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    This Man Dawson

    This Man Dawson

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    (ended 1960)
    This Man Dawson told the story of Colonel Frank Dawson, U.S. Marine Corps, ret., who got the job of cleaning up an extremely corrupt big city police force, often, with no support of those around him.moreless
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    Sam Benedict

    Sam Benedict

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    NBC (ended 1963)
    Sam Benedict was a lawyer show starring Edmond O'Brein, based on the career of famous attorney Jake Ehrlich, who served as a technical consultant to the show.
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    The Young Marrieds

    The Young Marrieds

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    ABC (ended 1966)
    A group of newlyweds dealing with their martial problems in Queen's Point, a suburb of an unknown city which was later assumed to be Port Charles, setting for General Hospital.
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    Dante

    Dante

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    NBC (ended 1961)
    Dante is Willie Dante, a one time gambler and high roller, who is now the owner of "Dante's Inferno", a San Francisco nightclub.

    Though he claims his old persona is behind him, many, including the police and the local crooks, think his shady days aren't over with yet, especially with the way things keep happening at the Inferno.moreless
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    This Is The Life

    This Is The Life

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    (ended 1988)
    Welcome to the This Is The Life guide at TV.com. Long-running religious program examining contemporary moral problems and their Christian solutions, in the early years as a drama series featuring the Fisher Family and in the later years as an anthology series with a different set of characters each week. Dramatic plays, musical performances, religious leaders and journalists, artists and political figures appeared on this program (Broadcast on Sunday mornings, first in syndication and later on NBC.)moreless
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    Acapulco

    Acapulco

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    NBC (ended 1961)
    Acapulco was a series that featured the exploits of Patrick Malone and Gregg Miles, two former Korean War Buddies turned thrill-seeking Acapulco beach combers and part-time body guards. In a very unusual move, the show was inexplicably reformatted in mid-season from the show Klondike using the same lead cast members. It would only continue for 8 more episodes.moreless
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    Bellbird

    Bellbird

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    ABC1 (ended 1977)
    Set in a quiet country town in Victoria, Australia, Bellbird follow the lives and loves of the local population. The towns people would always end up at the local pub, run by Marge and Jim Bacon.moreless
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    199 Park Lane

    199 Park Lane

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    BBC (ended 1965)
    This British series followed the lives of a group of people who lived in a rather exclusive block of flats.
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    The Roaring 20's

    The Roaring 20's

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    ABC (ended 1962)
    The Roaring Twenties was an attempt by ABC to strike gold a second time after the success of The Untouchables on the network. It featured a Prohibition Era setting and concerned the adventures of two newspaper reporters, Pat Garrison and Scott Norris, in ferreting out various kinds of corruption that existed during that period. Pat and Scott were aided by nightclub singer Pinky Pinkham, copy boy Chris Higbee, and various others. Rex Reason, who played Scott Norris, departed the series after its first season and was replaced by John Dehner as Jim "Duke" Williams. Dorothy Provine, who played Pinky Pinkham, was well-received by the critics for her singing and acting in this series but it was all for naught. The Roaring 20's aired in a suicidal timeslot on Saturday nights opposite Perry Mason on CBS and Bonanza on NBC. This less than desirable timeslot led to the show's cancellation after 45 filmed episodes and a year and a half on the air.moreless
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    Seaway

    Seaway

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    CBC (ended 1966)
    Stories of the Special Police on The Saint Lawrence Seaway.
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    Division 4

    Division 4

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    The Nine Network (ended 1975)
    Australian police series made by Crawford Productions. Set at busy Yarra Central police station, in a bayside Melbourne area, Division 4 depicted the everyday meat-and-potatoes police work done by the uniformed and Criminal Investigation (plainclothes) branches, whose day's work could include everything from shoplifting to murder. Born out of the success of Homicide, Division 4 was not only every bit as successful, it went on to at times out-rate its sister series. Gerard Kennedy picked up back-to-back TV Week Gold Logies for his portrayal of Senior Detective Frank Banner, while the series was also the first starring vehicle for Terence Donovan, and saw the first regular series role by Andrew McFarlane.moreless
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    Scales of Justice

    Scales of Justice

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    Channel 4 (ended 1967)
    This was one of a number of similar crime dramas of the period, made for theatrical release between 1962 and 1967. It finally reached a television audience on Channel 4 in the 1980s.moreless
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    The Survivors (1969)

    The Survivors (1969)

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    ABC (ended 1970)
    The actual title of this show was "Harold Robbins' The Survivors," as it was created by the pop fiction writer. The show concerned the wealthy Carlisle family, owners of a large private bank in Manhattan.moreless
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    Full Circle

    Full Circle

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    CBS (ended 1961)
    The first daytime soap to air live from Hollywood, its main character, Gary Donovan, searched for romance and adventure in Crowder, Virginia. He eventually got it at the end.
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    Ben Jerrod

    Ben Jerrod

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    NBC (ended 1963)
    the first network soap opera in color
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    Our Private World

    Our Private World

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    CBS (ended 1965)
    Welcome to the Our Private World guide at TV.com. This show was a CBS night time soap spinoff of the popular daytime soap As The World Turns with it's popular character Lisa Hughes played by Eileen Fulton. Since it was a soap opera the show ran on Wednesday nights and continued Friday nights. The show began May 5, 1965 and ran until September 10, 1965.moreless
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    Consider Your Verdict

    Consider Your Verdict

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    Seven Network (ended 1963)
    Australian dramatic series
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    The First Lady

    The First Lady

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    BBC (ended 1969)
    British political drama
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    Gazette

    Gazette

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    ITV (ended 1968)
    British military drama
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    Hidden Faces

    Hidden Faces

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    NBC (ended 1969)
    Arthur Adams was a solider turned lawyer who fell in love with Katherine Logan, a former surgeon charged with murder. aired opposite Let's Make a Deal (ABC) and As the World Turns (CBS).moreless
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