Longstreet (1971–1972)

TV Series   |    |  Action, Crime, Drama


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The cases of a blind insurance investigator.

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  • Marlyn Mason in Longstreet (1971)
  • Robert Horton in Longstreet (1971)
  • Bruce Lee and James Franciscus in Longstreet (1971)
  • James Franciscus and Marlyn Mason in Longstreet (1971)
  • James Franciscus and Marlyn Mason in Longstreet (1971)
  • James Franciscus and Robert Horton in Longstreet (1971)

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Stirling Silliphant

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9 March 2017 | Clintessence
10
| Desrved to Last Longer
This was probably my favorite show of the 70's. I don't think I've ever seen an actor portray a blind person than James Franciscus. He was constantly tilting his head to hear better, rather than staring straight ahead with a blank stare like most actors portraying blind people. The stories were interesting, and there were great supporting actors, most notably Marlyn Mason, seeing-eye dog Pax, and of course Bruce Lee. I was originally drawn to this show because of Bruce Lee, but soon found I was really into the plight of this man and his struggles. Unfortunately, this was another good series that wound up on the chopping block way too soon.

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