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The Thin Man

The Thin Man



Nick Charles was a private detective who married the wealthy Nora and decided to settle down and leave the good life. Unfortunately for the couple, Nick's past frequently caught up with him and got the couple involved in mystery after mystery. The series was based on the popular MGM series of movies of the 1930's starring William Powell and Myrna Loy. Peter Lawford and Phyllis Kirk starred as the televison versions of Nick and Nora which ran on NBC for two seasons from 1957-59.

Episode Info

Final: 2x35 -- Paradise Discovered (Jun/26/1959)


A dying millionaire asks Nick to find his missing nephew who was last seen on a remote island in the Pacific.
Cast
Peter LawfordPeter Lawford
As Nick Charles
Peter LawfordPeter Lawford
As Nick Charles
Phyllis KirkPhyllis Kirk
As Nora Charles
Phyllis KirkPhyllis Kirk
As Nora Charles
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Crew

Executive Producer: Samuel Marx, Richard Maibaum
Producer: Devery Freeman, Edmund Beloin
Music Supervisor: Frank E. Anderson
Costume Designer: Helen Rose
Set Decorator: Henry Grace, Jerry Wunderlich, Keogh Gleason
Supervising Sound Editor: Wesley C. Miller (1)
Director of Photography: Robert J. Bronner

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Recurring Guests

Jack Albertson as Lt. Harry Evans (26 eps)
Patricia Donahue as Hazel (6 eps)
Stanley Adams as Farbstein (6 eps)
Nita Talbot as Blondie Collins (6 eps)
Stafford Repp as Lt. Ralph Raines (5 eps)
John Beradino as Morgan (4 eps)
Ned Wever as Dr. Winters (4 eps)
Marjorie Bennett as Mrs. Bascombe (4 eps)
Tol Avery as Lt. Steve King (4 eps)
Barbara Nichols as Jeri (4 eps)

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Network: NBC ( USA)
Type: Scripted
Genres: Action, Adventure
Status: Canceled/Ended
Airs: Fridays at 09:30 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 20, 1957
Ended: August 28, 1959
Themes
Ending Theme  
Akas
• Las Aventuras de Nick Charles (Used In Chile)
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