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.
MUTE EVIDENCE: A doctor is brutally murdered and a deaf mute girl is the only witness to the crime. With Russ Conway and Susan George; Directed by Paul Landres
THE BIG SQUEEZE: A girlfriend of a murdered gangster has incriminating photos of high-ranking mobsters. The syndicate vows to murder Mike, if he fails to deliver the negatives within 24 hours. With May Wynn and Robert Osterloh; Directed by Harold Schuster
THE FACE OF MURDER: On Death Row to photograph a convicted killer, Mike is taken hostage when the condemned man manages to break free. With Phillip Pine and Richard Wessel; Directed by Gerald Mayer
THE MAN BELOW: Hired to investigate the disappearance of a businessman, Kovac discovers a large insurance policy and a greedy wife. With Patricia Donahue and Frank Gerstle; Directed by Paul Landres