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The FBI: The Second Season Part One

The FBI: The Second Season Part One

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The Sixties were kicking into full swing as the FBI moved into it's sophomore season. Agents Erskine (Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.., more taciturn than ever) and Rhodes (Stephen Brooks) are dispatched to the far-flung corners of the USA by Assistant Director Ward (Philip Abbott) to tackle the big ones - kidnapping, extortion, murder, espionage and terror. Produced with full government cooperation with stories drawn from the real files of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the FBI set a new high mark in the depiction of law enforcement on television, giving viewers TV that was equally thrilling as it was realistic. Guest stars to be found in this 4-disc, 16-episode collection include Ralph Meeker, Robert Blake, Jack Lord, Richard Anderson, Fritz Weaver, Suzanne Pleshette and Ralph Bellamy.

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    Title: The FBI: The Second Season Part One
    Genre: TV Crime
    Starring: Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Stephen Brooks, Philip Abbott
    Attributes: Manufactured on Demand, Full Frame, Mono Sound
    Release Date: 3/15/2012
    Original Year: 1966
    Product Type: DVD
    Catalog #: 645014
    UPC: 883316450147
    Item #: 7466X

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 3/15/2012
    Closed Caption: No
    Run Time: 813 minutes
    Studio: Warner Archives