Crime, Drama, Family, Mystery
Seymour Robbie, Jack Arnold, Peter H. Hunt, Walter Doniger, David Greene, Ernest Pintoff, James Sheldon, Charles S. Dubin, Edward M. Abroms, Richard Michaels
Frederic Dannay, Manfred Lee, Richard Levinson, William Link, Robert Van Scoyk, Peter S. Fischer, Robert Pirosh, Robert E. Swanson, Rudolph Borchert, David H. Balkan, Michael Robert David, Alan Lynn Folsom, Gene Thompson, Larry Alexander, Booker Bradshaw, Lewis Davidson, David P. Lewis, Stephen Lord, Marc B. Ray, Michael Rhodes, Martin Roth
Richard Levinson, William Link, Peter S. Fischer, Michael Rhodes
Jim Hutton, David Wayne, Tom Reese, John Hillerman, Nina Roman, Ken Swofford, Arch Johnson, Maggie Nelson, Herb Edelman, Barbara Rush, Peter Hobbs, John Finnegan, Rosanna Huffman, Kristin Larkin, Jimmy Lydon, John Lawlor, Basil Hoffman, Ross Elliott, Julie Adams, Don Ameche, Edward Andrews, Eve Arden, Rene Auberjonois, Orson Bean, Tom Bosley, Joan Collins, John Dehner, George Furth, June Lockhart, Ray Milland, Edward Albert, Robert Alda, Dana Andrews, Noah Beery Jr., Polly Bergen, Theodore Bikel, Eddie Bracken, Gary Burghoff, Michael Constantine, Howard Duff, Arthur Godfrey, Jim Backus, Lloyd Bochner, Geraldine Brooks, Jack Carter, Lynda Day George, David Doyle, Anne Francis, Eva Gabor, Pat Harrington Jr., Kim Hunter, Nan Martin, Ross Martin, Ken Berry, Joyce Brothers, Dane Clark, Carole Cook, Ronny Cox, Bob Crane, Bill Dana, Michael V. Gazzo, Signe Hasso, David Hedison, Dwayne Hickman, Gretchen Corbett, Katherine Crawford, William Demarest, Rhonda Fleming, Richard Jaeckel, Jack Kelly, John McGiver, Dina Merrill, Donald O'Connor, Simon Oakland, Victor Buono, Michael Callan, Don DeFore, Mel Ferrer, Clu Gulager, Tab Hunter, Janet MacLachlan, Dorothy Malone, Sal Mineo, Jan Murray, Farley Granger, Larry Hagman, Murray Hamilton, John Larch, Robert Loggia, Ida Lupino, Bert Parks, Nehemiah Persoff, Don Porter, Paul Stewart, Dean Stockwell, Troy Donahue, Norman Fell, Carolyn Jones, Jack Kruschen, Roddy McDowall, Ed McMahon, Vera Miles, Lloyd Nolan, Tricia O'Neil, Walter Pidgeon, Kevin Tighe, Julius Harris, Guy Lombardo, Tim O'Connor, Barbara Rhoades, Pernell Roberts, Eugene Roche, Paul Shenar, Craig Stevens, George Maharis, Juliet Mills, Edward Mulhare, Michael Parks, Vincent Price, Albert Salmi, Bobby Sherman, Stuart Whitman, Dana Wynter, Keene Curtis, Nancy Kovack, Karen Machon, Carmen Mathews, Susan Strasberg, Nina van Pallandt, Betty White, Diana Muldaur, Cesar Romero, Forrest Tucker, Rudy Vallee, Otis Young, Warren Berlinger, George Burns, Eddie Firestone, Robert Hogan, Ruth McDevitt, Charles Robinson, Wallace Rooney, Patricia Smith, Ellen Weston, Paul Carr, Elizabeth Lane, Michele Marsh, Dick Sargent, William Schallert, James Shigeta, Dick Van Patten, Joanna Barnes, Peter Bromilow, Nancy Belle Fuller, Monte Markham, Kip Niven, Robert F. Simon, Julie Sommars, George Sperdakos, R.G. Armstrong, Fred Beir, Timothy Carey, Paul Fix, Terrence O'Connor, Ann Reinking, Susan Stafford, Jerry Fogel, Clyde Kusatsu, Joseph Maher, Toian Matchinga, Hayden Rorke, Joel Stedman, Gail Strickland, Ray Walston, Penelope Windust, Jason Wingreen, Susan Damante, Ted Gehring, Erica Hagen, Renne Jarrett, Tom Lacy, Ellen Madison, Jerry Quarry, Alfred Ryder, Danny Wells, Suzann Arnold, Lew Brown, Robert Casper, Beatrice Colen, Nedra Deen, Jonathan Hole, Alan Landers, Joshua Shelley, Hal Smith, Art Aragon, Chuck Bergansky, Tom Brown, Lewis Charles, Brad David, Jack Murdoch, Woodrow Parfrey, Michael Pataki, Patricia Wilson, Katherine Woodville, Sandra de Bruin, Herbie Faye, Gerald Hiken, Claude Earl Jones, Charles Macaulay, Victor Mohica, Bill Quinn, Olan Soule, Richard Bakalyan, Bibi Besch, Dori Brenner, John Fujioka, Sam Gilman, James Sikking, George Skaff, Wonderful Smith, Ben Wright, John Dennis, George Janek, Gerald Peters, Joseph R. Sicari, Dwan Smith, Dee Wallace, George Wyner, Bob Basso, Larry Block, Diana Chesney, Vince Howard, Rod Porter, Stanley Ralph Ross, Richard Young, William 'Billy' Benedict, John Larroquette, Tyler McVey, Peggy Rea, Sandy Ward, James Andronica, Pervis Atkins, Harold Ayer, Karl Lukas, Ollie O'Toole, Sidney Miller, Joseph V. Perry, Romo Vincent, Michael Arthofer, John Furlong, Jackie Russell, Billy Varga, Louis Guss, Hilda Haynes, Pat Sturges, Juanita Moore, Myron Natwick, Don Keefer, William Lanteau, Robert Stoneman, Leoda Richards, Peter Paul Eastman, Mel Allen, Jimmy Baio, Nick Borgani, Robert Cornthwaite, Thayer David, Francis De Sales, Don Diamond, Derrel Maury, Bill McLean, Frannie Michel, Ralph Montgomery, Stuart Nisbet, Tony Regan, Clint Ritchie, Harry von Zell, Art Balinger, Jack De Mave, James Demopoulos, Shep Houghton, Andrea Howard, Hank Robinson, Cosmo Sardo, Arthur Tovey
The third TV adaptation of the adventures of super-sleuth Ellery Queen, this time set during the 1940s. Queen was a mystery writer who assisted his father, a detective with the New York Police Department, in solving murders. Sgt. Velie was Inspector Queen's assistant and Simon Brimmer a rival detective. Queen's methods were arcane and intellectual rather than action oriented, and he always astounded his father by arriving at a correct solution by purely deductive reasoning. In this version, just before he revealed his solution to the crime, Queen always turned to the camera and asked the TV audience if they had figured out the identity of the killer yet -- they had all the clues -- because he was about to reveal the correct killer as we met the entire slew of suspects in one room for the ending.
The son of a police detective solves baffling crimes.