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Richard Diamond, Private Detective 1957 TV Series on DVD

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Classified Id LRTSQUWH
Asking Price $ 125.00 USD per item
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Renewed Date29-Apr-2015 04:17:42 AM EST
Expiration Date 28-Jun-2015 04:17:42 AM EST
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Nicholas member since 01-apr-2009
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View Richfield Classifieds Richfield, Utah, USA
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David Janssen stars as Diamond, a hard-boiled private detective in the film noir tradition. His secretary, Sam, was shown only from the waist down to display her beautiful legs. Initially, these were the legs of Mary Tyler Moore, but later, the legs of other actresses were seen. Russ Conway appeared occasionally as Lieutenant Pete Kile during the final season.

At one point during the three-year run, the show's setting was moved from New York City to Los Angeles.
Original music by Frank De Vol included the theme for the first and second seasons. The third season featured a jazz score by Pete Rugolo, including a new theme. The final theme was by Richard Shores.

Guest stars included Chris Alcaide, Phyllis Avery (three times), Francis De Sales, Don Keefer, and Joyce Meadows.
In the last part of the final season, the series was aired opposite Kate Smith's attempted return to network television, The Kate Smith Show on CBS.
Syndicated rebroadcasts of the series were retitled Call Mr. D.

Video/Audio quality of each episode is truly very good for such a rare series. 7/10

Each DVD comes with custom professional disc artwork!!

DVDs are Region 0 or FREE so they will play worldwide

Standard NTSC Video Format

13 DVD Set containing 75 full episodes