THE ROARING 20s
Donald May and Rex Reason were reporters in the Twenties Chicago with Mike Road as a police lieutenant. Between all of them they managed to solve a crime and get a news story every week. Helping them out was Dorothy Provine who as a speakeasy entertainer was in a position to hear a lot of interesting information. Dorothy also sang a number or two straight out of the Roaring Twenties song book. She was pretty enough to entice younger viewers and their parents and grandparents got to hear the music of their youth. Though the show was set in the Twenties, in style it was not too different from those other Warner Brothers private eye shows of the time, 77 Sunset Strip, Surfside Six, Hawaiian Eye, Bourbon Street Beat, etc.
1x11- THE MAESTRO (1/7/1961)
Pat Garrison has received a tip that the internation opera star, Paolo Scarpi is to be knocked off when he steps off the ship in New York City.
Stars Donald May (Pat Garrison), Rex Reason (Scott Norris), Mike Road (Lt Joe Switolski), Dorothy Provine (Pinky Pinkham)
Guest star: Mario Alcalde (Paolo Scarpi), Anthony Caruso (Lombardi), Sharon Wiley (Gina), Ernest Sarracino (Rocco)
Director: George Waggner