77 Sunset Strip

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77 Sunset Strip is an American television private detective drama series created by Roy Huggins and starring Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Roger Smith, Richard Long and Edd Byrnes. Each episode was one hour long including commercials. The show ran from 1958 to 1964.

77 Sunset Strip is an American television private detective drama series created by Roy Huggins and starring Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Roger Smith, Richard Long and Edd Byrnes. Each episode was one hour long including commercials. The show ran from 1958 to 1964.

Original Release

10/10/1958 on ABC

Cast

# Title Air Date
1 5: Part 1 Friday, 20 September 1963
2 5: Part 2 Friday, 27 September 1963
3 5: Part 3 Friday, 04 October 1963
4 5: Part 4 Friday, 11 October 1963
5 5: The Conclusion Friday, 18 October 1963
6 White Lie Friday, 25 October 1963
7 88 Bars Friday, 01 November 1963
8 Don't Wait for Me Friday, 08 November 1963
9 By His Own Verdict Friday, 15 November 1963
10 Deposit with Caution Friday, 29 November 1963
11 The Toy Jungle Friday, 06 December 1963
12 The Fumble Friday, 13 December 1963
13 Bonus Baby Friday, 20 December 1963
14 Paper Chase Friday, 27 December 1963
15 Lovers' Lane Friday, 03 January 1964
16 Alimony League Friday, 10 January 1964
17 Not Such a Simple Knot Friday, 17 January 1964
18 The Target Friday, 24 January 1964
19 Dead as in 'Dude' Friday, 31 January 1964
20 Queen of the Cats Friday, 07 February 1964
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Directors

George Waggner, Montgomery Pittman, Robert Douglas, Jeffrey Hayden, Robert Sparr, Leslie H. Martinson, Paul Landres, Lawrence Dobkin, Irving J. Moore, Richard L. Bare, William Conrad, Charles R. Rondeau, Charles F. Haas, Paton Price, Michael O'Herlihy, Sidney Salkow, James V. Kern, William J. Hole Jr., Richard C. Sarafian, Arthur Lubin, Robert B. Sinclair, Abner Biberman, Richard Bartlett, André De Toth, Mark Sandrich Jr., Andrew McCullough, Byron Paul, Leslie Goodwins, Ida Lupino, Reginald Le Borg, Francis Lederer, Marc Lawrence, Robert Logan, Vincent Sherman, Stuart Heisler, Everett Sloane, Boris Sagal, David Butler, Leo Penn, Herbert L. Strock, James Komack, Robert M. Leeds, Paul Nickell, Lee Sholem, Gene Reynolds, Murray Golden, Alan Crosland Jr., Alan Rafkin, Sutton Roley, Douglas Heyes, David Lowell Rich

Writers

Montgomery Pittman, Leonard Lee, Robert C. Dennis, Frederick Brady, Gloria Elmore, Lawrence Kimble, Roger Smith, Fenton Earnshaw, Howard Browne, Harry Essex, Tony Barrett, Charles Sinclair, James O'Hanlon, Robert Leslie Bellem, Bill Finger, Don Tait, Paul Savage, W. Hermanos, Maurita Pittman, James Barnett, William L. Stuart, George Waggner, Jerry Davis, Roy Huggins, Boris Ingster, Sonya Roberts, Ardel Wray, Jack Emanuel, Ed Jurist, Robert J. Shaw, Dean Riesner, John K. Butler, Louis Vittes, Charles Hoffman, C.L. Moore, A.I. Bezzerides, Fred Schiller, Douglas Morrow, Gene Levitt, Richard De Roy, Anna Perrelli, Brevarde Lee, Whitman Chambers, Richard Newhafer, Herman Epstein, Peter R. Brooke, Lou Huston, N.B. Stone Jr., George O'Hanlon, James Gunn, Howie Horwitz, Paul Schneider, Everett Sloane, Jonathan Haze, Sidney Salkow, Warren Douglas, James Komack, Aubrey Wisberg, Joel Rogosin, William P. D'Angelo, Steve Fisher, Steven Ritch, Howard Lee, Charles Smith, Louis M. Heyward, Jack Pollexfen, Alan Caillou, Robert Martin, Jason Wingreen, Raymond Chandler, Lee Stanley, Franklin Barton, Allan Chase, Lawrence Menkin, A. Sanford Wolfe, Donn Mullally, William Bruckner, Robert Vincent Wright, John Hawkins, Ward Hawkins, George Fass, Gertrude Fass, Don Richman, Arthur Porges, Irwin Porges, Richard Paul Stenger, Steve Frazee, Joseph Manson, Daniel Ward, Monica Morrow, Alice B. Thomas, Emily Bronson, Leonard Brown, Holly Roth, Thomas Ahearn, Robert Musel, Mae Malotte, Michael Forrestier, M.E. Chaber, Aaron Marc Stein, Richard Kebbon, Richard Grey, László Görög, Jack Lloyd, Frank Gruber, Dwight Taylor, Ken Pettus, Howard J. Green, Joel Kane, Robert Hamner, Leo Townsend, Richard Wormser, Robert L. Jacks, Gerald Drayson Adams, W.R. Burnett, Jo Pagano, Winston Miller, Budd Lesser, Seeleg Lester, Marion Hargrove, Harold Jack Bloom, Roland Wolpert, Bernard C. Schoenfeld, Edwin Blum, Richard Macaulay, Douglas Heyes, Barry Trivers, Talbot Jennings, Henry Slesar, Lee Loeb, Sig Herzig, Czenzi Ormonde, Patricia Highsmith, Whitfield Cook, Morton Grant, Lowell Barrington, Stephen Kandel, William Pugsley, Stanley Niss, Berne Giler, Al Martin, Frederick Knott, Irwin Winehouse, John O'Dea

Cast

Roger Smith Jeff Spencer
Louis Quinn Roscoe
Edd Byrnes Kookie
Efrem Zimbalist Jr. Stuart Bailey
Jacqueline Beer Suzanne Fabray
Richard Long
Robert Logan
Byron Keith
Byron Keith Lt. Gilmore
Robert Logan J.R. Hale
Richard Long Rex Randolph
Robert Logan J.R. Hale (credit only)
Frankie Ortega Himself
Joan Staley Hannah
The Frankie Ortega Trio The Frankie Ortega Trio (as Frankie Ortega Trio)
Burgess Meredith Vincent Marion
Richard Conte Detective Lieut. Butter
Diane McBain Carla Stevens
William Shatner Paul DeVinger
Walter Slezak Oskar Pauker

Producers

Editors

Clarence Kolster, James T. Heckert, George R. Rohrs, David Wages, Elbert K. Hollingsworth, Noel L. Scott, John Whitney, Fred Bohanan, Robert B. Warwick Jr., Leo H. Shreve, Lloyd Nosler, Byron Chudnow, Stefan Arnsten, Robert L. Wolfe, Cliff Bell Sr., Robert Jahns, Robert Watts, James W. Graham, Robert Sparr, Basil Wrangell, Thomas Neff, Jim Faris, William Conrad, William T. Orr, Harold Minter, Marsh Hendry, J. Frank O'Neill, Harry Reynolds, Herm Freedman, Carl Pingitore, Victor Lewis, George E. Luckenbacher, John Hall, Walter S. Stern, Robert Crawford, Seth B. Larsen, Walter Hannemann, John Joyce, George C. Shrader, Edgar Zane, Harvey Manger, Holbrook N. Todd, Milt Kleinberg, Norman Suffern, Ted Bellinger, Michael Luciano

1960 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography for Television Nominated
1959 Emmy Best Actor in a Leading Role (Continuing Character) in a Dramatic Series Nominated
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