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PARTNERS IN CRIME: COMPLETE SERIES

THE ORIGINAL SET REVISED!

This could be the beginning of a beautiful partnership. Especially when the partners are two of television's most glamorous stars, Lynda Carter and Loni Anderson. Lynda plays Carole Stanwyck, a chic photographer from New York, transplanted in San Francisco. Loni is Sydney Kovak, who grew up in the streets of San Francisco and yearns to be a concert musician. She also happens to be a pretty good pickpocket. The two are as different as Nob Hill and Fisherman's Wharf. In fact, the only thing they have in common is they're both ex-wives of an ex-detective- mysteriously murdered in his office. When the girls are summoned to the reading of the will, they discover they've inherited his rundown mansion office, and a 50/50 partnership in the detective agency.

I did the original transfers others bought from me and are copying/reselling. I decided to revise my set with new improved menus from the master tapes. All 12 episodes including the 2 hour Pilot in a 7 Disc set. Recorded in the early 80s but, it's very watchable. 


EPISODE TITLES:
1. 90 Minute Pilot; “The Bridge” 10-13-1984
2. "Celebrity" 9-22-1984
3. "The Hottest Guy in Town" 9-29-1984
4. "Murder in the Museum" 10-6-1984
5. "Duke" 10-20-1984
6. "Paddles Up" 10-27-1984
7. "Is She or Isn't He??” 11-3-1984
8. "Fantasyland" 11-24-1984
9. "The Setup" 12-1-1984
10. "Fashioned for Murder" 12-8-1984
11. "The Strangler" 12-15-1984
12. "Getting in Shape" 12-22-1984
13. "Double Jeopardy". 12-29-1984
ALSO INCLUDES A NETWORK PROMO FOR THE SERIES
CAST:
Lynda Carter -as- Carole Stanwyck
Loni Anderson -as- Sydney Kovak
Eileen Heckart -as- Jeanine
Walter Olkewicz -as- Harmon Shain
Leo Rossi -as- Lt. Edward Vronsky.

Quality is a very good 8 out of 10. Scans are posted so you know what you are getting.

 

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