The Wide World of Mystery (1973– )

TV Series   |    |  Drama, Horror, Mystery


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A 90 minute late-night mystery and suspense anthology series which ran on ABC (American Broadcasting Company), between 1973 and 1978.


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  • Tige Andrews and Belinda Balaski in The Wide World of Mystery: The Werewolf of Woodstock (1975)
  • Norman Eshley and Katherine Schofield in The Wide World of Mystery (1973)
  • The Wide World of Mystery (1973)
  • Tige Andrews and Belinda Balaski in The Wide World of Mystery: The Werewolf of Woodstock (1975)
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  • Tammy Grimes in The Wide World of Mystery (1973)

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Creator:

Brian Clemens

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12 September 2005 | barneyo
Wide World of Mystery
I remember certain episodes of this late-night ABC show, including the one where Clifton Davis owes gangster Moses Gunn money, but sets up a plan to electrocute him instead. I also recall seeing an old TV Guide listing an episode that had Mark Hamill in the cast, although he's not listed here. I also recall the John Astin and Patty Duke episode, made when they were married, which was more of a downer than regular episodes which dealt with crime stories. This one was a more serious drama about an ailing child, with the Astins as social workers.

I also remember a comedy musical version of "Superman", called "It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Superman" (which I mistakenly remembered as "Up, Up and Away", that aired in this show's time slot, although it may have been considered a separate special from the series. I recall the cast included Malachi Throne and Al Molinaro (whom I confused at the time with Vic Tayback), with Lesley Ann Warren as Lois Lane and also with Loretta Swit, plus Geoffrey Horne from "River Kwai".

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Release Date:

15 January 1973

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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