All things Quinn Martin are welcome here. Whether you want to talk about The Fugitive, Twelve O'clock High, The FBI, The Invaders, The Streets of San Francisco, Cannon, Barnaby Jones, or something more obscure, here's the place to connect them all. Quinn Martin had at least one TV series running in prime time every year for more than 20 years (from 1959 to 1980). Like Tom Landry's 20 consecutive winning seasons, Martin's record is unique. I think the TV mogul deserves his own thread. I was about to comment in the Barnaby Jones thread that I was taking a break after finishing season six to pick up season four of The Streets of San Francisco. But I couldn't find a thread for that show. And when I realized I wanted to comment on the crossover of guest stars from one QM production to the next, this thread seemed even more justified. I enjoyed seeing Mark Hamill in the season four Streets premiere. That was 1975. If it wasn't the last thing Hamill shot before Star Wars, it had to be close. Hamill appeared in Cannon in 1971 and The FBI in 1972. For me, part of the enjoyment of QM Productions is seeing largely the same stable of recurring guest stars through the years, watching them mature as they develop their craft.