Silk Stalkings

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Silk Stalkings is an American crime drama television series that premiered on CBS on November 7, 1991, as part of the network's late-night Crimetime After Primetime programming package. Broadcast for two seasons until CBS ended the Crimetime experiment... read more
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Silk Stalkings is an American crime drama television series that premiered on CBS on November 7, 1991, as part of the network's late-night Crimetime After Primetime programming package. Broadcast for two seasons until CBS ended the Crimetime experiment in June 1993, the remaining six seasons ran exclusively on USA Network until the series finale in April 1999. The show was creator Stephen J. Cannell's longest-running series. Its title is a wordplay on silk stockings.

Original Release

11/07/1991 on CBS

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Cast

Rob Estes Sgt. Chris Lorenzo
Fred Melamed Announcer
Mitzi Kapture Sgt. Rita Lee Lance
Tyler Layton Det. Holly Rawlins
Chris Potter Det. Sgt. Tom Ryan
Janet Gunn Det. Sgt. Cassandra 'Cassy' St. John
Charlie Brill Capt. Harry Lipschitz
William Anton Assistant D.A. George Donovan
David Grant Wright Dr. Sterling Morton
Mitzi McCall Fran Lipschitz
(see additional cast & crew)
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Directors

John Paragon, Corey Michael Eubanks, Ralph Hemecker, Charles Siebert, Carl Weathers, Terrence O'Hara, Ronald Víctor García, Tucker Gates, David Schmoeller, Brian Trenchard-Smith, Maria Lease, Jeff Woolnough, Peter Ellis, Ron Satlof, Martin Wood, James Darren, Chris Potter, Rob Estes, David E. Peckinpah, Tawnia McKiernan, Harvey S. Laidman, Linda Hassani, Chris Pechin, Ron Ames, Todd Amateau, John Blizek, Perry Husman, David Roessell, Mitzi Kapture, Oley Sassone, Richard Friedman, Michael Levine, Robert Radler, Don Michael Paul, Peter DeLuise, Andrew Stevens, Worth Keeter, William Lucking, Kristine Peterson, Paris Barclay, Martin Kove, Lee Unkrich, Lizzie Borden, Don Edmonds, James R. Bagdonas, Ray Austin, Rex Piano, Chris Nolan, Paul Abascal, Janet Gunn, Robert Walden, Robert C. Thompson, Cliff Bole, James Gibson, Miles Watkins, Alan Cassidy, Scott Levitta, R. Marvin, Lynn Hamrick, Kim LeMasters, Rachel Feldman, Luis Soto, P.D. Van Arsdol, Stuart J.D. Perry, Eric Alexander Forbes, Anthony Cowley, Robert Primes

Writers

Stephen J. Cannell, David E. Peckinpah, Michael Zand, Doug Heyes Jr., Kim LeMasters, Terri Treas, Gordon T. Dawson, Jerry Patrick Brown, Todd Trotter, Michael Palmer, Sonny Gordon, Garner Simmons, Jay Huguely, David Levinson, Darcy Meyers, Peter McCabe, Ethlie Ann Vare, William Bigelow, Luciano Comici, David Kemper, Elizabeth Comici, Wynne McLaughlin, Joe Yogerst, Kathy Slevin, J. Rickley Dumm, Stephen G. Geyer, Thom Sherman, Michael Ahnemann, Terry Black, Brad Radnitz, Burt Prelutsky, Gerry Conway, David Barry, Morgan Gendel, John Scheinfeld, Jim Piddock, Sam Peckinpah, Don Michael Paul, Mike Marvin, Stephen Black, Jerry Beck, Darrell Fetty, Chris Ruppenthal, Jack Bernstein, Robin Bernheim, Tippi Dobrofsky, Henry Stern, Mary Ann Kasica, Michael Scheff, Dana Coen, Marilyn Osborn, Bill Froehlich, Robert Hamner, Robert Bielak, Lisa Seidman, Neal H. Dobrofsky, Janna King, Ruel Fischmann, James L. Novack, Roger Lowenstein, Scott Levitta, David Abramowitz, Michael Marks, Frank Tarloff, Robert Brennan, W. Reed Moran, Philip John Taylor, Michael Berlin, Evan Smith, David Weinstein, Dana Coen, Michael Palmer, Tim Davis, Sam Glickson, Erica Byrne, Elliott Anderson, David Tynan, Mark Masuoka, Arnold Rudnick, Rich Hosek, Marvin Kupfer, Elinor Jewett, Simon Ayer, Frank Encarnacao, Scott Redman, Paul M. Belous, John Sanborn, Alice Miller, Sholom Gelt, Jerry Beck, David Olmstead, Daniel Lombard Ewen, Heidi Sorensen, Kenneth A. Rudman, Monika Harris, Bela V. Lavan

Creators

Stephen J. Cannell

Cast

Rob Estes Sgt. Chris Lorenzo
Fred Melamed Announcer
Mitzi Kapture Sgt. Rita Lee Lance
Tyler Layton Det. Holly Rawlins
Chris Potter Det. Sgt. Tom Ryan
Janet Gunn Det. Sgt. Cassandra 'Cassy' St. John
Charlie Brill Capt. Harry Lipschitz
William Anton Assistant D.A. George Donovan
David Grant Wright Dr. Sterling Morton
Mitzi McCall Fran Lipschitz
Robert Gossett Lt. Hudson
Nick Kokotakis Det. Michael Price
John Byner Cotton Dunn
Danny Gans Roger
Ben Vereen Captain Ben Hutchinson
Dennis Paladino Donnie 'Dogs' DiBarto
Corey William Parys
Gina Ravera Dr. Diana Roth
Eric Pierpoint Eric Russell
David J. Partington Dr. Hector Wexford

Producers

Editors

Mark Gerstein, Stewart Schill, Ken Bornstein, Miriam L. Preissel, Ray Daniels III, John W. Carr, Lee Unkrich, Lawrence J. Gleason, Carl McKay, John F. Parsons, Chris Worland, Scott Boyd, John Blizek, Shawn Paper, John Byner, Chris Nolan, Claudia Finkle

1992 Emmy Outstanding Individual Achievement in Main Title Theme Music Nominated
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