Harry O and Richard Diamond

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  1. shadyguy

    shadyguy Stunt Coordinator

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    Not sure if this had anything to do with, but I believe after season 1, the show moved from New York City to LosAngeles, where shows like Dragnet and Perry Mason were being done.
    Not sure though !
     
  2. Statskeeper

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    "O'Hara: U.S. Treasury" is running on Retro Television Network on Saturday nights. If you like the Universal hour and 90 minute episodic library you'll love this station! "Laredo", "The Virginian", "Banacek", "The Bold Ones" and lots of other long-lost shows are in the rotation. It's mostly on digital subchannels (like 10.2 in Providence) so you might have to hunt around.
     
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    Unfortunately I'm in the NYC market and they don't carry Retro anywhere. Nice to hear though that there's still some kind of outlet for these more obscure shows!
     
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    I should add the great thing about RTN is most of the shows are uncut! Some need restoration, but at least they're being aired as intended.
     

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