The Duke (TV miniseries)
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|Created by||Stephen J. Cannell|
|Directed by||Lawrence Doheny
|Theme music composer||Mike Post
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||5|
|Executive producer(s)||Stephen J. Cannell|
|Location(s)||Chicago, Illinois, USA|
|Running time||48 mins.|
|Production company(s)||Stephen J. Cannell Productions
|Original run||April 5, 1979– May 18, 1979|
The Duke follows an aging boxer who became a private investigator. This Chicago, Illinois-set series starred Robert Conrad as Oscar "Duke" Ramsey; Conrad was actually a professional fighter in his own early years.
- Larry Manetti as Joe Cadillac; Cadillac was a promoter of less than perfect virtues.
- Red West as Sergeant Mick O'Brien
- Patricia Conwell as Duke's friend, Dedra; Dedra was a wealthy socialite character.
- Ed O'Bradovich as Eddie, the bartender at Duke and Benny's Corner, the tavern Ramsey owns.
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