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This pilot for Warden''s "Jigsaw John" series (1975-76) has him playing a dyspeptic middle-aged homicide investigator looking into a string of robbery-slayings of elderly women in Los Angeles.
A masked madman tries to stop the sale of a movie studio.
A musician attracted to a young woman finds her dead--or does he?
Edward G. Robinson''s dignified performance as the aging surgeon whose heart transplant gets his protege slapped with a lawsuit after the donor''s wife charges that her husband was allowed to die so that the young doctor could save his mentor highlights this pilot movie for the popular "Medical Center" series (1969-76). Chad Everett assumed the part originated by Richard Bradford (who virtually disappeared as Everett''s star ascended), while James Daly and Audrey Totter continued as regulars.
Ventriloquist Paul Winchell tells his dummies the world''''s history, as interpreted by The Three Stooges.
A crusading psychiatrist battles a sadistic female warden to improve conditions at a women''''s prison.
A Death Row inmate uses his prison law studies to fight for his life.
Priestess Oma is forever young in this Jungle Jim knockoff of "She" or the La of Opar stories from "Tarzan". The Jungle Jim type is played by Weissmuller using his own name.
Sheriff Bat Masterson joins forces with Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday to save a rancher framed for murder.
An undercover agent investigates atrocities at a Korean P.O.W. camp.
A soldier masquerades as a gypsy to rescue his best friend from the enemy.
A Cavalry doctor defies orders to treat Native Americans.
Naval officers begin to suspect their captain of insanity.
A rookie pilot in the Korean War wants to avenge his brother''''s death.
Jungle Jim fights enemy agents to help move natives from a nuclear testing site.
The famed explorer leads an anthropologist to a lost civilization of giants.
A matador must recover his courage after being gored in the ring.
Jungle Jim searches for a famous football player lost in the jungle.
When one of his lieutenant''''s attacks an American ship, Jean Lafitte has to elude the U.S. Navy.
Jungle Jim fights to save a young innocent from treasure hunters and a witch doctor.
In addition to his duties as executor of an estate Gene must keep a juvenile delinquent from the clutches gambler Feeney who hopes to get at the money through the kid.
Jungle Jim tries to stop a Nazi band masquerading as apes from retrieving a golden treasure.
When asked about the Ghost Riders song he sings, Gene Autry (Gene Autry) tells this legend: Gene is about to resign as an investigator for the county attorney and go into the cattle business with his pal Chuckawalla Jones (Pat Buttram) but decides instead to help Anne Lawson (Gloria Henry) clear her father, rancher Ralph Lawson (Steve Darrell), of a false murder charge. He looks for the three witnesses who can testify that Lawson shot only in self defense in killing a gambler, but the witnesses are terrorized by another gambler, town boss Rock McCleary (Robert Livingston), who shoots witness Pop Morgan (Tom London.)Fatally wounded, Pop gives Gene the information needed to clear Lawson, then dies crying the "Ghost Riders" are coming for him. Gene then heads for a showdown with McCleary.
Gene is hired to be foreman of the Big Sombrero ranch by Jim Garland, who is handling all the business affairs of the owner, Estrellita Estrada, who is more interested in going to America than taking care of her Mexican holdings. Gene, discovering Garland's plan to run all the Mexican rancheros off the ranch, turns against his boss and shortly finds himself in the middle of cattle stampedes and an avalanche started by Garland's men.
By accident Dagwood discovers a non-flammable paint. Bad guys Dillon and Stack steal it before he can give it to his boss Radcliffe. To show off his invention, Dagwood paints Radcliffe's house with it and disgraced when the house burns down. Blondie discovers the culprits and saves the day.
Finding Indians stealing from his ranch, Gene learns they are suffering from malnutrition. Store owner Martin is cheating them and now he is after the Chief's valuable necklace. When the dying chief is found, having been attacked and robbed, Martin blames Lakhona who would become the new chief. When Gene helps Lakhona they soon find themselves fleeing from the law.
Young Joe is paralyzed as he is bucked by a wild horse, a strawberry roan. Angered, his father, Walt, tries to shoot the horse but is stopped by his foreman, Gene Autry. The roan escapes and Autry, told to leave the ranch by Walt, finds and trains the horse, now named Champ, in hopes that by returning it to Joe it will provide him with the will to overcome his disability.
A reformed thief gets mixed up in blackmail and the theft of diamonds held at Scotland Yard.
A fore-runner and a semi- slight version of "Take Care of My Little Girl" from Sam Katzman, but pert-and-pretty Jean Porter had a knack for making Katzman's pictures look better than they were. Here, she (as Joanne Leeds), interrupts her carnival singing career to enroll as a freshman at Upton College. She quickly encounters the snobbery of the sorority girls because of her background. But the sorority is reorganized on democratic principles and she is invited to join, although it is never made too clear why she would want to join this group of airheads anyway.
The Durango Kid tries to save a beautiful young woman''''s stagecoach line from an unscrupulous rival.
The Durango Kid tries to track down stolen money after the bandits are killed.
A young girl finds herself entrenched in a murder cover-up when she goes to work for a wealthy widow.
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