Re your comment below:
"Shows like MARTIN KANE, RICHARD DIAMOND, MAN AGAINST CRIME, BOSTON BLACKIE, et al -- they all had their moments, but the interest for modern viewers is more historical than anything (though that can be fun, too).."
Have you (or anyone else on the list) ever seen the revived MAN AGAINST CRIME, which was done on film rather than live and had Frank Lovejoy replacing Ralph Bellamy in the lead?
Always liked Lovejoy. He did a pretty good late '50's show called MEET McGRAW in which he played a kind of "odd-jobs" guy who roamed from town to town essentially acting as an unlicensed PI.
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