Manhunt (1959 TV series)

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Manhunt is an American syndicated half-hour television crime drama starring Victor Jory as a San Diego police detective and Patrick McVey as a police reporter. Seventy-eight episodes were broadcast between April 15, 1959, and 1961.

Filmed on location in San Diego, the series regularly showcased local sites such as the Pacific Highway district, Police Headquarters, the San Diego Zoo, the Star of India, San Diego Bay, the Bali Hai Resort and the Hotel Del Coronado. A panorama of the cityscape was featured during the closing credits.

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  • Runtime: 30 min (78 episodes)
  • Country: USA
  • Language: English
  • Color: Black and white
  • Sound Mix: mono


Guest stars: John M. Pickard, who co-starred with McVey in the 1957-1958 syndicated western series Boots and Saddles.


  1. ^ Crawford was the father of actors Robert L. Crawford, Jr., and Johnny Crawford.

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