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Jack Webb /Mark VII Productions
Jack Webb (1920-1982)
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  Dragnet  (1951-59)
aka "Badge 714"
Sherry TV production
Mark VII productions
Filmed at Revue Studios
for
NBC
season 1 (1951-52) 14 episodes (Thursdays time slot ?)
season 2 (1952-53) 33 episodes (Thursdays 9:00pm EST)
season 3 (1953-54) 39 episodes (Thursdays 9:00pm EST)
season 4 (1954-55) 39 episodes (Thursdays 9:00pm EST)
season 5 (1955-56) 39 episodes (Thursdays 9:00pm EST)
season 6 (1956-57) 34 episodes (Thursdays 8:30pm EST)
season 7 (1957-58) 39 episodes (Thursdays 8:30pm EST)
season 8 (1958-59) 39 episodes (Tuesdays 7:30pm EST)

Executive Producer Jack Webb
Produced by Stanley Meyer, Mike Meshekoff, Herman Canfield

US police series 1951-1959 276 episodes x 30 min bw
release date 16 Dec 51
starring
Jack Webb as Sgt. Joe Friday (1951-1959)
co-starring
Ben Alexander as Officer Frank Smith (1953-1959) [BA]
Barton Yarborough as Sgt. Ben Romero (1951-52) [BY] (also on radio)
Barney Phillips as Sgt. Ed Jacobs (1951-52)
Herb Ellis as Officer Frank Smith (1951-52)[HE]

Noah's Ark  (1956-57)
Jack Webb Production
Revue Studios
US animal doctor series 1956-57 23 episodes x 30 min bw
starring
Paul Burke as Dr. Noah McCann
Vic Rodman as Dr. Sam Rinehart
May Wynn as Liz Clark

Drs. Sam Rinehart and Noah McCann are Veterinarians working in a
veterinary hospital. Rinehart, the older of the two, is confined to
a wheelchair. Liz Clark is the secretary. The stories revolved around
the animals that are treated and the interactions between the 3 humans.

The D.A.s Man  (1959)
Mark VII, Ltd.
for NBC
executive producer Jack Webb
US detective series 1959 26 episodes x 30 min bw
(3 listed here)
starring
John Compton as Shannon
co-starring
Ralph Manza as Al Bonacorsi
Herb Ellis as Frank LaValle

Adventures of an Undercover Agent working for the D.A.

Pete Kelly's Blues (1959)
Jack Webb production
Revue Studios
for NBC
based on the 1955 Warner Brothers film of the same name
starring Jack Webb, Edmond O'Brien, Janet Leigh and Peggy Lee
US adventure series 1959 13 episodes x 30 min bw
starring
William Reynolds as Pete Kelly
Connee Boswell as Savannah Brown
Than Wyenn as George Lupo
Phil Gordon as Fred
Fred (Anthony) Eisley as Johnny Cassiano

Adventures of a trumpet player in Kansas City in the twenties.

General Electric `True'  (1962-63)
Mark VII Ltd. Production
Warner Brothers Television
for CBS
US Anthology series 1962-63 33 episodes x 30 min bw
hosted by Jack Webb
Stories from the files of 'True Magazine'

Dragnet  (1967-70)
aka ' Badge 714'
MCA / Jack Webb production
Dragnet Productions
Universal City Studios, Inc.
for NBC
US police series 1967-70 100 episodes x 30 min color
12Jan67 - 10 Sep70
starring Jack Webb as Sgt. Joe Friday
with Harry Morgan as Officer Bill Gannon
This is a revival of the original series which ran from 1952-58
for over 300 episodes and also starred Jack Webb

Adam -12  (1968-75)
Mark VII Ltd. Production
Universal City Studios
for NBC
US police series 1968-75 174 episodes listed x 30 min color
starring
Martin Milner as Officer Pete Malloy (1968-75)
Kent McCord as Officer Jim Reed (1968-75)
with
William Boyett as Sgt. MacDonald (1968-75)
Gary Crosby as Officer Ed Wells (1968-75)
Shaaron Claridge as Dispatcher's voice (1968-75)
William Stevens as Officer Jerry Walters (1968-1969)
Jack Hogan as Sgt. Jerry Miller (1969)
Mikki Jamison as Jean Reed (1969)
Claude Johnson as Officer Norm Green (1970-71)
William Elliott as Officer Grant (1974-75)
Fred Stromsoe as Officer Woods (1974-75)

The D.A.  (1971-72)
Mark VII Ltd. Production
Universal City Studios
for NBC
US Legal Drama series 1971-72 15 episodes x 60 min color
starring
Robert Conrad as Deputy D.A. Paul Ryan
Harry Morgan as Chief Deputy D.A. "Staff" Stafford
Ned Romero as D.A. Investigator Bob Ramirez
Julie Cobb as Public Defender Katherine Benson

