Burke's Law (1963–1966)
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Who Killed Mother Goose? 

The suspects are a prodigal son, a secretary and a number of people whose livelihood involves children when a writer of children's books is strangled with a typewriter ribbon.

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Sam Freedle (as Sam C. Freedle)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Gene Barry ... Capt. Amos Burke
Gary Conway ... Det. Tim Tilson
Regis Toomey ... Det. Les Hart
Leon Lontoc ... Henry
Lola Albright ... Miss. Peggy Frost
Ann Blyth ... Valerie
George Hamilton ... Little John Lester
Jan Murray Jan Murray ... Dr. Abernathy
Walter Pidgeon ... B.G. Perkins
Morgan Brittany ... Lolita (as Suzanne Cupito)
Kathy Kersh ... Girl
Dave Willock ... Buzz Hardy
Alvy Moore ... Photographer
Eddie Quillan ... Mr. Jellybean
Jimmie Lee Gaines Jimmie Lee Gaines ... Boy #1 (as Jimmy Gaines)
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The suspects are a prodigal son, a secretary and a number of people whose livelihood involves children when a writer of children's books is strangled with a typewriter ribbon.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 January 1965 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Lola Albright, Ann Blyth, George Hamilton, Jan Murray and Walter Pidgeon all receive 'Special Guest Stars In Alphabetical Order' credits. See more »

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Clever, Fun & Funny.... Typical of Entire Series
4 February 2015 | by gareoxSee all my reviews

Hooray for the new free TV station, Decades, and their launch of showing entire runs of TV shows and particularly these episodes of Burkes Law. Haven't looked at this series since it's initial run and enjoying the delightful mix of amazing guests playing eccentrics of the highest order. Not un-similar to Batman in the aspect of just watching great actors having a blast during basically McGuffin scenarios. All episodes are a whodunit focused within a singular profession. Great snappy dialog, plenty of cheesecake, constant giggles and out & out laughter. Cool role reversals and surprises particularly from the guests. Currently watching Arlene Dahl as a stock car driver and episode in review here has an amazing & fun performance by George Hamilton as a mod beatnik poet. Every performance so far has been a unique revelation. I'm lovin' it!!


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