Burke's Law (1963–1966)
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Who Killed Harris Crown? 

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Burke's investigation of the murder of Harris Crown is complicated by the fact that Mrs. Crown is pregnant - and not by her husband.

Director:

Don Weis

Writers:

John Meredyth Lucas, Frank D. Gilroy (series based on characters created by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Gene Barry ... Capt. Amos Burke
Gary Conway ... Det. Tim Tilson
Regis Toomey ... Det. Les Hart
Leon Lontoc ... Henry
Lola Albright ... Shirley Mills
Joan Blondell ... Ethel Kronkeit
Barbara Eden ... Marni Lee
Eva Gabor ... Lily Bentley
Gene Nelson ... Rick Mason
Juliet Prowse ... Angel Crown
Don Rickles ... Lou Kronkeit
Ruth Roman ... Elinor Albrick
Jackie Loughery ... Girl
Than Wyenn Than Wyenn ... Harris Crown
Eileen O'Neill ... Sgt. Ames
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Burke's investigation of the murder of Harris Crown is complicated by the fact that Mrs. Crown is pregnant - and not by her husband.

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 October 1963 (USA) See more »

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Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Lola Albright, Joan Blondell, Barbara Eden, Eva Gabor, Gene Nelson, Juliet Prowse, Don Rickles and Ruth Roman all receive 'Special Guest Stars In Alphabetical Order' credits. See more »

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Capt. Amos Burke: That's a lovely name - "Angel." But, then, Satan was an angel.
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A Bevy of Blondes
17 February 2016 | by pattersonrosSee all my reviews

Entrepreneur Harris Crown dies in a car accident, due to faulty brakes. Crown had a girlfriend (Barbara Eden), who has a boyfriend (Gene Nelson), who has a keeper (Ruth Roman), who knows that her boy-toy is seeing Crown's wife (Juliet Prowse), who is stalked by Crown's brother (Don Rickles), who is hounded by his shrewish wife (Joan Blondell). This story has more twists and turns than "The Big Sleep".

Eva Gabor, Lola Albright, and Jackie Loughery round out the bevy of blondes in this episode; there is even a brief appearance by a then-unknown Susan Flannery as a secretary. Albright, Eden, Flannery, Loughery, and Rickles are still among us. Loughery and Albright are on the receiving end of Burke's kisses.

Burke's Law: "Never confuse the improbable with the impossible."


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