The D.A. (1971)

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NBC (ended 1972)

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The D.A. (1971)

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Based on real cases from the files of the Los Angeles court system, The D.A. starred Robert Conrad and Harry Morgan as members of the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office, in another of Jack Webb's "based on reality" series.
Said to be personified after real life Charles Manson Clan prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi, Conrad plays hard as nails, no holds barred Deputy D.A. Paul Ryan, who isn't afraid of a fight, no matter how tough.
Critically acclaimed, the show couldn't stand up to the competition of The Brady Bunch and was cancelled after 15 episodes on NBC. It was replaced by Sanford And Son which became highly successful.
Harry Morgan

Harry Morgan

Chief Deputy D.A. "Staff" Stafford

Ned Romero

Ned Romero

D.A. Investigator Bob Ramirez

Robert Conrad

Robert Conrad

Deputy D.A. Paul Ryan

Julie Cobb

Julie Cobb

Public Defender Katherine Benson

Sharon Farrell

Sharon Farrell

Georgia Young