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The Adventures of McGraw 

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McGraw is a solitary type who manages to get entangled in the stopping of criminal activity despite not having any official capacity. He often doesn't carry a weapon, especially if an attractive woman is involved.
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1958   1957  

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Frank Lovejoy ...  McGraw 42 episodes, 1957-1958
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McGraw is a solitary type who manages to get entangled in the stopping of criminal activity despite not having any official capacity. He often doesn't carry a weapon, especially if an attractive woman is involved.

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USA

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English

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17 June 1957 (USA) See more »

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Mono

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1.33 : 1
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Lovejoy was a real actor
24 December 1998 | by TC-4See all my reviews

I cannot think of any actor that was more convincing than Frank Lovejoy. You somehow really believed what he was saying. Also, I saw a couple poor copies of the show lately and I was surprised how good the story lines were.


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