The Delphi Bureau

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The Delphi Bureau
Genre Dramatic television series
Starring Laurence Luckinbill
Country of origin USA
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 8
Production
Producer(s) James Schmerer, Sam Rolfe
Location(s) Warner Brothers Burbank Studios, California, USA
Running time 44-52 min.
Broadcast
Original channel ABC
Picture format Film
Audio format Monaural
Original run October 5, 1972 – 1973

The Delphi Bureau is an American dramatic television series aired in the United States by ABC as one of three elements of The Men, a wheel series shown as part of its 1972-73 schedule.

The Delphi Bureau starred Laurence Luckinbill as Glenn Garth Gregory, a man with a photographic memory, whose obscure United States Government "agency" ostensibly did obscure research for the President of the United States. Its actual role was counter-espionage and its main operative was Gregory, whose liaison with the group's unnamed superiors was Sybil Van Lowreen (Anne Jeffreys), a Washington D.C. society hostess. (Celeste Holm had played Sybil Van Lowreen in the series' pilot film.)

A framing design for each episode involved a limerick, a single new line of which was added for each segment of the show, until the entire limerick was completed in the final segment.

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