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.
BLACK LIGHT (1959): Mike is sent to a dangerous precinct to photograph a murderous syndicate in action. With Ann Baker, John Pickard; Directed by Paul Landres.
HOT ICE CREAM (1960): A candid photograph of a murder draws Mike into an investigation at an amusement park. With Lawrence Tierney, Yvonne Craig, Roscoe Ates; Directed by Paul Landres.
MISSING (1959): Kovac travels to Mexico to investigate the unexplained disappearance of a detective's wife. With Steve Brodie, Wendell Holmes, Ce Ce Whitney; Directed by Gene Fowler Jr.
THE POSITIVE NEGATIVE (1959): A mobster is inadvertently photographed by a nightclub camera girl, and his gunmen will go to any lengths to get their hands on the negative. With Anthony Caruso, Susan Cummings; Directed by Paul Landres.