1 9 6 1 – 1 9 6 2 (USA)
29 x 60 minutes episodes
Detective Steve Carella (Robert Lansing) worked at New York’s 87th Precinct, along with a line-up of typical plainclothes police detectives, such as the rookie and the seasoned old-timer.
His deaf wife Teddy (Gena Rowlands) added a personal side to the stories.
The series originally screened between 25 September 1961 and 30 April 1962 on NBC. It was aired on Mondays from 9:00 to 10:00 pm.
The memorable theme tune was by Mort Stevens.
A failed remake with Randy Quaid as Steve Carella made it to pilot stage only in 1995.
Det. Steve Carella
Det. Bert Kling
Det. Meyer Meyer
Det. Roger Havilland
The Floater | Lady in Waiting | Lady Killer | The Modus Man | Line of Duty | Occupation, Citizen | Killer’s Payoff | The Guilt | Empty Hours | My Friend, My Enemy | The Very Hard Sell | Till Death | The Heckler | Run, Rabbit, Run | Main Event | Man in a Jam | Give the Boys a Great Big Hand | Out of Order | A Bullet for Katie | King’s Ransom Feel of the Trigger | Killer’s Choice | Square Cop | Step Forward | Idol in the Dust | Ramon | New Man in the Precinct | The Last Stop | Girl in the Case