'll add one. This series was an effort by NBC to address many social and political issues that were roiling the nation in the late 1960s. The three stars make it worth watching: I especially like Burl Ives and Joe Campanella. Good guest stars of the period too. A dvd set of the series is available. I usually like lighter fare than the serious subjects here, but I recommend the series to anyone who is a fan of Ives, Campanella or Farentino. You can see a lot of them at a reasonable price for the dvd set.
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