Banyon

I wish I could remember more about this program. It only ran for a season in the Robert_Forster_Banyon_1972early seventies. I used to watch it Friday nights while babysitting, when it came on after Ghost Story and before reruns of Combat! The most that I can recall is Robert Forrester effective as the traditionally brooding, dogged P.I.; Joan Blondell sufficiently feisty as a woman running a secretarial school one floor below and providing him with secretaries-in-training; and Julie Gregg sitting at the piano in low-cut gowns, smoldering quietly with unrequited love. I know I enjoyed it then, but how it would hold up now? Hmmmmm. I’ve got to track this one down. Here’s a nice web site with more information.

 

 

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