In Man With a Camera
, Charles Bronson stars as Mike Kovac, a freelance photographer and former combat cameraman. On his assignments, Kovac encounters dangerous situations, hardened criminals, and puzzling mysteries. Using photo technology, hand-to-hand combat skills, and enigmatic charm, Kovac helps the innocent and exposes the guilty. Airing from 1958 to 1960, Man with a Camera
features an early-career Charles Bronson in one of his first leading roles. His breakout role in The Magnificent Seven
was filmed following cancellation of the series, and Bronson's rise to stardom would soon follow.
EYE WITNESS (1959): When Mike examines a photo taken during an armed robbery, he's convinced the police have arrested an innocent man for the crime. With James Flavin, Casey Walters.
LADY ON THE LOOSE (1958): A European heiress ditches her bodyguards to join Mike on a whirlwind tour of New York, but he's unaware of her dangerous medical condition. With Ludwig Stossel, Ivan Triesault, Gregory Gay.
THE PICTURE WAR (1960): When a gangster murders his accountant, Mike uses incriminating photographs in an attempt to get the mobster's girlfriend to testify against him. With James Flavin, Johnny Seven.
TOUCH OFF (1960): Mike poses as a torch man to expose a ring of arsonists. With James Flavin, Charles Horvath, Sebastian Cabot.