The story of Babe Didrickson, who won two gold medals in track and field at the 1932 Olympics and returned to become a world champion golfer, her battles to be accepted as a woman in a ... See full summary »
Basically an updating of Gene Barry's "Amos Burke, Secret Agent" character, Gene Bradley is a wealthy government agent, who, posing as an American movie star, travels the globe in search of adventure, intrigue and danger.
This series which was initially a television movie about modelling. The character of Racine, the modelling agent, is there. As are the two young models, Taryn Blake, who has been modelling ... See full summary »
On their way home from Brooklyn psychiatrist Vic, daughter Julie and sister Stacey run short of gas. They leave they highway to search a petrol station - but end up erring around in South ... See full summary »
Nick McCarren and Jack Rado work far from the glamorous area of Los Angeles, donning oddball outfits working undercover. The headquarters in the seedy area is a business run by out George Grinsky, and they report to Captain Wes Biddle.
Rich socialite Chantal marries Eugene, a photographer, and everything seems blissful until her envious friend attempts to break them up. In desperation, she turns to her mother, but the advice she receives may do more harm than good.
Tony Petrocelli is an Italian-American Harvard-educated lawyer who gave up the big money and frenetic pace of major-metropolitan life to practice in a sleepy city in the American Southwest.... See full summary »
Toni "Feather" Danton was a gorgeous Los Angeles attorney with the firm of Huffaker, Danton and Binkwell who often turned to her con man father Harry for assistance in investigating crimes. "Feather" and Harry often sought to "sting" the bad guys into giving themselves up; on those occasions, they turned to Harry's old partners (including Michael, Murphy, Enzo, Margo & Lou) for help, sometimes using disguises and elaborate playacting.Written by
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This was one of the most delightful series of that time. My then wife and I always enjoyed watching it and were shocked that it was canceled so soon. With the three alphabet networks then having a lock on our choices of entertainment, a lot of series bit the dust before getting a chance to get the kinks out and this was one of them.
One had to have watched "The Sting", which Harold Gould had been in, to really get what F And FG was about. He was the perfect con man character and she was the perfect brains to keep him on the straight and narrow to accomplish the mission. Maybe they needed better writing and direction or maybe it should have been in a rotating series setup like Colombo, McCloud, and McMillan and Wife where a good story could be done in two hours. It would work today since there are so many networks where it would be picked up and given time to develop. Maybe someone with one of the cable networks will give it a try. It worked well with Leverage. Both of these shows ended too soon. Rest in peace, Mr. Gould.
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