O'Hara U.S. Treasury (1971-72)
Mark VII Ltd. Production
in association with  Universal Television
for CBS
Executive Producer Jack Webb
US detective series 1971-72 2hr pilot + 22 episodes x 60 min
starring
David Janssen as Jim O'Hara

Mystery Movie: Hec Ramsey  (1972-74)
Mark VII Ltd. Production
in association with  Universal City Studios
for NBC (Mystery Movie)
Executive Producer Jack Webb
US western series 1972-74 pilot tvm + 9 episodes
x 90 min (74 min actual run time)
x 120 min (96 min actual run time)
starring
Richard Boone as Hec Ramsey
co-starring
Richard Lenz as Sheriff Oliver B. Stamp
Harry Morgan as Doc Amos Coogan
Dennis Rucker as Arne Tornquist
Sharon Acker as Norma Muldoon

Escape (1973)
Jack Webb production

US anthology series 1973 ? x 30 min color

narrator Jack Webb

music by Frank Comstock

Anthology dramas about people caught in hair-raising situations allegedly from real life.

Chase  (1973-74)
Mark VII Productions Ltd (Jack Webb)
Universal Television
US police series 1973-74 90min pilot + 22 episodes x 60 min color
starring
Mitchell Ryan as Capt. Chase Reddick
Reid Smith as Officer Norm Hamilton
Michael Richardson as Officer Steve Baker
Brian Fong as Officer Fred Sing
Wayne Maunder as Sgt. Sam MacCray
Albert Reed as Inspector Frank Dawson
Gary Crosby as Officer Ed Rice
Craig Gardner as Officer Tom Wilson

Sierra (1974)
Mark VII Ltd. Productions
in association with Universal Television
for NBC
Executive Producer Jack Webb
US police series 1974 pilot + 13 episodes x 60 min color
Starring
James G. Richardson as Ranger Tim Cassidy
Ernest Thompson as Ranger Matt Harper
Jack Hogan as Chief Ranger Jack Moore
Michael Warren as Ranger P.J. Lewis
Susan Foster as Ranger Julie Beck

Cases of the Park Rangers in Yosemite National Park.
[00] THE RANGERS (90 min. pilot)

Emergency! (1972-79)
Mark VII Ltd. Production
Universal Television
Executive Producer Jack Webb

US Medical Drama series 1972-79 2hr pilot + 126 x 60 min episodes
+ 6 - 2 hr TV movies
Season 1 early 1972 2hr pilot + 11eps
Season 2 1972-73 23 eps
Season 3 1973-74 23 eps
Season 4 1974-75 22 eps
Season 5 1975-76 23 eps
Season 6 1976-77 24 eps
Season 7 1977-79 6- 2hr TV Movies
staring
The Medics:
Robert Fuller as Dr. Kelly Brackett (1972-77)
Julie London as Nurse Dixie McCall (1972-77)
Bobby Troup as Dr. Joe Early (1972-77)
Kevin Tighe as Paramedic Roy DeSoto (1972-77)
Randolph Mantooth as Paramedic John Gage (1972-77)
Ron Pinkard as Dr. Morton (1972-77)
The Firemen:
Michael Norell as Captain Stanley (1973-1977)
Tim Donnelly as Fireman Chet Kelly (1973-1977)
Marco Lopez as Fireman Lopez (1973-1977)
Mike Stoker as Fireman Stoker (1973-1977)
Vince Howard as Officer Vince (1976-1977)

Mobile One  (1975)
Mark VII Ltd. Production
for ABC
Executive Producer Jack Webb
Producer William Bowers
Created by James M. Miller

US Reporter Drama series 1975 90min Pilot TV Movie + 13 episodes x 60 min

Cast
Jackie Cooper as Peter Campbell, news reporter
Julie Gregg as Maggie Spencer, producer
Mark Wheeler as Doug McKnight, camera operator

recurring:
Warren Stevens as Lt. Baker
Paul Mantee as Lt. Weldon
Stuart Nisbet as Sgt. Shull
Raynold Gideon as Joe

Premise: Peter Campbell, news reporter for West Coast station KONE-TV drives around trying to find a great story.


Sam  (1977)
Mark VII Ltd. Production
executive producer Jack Webb
for  CBS
US police series 1977  pilot +  1978  6 episodes x 30 min color
starring
Mark Harmon as Officer Mike Breen
Len Wayland as Captain Tom Clagett
Cases of a Police Dog. Four incidents per episode.

Project: U.F.O.  (1978-79)
Mark VII, Ltd production
for NBC
executive producer Jack Webb
produced by Col. William T. Coleman
US sci-fi series 1978-79  26 episodes x 60 min color
starring
William Jordan as Maj. Jake Gatlin (1978)
Edward Winter as Capt. Ben Ryan (1978-1979)
Caskey Swaim as Staff Sgt. Harry Fitz (1978-1979)
Aldine King as Libby Virdon (1978-1979)

Investigations into Flying Saucer sightings.
 
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