CTVA US Legal Drama - "Petrocelli" (Miller-Milkis/Paramount/NBC)(1974-76) Barry Newman, Susan Howard

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Petrocelli (1974-76)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
references:
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Petrocelli (season 1) (NBC) (1974-75)
Petrocelli (season 2) (NBC) (1975-76)
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PETROCELLI
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Miller-Milkis Production
in association with
Paramount Television Production

Bruce Lansbury, senior vice president, creative affairs
filmed in Tuscon, Arizona and San Remo
some interior filmed locations furished by Old Tucson Studios
for
NBC (Wednesdays 10:00 pm EST)
Executive Producers Thomas L. Miller and Edward J. Milkis
Created by Sidney J. Furie, Harold Buchman,
Developed for television by E. Jack Neuman
Produced by Leonard Katzman (All eps except "Death in Small Doses")
Produced by Lou Morheim (episode #21 "Death in Small Doses" - pilot?)
Associate Producer, Ralph Riskin (season 1)
Associate Producer, Arthur E. McLaird (season 2)
Executive Story Consultant, Jeff Myrow (season 2)

US Legal Drama series 1974-76    90 min pilot + 45 episodes x 60 min
starring
Barry Newman as Anthony Petrocelli
Susan Howard as Maggie Petrocelli
Albert Salmi as Pete Ritter   [ Albert Salmi website ]
David Huddleston as Lt. John Ponce
Recurring Cast:
Arnold Jeffers as Judge
Lowell Gleason as Bailiff

Premise:
Criminal lawyer Anthony Petrocelli gives up his big city practice to
settle in the southwestern town of San Remo.
Petrocelli's Office can be found above the 'Navajo Indian Trading Post'

Directors of Photography,
Richard A. Kelley, A.S.C. / Irving Lippman, A.S.C.

'Petrocelli' theme music by Lalo Shifrin

Stunt Coordinator, Fred Stromsoe (#27)

Recorded by Glen Glenn Sound
Titles and Opticals by Howard A. Anderson and Co.

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THE LAWYER (120 min theatrical movie)
1970
Paramount Pictures
produced by Brad Dexter
Written by Sidney J. Furie, Harold Buchman
Directed by Sidney J. Furie
starring
Barry Newman .............. Anthony Petrocelli
Harold Gould .............. Eric P. Scott
Diana Muldaur ............. Ruth Petrocelli
Robert Colbert ............ Jack Harrison
Kathleen Crowley .......... Alice Fiske
Warren Kemmerling ......... Sgt Moran
Booth Colman .............. Judge Crawford
Ken Swofford .............. Charlie O'Keefe
Petrocelli defends a Doctor accused of murdering his wife.

NIGHT GAMES (pilot 90 min tv movie)
("Movie of the Week" no. 24)
16Mar74
Paramount Television production
produced in association with Miller-Milkis Productions, Inc.
produced by Edward K. Milkis & Thomas L. Miller
Written by E. Jack Neuman
Directed by Don Taylor
Director of photography: Howard Schwartz;
music: Lalo Schifrin.
Starring:
Barry Newman, Susan Howard, Albert Salmi
Guest Stars:
Luke Askew
Joanna Cameron
Anjanette Comer
Ralph Meeker
Stefanie Powers
Henry Darrow

Petrocelli defends a socialite on a murder charge.

Petrocelli (season 1) (NBC) (1974-75)
Petrocelli (season 2) (NBC) (1975-76)

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Jonas Hunter <jonaswendy@cox.net>  Sent : February 28, 2004
Subject : Petrocelli
I have two original "Petrocelli" scripts of "The Kidnapping" and "Time of Death".
Are you aware of what they may be worth or if anyone may be interested in buying them.
They were acquired here in Tucson, Arizona where the series was shot.
My searches on the web and eBay have turned up empty, and I was hoping that you may be able to help me.
Jonas & Wendy Hunter
520-327-6740
520-250-6357 Jonas' Cell  /   520-603-2002 Wendy's Cell


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