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Rare TV Crime Classics: Martin Kane / Paris Precinct / Public Prosecutor / N.O.P.D.

A collection of rare police shows from the 1950s.
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DVD-R Details

  • Run Time: 1 hours, 34 minutes
  • Video: Black & White
  • Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
  • Released:
  • Originally Released: 1950
  • Label: Alpha Video

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N.O.P.D. (1956): Inspector Victor Beaujac and his partner John Conroy comb the underworld in search of a notorious narcotics dealer who's just added murder to his list of crimes. Filmed on location in the Big Easy, this forgotten series features cases taken directly from the files of the New Orleans Police Department. Starring Stacy Harris, Louis J. Sirgo.

PUBLIC PROSECUTOR (1951) - The Case of the Devil's Heart: Stephen Allen investigates the strange death of Tommy Davidson, the son of a millionaire who also died under mysterious circumstances. A rare orchid and a children's nursery rhyme prove to be the keys to solving the crime. Director Lew Landers helmed such horror classics as The Raven (1935) and The Return of the Vampire (1944), both starring Bela Lugosi. Starring John Howard, Anne Gwynne.

PARIS PRECINCT (1955) - Two Blind Men: Inspectors Beaumont and Bolbec, members of the Paris "Criminal Brigade," attempt to nab the culprit who murdered a blind beggar on a subway platform. Starring Louis Jourdan, Claude Dauphin.

MARTIN KANE, PRIVATE EYE (1953) - Subway Switch: A boarding-house resident is brutally murdered and Kane is charged with ferreting out the killer. "Martin Kane, Private Eye" aired live on NBC from 1949-'54 and earned an Emmy nomination in 1953 as "Best Mystery, Action or Adventure Program." Starring Lee Tracy, Walter Kinsella.

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  • Sales Rank: 4,051
  • UPC: 089218718990
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