Spenser: For Hire

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Spenser: For Hire is an American crime drama series based on Robert B. Parker's Spenser novels. The series, developed for TV by John Wilder and starring Robert Urich, was broadcast on ABC from September 20, 1985 until May 7, 1988.
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Spenser: For Hire is an American crime drama series based on Robert B. Parker's Spenser novels. The series, developed for TV by John Wilder and starring Robert Urich, was broadcast on ABC from September 20, 1985 until May 7, 1988.

Original Release

09/20/1985 on ABC

US Release

09/20/1985

Cast

# Title Air Date
1 Homecoming Sunday, 27 September 1987
2 My Enemy, My Friend Sunday, 04 October 1987
3 Heart of the Matter Sunday, 11 October 1987
4 On the Night He Was Betrayed Sunday, 01 November 1987
5 Sleepless Dream Sunday, 08 November 1987
6 Consilum Abditum Sunday, 15 November 1987
7 Thanksgiving Sunday, 29 November 1987
8 Gone Fishin' Sunday, 06 December 1987
9 Child's Play Sunday, 20 December 1987
10 Skeletons in the Closet Sunday, 03 January 1988
11 The Siege Sunday, 10 January 1988
12 Arthur's Wake Saturday, 16 January 1988
13 To the End of the Line Saturday, 23 January 1988
14 Play It Again, Sammy Saturday, 30 January 1988
15 The Big Fight Saturday, 06 February 1988
16 Substantial Justice Saturday, 05 March 1988
17 Company Man Saturday, 12 March 1988
18 Watercolors Saturday, 19 March 1988
19 Hawk's Eyes Saturday, 26 March 1988
20 McAllister Saturday, 30 April 1988
21 Haunting Saturday, 07 May 1988
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Directors

Winrich Kolbe, Virgil W. Vogel, William Wiard, David Whorf, Richard A. Colla, Harry Harris, Cliff Bole, Harvey Hart, Ray Austin, Bruce Bilson, Don Chaffey, Sutton Roley, John Wilder, Charlie Picerni, Bill Duke, Michael Vejar, Lee H. Katzin

Writers

John Wilder, Robert B. Parker, Robert Hamilton, Daniel Freudenberger, William Robert Yates, Steve Hattman, Alex Gansa, Bruce Murkoff, Norma Safford Vela, Howard Gordon, Lee Goldberg, David Abramowitz, Robert M. Young, Robert Bielak, Nelson Costello, William Rabkin, Robert Malcolm Young, Joan H. Parker, Michael Petryni, Tom Chehak, David Carren, Jonathan Day, Michael Fisher, Andrew Sipes, Juanita Bartlett, Gerry Day, Jerry Ziegman, Cynthia Darnell, Jerome Coopersmith, John Jay Osborn Jr., Robert B. Veduccio, Walter Brough, Bob Shayne, Richard Collins, Peter Jones, Don Nardo, Janet Kapsin, Shel Willens, Joe Smoke, Ronald D. Brown, Howard Gordon, Robert McKee, Rudolph Borchert

Cast

Producers

Editors

Dick Wormell, Mark S. Westmore, Diane Adler, William P. Magee, Clay Bartels, Janet Weinberg, William H. Macy, Richard Jaeckel, Gary Griffin, Barbara Palmer Dixon

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