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Dan Adams takes a methodical approach to detective work, and uses street smarts and his connections with law enforcement, to help him find the truth. Adams hits the pavement doing the legwork, and tracking down leads. When someone gets in his way or threatens him, Adams usually gets violent. A big man, Adams isn't flashy or cool with the ladies, but he is tough, and has the determination to see things through. Adams can be a little gruff dealing with people, but he is mostly ethical, and not motivated just by the buck.
The stories have a particular tone and style, with an atmosphere heavy with intrigue and deceit. After watching a few episodes, you may begin to question everyone's motives, and be on the lookout for a possible double-cross, surprise twist, or sudden death.Read more ›
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For the fans of Rod Cameron this series was well produced and Rod carries his role perfectly. This series ran for one season only. Too bad because this was a good one. Read morePublished 10 months ago by R. B. Benedictson
Very interesting show having only watched a couple of them so far. Really enjoy the background scenery of the 1950's, too.Published 11 months ago by SugarBaby
There's a quality in today's television shows that lack the panache of classic television! This one season syndicated series starring Rod Cameron (State Trooper/Ciy Detective) is... Read morePublished 13 months ago by John D. Seneca
The plots are pretty predictable and there is at least one killing in just about every show, but I enjoyed watching the episodes. Read morePublished 15 months ago by andi
Very good TV series starring cowboy Rod Cameron this time playing a private eye.Published 16 months ago by Mario P. Alves
Great 1950's private eye show. Love the feel of a time gone by look about the show. Worth a look.Published 16 months ago by Tom Trifonoff
Really like this series. Brings back lots of memories. Good quality on the dvdPublished 21 months ago by Cookster