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PARTNERS IN CRIME – THE COMPLETE SERIES (NBC 1984) BROADCAST QUALITY!!! Lynda Carter, Loni Anderson, Eileen Heckart, Walter Olkewicz, Leo Rossi

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Carole Stanwyck (Lynda Carter, Wonder Woman) was a chic New York-bred freelance photographer while concert cellist Sydney Kovak (Loni Anderson, W.K.R.P. in Cincinnati) grew up in the streets of the Mission District of San Francisco, yearned to be a musician, and just happened to be a pretty good pickpocket and handy at picking locks and hotwiring cars.

The two women came from different worlds, but they had one thing in common – they had both been married to Raymond Caulfield, an ex-private detective who had been mysteriously murdered in his office.

At the time of his death, Carole, Ray’s first wife, was owed $62,000 in back alimony. Sydney, Ray’s second wife, was owed $56,000 in back alimony. When the girls were summoned to the reading of his will – where they met each other for the first time – they discovered they had inherited  a 50/50 partnership in his detective agency.

They also inherited mutual mother-in-law, Jeanine (Eileen Heckart) – the unpublished author of 57 books and owner of a bookstore; housekeeper Harvey (Walter Olkewicz); and a heavily mortgaged mansion.

Carole and Sydney set out to find his killer and eventually decide to run the detective agency with the assistance of Lt. Ed Vronsky (Lt. Ed Vronsky). 

Partners In Crime debuted on NBC's Saturday night schedule in September 1984 and was cancelled three months later, after wallowing in the basement of the ratings. It aired opposite ABC's popular The Love Boat and CBS's Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer.

The series aired in the UK as Fifty/Fifty to avoid confusion with the British series Agatha Christie’s Partners in Crime which was also shown on ITV at the time.

The 4-DVD set contains the 2-hour pilot and all 12 episodes.

Number of DVDs: 4
Number of Episodes: 12 + Pilot
Quality: 9.5/10
Running Time: 10 hr 42 min (approx)
Aspect Ratio: Fullscreen 1.33:1
NOTES: This is a fan-made DVD set. Not a studio release.
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