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The Roaring 20's

The Roaring 20's


The Roaring 20's was an attempt by ABC to strike gold a second time after the success of The Untouchables on the network. It featured a Prohibition Era setting and concerned the adventures of two newspaper reporters, Pat Garrison (Donald May) and Scott Norris (Rex Reason), in ferreting out various forms of corruption that existed during that time period. Pat and Scott were aided by nightclub singer Pinky Pinkham (Dorothy Provine), copy boy Chris Higbee (Gary Vinson), and various others. Rex Reason, who played Scott Norris, departed the series after its first season and was replaced by John Dehner as Jim "Duke" Williams. Provine was lauded by many critics for her performance on the series but it was all for naught. The Roaring 20's never caught fire with the viewing public the way The Untouchables did and was cancelled midway through the 1961-62 season after airing only 45 episodes.
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Final: 2x14 -- The People People Marry (Jan/20/1962)


Copy boy Chris Higbee gets his big newspaper break when he is assigned to temporarily takeover the newspaper's advice to the lovelorn column. Unfortunately for Chris, he soon finds himself needing some advice in the romance department.
Cast
Rex Reason
As Scott Norris (S01)
John Dehner
As Jim "Duke" Williams (S02)
Donald May
As Pat Garrison
Dorothy Provine
As Pinky Pinkham
Gary Vinson
As Chris Higbee
James Flavin
As Robert Howard
Mike Road
As Lt. Joe Switolski
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Recurring Guests

Gregory Gaye as Andre (6 eps)
John Harmon (1) as Hobart Q. Bushnell (3 eps)
Roxanne Arlen as Sheila (3 eps)
Gayla Graves as Hat check girl (3 eps)
Louise Glenn as Gladys (3 eps)
Lawrence Dobkin as Big Lou Burnett (2 eps)
Penny Santon as Mrs. Fiore (2 eps)
Claude Akins as Captain Maples (2 eps)
John Hoyt as guest star (2 eps)
Roger Moore as "14 Carat" Jones (2 eps)

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Warning: The Roaring 20's guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Crime | Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: ABC ( USA)
Airs: Saturdays at 07:30 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: October 15, 1960
Ended: January 20, 1962
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